How Do You Like Your Peanut Butter Pie?

With chocolate crust, graham cracker crust, ice cream or cream cheese-peanut butter filling? (There's no wrong answer, really.)
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There's no wrong way to make peanut butter pie, just different ways.

Make a chocolate cookie crust with crushed chocolate sandwich cookies (like Oreos) and melted butter. You can use a food processor to crush the cookies, but if you don't have one, or have one but don't feel like lugging it out of the pantry, put the cookies in a resealable plastic bag, let the air out before sealing, and crush the cookies using a rolling pin or a large can.

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Peanut Butter Pie

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Peanut Butter Pie with Shortcut Crust: Skip the homemade crust and use a store-bought cookie shell.

Peanut Butter-Chocolate Pie: Skip the chocolate cookie crust and make a graham cracker crust instead -- but you still need chocolate so add a layer between the crust and the peanut butter filling.

Miniature Peanut Butter and Jelly Pies: Skip the chocolate and add jelly.

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Ice Cream Pie with Peanut Butter Cups: Skip the peanut butter-cream cheese filling and fill your pie with ice cream and crushed up peanut butter cups.

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Frozen Peanut Butter Bites: Skip the pie and make balls.

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