Peanut Butter Chocolate Pie Recipe

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Sinfully rich and decadent. A little sliver goes a long way! Enjoy this recipe! I got my baseline from Sandra Lee’s Chocolate and Coffee Cream Pie. http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/sandra-lee/chocolate-and-coffee-cream-pie-recipe/index.html?ic1=obinsite

I actually made this into a chocolate peanut butter pie because I do not like coffee. Here is my spin!

ingredients:

9 Inch Chocolate pie crust : I used a pre-made one I found in Wegmans, I was shocked and had to give it a go, I will post a review later. Or, you can make your own.

Filling:

1 Cup Heavy Cream

1/4 Cup light corn syrup

2TBS Butter

1TSP Vanilla Extract

6 Ounces Dark chocolate (use a good Dark Chocolate candy bar)

4 Ounces Peanut Butter Chocolate (Reese’s makes a good peanut butter chip)

Peanut Butter Whipped Cream: (Oh yes, I went there people!!)

1 1/2 Cup Cold Heavy Cream

1 TBS Granulated Sugar

1 TSP Vanilla

1/4 Cup creamy peanut butter

Directions:

Get your ingredients together before you start, this goes quick

In  a sauce pot, over medium high heat, pour 1 Cup of heavy cream, heat until just boiling. Turn off heat and add: corn syrup, butter, vanilla, chocolate, and peanut butter. Mix well until everything is incorporated. Pour into pie shell and refrigerate one hour.

While the pie is chilling:

In a COLD metal bowl add 1 1/2 C of heavy cream, sugar, vanilla and peanut butter. With a whisk attachment whisk on medium high-speed until it is light and fluffy (about 5 minutes). Put in fridge with the pie.

Once you’re ready to serve pour whipped topping over the pie and serve cold!

Enjoy!

 

This is a very rich pie, a little sliver of pie will do!

 

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