A cool and creamy pie that doesn't need the oven!
1 hr 15 min
MELT 1 cup Kraft Smooth Peanut Butter and 4 squares chopped Baker's White Chocolate on MEDIUM in microwave for 2 1/2 min. Stir until smooth.
WHISK 1 pkg (4-serving size) Jell-O Vanilla Instant Pudding with 1 1/2 cups milk. Beat in chocolate mixture. Fold in 1 cup thawed Cool Whip Whipped Topping.
PLACE sliced banana on bottom of 9-in. ready-to-use crumb crust and spoon pudding over top. Chill 1 hr. Top as desired.
Very easy to make, and enjoyed by all that try it. A nice, light, yummy dessert.
posted by kezia
| on 12/16/2008
very good everyone loved this lina
posted by lvbougie
| on 9/26/2007
This is a super tasting easy to make pie; I substituted the "light" version of ingredients and had great results. Also I used the fat-free white chocolate pudding instead of the vanilla...it was smooth and mellow tasting, fantastic! Next time I'll experiment with
Baker's semi-sweet chocolate instead of the white!
posted by allrosy
| on 1/27/2007
I mae this for some good friends and I changed ita bit. I did not put any bananas under the mixture, instead I melted half a bag of milk chocolate chips and lined the bottom of the crust and put it into the freezer to set for about 15 minutes. Then I mixed chocolate pudding instead of vanilla and it was very tasty
posted by on-location
| on 1/26/2007
I made this recipe without the bananas and with a chocolate crumb crust! It's now my husband's favorite dessert! Really tasty!
posted by ulydo
| on 1/25/2007
This recipe is breath taking! Try to eat it the same day or else the bananas overpower the peanut butter taste, although it is still good..
posted by bezoune
| on 2/10/2006
Better without the bananas
posted by carmire
| on 8/9/2004
I tried this recipe out and brought it to camp and everyone loved it. Delicious served with a little vanilla ice cream.. mmmmmmmm
posted by glorilicious
| on 7/22/2004