This Amost No Bake Mini Chocolate Peanut Butter Pies recipe is easy to do, and you can make it ahead of time. This mini chocolate peanut butter pie recipe, is almost a no bake recipe, with a delicious toffee graham cracker crust, a creamy peanut butter filling, and a chocolate ganache topping. You'll have to stop yourself from eating too many!
Sometimes you find a dessert recipe that just takes it over the top, a recipe that you go back to, time and time again. This is that recipe. It looks, just as good as it tastes. The graham cracker toffee crust recipe is one that you can also use for other recipes when you need a something just a bit more special; this is the one to try. For the crust recipe, you will need some whole graham crackers, some melted butter, brown sugar and some toffee bits. For the crust recipe add the crust ingredients to your food processor and blend until the ingredients are a fine crumble. Then you can divide the crust recipe mixture into the liners, and press the mixture into the bottom of the liners. Then bake for approximately five to seven minutes or until the crust is slightly golden, and set aside.
For the peanut butter pie filling recipe some of the ingredients you will need are some heavy cream, some room temperature cream cheese, some smooth peanut butter, confectioners sugar and pure vanilla. To prepare the filling recipe beat the peanut butter and cream cheese until smooth. Then add the confectioners sugar, vanilla, toffee bits, cinnamon, and salt. Beat the ingredients until they are smooth, this is a thick mix. Then gently fold in the whipped heavy cream, into the peanut butter cream cheese until the mixture is completely blended. Then spoon the peanut butter pie filling into the muffin tins, and freeze for approximately one hour.
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She has been cooking and creating new recipes and ideas almost every single day, for years. Cooking is what has gotten her through some really difficult times, and after she was blessed with a kidney transplant in October 2013, she decided she would share some of her recipes with others. When she started sharing her recipes, she thought she would also share some of the blessing and miracles she has and continues to be a part of. She is an inspiring girl! You will find a variety of great recipes on her site from appetizer recipes, chicken recipes, salad recipes, dinner recipes and slow cooker recipes to name a few. Examples of recipes on the site include a crepe recipe with Nutella and pumpkin, cinnamon apple syrup recipe in fifteen minutes, an angel food cake french toast recipe with cream cheese and strawberry syrup, pancake bowls with apple pie, and so much more.
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