This Creamy Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Pie is a simple and delicious dessert that’s full of peanut butter! It’s a super easy pie recipe to make for your loved ones.
Creamy Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Pie
You’ll see peanut butter pies all around the blogosphere today that are very special. They come as a request from a food blogger named Jennifer Perillo who lost her husband Mikey last week unexpectedly due to a massive heart attack. I have never met Jennie in person but have followed her blog and twitter feed for some time now.
See her blog post HERE. It made me cry. She reminds us all to spend quality time with our loved ones and give hugs often. She requested to make a peanut butter pie for someone you love today in remembrance of her sweet husband who loved peanut butter pie.
My peanut butter pie, which we make often here, goes out to my little family today. It’s so easy to get caught up in the craziness of everyday life. When it comes down to it these 3 people are my everything. Today, I am hugging each of them tight and giving thanks for my blessings. Heaven help the goofiness of my family, lol.
Peanut Butter Pie 🙂
Creamy Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Pie
- 9 whole graham crackers finely ground
- 3 tbsp granulated sugar
- 4 tbsp melted butter
- 8 oz Philadelphia Cream Cheese softened
- 1/2 cup packed light brown sugar
- 1/2 cup creamy peanut butter
- 1/4 cup heavy cream
- 1 cup chocolate chips
- Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. and spray a 9-inch removable bottomed tart pan with non-stick cooking spray.
- Place graham crackers, sugar and melted butter into a large bowl, mixing to combine. Press into bottom and up sides of prepared tart pan.
- Bake for 10 minutes, remove and cool for 10 minutes before filling.
- Place cream cheese, brown sugar, peanut butter and heavy cream into work bowl of stand or electric mixer beating until well combined. Add 1/2 cup chocolate chips, mixing to combine.
- Pour into cooked crust, add remaining chocolate chips to top and refrigerate for at least 20 minutes before cutting into wedges. If you are in a hurry, you can stick it in the freezer for 10 minutes before serving.
Other Bloggers Sharing Peanut Butter Pie Recipes
Peanut Butter Pie and Love by I am Baker (see Amanda’s blog for updated complete list of bloggers)
Peanut Butter Pie by Tidymom
Peanut Butter Pie For Mikey and Jennie by Panini Happy
Peanut Butter Pie Friday by Omnivore100Project
Chocolate Peanut Butter Pie by CookiePie
Peanut Butter Pretzel Tart by Cake Duchess
Sharing Mikey’s Peanut Butter Pie by Tastes Better With Friends
With Love and Rememberance by Vanilla Bean Baker
Peanut Butter Banana Pie Shots by Smith Bites
Peanut Butter Pie Gluten Free by gluten-free girl and the chef
Peanut Butter Milkshake by In Katrina’s Kitchen
A Sandwich and Cocktail and Moment to Remember by Verses From My Kitchen
Love, Life, and Peanut Butter Pie by eat.drink.smile
For Mikey and Jennifer by Marche Dimanche
In Honor: Creamy Peanut Butter Pie Friday by Confessions of a Recipe Junkie
For Mikey: Jennies Creamy Peanut Butter Pie by Asian in America
Peanut Butter Pie by One Apron
Creamy Peanut Butter Pie by Chocolate & Carrots
A Peanut Butter Pie in Memory of Mikey by eatocracy
A Peanut Butter Pie for Mikey, Jennifer, and John by My Baking Heart
not nearly enough eanut butter pie by Running with Tweezers
Peanut Butter Pie Bites by Dessert For Two
Chocolate Covered Peanut Butter Pie by Food Network
Creamy Dreamy Peanut Butter Pie for Mikey by browniegirl
Creamy Peanut Butter Pie for Mikey by 52 Sweet Treats
pie is love by userealbutter
Milk Chocolate Peanut Butter Pie for Mikey by Zoe Bakes
a pie for mikey by Healthy Green Kitchen
Baking for Others: Peanut Butter Pie by big girls small kitchen
Creamy Peanut Butter Pie for Mikey by Dula Notes
Peanut Butter Pie for Mikey by Expresse and Cream
My Pie for Mikey by Adryon’s Kitchen
Frozen Chocolate Peanut Butter Pie Recipe by Kitchen Parade
I made this today and it was amazing. Very rich and something everyone loves. Pretty simple to make- I added some vanilla, a little salt, and some graham cracker crumbs in the filling for substance. It was a little crumbly and messy but still tasted great. Next time I might try using mini chocolate chips because larger ones are difficult to eat with the creamy texture of the filling if that makes sense.
I cannot tell you how many times I have made this pie and everytime I have people knocking down my door for the recipe! I made it for Thanksgiving and it was gone within minutes.
I am such a fan of your recipes and this website and I will continue to cook/bake your fabulous creations!!
Keep up the great cooking!
Thanks for letting me know Morgan!! xoxo
Wow, marvelous blog format! How long have you ever been blogging for? you made blogging look easy. The whole glance of your website is fantastic, as smartly as the content material!
I made a peanut butter pie for my family this weekend and filled our house and stomachs with love. Many prayers for Jennifer and her girls.
Wow your pie looks and sound amazing and very delicious! I didn’t know of Jennifer until bloggers started to post the title, and once I went on her blog I was crying like a baby..You are very kind person to do this!
I love how beautiful yours came out, the chips were a perfect touch! your photos are just dreamy. I’m so glad you posted the list I can’t believe how its growing. I smiled with each bite.
Jenny, so awesome of you to make this PB pie to honor Mikey. Amazing how our wonderful community is coming together for Jennie during this very sad time. Every moment matters. xxoo
“It’s so easy to get caught up in the craziness of everyday life. When it comes down to it these 3 people are my everything. Today, I am hugging each of them tight and giving thanks for my blessings.”
Couldnt have said it better. Hugs!
Hi Jenny, thanks for including me in your blog mentions that featured the Peanut Butter Pie for Jennifer & Mikey. There was so much sadness, and yet there was so much more beauty in what transpired…the food community coming together, the outpouring of friendships, and all those pies baked today. And as for me, I made a new friend today, in you. Thanks, it’s always nice to find a kindred soul in cooking and baking. I love your blog at first site. Will definitely be back for more!
I love seeing all of the pies on the blogs today. I hope Jennie is getting some sense of comfort from this and I’m sure she recognizes the huge amount of support out there for her. I’ve met Jenny a couple of times- such a wonderful person. So sad for her. We are making our Peanut Butter pie tomorrow 🙂
Made a pie with my daughter for our favorite guy!!! My heart is breaking for the Perillos right now and hopefully this is just a small token to show there are so many people thinking of them: http://thedeverdish.blogspot.com/2011/08/dishes-peanut-butter-pie.html
Culinary Concoctions made one also: http://www.culinaryconcoctionsbypeabody.com/2011/08/12/peanut-butter-pie-cheesecake-bites/
This is such a great thing all of you have done. Hugs to everyone.
OK I love that shot of your family!
I met Jennie just weeks ago and she blew me away with her grace and zeal for live. It was contagious.
This week has been tough, I can’t imagine her doing anything except smiling, yet I know she is in intense pain.
The food blogging community has done something incredible today. And that is the light in the darkness.
Thank you for linking to my pie, Jenny. Love the sweet photo of your family having fun. I’m so sad for Jennie and my heart aches for her. I love how everyone united today with their posts for Mikey:) xx
I’m so heartbroken for Jennie but at the same time I’m so inspired and amazed at our food blogger community. Food is love and today is pie is love.
Jenny, I’m so glad you get to share this with your family today. It’s a beautiful day when people get to spend time with their loved ones and share food around the table. By the way, those images are stunning!
Me too Mike, I am loving reading everyone’s lovely posts today.
I love how you linked up everyone else’s PB pies. I need to get mine up soon…
life is too short… you never know
My ex-husband passed away suddenly 3.5 years ago to heart failure. He was 41. A friend’s ex-husband died in a car crash last week. He was in his 30s.
I found this on Pinterest this morning. It’s so perfect.
Oh my goodness Sara!! You are right, life is short.
Oh my gosh, just read the pinterest quote. It is perfect, so great for us all to think about!
nicely said Jenny.
i made one too.
it’s just so nice to see and feel all the love & comfort.
Ooo, I must come peek at yours!
Looks delicious! It’s so touching that all those bloggers have made peanut butter pies in honor of Mikey. It definitely makes you think about cherishing your family, friends and loved ones. Thanks for listing them all.
I know, it’s all so touching.
I made a pie for Mikey too and am fervently hoping this outpouring of pie translates to the love behind them and offers Jennie some much needed condolences from those of us who can’t really be there for her. I might especially like yours since I only had graham crackers too!
I only saw a post about Jennie and her ordeal this morning, on brown eyed baker’s blog, and it really got me. Its just such a heart-wrenching story, but certainly makes you grateful for the things you DO have in life right this moment. Im saddened it was too late for me to join in with the pie making today but i fully intend to make it very soon anyway, your version looks lovely and i think the fact you included the list of other blogs involved is wonderful. I plan on checking a lot of them out 🙂 Lovely post even if not for very lovely reasons
Thank you Sasha.
I have yet to make a PB Pie…but it sounds like today would be a great day to take the three great loves into the kitchen and fumble through one. 🙂 Have a fabulous Friday!
Thanks Melissa, you too 🙂
Jenny, this looks awesome. My daughter made a p.b. mousse cake for a dinner party tonight. I loved licking the bowl. 🙂