Chocolate Cream w/Peanut Butter & Banana Pie

Equipment needed:

2 pie tins (see the ingredient list below to see if you need these)

1 medium bowl

1 spatula

Ingredients needed:

2 graham cracker pie crusts (pre-made ones are okay, if you use these, omit the 2 pie tins above)

2 large packages chocolate pudding (should produce 2 H to 3 cups per box)

5-6 cp milk (for the pudding)

4-6 bananas, peeled and sliced

2-3 cp creamy peanut butter

1 tub cool whip

grated bar chocolate or chocolate sprinkles (for a garnish, optional)


  1. Make the crusts if you didn’t buy pre-made ones. If you bought the pre-made kind, check the label – they should tell you how to crisp them up by baking them alone for a few moments.
  2. Heat the peanut butter, about 40 seconds in the microwave.
  3. Pour 1 to 1 H cp of the peanut butter into each pie crust. Use the back of a spoon or spatula to spread it around and coat the inside of the pie crust (this includes the side walls).
  4. Prepare 1 batch of pudding according to the package directions for pie filling. Pour about N of the pudding into the crust over the peanut butter.
  5. Take one banana’s worth of slices and distribute them evenly in a layer across the top of the pudding.
  6. Add the second third of pudding, add another layer of banana slices, then dump the remainder of the pudding on top.
  7. If you want, add another layer of bananas on top of the pie. Repeat steps 4-7 for the second pie.
  8. Put the whole pie in the fridge and let the pudding set up. Should take only about 5-10 minutes. Serve with whipped cream on top, and grated chocolate shavings or sprinkles.

The graham cracker crusts and the aluminum pans don’t have a whole lot of structural strength and if you don’t handle them carefully the pie will fold up on you. The easiest way to do it is to use a plate to carry the pies around.

    • maitraya
    • January 26th, 2010

    This recipe is really good!!!!!!!!!!!! Try it 😀

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