Spooky Mummy Chocolate Peanut Butter Pie

Take a walk on the spooky side with this scrumptious Halloween pie recipe from Chris Baker, owner of Betta with Butta and former contestant of The Great American Baking Show. 

Servings
Ingredients
Marshmallow County Webs
Servings
Ingredients
Marshmallow County Webs
Instructions
Prepare the filling:
  1. In the bowl of stand mixer, or with a hand mixer, combine softened cream cheese, peanut butter and vanilla extract, stopping to scrape down the bowl with a flexible spatula.
  2. Slowly add the powdered sugar and beat until well combined.
  3. Fold in the cool whip with a flexible spatula, making sure it is completely combined. For an extra tasty texture blast, fold in 200g (roughly 1 cup) of peanut brittle that has been pulsed in a food processor.
  4. Place filling in MI-DEL® Gluten Free Chocolate Snap Pie Crust and smooth the top with an offset spatula. Chill while you prepare the ganache
Prepare Ganache and Finish Pie:
  1. Place the chopped chocolate in a heatproof bowl, set aside
  2. Heat the almond milk in a small pot just until it starts to simmer
  3. Pour hot milk over chocolate and swirl the bowl to surround the chocolate
  4. Allow to sit for several minutes untouched, allowing the chocolate to melt.
  5. Whisk the ganache with a fork or small whisk until smooth
  6. Add the vegan butter and combine
  7. Pour on top of chilled pie, smooth with offset spatula and place in fridge to set.
For the spooky cobweb finish:
  1. In a heat proof bowl, add 3/4 cups mini marshmallows (vegan if need be) and pulse on 30 second blast in the microwave until melted, stirring between each 30 second burst. It shouldn’t take longer than a minute.
  2. Working with the chilled pie and a pair of disposable gloves (this part gets messy!), dip your hands into the bowl of melted marshmallow and stretch across the pie, playing with the shapes of your fingers to create cob webs.
  3. Finish with spooky eyes or other Halloween decorations!
  4. Allow pie to thoroughly chill before serving. Enjoy!
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