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It took me 3 weeks to create and prepare all of the different mini fillo shell recipes for the contest, but I didn’t even think to make a dessert until two days before the contest was over…..so here we go with the dessert portion of this adventure.
Many many moons ago when I worked at Marie Callender’s, one of my favorite pies was Chocolate Peanut Butter. My friend Jan and I would get one every once in a while and split it, we both loved the combination. When they stopped making it, we would buy one slice of chocolate and one slice of peanut butter, split them in half and smoosh them together.
Well it has been 22 years since our last chocolate peanut butter pie. In fact I no longer live anywhere near a Marie Callender’s, and I am lactose intolerant and wouldn’t even be able to eat one again. Why has it never occurred to me to make one from scratch? Very good questions, and this is starting to sound like a therapy session.
I obviously only have non-dairy pudding cups and whipped cream in my refrigerator. This recipe will work with any type/brand pudding that you would like to use. I was working within a 5 ingredient / 15 minute time frame, so feel free to pretty these up however you would like.
Oh, now I remember…..I am no good at making pie crust! With these cute little shells, I don’t have to 🙂 Now I can make these adorable Chocolate Peanut Butter Pie Bites whenever I get a craving for a super easy pie dessert!
“I’m partying at the Pi Day Pie Party at Crazy for Crust today. Come party with us!”
Chocolate Peanut Butter Pie Bites
|Prep time||15 minutes|
- 1 Package Athens mini fillo shells
- 1 Individual chocolate pudding cup (I used almond milk pudding cups, 5.8oz each)
- 2 Teaspoons creamy peanut butter
- 1 can whipped cream (I used rice whip)
- chocolate sprinkles
Pour chocolate pudding into a small bowl.
Add peanut butter, stir to combine.
Fill shells with 1 teaspoon of pudding mixture.
Top with whipped cream.
Garnish with chocolate sprinkles.
To fill the shells completely, double the recipe.
I used dairy-free products because I do not have a choice.