Peanut Butter & Co. Recipe Blog

I love apple desserts but this Peanut Butter Apple Galette is my new favorite. This simple dessert is filled with delicious apples and peanut butter and has a buttery, crispy crust. This is the perfect dessert for a holiday party – it will impress your guests but doesn’t involve a ton of work to make!

Posted by from Clockwork Lemon
November 19th, 2015

Mapo tofu is a Szechuan dish usually made with ground pork stir fried with leeks then simmered with tofu in a spicy sauce spiked with Szechuan peppercorns. Adding peanut butter into the mix turns the sauce into a rich, flavorful gravy that’s perfect for soaking up with a bowl of white rice. I like to serve it with chopped spicy peanuts to add a crunchiness that complements the crispy pork and soft spicy tofu.

My favorite Thanksgiving dessert has always been my grandma’s pecan pie, and it’s a running family joke that I’m always first in line for a slice. But having this special treat once a year just isn’t enough, so I decided to make my own version of pecan pie with a little something extra – Dark Chocolate Dreams peanut butter! This wonderfully sinful addition creates the most velvety, insanely rich filling, and the flavor combination of pecans + peanuts only adds to the tasty appeal. And best of all? This recipe couldn’t be simpler! A premade crust, 10 ingredients, a few stirs, and barely a hour in the oven is all it takes before you’ll be diving in fork first.

When my friends from Peanut Butter & Co. reached out with this fun idea for a Thanksgiving pie, I couldn’t resist. To be honest, I hadn’t heard of a stack pie before – but I thought this show-stopper was perfect for the holidays (and their delicious peanut butter). So, I bent my usual rules and picked up a few pre-made crusts (knowing how Thanksgiving baking can be daunting enough, especially when this pie is truly three pies in one) and never looked back. With a common base of a chess pie whipped up in the blender that is divided among three bowls of warmed peanut butter, this pie remains simple to put together. It serves a crowd and is worth the effort: a true centerpiece dessert that is an ode to peanut butter and my friends.

Rules are made to be broken, which is why I love this peanut butter-infused banana cream pie! Luscious and creamy as ever, this recipe shakes up the classic pie by adding a layer of The Bee’s Knees peanut butter beneath a traditional cream filling, creating a silky, sumptuous combo that’s bound to get heads turning! And with a buttery vanilla wafer crust, fat chunks of banana, and a mountain of whipped cream, this classic meets modern pie will be your new holiday favorite.

If pumpkin pie is always the star of the show on your holiday dessert table, you won’t want to miss this fun twist on that classic. A nutty maple peanut butter crust and maple peanut butter whipped cream on top take pumpkin pie to the next level, and maple syrup in the filling ties the flavors together beautifully. And here’s a tip if you don’t have all the spices for the filling on hand: feel free to substitute 1 tablespoon of pumpkin pie spice mix instead!

This vegan pie is a bit of a surprise, but in a strange way it just makes sense. Anyone who loves apple slices paired with peanut butter will go crazy for it. The filling turns into a sort of peanut butter/apple custard consistency, which is not only delicious, but a nice contrast in texture to the flaky crust. This is a great recipe to try for a fun switch up on a classic apple pie.

Vegan Apple Peanut Butter Pie