31 Days of Halloween #5: Peanut Butter Vanilla Pie

Peanut Butter Vanilla No-Bake Pie

Peanut Butter Vanilla No-Bake Pie

I had some extra pie crusts left over in the freezer from our chocolate pies a few weeks ago, so I whipped up this cute and easy recipe. ¬†Garnished with candy corn, they’d make a great treat for any Halloween gathering! ¬†I submitted this recipe as a guest post over on the Pig of the Month BBQ Blog, so head on over there to see more photos and get directions on how to make ’em!



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