The pie that never said goodbye: Reese’s peanut butter cup pie. Is Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup a part of your youth? If yes, there is a great chance you are still enjoying it until now. Decadent, aromatic, and mildly sweet with a noticeable blend of peanuts and butter all mixed in a good bite size cup that explodes with comforting sweetness. A comforting taste that flashest the taste buds with homemade happiness.
What is Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup Pie?
1923 was the year when the H.B. Reese Candy Company based in Pennsylvania, introduced the Penny Cups. At the time that was the marketing name due to the face that it was commonly sold for a cent. A small bite size peanut butter in-crust held by a cup borrowed that from the same materials that is used on cupcakes. On holiday seasons many variations are distributed worldwide. Since then Reese’s has been part of every household staple, a part of every thanksgiving, all occasions worth celebrating, on family and friends reunion. A happy treat for the kids.
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Various ingredients are easy to come by, it could come from your kitchen stock down to the nearest grocery stop, and can complete your list.
- 1 and ¼ cup of crunchy peanut butter
- 1 cup biscuit or cracker crumbs (graham cracker is recommended)
- 1 and Tbsp of vegetable oil
- 1 and ⅓ cup of powdered sugar
- 2 and cups of milk chocolate chips
How to make Reese's Peanut Butter Cup Pie
Now you have your own idea of what should be a signature pie of your’s but considering a quick no-bake basic steps might be a good start to discovering your own version.A quick-make or rather, no-bake version should be practically shorter to manage and tastes the same as the longer baked version of it. So, here are some recommended steps to starting that iconic pie.
* Together with the vegetable oil, heat the chocolate chips in the microwave between 45 and 55 seconds. After this you need to smoothen up the melted mixture into an even blended creamy melted chocolate. It will smell really enticing and the short test of patiences commences.
* If you will not use a non-stick spray, evenly place the parchment unto the pan. Use a spatula to scoop scoop of the melted chocolate and generously apply it from bottom to the sides.
* Immediately put the coated pan into the freezer for a quick nice freezing. When it firms up and solidifies this will form up the crusts and will hold the entire peanut butter filling.
* Prepare two separate bowls, one for the mixture of powdered sugar and cracker crumbs. This one needs to be whisked properly. The second bowl will hold the mixing of peanut butter and butter to be put in the microwave for 45 seconds then mix by stirring vigorously. After this, we mix the bowls together in a good poper mix. Powdered sugar with cracker crumbs to be mixed with the peanut butter and butter mixture. Make sure the mixture is even and consistent.
* Pull out the frozen chocolate crust from the freezer and spread inside the new peanut butter mixture evenly spread out inside the chocolate-coated pan.
* Put your attention now to the unused melted chocolate. Heat the chocolate again if it becomes less manageable in spreading on top of the entire pie. Use this as a coating on top of the entire pie. Smoothen the mix on top to the sides covering the entire filling.
* Tap the pan to ensure that melted chocolate coating covers and fills any left spaces, and also to remove small pockets of air.
* Place the completed form of the pie back into the freezer and freeze overnight.
When serving your masterpiece here are some recommendations to ensure it gets to the table in good shape.
* After a stable overnight freeze, place the pie in the main compartment of the refrigerator until it is invited to be served
* Carefully remove the pie from the pan by starting on the edges, carefully run a knife on the side to manage any possible stickiness.
* Place a plate or tray on top of the pan, put it upside down so the entire body of the pie drops off from the pan. Then when the pie is upside down on the plate or tray, place the actual serving plate or tray on top and turn upside down again.
* If unsatisfied with some uneven edges, carefully use a kitchen knife to even out the edges. Please put in mind that the crust is made up of chocolate so any slight mistake can put a big damage on the structure of the pie.
Chocolate as a main component not only provides good minerals like magnesium, iron, and zinc it also is high in saturated fat. This makes it a high energy and high calorie food. Peanut Butter as a main ingredient is loaded with Vitamins E and B6. Peanut butter is also a good source of protein and carbohydrates.
Tips and Tricks
* Ready beforehand all tools and items needed for there will be melting of ingredients involved and that needs to be processed quickly, so having all the tools near will make the process more efficient
* Please get these tools handy, 9-inch fluted tart pan; mixing bowls, parchment paper for the pan and Nonstick spray too. Measuring cups and tools, spatula, and your freezer.
In reading this, we hope to have made you something to add to your activity list this coming holidays. Sharing this project with friends and family is a sure way to have some wholesome fun capped with a homemade very comforting dessert that everyone will surely enjoy and remember.