Peanut Butter Chocolate Pie

02 February 2016 by Natanja

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  • A light, airy and creamy peanut butter chocolate pie with an Oreo cookie crust and mascarpone and whipped cream filling. No baking required – simply pop it into your fridge for 4 hours and then enjoy!

    Peanut butter chocolate pie drizzled with chocolate and peanut butter and decorated with chocolate chips and peanuts.

    We celebrated my brother’s birthday last weekend and that meant only one thing- I had to come up with a peanut butter dessert! Saying that my brother adores peanut butter would be an understatement. I think he breathes that stuff. So I got busy in my kitchen experimenting with the yummiest of ingredients. To make a really good pie, you need really good ingredients. Which means using high quality chocolate for your ganache and even some homemade peanut butter, if you’d like.

    Peanut butter chocolate pie drizzled with chocolate and peanut butter and decorated with chocolate chips and peanuts in a white pie pan.

    This pie had my whole family swooning. No wonder, because of these delicious layers:

    • peanut butter and mascarpone
    • chocolate ganache
    • and oreo crust

    Are you drooling yet? I am, just typing this up for you!

    Now lets talk decorations. To decorate this pie I tried a piping bag vs. a squeeze bottle. I found that both create nice lines on the pie, so use whichever you prefer. Then sprinkle some roasted peanuts and semi-sweet chocolate chips on the sides and you have a beautiful and delicious pie. A slight warning- this pie is really rich so cut it into thin slivers. (Not like the huge piece I cut out!)

    Chocolate peanut butter pie in a white pie pan with a slice cut out.
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    Peanut Butter Chocolate Pie

    Peanut Butter Chocolate Pie

    • Prep Time: 30 minutes
    • Total Time: 4 hours, 30 minutes (includes chilling time)
    • Yield: 1 (Serves 8) 1x


    A rich, creamy and indulgent pie made with peanut butter, Oreos, mascarpone and heavy cream.




    • 250g Oreo cookies (19 cookies)
    • 80g butter (5 and 1/2 tablespoons), melted


    • 100g dark or milk chocolate (3.5oz)
    • 75ml heavy cream (1/4 cup plus 2 tablespoons)
    • 250ml whipped cream (1 cup), chilled
    • 230g peanut butter (1 cup)
    • 250 mascarpone (1 cup)
    • 65g powdered sugar (1/2 cup)


    • 3 tablespoons peanut butter
    • 65g chocolate (1/3 cup), melted
    • roasted peanuts
    • chocolate chips



    1. Crush Oreos and melted butter into small pieces in a food processor
    2. Spread into a pie pan, either using the back of a spoon or your hands press it into the pan. Chill in the fridge while making the ganache.


    1. For the ganache, chop the chocolate into fine pieces and put into a heat proof bowl. Bring heavy cream to a boil and pour over the chopped chocolate. Stir until everything is dissolved and smooth.
    2. Pour the ganache over the crust and chill in the fridge for 20min.
    3. Combine peanut butter, mascarpone and sugar and mix with a hand-mixer unitl well combined.
    4. Gently fold the whipped cream under the mixture and pour everything into the pie pan.
    5. For the decorations, pipe strips of peanut butter and melted chocolate horizontally and vertically over the pie and garnish sides with peanuts and chocolated chips.
    6. Chill for 4 hours in the fridge


    Store pie in the fridge for up to 3 days.

    Keywords: peanut butter, no bake, Oreo cookies, cookie crust, no bake pie

    A slice of peanut butter chocolate pie on a white plate.



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