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Peanut Butter and Chocolate Chip Banana Cream Pie

Peanut Butter and Chocolate Chip Banana Cream Pie

Preheat oven to 375 degrees F

In a medium saucepan, whisk together the cornstarch, sugar and almond milk. Warm the pot over medium heat, whisking frequently until it just starts to boil. Then start whisking constantly until the mixture starts to thicken like pudding. Remove from the heat and whisk in the vanilla

Pour into a glass bowl or baking dish

Cover with plastic wrap, ensuring the wrap sits directly on the surface of the filing to prevent a skin from forming on the top

Refrigerate while continuing to make other components of the pie

Press Just Cookie Dough Peanut Butter & Chocolate Chip into the bottom of a 9-inch springform pan

Bake at 375 degrees F for 9 minutes, until just set and light brown. Allow to cool
Melt peanut butter and 2 ounces of chocolate together in a medium microwave-safe bowl for 1 minute, until just melted. Spread over the peanut butter cookie crust
Cut bananas into slices 3/4-1 inch thick. Spread over the peanut butter-chocolate mixture in a single layer
Melt the remaining 1 ounce of chocolate in a small microwave-safe bowl for 1 minute, until just melted. Drizzle over the bananas.
In a large bowl, whip the coconut cream until fluffy, about 1–2 minutes. Add powdered sugar and reserved almond pudding and continue to whip until light and fluffy. Spread over the pie
Refrigerate until set, 4–6 hours or freeze for 1–2 hours


Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Pie

Summer is most assuredly the season for no-bake desserts and cold desserts. Not only is it nice to get a break from the hot oven, but those cold desserts are lovely to eat when it&rsquos scorchingly hot.

It&rsquos no secret that I adore the combination of peanut butter and chocolate. I use it in cookies, brownies, cakes, and anything else I can manage. A strong case could be made that there is no better friendship in the dessert world. It&rsquos surely in the top 5.

This recipe is one of my go-to summer recipes. It&rsquos one of those almost-no-bake recipes. You do need a little oven time for the crust, but it&rsquos just a few minutes. And it&rsquos totally worth it. It&rsquos a pretty standard graham cracker crust. But, it does have one addition that I just love for this pie &ndash cinnamon. That little hint of cinnamon makes this pie a whole lot more interesting. If you&rsquore not convinced, you can certainly leave it out. But, did I mention how good it is?

That lovely crust is filled with a creamy, cream cheese-y, peanut butter-y filling that I could enjoy all on its own. Be sure to use miniature chocolate chips so you can get more chocolate in each bite. You know my theory about more chocolate, right? That&rsquos always a good idea.


Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Pie

Summer is most assuredly the season for no-bake desserts and cold desserts. Not only is it nice to get a break from the hot oven, but those cold desserts are lovely to eat when it&rsquos scorchingly hot.

It&rsquos no secret that I adore the combination of peanut butter and chocolate. I use it in cookies, brownies, cakes, and anything else I can manage. A strong case could be made that there is no better friendship in the dessert world. It&rsquos surely in the top 5.

This recipe is one of my go-to summer recipes. It&rsquos one of those almost-no-bake recipes. You do need a little oven time for the crust, but it&rsquos just a few minutes. And it&rsquos totally worth it. It&rsquos a pretty standard graham cracker crust. But, it does have one addition that I just love for this pie &ndash cinnamon. That little hint of cinnamon makes this pie a whole lot more interesting. If you&rsquore not convinced, you can certainly leave it out. But, did I mention how good it is?

That lovely crust is filled with a creamy, cream cheese-y, peanut butter-y filling that I could enjoy all on its own. Be sure to use miniature chocolate chips so you can get more chocolate in each bite. You know my theory about more chocolate, right? That&rsquos always a good idea.


Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Pie

Summer is most assuredly the season for no-bake desserts and cold desserts. Not only is it nice to get a break from the hot oven, but those cold desserts are lovely to eat when it&rsquos scorchingly hot.

It&rsquos no secret that I adore the combination of peanut butter and chocolate. I use it in cookies, brownies, cakes, and anything else I can manage. A strong case could be made that there is no better friendship in the dessert world. It&rsquos surely in the top 5.

This recipe is one of my go-to summer recipes. It&rsquos one of those almost-no-bake recipes. You do need a little oven time for the crust, but it&rsquos just a few minutes. And it&rsquos totally worth it. It&rsquos a pretty standard graham cracker crust. But, it does have one addition that I just love for this pie &ndash cinnamon. That little hint of cinnamon makes this pie a whole lot more interesting. If you&rsquore not convinced, you can certainly leave it out. But, did I mention how good it is?

That lovely crust is filled with a creamy, cream cheese-y, peanut butter-y filling that I could enjoy all on its own. Be sure to use miniature chocolate chips so you can get more chocolate in each bite. You know my theory about more chocolate, right? That&rsquos always a good idea.


Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Pie

Summer is most assuredly the season for no-bake desserts and cold desserts. Not only is it nice to get a break from the hot oven, but those cold desserts are lovely to eat when it&rsquos scorchingly hot.

It&rsquos no secret that I adore the combination of peanut butter and chocolate. I use it in cookies, brownies, cakes, and anything else I can manage. A strong case could be made that there is no better friendship in the dessert world. It&rsquos surely in the top 5.

This recipe is one of my go-to summer recipes. It&rsquos one of those almost-no-bake recipes. You do need a little oven time for the crust, but it&rsquos just a few minutes. And it&rsquos totally worth it. It&rsquos a pretty standard graham cracker crust. But, it does have one addition that I just love for this pie &ndash cinnamon. That little hint of cinnamon makes this pie a whole lot more interesting. If you&rsquore not convinced, you can certainly leave it out. But, did I mention how good it is?

That lovely crust is filled with a creamy, cream cheese-y, peanut butter-y filling that I could enjoy all on its own. Be sure to use miniature chocolate chips so you can get more chocolate in each bite. You know my theory about more chocolate, right? That&rsquos always a good idea.


Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Pie

Summer is most assuredly the season for no-bake desserts and cold desserts. Not only is it nice to get a break from the hot oven, but those cold desserts are lovely to eat when it&rsquos scorchingly hot.

It&rsquos no secret that I adore the combination of peanut butter and chocolate. I use it in cookies, brownies, cakes, and anything else I can manage. A strong case could be made that there is no better friendship in the dessert world. It&rsquos surely in the top 5.

This recipe is one of my go-to summer recipes. It&rsquos one of those almost-no-bake recipes. You do need a little oven time for the crust, but it&rsquos just a few minutes. And it&rsquos totally worth it. It&rsquos a pretty standard graham cracker crust. But, it does have one addition that I just love for this pie &ndash cinnamon. That little hint of cinnamon makes this pie a whole lot more interesting. If you&rsquore not convinced, you can certainly leave it out. But, did I mention how good it is?

That lovely crust is filled with a creamy, cream cheese-y, peanut butter-y filling that I could enjoy all on its own. Be sure to use miniature chocolate chips so you can get more chocolate in each bite. You know my theory about more chocolate, right? That&rsquos always a good idea.


Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Pie

Summer is most assuredly the season for no-bake desserts and cold desserts. Not only is it nice to get a break from the hot oven, but those cold desserts are lovely to eat when it&rsquos scorchingly hot.

It&rsquos no secret that I adore the combination of peanut butter and chocolate. I use it in cookies, brownies, cakes, and anything else I can manage. A strong case could be made that there is no better friendship in the dessert world. It&rsquos surely in the top 5.

This recipe is one of my go-to summer recipes. It&rsquos one of those almost-no-bake recipes. You do need a little oven time for the crust, but it&rsquos just a few minutes. And it&rsquos totally worth it. It&rsquos a pretty standard graham cracker crust. But, it does have one addition that I just love for this pie &ndash cinnamon. That little hint of cinnamon makes this pie a whole lot more interesting. If you&rsquore not convinced, you can certainly leave it out. But, did I mention how good it is?

That lovely crust is filled with a creamy, cream cheese-y, peanut butter-y filling that I could enjoy all on its own. Be sure to use miniature chocolate chips so you can get more chocolate in each bite. You know my theory about more chocolate, right? That&rsquos always a good idea.


Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Pie

Summer is most assuredly the season for no-bake desserts and cold desserts. Not only is it nice to get a break from the hot oven, but those cold desserts are lovely to eat when it&rsquos scorchingly hot.

It&rsquos no secret that I adore the combination of peanut butter and chocolate. I use it in cookies, brownies, cakes, and anything else I can manage. A strong case could be made that there is no better friendship in the dessert world. It&rsquos surely in the top 5.

This recipe is one of my go-to summer recipes. It&rsquos one of those almost-no-bake recipes. You do need a little oven time for the crust, but it&rsquos just a few minutes. And it&rsquos totally worth it. It&rsquos a pretty standard graham cracker crust. But, it does have one addition that I just love for this pie &ndash cinnamon. That little hint of cinnamon makes this pie a whole lot more interesting. If you&rsquore not convinced, you can certainly leave it out. But, did I mention how good it is?

That lovely crust is filled with a creamy, cream cheese-y, peanut butter-y filling that I could enjoy all on its own. Be sure to use miniature chocolate chips so you can get more chocolate in each bite. You know my theory about more chocolate, right? That&rsquos always a good idea.


Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Pie

Summer is most assuredly the season for no-bake desserts and cold desserts. Not only is it nice to get a break from the hot oven, but those cold desserts are lovely to eat when it&rsquos scorchingly hot.

It&rsquos no secret that I adore the combination of peanut butter and chocolate. I use it in cookies, brownies, cakes, and anything else I can manage. A strong case could be made that there is no better friendship in the dessert world. It&rsquos surely in the top 5.

This recipe is one of my go-to summer recipes. It&rsquos one of those almost-no-bake recipes. You do need a little oven time for the crust, but it&rsquos just a few minutes. And it&rsquos totally worth it. It&rsquos a pretty standard graham cracker crust. But, it does have one addition that I just love for this pie &ndash cinnamon. That little hint of cinnamon makes this pie a whole lot more interesting. If you&rsquore not convinced, you can certainly leave it out. But, did I mention how good it is?

That lovely crust is filled with a creamy, cream cheese-y, peanut butter-y filling that I could enjoy all on its own. Be sure to use miniature chocolate chips so you can get more chocolate in each bite. You know my theory about more chocolate, right? That&rsquos always a good idea.


Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Pie

Summer is most assuredly the season for no-bake desserts and cold desserts. Not only is it nice to get a break from the hot oven, but those cold desserts are lovely to eat when it&rsquos scorchingly hot.

It&rsquos no secret that I adore the combination of peanut butter and chocolate. I use it in cookies, brownies, cakes, and anything else I can manage. A strong case could be made that there is no better friendship in the dessert world. It&rsquos surely in the top 5.

This recipe is one of my go-to summer recipes. It&rsquos one of those almost-no-bake recipes. You do need a little oven time for the crust, but it&rsquos just a few minutes. And it&rsquos totally worth it. It&rsquos a pretty standard graham cracker crust. But, it does have one addition that I just love for this pie &ndash cinnamon. That little hint of cinnamon makes this pie a whole lot more interesting. If you&rsquore not convinced, you can certainly leave it out. But, did I mention how good it is?

That lovely crust is filled with a creamy, cream cheese-y, peanut butter-y filling that I could enjoy all on its own. Be sure to use miniature chocolate chips so you can get more chocolate in each bite. You know my theory about more chocolate, right? That&rsquos always a good idea.


Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Pie

Summer is most assuredly the season for no-bake desserts and cold desserts. Not only is it nice to get a break from the hot oven, but those cold desserts are lovely to eat when it&rsquos scorchingly hot.

It&rsquos no secret that I adore the combination of peanut butter and chocolate. I use it in cookies, brownies, cakes, and anything else I can manage. A strong case could be made that there is no better friendship in the dessert world. It&rsquos surely in the top 5.

This recipe is one of my go-to summer recipes. It&rsquos one of those almost-no-bake recipes. You do need a little oven time for the crust, but it&rsquos just a few minutes. And it&rsquos totally worth it. It&rsquos a pretty standard graham cracker crust. But, it does have one addition that I just love for this pie &ndash cinnamon. That little hint of cinnamon makes this pie a whole lot more interesting. If you&rsquore not convinced, you can certainly leave it out. But, did I mention how good it is?

That lovely crust is filled with a creamy, cream cheese-y, peanut butter-y filling that I could enjoy all on its own. Be sure to use miniature chocolate chips so you can get more chocolate in each bite. You know my theory about more chocolate, right? That&rsquos always a good idea.


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