Seriously, why can't the kids decide that they will no longer be picky eaters? I wouldn't mind taking short order cook off of my resume...
After scouring numerous blogs and websites, I decided to take dessert making into my own hands. Nothing I saw appealed to me. A lot of it was the same old recipes, the same old desserts, the same old food that half the kids would eat and half would not. So yesterday I opened up my pantry doors (okay, I really didn't open them, I have five kids, those doors are never shut) and began pulling out an array of ingredients and magically came up with a dessert that EVERYONE in my house
And so I give you...
Chocolate, Peanut Butter Pudding Pie
- 1-3oz box Vanilla Instant Pudding Mix
- 1-3oz box Chocolate Instant Pudding Mix
- 4 cups Reduced Fat Milk
- 1/3 to 1/2 cup Honey Roasted Creamy Peanut Butter (add more or less, depending on your taste)
- 1 King Sized Peanut Butter Twix
- 1 Graham Cracker Pie Shell (I used Keebler because it comes with a plastic lid)
In a large bow, whisk vanilla pudding mix and 2 cups of milk for two minutes. Add in the peanut butter and whisk until peanut butter is combined into the pudding. Set aside.
In another large bowl, whisk chocolate pudding mix and 2 cups of milk for two minutes. Set aside.
Chop the 4 Twix bars into small pieces. I cut the bars in half lengthwise and then diced to get the pieces as small as possible without crumbling them.
Sprinkle 1/2 of the Twix bar pieces on the bottom of the graham cracker pie shell.
Pour in the vanilla pudding and peanut butter mixture. Spread evenly.
Pour the chocolate pudding over the vanilla pudding and spread evenly.
Top with remaining pieces of the Twix bar.
Cover and let chill in fridge for 3-4 hours.
*The pie can easily be cut using a cake server. The pudding will still be soft and does not firm up. Spoons are the best option when eating this beyond delicious dessert.