Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup Freezer Pie Recipe



1 Keebler chocolate cookie pie crust
1 large box of instant chocolate pudding
1 1/2 cups of  milk
1 8 oz tub of Cool Whip
Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups


In a large bowl, mix the pudding with the milk. Whisk in the Cool Whip. Unwrap the Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups (about 15 of the large ones, or about 25 of the minis, or however many you want to put in) and chop them roughly. Fold the chopped candy into the pudding mix. Pour all into the chocolate pie crust. Top with a few more chopped peanut butter cups. Store in the freezer till about 15 minutes before serving.


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  1. AWESOME! Going to be making this before going the way of the diet!

  2. Stacey Nary says:

    MMMMM!! I must try this one day soon!!

  3. Christina says:

    I just made this tonight and will be eating it tomorrow with dinner. I had to sneak a taste from the bowl though, and WOW, it’s delicious! Can’t wait to eat the finished product tomorrow! Thanks!

  4. This melts way too fast. Is there a way to prevent that? My consistency never looked like the pictures.

    • couponcousins says:

      Do not take it out of freezer til 15 minutes before eating. I am not sure why your consistency is not coming out right.. Are you using enough of the ingredients??

      • Michele says:

        I want to make this for the 4th of July….after I make it, do I put it right in the freezer? I will make it the day of, but how long do you freeze it for? I know you say to take it out 15 min before serving, but how long does it go in freezer or fridge?

    • I have found that using skim milk or the light cool whip can definitely interfere with consistency. Not enough “body” in the skim or light products. Just a thought…

  5. Is the cool whip supposed to be thawed when you mix it in?

  6. I want to make it this weekend, but I do not know if I cook the pudding first? Or just use the powder.

  7. Tiffane Sloan says:

    yay I found the pot :)

  8. See the pot of gold… what do you do?

  9. Joyce Poyton says:

    When I try to pin these recipes on pinterest I only get the image/pic – no recipe. Is there a way to do this. I’d like to save them in my recipe file.

  10. Phylicia phillips says:

    Found it!


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