Chocolate Chip Peanut Butter Pie

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Each year in early May we take a trip down to the beautiful white sands of Gulf Shores.  And one of the highlights of those trips is always our visit to Original Oyster House because of their scrumptious Chocolate Chip Peanut Butter Pie.  After our most recent trip, I set out to recreate this masterpiece and I think I’ve come pretty dang close!  It’s best served straight out of the freezer with a big dollop of whipped cream or even a drizzle of chocolate syrup.  This stuff is awesome!  Mmmm, mmmm, good!  Y’all enjoy!

Ingredients

  • 8 oz cream cheese, softened
  • 1 cup peanut butter
  • 1 cup powdered sugar
  • 16 oz Cool Whip frozen whipped topping, thawed
  • 1 cup mini chocolate chips
  • 1 Oreo Cookie pie crust

Instructions

  1. Mix softened cream cheese, peanut butter, and powdered sugar together.
  2. Carefully fold in Cool Whip and stir in chocolate chips.
  3. Pour into pie crust.  Freeze overnight and serve frozen.
Chocolate Chip Peanut Butter Pie
 
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Ingredients
  • 8 oz cream cheese, softened
  • 1 cup peanut butter
  • 1 cup powdered sugar
  • 16 oz Cool Whip frozen whipped topping, thawed
  • 1 cup mini chocolate chips
  • 1 Oreo Cookie pie crust
Instructions
  1. Mix softened cream cheese, peanut butter, and powdered sugar together.
  2. Carefully fold in Cool Whip and stir in chocolate chips.
  3. Pour into pie crust. Freeze overnight and serve frozen.

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Comments

  1. Sylvia Joyce says:

    I will definitely try this! The Oyster House is our favorite too. I love their cheese gritws also.

  2. Lynette Royal says:

    We just went to Gulf Shores for the 1st time and enjoyed a heavenly meal at The Oyster House. The key lime pie was sublime, enjoyed every bite! Will definitely try this pie, thanks so much for the recipe.

  3. Thanks, Stacey, for another awesome recipe. I am going to fix this for me & the “hubs” to have over the weekend! Yummmm!!

  4. One of the best pies I have ever had. I cooked dinner for my children and their spouses last week and made this pie. They all loved it. It went in my keeper box.

  5. Sounds delicious, gonna make this tomorrow. I might try a slight variation on the whipped topping to cream. Might taste better.

  6. I had this pie when I was at a conference in Mobile. I just love The Oyster House. I made this pie, and my family and fiends really loved it. There was quite a bit, so I used the chocolate crust and a graham cracker crust, and divided it between the two. DELICIOUS!!!

  7. Virginia says:

    Looks yummy! How much powdered sugar-it wasn’t listed in the ingredients.

  8. Virginia says:

    Ah! Nevermind, I see it-can’t wait to try this!!

  9. If I use a 6 in pie pan, will I be able to cut this recipe in half and it still work out?

  10. This pie definitely wasn’t bad, but it also wasn’t a favorite of mine. While my parents enjoyed the pie, my sister and I found it to be far too peanut-buttery. If you love, love, love peanut butter, then this is the pie for you, however, if you were hoping to get more of the whipped cream, cream cheese and chocolate taste…this pie would disappoint. Unfortunately, while eating this pie, I couldn’t even taste the chocolate chips! (or the cream cheese and whipped cream much either) The pb taste was so strong it dominated over everything else. My dad at first taste thought the hard things in the pie were some kind of nut, not chocolate. Also, if you’re serving this pie frozen, BEWARE, it is EXTREMELY DIFFICULT to cut!…it is also EXTREMELY uncomfortable to eat with a fork (your fork will go half-way through the pie before getting stuck, you’ll apply more force and PANG, the fork violently clangs against the bottom of the plate due to the pie’s final abrupt give). To make the eating process easier, my family microwaved our pieces for 30 seconds. While this is a mostly negative comment, I just want to add that I’ve never been a huge pb fan, and it was a bit dumb of me to make the pie in the first place, but just beware, it is REALLY peanut buttery (even the texture of the pie is like peanut butter).

  11. This pie is very good and big! Next time I’ll use a 12oz tub of cool whip or make as directed and put into 2 crusts. Definitely a keeper.

  12. Stacey English says:

    Cannot wait to make this. We love the Original Oyster House too!

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