Friday, October 12, 2012

Oreo Peanut Butter Pie


**Warning:**
This post is not suitable for the faint hearted when it comes to dessert and for those who are watching what they eat... 
Click away now... 
...don't say I did not warn you....tongue


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You deserve a pat on your back for being 'BRAVE' ...to continue reading...applause

It all started with... My car and its routine checkup...

Appointment booked and I thought...hmmm why not make it a 'Day out' for me and spend sometime in the library...so off to library, I went after dropping off my car, early one Friday morning.
I had at least 4 hours to kill....
Chose the best spot and plonked myself next to the 'Cookbook' shelf plus some old magazines to browse...
Books after books and magazines too...hey for once .. I was in NO rush and not bothered about the ticking clock



Whilst flipping the magazines... this gorgeous looking pie sprung on and was staring at me in the eye...
My heart was telling me..'Flip away...move on...' but I was hypnotised... gazed fixed onto the image... my fingers refused to flip the page...*sigh* sigh I succumbed to temptation...
... did what a decent 'sweet tooth, dessert' crazy woman would do...put pen and paper to work then start walking towards the nearby grocery stores...


With every steps, I took...
Guilt angelwas telling me to make a 'U-turn' and head back to the library... but Glut devil was encouragingly sweet...

Finally I took the mid way... Glut could be satiated and Guilt was happy with the changes made..
and ....the taste~...out of this world...
Heavenly...drooling

If you are DARING (unlike me...chicken!!!) and would love to try the full version of the Pie...
Click here to see TRISH DESEINE's recipethumbs up



Recipe (makes 4)
adapted with changes from Delicious Magazine May 2012

Click here for Printable Recipe

Crust

10 oreo biscuits
35g butter


Filling

8 tablespoon Kraft Whipped Peanut butter


Dark/ White Chocolate topping

50g dark chocolate

50g butter

50g white chocolate (optional)


  1. Finely crushed oreos using food processor.
  2. Melt 35g butter and mix well with crushed oreos.
  3. Press onto the bottom and sides of 4 x 8cm loose bottom tart pan.
  4. Refrigerate for 1 hour.
  5. Spoon 2 tablespoons of Kraft whipped Peanut Butter in each tart case.
  6. Melt chocolate with 25g butter (dark and white separately) using double boil method.
  7. Using a non wooden spoon, stir until the chocolate mixture melt, smooth and shiny.
  8. Spread either dark, white or combine the two over peanut butter.
  9. Sprinkle some seasalt.
  10. Refrigerate for at least 1 hour before serving.

    LisaH...xox

41 comments:

  1. Looks gorgeous! I try not to faint away by just looking at this. Must taste super yummy and delicious.

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  2. Wow that looks rich! I really REALLY want one though!

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  3. Hehehe, LOL! Those pies look sinful and ever so tempting. What a devilishly delicious treat.

    Cheers,

    Rosa

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    1. Food for the soul that ended up in my hips :P

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  4. OMG!!!!! I want!!!!! That looks so goooddddddd!!!So glad you didn't gostan! Hehehe ;)

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    1. LOL... must Gostraight when it comes to dessert ;P

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  5. These look deadly tempting and delicious!

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  6. OMG, I want these badly! I didn't stop scrolling even though you warned earlier :)

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  7. Oh, I'll try to stay brave while making this. Though, I have to admit that I'm about to faint looking at those beautiful pics. lol

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  8. These look like they're going to break my diet. No bake too - superb!!!

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  9. *drool**drool**drool* you are a temptress!! this is soooo gorgeous!!!

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    1. hehehe... Glut possessed my soul when it comes to dessert ;P

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  10. Mmmmm...they look lovely!..Can just imagine them melting in the mouth:-)

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    1. Jom Lina..lets not imagine, lets indulge

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  11. Hi Lisa, wah.... ini sedap betul mana boleh gostan? Makan dulu count calories later lah. Ada lagi ke sudah habis?

    Yours this oreo pie look so good. Tengah lapar, nanti tidur pun mimpi...LOL

    Have a nice week ahead.

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    1. LOL... that's why cannot gostan.
      Go exercise lor after eating :)

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  12. Wow, these look so good! I am pinning them and bookmarking them, and I'd love to make these!

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    1. I promise you...You will have no regrets, Julia :D

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  13. Oh wow this looks incredible!!

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  14. Yummy yummy yummy! It's seriously combining all my favourite things in one. Oreo, PB and pies. Looks so lovely and presentable too. Will def make this for a dinner party. Good one, Lisa! And yes, it must've been nice to take a break to do what you really enjoy doing but almost never get a chance to do. For me, I think it's experimenting with recipes. I am almost rushing to cook/eat/clean so always just resort to "cincai" or lazy food. But what I really hope is to try out all the recipes that I've been meaning to for a long time. Sigh!

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  15. Oh WOW!!!! Yes I've been warned but it's so worth it. I'd give up some sweets just to eat this pie!

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  16. Oh my, these tarts look divine!!! Those photos are stunning and make me want to lick my screen. I love that they are so easy too, but I think that's a little dangerous as well ;)

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    1. I agree with you... its a LOT dangerous for me as I have all the ingredients in my pantry all the time ;P

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  17. sound amazing! i have to try this recipe, for sure!
    http://petiscosemiminhos.blogspot.pt/

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  18. Thanks for the Twitter follow..got to know this wonderful space! The tiny pies look gorgeous.

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