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Desserts
Jul
13
2011

Oreo and Peanut Butter Layered Baby Lattice Pies

Oh dear, I have no explanation for this dessert. None at all. They should actually be illegal, but what the heck I will share the recipe with you anyway 🙂

Last Sunday night, the boys and I were playing in the kitchen and that’s when these pies were born. If you follow me on Instagram (pickypalate) you got a sneak peek of them 🙂

Talk about decadent, cute and wrong! Lol, I give you my Oreo and Peanut Butter Layered Lattice Pies…..enjoy!

Well, you won’t need a whole lot for the recipe, just some peanut butter, Oreo cookies and some pie crust. Well a little melted butter and sugar to brush and sprinkle on top too 🙂

Hello beautiful stack of cookies and peanut butter 🙂

Cut out little 4-inch rounds from your pie dough, no need for perfection, just eyeball it.

Press those rounds into your muffin pan.

Now, place that little stack right inside the dough. Easy.

Time for the lattice top. It really is easy, follow my photos below for simple step by step instructions.

See, that wasn’t so bad 🙂  Pretty little lattice tops.

Time for a little melted butter then sugar sprinkled on top!

Time to bake em’ at 350 degrees F. for about 25 minutes, until golden.

Can you even stand it?! Lol 🙂

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Oreo and Peanut Butter Layered Baby Lattice Pies

Two refrigerated 9 inch pie crusts

16 Oreo Cookies

1 cup creamy peanut butter

2 tablespoons melted butter

2 tablespoons granulated sugar

1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. and spray 8 muffin cups with non stick cooking spray.

2. Unroll pie crusts and cut out eight 4-inch rounds. Press into prepared muffin pan.

3. Spread 1 tablespoon of peanut butter over each cookie then stack 2 cookies on top of each other. Place 2 stacked cookies into pie crusts. With remaining pie dough, cut long thin strips to prepare lattice top. Follow photos to make lattice tops or use a flat piece of dough with slits cut on top.

4. Brush melted butter over tops then sprinkle generously with sugar. Bake for 22-26 minutes, until golden brown. Let cool then remove from pan.

Makes 8 pies

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  1. 1
    Kathryn says:

    The lattice tops are so cute and you make it look so easy! Another inspired idea – I don’t know where you get them from!

  2. 2

    Jenny when I saw these pics on your instagram I about had a heart attack b/c I was sooooo excited. Oreos, PB, mini food (always tastes better!), the little lattices…it was just too much 🙂

    So happy to have the recipe and once again, you ALWAYS make the best food/desserts that are EASY and not fussy or complicated…thank you!!!

  3. 3
    Apron Appeal says:

    You know what I love about your blog?… Your not afraid to let your reader know you, both what’s on the outside and on the INSIDE! 😉 I love your cross sections.

  4. 4

    You are out of control…. in a good way!

  5. 5
    Jill says:

    SO creative! It’s funny. I was trying to figure out what to do with some peanut butter and oreos I had in the house yesterday and ended up layering the oreo with peanut butter and then wrapping it in chocolate chip cookie dough – and baking. These are adorable though and super creative. Aren’t oreos just fantastic with peanut butter? Mmm mmmmm.

  6. 6
    Evan says:

    My head just exploded. In a good way.

  7. 7
    Katrina says:

    I LOVE this, and you for making it. Yum!!

  8. 8

    oh my goodness, how cute are these?! i love the little lattice on top…and the peanut butter and oreo? duh 🙂

  9. 9
    iscribbler says:

    Wow! That’s so easy and they look wonderful and complicated! I love them. 🙂 They would make excellent christmas exchange cookies. Thank you!

  10. 10
    Mrs. Fish says:

    These are adorable! Not to mention tasty too! I love peanut butter and oreos together!

  11. 11

    You amaze me with your creations!!!

  12. 12

    Wow…these are intense! Yummmmm!

  13. 13
    Sues says:

    These are ADORABLE! And I can’t believe how simple they look. Way to impress 🙂

  14. 14

    Oh my GOSH these really should be illegal. Mostly because I would eat that entire cupcake tray. Wow.

    The only thing that causes me slight distress is that I have no idea how to make pie crust (I’m terrified of it). I wonder if I could fudge this with some premade crescent roll dough or something similar? Hmm…

  15. 15
    Clare says:

    Oh my goodness are these not the cutest things ever?!! It’s like a little Oreo-peanut butter pie with no calories because it’s so tiny! I want.

  16. 16
    jenna says:

    youre so creative i bet your kids love your baking experiments!

  17. 17

    Okay, those are pretty darn cute. Have your kids put a crown on your head and proclaimed you “Best Mum Ever” yet?

  18. 18

    Wow — these are so adorable!!! I can’t even stand it!

  19. 19
    Suzy says:

    OMG..seriously?! AWESOME!!

  20. 20
    Nichol says:

    MMM these are beautiful, looks wonderful.

  21. 21

    oh jenny how i love you and your creativity with the oreo cookie.
    keep them coming girl!

  22. 22
    Kennedy says:

    These. Look. Amazing. =)

  23. 23

    Seriously you are a genious!

  24. 24

    I dont think theres any need for me to say ‘ive never seen anything like this before’ because there truly is nothing like this in the world! This is just ingenious and im yet again speechless about your baking imagination 🙂 wonndderrffulllll!

  25. 25
    Lori Lange says:

    Cutest little lattice pies ever 🙂

  26. 26

    Those are so cute! People will be impressed with those, lol. Do the Oreos get super soft up or do they retain a little bit of their crunch after it’s baked? These look like fun desserts to make!

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    Erin says:

    Seriously, you need to be locked up! These look amazing.

  29. 29
    linda says:

    I think it is amazing that you took such simple ingredients and came up with such a decadent looking and sounding dessert!!

  30. 30
    Amanda says:

    SO cute and dangerous, I’ve got leftover Oreos from the Gooey Cookies n Cream cake bars, they are begging to be used up in this recipe! 🙂

  31. 31

    Those are the cutest things I’ve ever seen! Yummy!

  32. 32

    This look amazing! So creative and fun!

  33. 33
    Maria says:

    These are awesome Jenny!

  34. 34
    Elizabeth says:

    Um. Why do you hate me so much? These are the cutest, easiest looking little pies ever. And SOOOOO indulgent. But they are bite size! Well…a few bites, so perfect portion control, which means they are totally healthy, right? Right. Awesome. Just totally awesome.

  35. 35
    Sara E says:

    ok.. these look crazy fabulous… I sooo can’t believe you didn’t save them for your cookbook

  36. 36
    alex says:

    all I can say is WOW!

  37. 37

    I love all of your Oreo cookie recipes, always so creative and of course down right delicious looking. I’m guessing you guys really like oreos huh? 🙂

  38. 38
    misty says:

    I am in love. All of my favorite together and so incredibly beautiful. Where do you get all these ideas!?!

  39. 39
    MikeVFMK says:

    These look amazing. The lattice tops it all of so nicely, too! So indulgent, love it!

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    Kayla says:

    These are insane and just too cute! I am a huge pb lover and I have NEVER even thought of eating Oreos with peanut butter, clearly I need to get on that!

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    Megan says:

    Oh My Word! lol I saw this posting pop up on my facebook feed and I literally said that out loud. Speaking of Oreos, off the subject, but I was just recently at Cold Stone over the weekend and they now have an ice cream flavor called “Oreo Cream”, I kid you not! It was A-Mazing! If your feeling extremely crazy, which you can never have too many Oreos, imagine additional Oreos as your add-in…. Yum!

  42. 42

    Jenny these are too cute! Seriously Oreo should pay you for all of the recipes you have created for them! : )

  43. 43
    Susan says:

    You could probably use Pecan Sandies and butterscotch chips to make a difference variety.

  44. 44

    You are an evil genius and I like it! Wow, these sound so amazing!!

  45. 45

    Oh my gosh these are adorable! And you’re right, the lattice part does not look that hard. I might make these for my engagement party!!

  46. 46
    birdie to be says:

    These look & sounds so ridiculously good!

  47. 47
    linda says:

    awesome! i know what i am baking as swoon as the weather cools!

  48. 48
    Sharie T says:

    You have inspired the perfect start to many kid friendly receipes just by using ready-made pie crust…lattice pasta bake, lattice chicken bake…lattice tacos 🙂
    Thanks for the idea…I have to go grocery shopping!!

  49. 49
    Kirbie says:

    I can’t get over how ridiculously cute these are.

  50. 50
    Audra says:

    Oh lord. No wonder my pants wouldn’t button this morning. Just looking at these makes my waist expand! And I will now go to the store for more oreos and pie crust.

  51. 51
    Pat says:

    Outrageous!……but only 5 ingredients.

  52. 52
    patcook says:

    Outrageous!….but so cute.

  53. 53
    Sara says:

    Oh my goodness. I would weight 500 lbs if I were you and created all these delicious goodies. 🙂

  54. 54

    well, those are the most elegant oreo i’ve ever seen!

  55. 55
    Lynne from PA says:

    Unbelievable! VERY well done!

  56. 56
    athena says:

    wow, these look sooo good! will have to try soon. thanks for sharing!

  57. 57
    Kelly R says:

    Can I just say how much I love that you use Oreo cookies so much! A girl after my own heart. I made the brownies today and they were awesome! Keep up the good work!!!

  58. 58
    Erika Beth says:

    Wow. This is just wrong. You know…wrong in all the right ways. Amazing!

  59. 59
    Gabrielle says:

    I love this post! These are so adorable… and I love desserts that look complicated but can be whipped up easily! Thanks for sharing this sinful treat! 🙂

  60. 60
    Kay says:

    OMG these look amazing!!

  61. 61

    What on earth?! How in the world did you ever dream up these wicked little things? I see a series coming…

  62. 62
    Sue says:

    Decadent and adorable!

  63. 63

    whoa mama this is INTENSE!

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  65. 65
    Janine says:

    This is so sinful that it should be illegal! But you’ve managed to combine all my favorite flavors in a single pie – peanut butter and oreos!

  66. 66

    Jenny, these are beautiful. the lattice is such a great idea!
    See you later gator 😉

  67. 67
    Kristen W. says:

    Ummm… WOW! I can’t wait to try these!

  68. 68
    Shanda Navarro says:

    I made these last night. Yummy!!! Great gift idea.

  69. 69
    Jana says:

    Wow, can anyone say decadent! What a great idea, all of my favorite things in one little treat.

  70. 70

    How adorable are these?! Love those tiny lattice tops!

  71. 71
    Tracy says:

    How do you come up with this stuff?! You are the queen of decadent cookies! 🙂

  72. 72
    Kristin says:

    These were delicious! Great and fun idea!

  73. 73
    Robin says:

    Oh my goodness! These are just too cute!

  74. 74
    Casey says:

    Such a cute idea! Love it. 🙂

  75. 75
    Kelly says:

    I really dislike you for these but THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU for these amazing little pieces of heaven! I’m going to the store tomorrow to get some Oreos and I’m making them asap!

  76. 76

    These are adorable!! Gives new meaning to “Oreo Pie”.

  77. 77

    That is absolutely brilliant! I love your ideas! How do you come up with them? Sooooo simple, yet so REFINED!

  78. 78
    Lynne says:

    WOW — These look awesome . . . How about raspberry jam between the cookies!?! Lots of possibilities!! Thanks :-}

  79. 79
    justcooknyc says:

    I actually feel a little faint looking at these… amazing.

  80. 80

    These look absolutely incredible!

  81. 81
    Hannah says:

    OMG these look amazing!!!!

  82. 82

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  84. 84

    I recently added a Friday Favorite Food Find to My Kitchen Addictions blog. Your post was my first Friday Find. I will be preparing these soon…they look better than the fried oreos I have made in the past – and they are melt-in-your-mouth delicious! Your oreo creation is for sure healthier than the fried version. Thanks for posting!

  85. 85

    oh wow! looks like I’ll be heading out the door to buy some oreos, pb and pie crust! yumm…

  86. 86

    These are so awesome I can hardly stand it! I love your Oreo recipes. I can’t believe how many great ideas you have!

  87. 87
    Casey says:

    oh my gosh. You have out-done yourself, these are INSANE!

  88. 88
    Casey says:

    oh my gosh. You have out-done yourself, these are INCREDIBLE

  89. 89
    Deanna says:

    these are so cute! i can’t wait to make them

  90. 90

    Super cute and super fun! They look so delicious, too!

  91. 91
    Mamie says:

    These are little works of art!

  92. 92

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  93. 93
    Jen in CO says:

    Mine are in the oven….only change is we are not huge chocolate fans…so I used vanilla double stuft oreo’s instead…15 minutes and counting till they are done. YUM.

  94. 94
    Amy I. says:

    Hi Jenny! I used this as inspiration to make mini cherry pies for a party yesterday. I’ve always had trouble working with pie crust dough but they came out pretty well and everyone loved them! Thanks for the inspiration!

  95. 95
    Naomi says:

    Did you make the pie crust dough or buy it? I made these and they are sort of hard/messy to eat. They look fine in the picture though.

  96. 96
    Shannon says:

    Made these for a group of friends and they LOVED them! 6 guys + 8 cookie pies = Gone in 30 seconds hehe.
    Definitely serve with milk!

  97. 97
    Nikki says:

    WOW!!!! This look amazing! I cannot wait to make these and surprise my family with a new and DELICIOUS dessert!

  98. 98

    These are so awesome!! Mmmmm…two of my favorite things-oreos and peanut butter! 🙂

  99. 99
    Priyanka says:

    Thats such a unique dish ….awesome 🙂

  100. 100
    Kelly says:

    I found this from The Novice Chef blog. These are pure (evil) genius!

  101. 101

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  102. 102
    Sharon says:

    Oh. My. Goodness. Incredible. Thanks for the step by step photos!!!

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    Claire says:

    so cute and they look delicious!! i want this!

  105. 105
    ambar says:

    These look amazing, just a quick question…how do you know when your recipe gets featured in another site? Thanks for the recipe, will def try this weekend.

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    Sandy D. says:

    I loved the idea and how cute these turned out. My family thought it wasn’t sweet enough. I wonder if I used the wrong peanut butter or whether it should have been sweetened first. I would definitely try this again with some tweaking. The presentation is absolutely adorable.

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    Niki says:

    Oh my gosh – I can’t wait to try these! Love your blog – so many great ideas!!

  111. 111

    These look amazing! Thanks for sharing!

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    Shumaila says:

    Found this on keyingredient.com and fell in love with them. I made them the other day and took my version of it for a baby shower. Everyone loved them. Thanks for the recipe and the inspiration. I have blogged about them too and linked you blog to the post. Hope that’s ok.

    http://thenovicehousewife.wordpress.com/2011/08/13/oreo-peanut-butter-layered-cakes/

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    C.K. says:

    OMG I cant wait to make these !!!!

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    angie says:

    I cant believe these arent on tastespotting 🙂 I just added them!

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    Tina says:

    holy crap you are a genius

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    Tammi says:

    These look great! I wonder if it would work with vanilla sandwich cookies & some chocolate?

  127. 127
    Sylvia says:

    Love it, Love it, Love it. Can hardly wait for your cookbook in Sept.

  128. 128
    Jennifer says:

    Adorable. But I disagree with it being a tablespoon of PB on each cookie? It was way too much, the PB came up and over the pretty lattice. Maybe a generous teaspoonful? I used a measuring tablespoon, leveled.

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    Pearl Orner says:

    printing out the recipe, buying ingredients and taking it to my daughter’s house to make with my grandaughter. This is not a recipe I can make on my own and be left alone with the finished pies. It would be much too dangerous.

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    Elizabeth says:

    How do I reheat them? They taste a lot better warm!!! 🙂

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    Charlotte says:

    Hello!

    Just wanted to say your site is amazing!!! Could you put jam/jelly in these as well? Xx

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    Steele! (@JasonSSteele) says:

    I am clearly in the minority here but while these are cute they are flavorless and dry. I made some yesterday and brought them to the office. No one really enjoyed them. It’s way too dry and flavorless. Any suggestions on how to moisten them?

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    Lynn says:

    That is a fantastic idea. Gotta try it.

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    These are amazing! #need

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    Cindy Frank says:

    Wow! These look amazing!! Can’t wait to make them.

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    Dee says:

    My son is allergic to peanut butter, wonder if Nutella would work instead…

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    Mindy says:

    Thank you for this recipe but unfortunately mine didn’t come out great. My muffin tins must be bigger than yours bc the Oreos didn’t fit right in them so I ended up forming the dough around them. I am not very neat! They didn’t look great at all. I did just stripes on the top which seemed easier than lattice. I hoped they would at least taste good, but I’m disappointed. I used regularly Skippy and this may have been one reason. They are more salty than sweet. I would suggest trying Natural like the OP did and also making sure you load the top/sides with sugar when you sprinkle that on. I had assumed they would be mega sweet but they weren’t. Also people who are neater with dough will probably have a prettier result!

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Jenny Flake

Welcome to Picky Palate, my online kitchen! You'll usually find me with a cookie in one hand and a salad in the other. It's all about the balance :) The recipes you'll see are my creations. The Picky Palate Cookbook is now available. Enjoy!