Tuesday, December 2, 2008

NO Bake Peanut Butter Pie

Chocolate pie shell for me and graham crust for him.

Here's the recipe
1 (8 oz.) package cream cheese
1- 1/2 cup confectioners' sugar
1 cup peanut butter
1 cup milk
1 (16 oz.) package frozen whipped topping, thawed
2 (9 inch) prepared graham cracker crusts
Beat together cream cheese and confectioners' sugar. Mix in peanut butter and milk, beat till smooth. Fold in whipped topping.
Spoon into two 9" pie shells; cover, and freeze until firm. I didnt wait that long, lol.
This is what I did so far last night and I am not liking it. My leaves are the same color with hardly any varigation becuz the colours are so alike. I might just have to frog some. I want to start to add the beads, but I have to wait.
2"-4" snowfall expected tomorrow. I think we are off to a good start, lol.

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Laura said...

Yummy! Thanks for sharing the recipe. Your new start looks great to me, but I also sometimes change out colors.

Cindy F. said...

Recipe sounds sooo good! Thanks for sharing:)
Your new start is pretty. How many colors of green does it call for, cause I think I'm seeing 2? Usually you have to back up and squint with one eye to see the shade differences ;)

tkdquintmom said...

Oh yum is right! I'm actually liking the start...it looks great on that fabby.

Beatrice said...

Lovely new start...oh I love new starts.
That looks like a yummy pie.hmmm good stuff thanks for sharing.

staci said...

Your pies look delicious! I LOVE peanut butter pie...Hubby used to order one for my bday every year from a local restaurant. But the restaurant went out of business several years ago. And here you've posted your recipe just in time ;) Thank you!

Tammy said...

I'm so jealous of you with the snow! Your stitching looks fabu and the pie too!

Sherry said...

Yum on the pie! I will have to try it! Also the stitching is looking great!

Carla said...

Great start...I love this design :)

Julie said...

That pie sounds YUMMY, thanks for sharing.

Lovely pretty stitching.

Aussie Stitcher said...

Your pies look delicious! I love your new start, looking forward to seeing more progress photos.

Pumpkin said...

Oh great! It's 11pm and I'm drooling all over the keyboard wanting a piece of that pie... Thanks a lot Ranae ;o)

I think your piece looks really nice. Is there supposed to be two colors of green or is it a specialty thread?

Dani - tkdchick said...

I think that wip looks just lovely!

Hazel said...

Nice recipe! Thanks for that. Some gorgeous stitchery on here. xx

stitcherw said...

The pies look very yummy, and your new start is looking lovely. Sorry that the green is not showing the variations that you'd hoped for. Loved your Joyous Christmas finish. A lot of times I leave borders off as well, as I really don't enjoy doing them much and also I think it makes it harder to frame when I'm trying to make sure they look nice and straight next to the frame or mat.

Lillie said...

Sounds delicious! yum!
Good progress on your WIP :)

Suzanne said...

Mmmm, now that's a yummy receipe. Your stitching looks great.

Kathy said...

I can almost taste that pie. Have had something similar to that and they added chopped up miniature Reece's Peanut Butter cups in it. Yum.