- 14 5/16 ounces oreos (whole, about 36 Oreos)
- 1 cup butter (divided)
- 1 1/2 cups creamy peanut butter (divided)
- 1 cup powdered sugar
- 1 cup chocolate chips
- 1/2 cup heavy whipping cream
PER SERVING *
|Calories1870Calories from Fat1240|
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|Calories from Fat1240|
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* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
Shannon O'Grady 5 hours ago
Great, added a little whipped cream to the peanut butter layer and used a spring form pan. So good!
Holly S. 14 Jun
So easy and deeeeelish!!! Followed to recipe exactly and it was fantastic!
EmilyKing 12 May
My go-to dessert for anything and everything. The peanut butter part needs vanilla though.
Paige Myrick 27 Jun 2017
Better if it were healthier, but delicious! Next time I am going to substitute the cream.
Laura N. 17 Apr 2017
easy and tasty!!!!! it was a hit easter family gathering will make it agaib
YK 24 Feb 2017
I made this for a friend who loves Reese's and it satisfied their taste buds! It was a bit too heavy for me, though. I advise adding less powdered sugar. Overall: very easy and quick, and anyone who loves peanut butter is in for a treat!
Emily D. 22 Nov 2016
Wonderful! It's very rich though, and the crust doesn't turn out too crusty, it's much softer than I expected. Also, I would probably use less sugar next time, I had a super small slice and I could feel it. The top layer cracks, so the pie is a bit difficult to serve, but the taste is 100%.
Trenee G. 28 Jan 2016
The Oreos barely made it into the pie crust! I loved that this recipe had only a few ingredients and that it was so simple and quick to make. It satisfied my sweet tooth, but I can only have one very thin slice at a time. Having a bigger slice makes me feel like I just ate 8 Reese's cups. Still good!