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This recipe is soooooooooooo delicious. It's extremely rich. The second time I made it I used eggbeaters for the eggs and lowfat peanut butter. I also just used a little fat free milk instead of the whipping cream. Then I covered it with fat free whipped cream. It was still very good and still very rich. Some earlier reviews had trouble mixing the peanut butter layer with the chocolate layer so I just mixed it all together before spooning it into the pie crust.
My husband liked this pie. It is very rich but very good. My only problem with it was that the peanut butter filling was not easily swirled into the chocolate and I ended up with some pretty big clumps.
This is a wonderful pie. I added cool whip to the top and broke up receese peanut butter cups added them to the top along with the melted chocolate to drizzle on top. mmmmmm. It was wonderful. Very rich but wonderful.
This was sooo delicious!!! EVERYBODY loved it! I doubled the recipe to make 2 pies and it actually made enough for 3 so that's exactly what i did! The heavy cream I bought was 8 oz. so i just used it all (for a double batch which made 3) to make it easier to swirl the peanut butter into the chocolate. This will definately be my annual recipe i bring to picnics!! Thank you for sharing it!
This is very rich. My guests really liked it I found the strong margarine taste a bit off-putting. I used no margarine in the peanut butter layer and it was great. Next time I'll try cutting the margarine to 1/2 cup in the choc. layer. I layered this pie - choc. p.b. choc and it came out very pretty.