No-Bake Peanut Butter Pie

 

 

Peanut butter. Pie. No ovens, less than 8 minutes to make. Need I say more?

 

 

We rated this peanut butter pie at 4 out of 5 stars. We felt that it definitely could have used less bananas and had more of a peanut butter flavor. It was also a little too airy for our liking, so I think next time I would add in a little coconut milk to thicken it up! And maybe, just maybe toy around with the idea of subbing Almond Butter for the Peanut Butter. However, we chose this for a dinner party with friends and it was a hit!

 

The recipe was great on its own, but we decided to add a dark chocolate drizzle after tasting a little piece of it (it looked too delicious to not steal a bite before our friends arrived, oops). We felt that the chocolate tied it all together and added a little extra oomph to it.

 

 

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We followed @ChocolateCoveredKatie’s recipe. However we changed a few things.

– We added the dark chocolate drizzle by melting down dark cocao nibs and drizzling it on with a spoon.
– We added about 1/2 cup almond milk because it was just too thick and airy and didnt produce enough ‘filling’ for the pie.
– We used our own vegan, gluten free chocolate pie crust from GreenLifeMarket (I don’t remember the brand, sorry!)
– We also omitted all of the stevia/sugar that the recipe called for. It may have added a different flavor but we felt that it was sweet enough without it and we wanted to stay paleo with our dessert for the evening.

 

All in all, we would definitely be willing to give this another try with some substitutions. If we do, we’ll update you all! Give it a try and let us know your thoughts, remember to tag us on Instagram @bonemugsandharmony!

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