Two pie recipes on the blog in the same day? Oh yeah! That’s because Easter was just here and pies were just made. I’m a Yoder in northern Indiana and my grandfather used to be Amish. So I’d can say I am legitimately connected in some way to their homemade goodness! Their “secret” recipes may not be so secret, however I like to pretend I have the connections.
I took my no-bake Amish peanut butter pie recipe and added a chocolate crust and Reese peanut butter cups for decoration and taste. My all-time favorite pie plates to use are the Pyrex 9.5″ scalloped plates. The pie is rich but not overbearing. The filling is vanilla flavored and the peanut butter crumbles add a slight peanut butter taste. If you visit northern Indiana and dine at some of the popular Amish restaurants such as Amish Acres in Nappanee or Das Dutch Essenhaus in Middlebury, you can find the famous Amish Peanut Butter pies. With this recipe you can now make it yourself!
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