I’m a chocoholic. I bow down to the genius that put peanut butter and chocolate together. They are a combination so inspired, meat and potatoes are jealous. This recipe takes that combination and blends them not once but thrice for a rich and flavourful dessert that will knock your socks off!
Peanut Butter and Chocolate Pie
Oh my goodness this is so very good. And unless you laid it on thick, you should have some leftover peanut-chocolate spread left for homemade “nutella” sandwiches. This recipe is also easily modified to use your preferred nuts and spreads if you like. Cashews, pistachios, you name it, if they make a butter of it, you can use it in this recipe.
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