Peanut Butter Cream Pie Dip

Mwah-ah-ah-ah-ahhhhh!!! My master plan is complete! I now have three pie dips to serve at a party for the ultimate dessert bar experience!!  Note to self: Schedule party so you can create the ultimate dessert bar experience.

HOW COOL would it be to serve this Peanut Butter Cream Pie Dip, the Key Lime Pie Dip and the Coconut Cream Pie Dip together with an assortment of graham crackers, shortbread cookies and chocolate wafers or chocolate graham crackers?!

I was just reading over this and thought, “Dang, boast much??” when one of my BFFs called and literally spoke the words, “And can I just tell you?? I look effin ahhh-mazing today!!” So… my thoughts are humble and demure comparatively. Right???  :o)

Peanut Butter Cream Pie Dip
1 8-oz. block cream cheese, at room temperature
1 14-oz. can sweetened condensed milk
1 cup peanut butter
1 cup powdered sugar
1 8-oz. carton cool whip, thawed
Chocolate graham crackers or chocolate wafers

Combine sweetened condensed milk and cream cheese and beat with an electric mixer on medium speed until smooth. Add peanut butter and powdered sugar and mix until blended. Add half of cool whip and mix until smooth. Fold in remaining cool whip and mix until just combined.

Add mixture to a serving bowl and refrigerate for four hours. Garnish with chocolate graham cracker crumbs if desired.

Serve with or chocolate graham crackers or chocolate wafers for dipping.

Feel free to use this as a pie filling too. It should easily fill two standard chocolate pie shells.



  1. I'm going to serve it with all of the above AND APPLE SLICES, that way I can say it's a fruit dip and very very healthy. HAHAHAHAHA

  2. I am SO making this this weekend when my daughter and family come for a visit. I just bought some chocolate graham crackers too....I will be taste testing this dish in my dreams. =) Thanks so much for sharing another special recipe at Weekend Potluck.

  3. what a fun dip! i love it :)

  4. I love your blogs and your recipes. I live in Illinois but swear I have the heart of a southern girl. Thanks for sharing.


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