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I really have no words for this pie. It’s a jaw-dropping pie with layers of Oreo crust, peanut butter, and chocolate cream. I just can’t even express how good it was. Words like decadent, amazing, creamy, and delicious just don’t seem to suffice. Because it was better than all of those words.

This NO BAKE Peanut Butter Chocolate Cream Pie is pure heaven and everyone will love you for making it, I promise.

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Peanut Butter Chocolate Cream Pie with layers of Oreo crust, peanut butter, and chocolate cream! This is the best pie recipe I've ever made!

Can I ask you guys kind of a serious question? Those of you who don’t live where you want to live, how do you deal with that? I’m not talking about the “Oh, I’d love to live in Hawaii!” kind of thing but the actual, deep down “I don’t belong here” type of thing.

You see, my town is fine. We’re happy here. But it’s not where my heart is. My longing is to live where I grew up and the older I get (and the older Jordan gets) the more I realize that, as good is this town is, it’s not where I want her to grow. It’s not where I want her to call home.

It’s not where I want her to settle for life because if I have to live here until I die I might just go crazy.

Does anyone else feel like that?

Peanut Butter Chocolate Cream Pie

The reason I feel stuck where I am is because, where I want to go, it costs upwards of $5,000/month for a 2Br/1Ba rental. If you want to buy a place you’re looking at a million bucks for a starter home.

When we got back to California, this area was as close as we could get to home. And, like I said…it’s fine. But it’s not where I want to be.

I want to be able to give Jordan my love of the ocean. My love of hiking on the hills. My love of Village Host Pizza. I want to be able to say, “let’s go get dumplings and dim sum in Chinatown” and be there in 20 minutes. I want to be able to have her grow up where there is no “box” that you’re supposed to live in.

The fact that my husband would only travel about once a month or less instead of every single week would be a huge bonus too.

Anyone have a million bucks I can borrow?

So anyway…for those of you that feel like that…how do you reconcile the fact that you can’t be where you want to be?  I know I’m being a big whiner…but it’s really been affecting me the last few months. Probably because it feels like I haven’t seen my husband more than I’ve seen him. And because I’ve been feeling that “box” a lot lately.

I have a feeling the advice is going to be “Just deal with it because that’s what you have to do as an adult.” Right?

Being an adult sucks sometimes. Often, my feeling is that Pie > Being an adult, am I right??

Do you like pie? I’m sure you do. How about Peanut Butter Chocolate Cream Pie? Yes? Good answer.

No Bake Peanut Butter Chocolate Cream Pie is the best cream pie in the entire world!

Peanut Butter Chocolate Cream Pie

I have words describing this pie. It’s so freaking amazing that there really is nothing to be said.

The end.

{Not really.}

This pie is a coffee-grounds-in-the-garbage pie. It was so tempting to just pull this sucker out and eat it with a fork. But I restrained myself. I got a plate like a sane and normal person.

And then I ate half a pie.

Peanut Butter Chocolate Cream Pie

How to make the peanut butter chocolate cream pie:

  • Layer 1: THE CRUST. It’s an Oreo crust, my favorite. Grind up the cookies in a food processor, or crush them finely in a large ziploc bag with a rolling pin. No need to remove the filling. Just crush them and mix them with butter and press them into your pie plate.
  • Note: all of the pie plates I use are 9″. Check your pie plate size!
  • Layer 2: PEANUT BUTTER. Peanut butter is mixed with sweetened condensed milk and vanilla. Then you fold in whipped cream. It’s rich and peanut buttery to the max.
  • Note: Yes, I used real whipped cream for this whole pie! Aren’t you proud of me? Feel free to use Cool Whip if you’re so inclined.
  • Layer 3: CHOCOLATE. The remaining sweetened condensed milk gets mixed with melted baking chocolate and vanilla and more whipped cream. It’s like french silk pie without the eggs and the risk of death. #win
  • Layer 4: MORE WHIPPED CREAM BECAUSE, DUH. It’s whipped cream. Layer it on. I topped my pie with chocolate shavings I made using a square of semi-sweet baking chocolate and a potato peeler. Easy peasy.

Peanut Butter Chocolate Cream Pie


This pie. Just… I can’t even. You must try it.

Maybe you’ll like the pie so much it’ll go viral and I can move to my dream city. Hahahaha! 😉

Peanut Butter Chocolate Cream Pie with layers of Oreo crust, peanut butter, and chocolate cream! This is the best pie recipe I've ever made!

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No-Bake Peanut Butter Chocolate Cream Pie on a white plate

No Bake Peanut Butter Chocolate Cream Pie

4.08 from 14 votes
Layers of Oreo crust, peanut butter, and chocolate cream pair perfectly for the best pie I've ever eaten! The best part is it's totally no bake and egg-free!
Yield 8 -10 servings


  • 25 Oreo Cookies
  • 6 tablespoons butter melted
  • 1 14 ounce can sweetened condensed milk, divided
  • 4 ounces semi-sweet baking chocolate
  • 3 teaspoons vanilla extract divided
  • 1/2 cup peanut butter I use Skippy Naturals
  • 2 cups heavy whipping cream cold
  • 3 tablespoons powdered sugar


  • Crush your Oreo cookies in a plastic bag with a rolling pin or in a food processsor. Mix the crumbs and melted butter with a fork in a medium sized bowl. Press into a 9” pie plate and chill until ready to fill.
  • Melt the baking chocolate in a medium sized bowl according to package directions for melting. Typically, chocolate will take about 1-2 minutes on high power, but make sure you stir every 30 seconds.
  • Stir 1/2 of the can of sweetened condensed milk (about 5 ounces volume) into the melted chocolate. Stir in 1 teaspoon of vanilla extract. Let sit for a few minutes, but be sure to stir it occasionally so it doesn’t turn into fudge.
  • Stir the remaining sweetened condensed milk in another medium bowl with the peanut butter and 1 teaspoon vanilla. Stir until smooth.
  • Whip the heavy whipping cream on high speed until stiff peaks form, adding in the powdered sugar and 1 teaspoon of vanilla extract while it’s mixing.
  • Stir 1 cup of the whipped cream carefully into the peanut butter mixture. Fold carefully so you don’t break the cream. Spread in the bottom of the prepared crust.
  • Stir up the chocolate mixture until it’s smooth. Fold in 1 cup of whipped cream carefully so you don’t break the cream. Spread on top of peanut butter layer.
  • Top with remaining whipped cream and chocolate shavings. (Chocolate shavings can be made by using a potato peeler on an ounce of chocolate.)
  • Chill for at least 4 hours or overnight before cutting. Store loosely covered in the refrigerator and eat within 3 days.
Nutritional information not guaranteed to be accurate
Author Dorothy Kern

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Last Updated on September 20, 2019

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  1. This pie is amazing. I have made it so many times. It generally comes out different ea. time. wierd. I do agree with all the comments. The chocolate is warm and melts the whip cream, but if you let it cool off it gets too hard. Anyway just deal with it, in the end it is always yummy. I also let it cool in the fridge between layers, and also before i put the whip cream on in the end.

    1. I made it! I am not a baker and used many pots and pans. I made a big mess lol. I could not do the Oreo cookies with cream in the middle in my food processor. I smashed them to death with my meat tenderizer! Should I have used plain chocolate cookies? The rest went pretty easy. However, there was so much filling I ran out of crust on the plate, so It might end up being pudding, who knows. I had my handy dandy spatula to scrape all the bits from the big bowls to a small bowl. I ate what was left. I feel sick now lol.. it was very very good lol

  2. I’ve made this pie so many times and it’s always fabulous! My boys ask for it constantly and it is so easy!!

  3. A couple of tips:
    First, I would mix the peanut butter mixture first and then melt the chocolate and stir up that mixture. I had a heck of a time keeping the chocolate from hardening because it sat so long. (We tend to keep our house quite cool.) Next time I may even melt it while the cream is whipping.
    Second, I recommend letting the pie set up in the fridge AFTER layering on the chocolate mixture and BEFORE layering on the whip cream. My chocolate layer ended up quite loose and when I tried to smooth out the whip cream the chocolate ended up oozing out the sides and nearly out of the pan.
    Haven’t tried a slice yet, but after licking the spoon I think it’s gonna be good 😉

  4. When I stirred in the whipped cream mixture into the peanut butter and chocolate mixtures, the whipped cream melted. Also, my peanut butter mixture got thicker rather than “smooth”

    1. It’s important to fold it slowly so that it doesn’t deflate, and if you’re using fresh whipped cream, make sure it’s whipped to stiff peaks.

  5. I got confused about the whipping cream. Did you use that instead of cool whip or both?  I read the recipe over and over and didn’t get it

  6. I see this is an older post and by now I hope you are happy and where you want to be. I think everyone can relate that being homesick is a terrible feeling? When we are going through a hard time we don’t always see the purpose of it until time has passed. You will get through this and something better will be waiting for you! Thank you for sharing your delicious recipes I look forward to trying them!?

  7. I did this pie twice tonight. Each time I folded the whipped cream into the chocolate it collapsed. 🙁 You would think it would with the peanut butter because that is so stiff, but that part went fine both times.

  8. I live in the absolute center of the U.S., but have spent many months visiting So. Cal. and it is addicting. My favorite is Seal Beach. My advice to you is don’t stop trying to get where you want to be. There’s got to be a way. Life is too short to waste it doing what you don’t want or being where you don’t want. Keep trying!

    1. Thanks for this. I made it probably 9 years ago and have been dreaming of it ever since. Finally tracked it down again and will be making it again soon! It’s so simple and so incredibly tasty.