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Curlyone

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Looking for an older recipe and hoping someone here can help! This recipe is for a Peanut Pie with a nutty crust and a layer of chocolate. I have searched everywhere I can think of. I know there are some archived recipes on here, but the ones I found did not have anything remotely related.

Thanks for the help!:chef:
 

ShellBeach

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Could it be this? Except, it doesn't have a nutty crust.

Heavenly Peanut Butter Pie

1 (8 ounce) package cream cheese, softened
1 cup peanut butter (creamy or crunchy)
1 cup powdered sugar
1 (8 ounce) container frozen whipped topping, thawed
1 (6 ounce or 9-inch) prepared graham cracker pie crust

In large bowl, beat cream cheese until fluffy. Beat in peanut butter and sugar. Fold in whipped topping; spoon into crust. Refrigerate until chilled, at least 5 hours.
 

Curlyone

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Thanks ShellBeach. :) I don't think this is the one she is talking about. She said it is an old recipe and also has a layer of chocolate in it.

Thanks for your reply!
~Connie
 

Curlyone

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Bumping:love:

I have looked on Recipes from Friends site and cannot find the recipe my customer wants. Does anyone have any archived recipe files they could post? Joyces Fine Cooking, I think that was the name, used to have PC recipes, but the site is no longer active. Any help would be appreciated.:love:
 

chefmickey1

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I just looked through every Season's Best from Spring '97 and the 2 "Favorites" and the "Classics" books from years ago and found nothing.
 

kam

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I did a search on my recipe list and here are some I came up with that were either Pie or Peanut that looked like they might fit.

Of course, I don't have any cookbooks here with me, so I have NO idea what some of these recipes look like. But, wasn't sure if this list might provide some clues... (I don't even know if all have both a crust and chocolate.)

Peanut Butter & Jelly Pie (All the Best pg.95)
Peanut Butter & Jelly Pie (SB Spring/Summer 2002)
Mile-High Turtle Pie (Casual Cooking pg.107)
Black Bottom Banana Cream Pie (Delightful Desserts pg.89)
Mexican Chocolate Pie (SB Spring/Summer 2003)
Mexican Chocolate Cream Pie (Stoneware Inspirations pg.77)
Peanut Butter Rocky Road Dessert (Celebrate pg.114)
Peanutty Crunch Cake (Delightful Desserts pg.54)
Chocolate Peanut Butter Cup Torte (SB Fall/Winter 2008)
Chocolate Peanut Butter Torte (Stoneware Inspirations pg.119)
Peanut Butter Cup Dessert (SB Spring/Summer 1999)
Chocolate Peanut Butter Bonanza (SB Spring/Summer 2003)
Chocolate-Peanut Butter Crunch Bars (SB Spring/Summer 2010)
 

Curlyone

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Thank you! I appreciate the work you guys have gone thru to help me. I called the customer yesterday and told her I was still working on it. She said she thought the recipe was from the '80's. :yuck:

I will look these up and send them to her. Thanks again for all your searching!:love:
 

kam

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Thank you! I appreciate the work you guys have gone thru to help me. I called the customer yesterday and told her I was still working on it. She said she thought the recipe was from the '80's. :yuck:

I will look these up and send them to her. Thanks again for all your searching!:love:

Hmmm...from the 80's would knock a bunch off the list I posted.

There is a very old cookbook...blue cover. It is half sheet size and called Recipes from the Heart or something like that.

I have a copy at home. It very well could come from there. If I have a chance tonight I will look through it.
 

esavvymom

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It probably was the first recipe- with the graham cracker crust. She may have just thought it was a nut crust.
 

Curlyone

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Thank you Kathleen! And Peggy, no she hasn't call HO yet, but she did post on the F/B site. Someone else thinks it is the Heavenly Peanutbutter Pie too, but that one doesn't have a layer of chocolate.

Kathleen, if you don't mind checking the Recipes From the Heart, I would appreciate it.

Thanks soooo much!
 

kam

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Thank you Kathleen! And Peggy, no she hasn't call HO yet, but she did post on the F/B site. Someone else thinks it is the Heavenly Peanutbutter Pie too, but that one doesn't have a layer of chocolate.

Kathleen, if you don't mind checking the Recipes From the Heart, I would appreciate it.

Thanks soooo much!

Didn't see anything except the Heavenly Peanut Butter Pie in that book. Sorry.

Also, was it in the pie plate? Or some other piece of stoneware? Just because it is called a "pie" in the title doesn't mean it has to be done in a pie pan. If we knew what PC stoneware was used, it might help.
 
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ShellBeach

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Also, was it in the pie plate? Or some other piece of stoneware? Just because it is called a "pie" in the title doesn't mean it has to be done in a pie pan. If we knew what PC stoneware was used, it might help.

I almost asked this. There is a Chocolate-Peanut Butter Torte that's made in the large bar pan. But, it doesn't have a nut crust.

She may be thinking of a recipe that was served at a PC party, but isn't actually a PC recipe.
 
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The Peanut Butter Pie recipe came with the pie stoneware back in the 1980's. It is one of our favorites. Very rich. See attached pdf of the recipe.
 

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Looking for an older recipe and hoping someone here can help! This recipe is for a Peanut Pie with a nutty crust and a layer of chocolate. I have searched everywhere I can think of. I know there are some archived recipes on here, but the ones I found did not have anything remotely related.

Thanks for the help!:chef:
 

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