Peanut Butter Pie

50 Ritz crackers
1 stick butter, melted
1 cup powdered sugar
1/2 cup peanut butter
4 oz cream cheese
1/2 cup milk
1 8 oz tub cool whip

Crumble the Ritz crackers and place into a 9 inch pie pan.
Pour the butter over the crumbs and make a crust.
Mix sugar, peanut butter and cream cheese.
Add milk and mix thoroughly.
Mix in cool whip and place into the crust and smooth out.
Top with more crumbs and peanuts.
Place into freezer for 4 hours.

Thank for this great recipe.
My favorite is Pecan Pie.

You will need a cup of special corn syrup from one of the available manufacturers. Then, take three eggs, a single teaspoon of vanilla powder/extract, one cup of sugar, a couple of tablespoons of melted butter. Do not forget about a nine-inch pie crust of your choice (it should be raw). Finally, you will need six ounces of pecans. Chop them before baking your pie.


Your oven should be set up to the recommended baking temperature. In most cases, it is 350°F. Then, consider the following steps:

Take the ingredients listed above. With the help of a fork or tablespoon, you will have to create a mixture out of them. Once you get it, add the chopped pecans that you should have prepared before. Is your pie crust nearby? Pour everything that you get into it.
The recommended baking time is no more than one hour (plus, possibly additional ten minutes). You should place the pie in the center to make it bake properly and equally on all sides.
Cool what you get out of your oven for a minimum of a couple of hours. Only then you can slice the pie and give it to your guests.
In case you choose a frozen crust, you will have to warm it up a bit first. However, you can add the necessary ingredients inside from the very beginning. Just do not forget to bake it all on a preheated cookie sheet – it will speed up the process. 200°F is enough to let you know that the process is over.
That is it! You may also wonder how you know when the pie is 100% ready. Well, eating it immediately makes no sense, that’s true. What you can do is push at your pecan pie once the required time passes by. If the product springs back, it means it is ready. You are done. Useful tip: attach some foil to the edges of your pie in case it seems too brown or dark in some places.

This is a great and easy recipe.
Sets up much better than other peanut butter pie I’ve tried which turned out way too soupy.