Peanut Butter Pie Recipe with Chocolate Chips – 7 Point Total

Chocolate Peanut Butter Pie

Mmmm…..chocolate and peanut butter…I don’t know anyone who doesn’t love this decadent combination. But if you’re dieting, the only chocolate and peanut butter deserts you are having are in your dreams. Surely, there had to be a way to make this dream a reality without destroying my diet efforts. And where there’s a will, there’s a way! I found this amazing dessert recipe through Weight Watchers and I have to honestly say, this pie recipe is SO good that I CANNOT believe it’s Weight Watchers recipe!! It’s so rich and creamy, even just a few bites will satisfy you. This pie is a fabulous dessert to take to a potluck or dinner party, because it’s so delicious, that I guarantee you that no one will know it’s a low calorie recipe.

Weight Watchers Chocolate Chip Peanut Butter Pie Recipe

Ingredients:
1/2 cup(s) reduced-fat peanut butter*
4 oz light cream cheese
4 oz fat-free cream cheese
12 oz fat-free sweetened condensed milk
2 tbsp fresh lemon juice
1 cup(s) lite whipped topping, thawed if frozen
5 tbsp mini chocolate chips, divided
1 tbsp Hershey’s Chocolate Syrup
6 oz reduced fat pie crust

*You can save even more Points in this recipe by substituting the peanut butter with “Better’n Peanut Butter“, which you can find at Trader Joe’s or other health food stores. The taste is still very good, but it does a little different that the reduced fat peanut butter. Though, this substitution will save you 2 Weight Watchers Points per serving!

Directions:
In a large bowl, using an electric mixer, beat together peanut butter and both types of cream cheese until smooth. Gradually beat in milk and lemon juice; fold in whipped topping and 4 tablespoons of mini chocolate chips. Spoon peanut butter mixture into prepared pie crust; sprinkle remaining 1 tablespoon of chocolate chips over top. Drizzle with chocolate syrup. Cover with plastic wrap and freeze until firm, at least 4 hours. Slice into 10 pieces and serve. Now drift off into creamy, chocolatey, peanut buttery goodness!

Serving size = 1 slice (1/10 of pie)
One serving = 7 Weight Watchers Points (*5 Weight Watchers Points if using the peanut butter substitution mentioned above).


Comments

  1. Amandacaravello says:

    How many calories are in this?? If my calculations are correct it’s about 380 a slice, which does NOT seem very low cal to me whatsoever!!

  2. are these propoints or points??

    • These are the old Points based on Weight Watchers Points System, NOT the new Points Plus. I just haven't gotten around to updating all of my old recipes yet. All recipes after Jan 1, 2011, have the new Points Plus.

  3. I want to make this recipe BUT use Pb2 peanut butter. Also, I wanted to make seperate serving sizes using cupcake paper. Any thought on how I would do this

    • Great idea! Just follow the instructions exactly the same, except swap out the PB for the Bettern' Peanut Butter. To make seperate servings in a cupcake tin, will involve you finding a reduced fat graham cracker pie crust recipe that you can make yourself. This will allow you to divide it up amongst all the individual cupcake holders. For the filling, just pour an even amount into each cupcake holder. Sounds sooooo yummy!!!

  4. cheryl squire says:

    I made this last night and I used the Better than Peanut Butter and it was delicious!! My two girls thought it was a bit too sweet and I realized after that the can of FF sweetened condensed milk was a 14 oz can and the recipe only calls for 12 oz. I however loved it that sweet….I ate 2 pieces and felt so indulgent even though I was well within my points range! Thanks so much!

  5. It looks like there is a layer of chocolate on the bottom between the pie crust and the pie. But I don't see anything in the directions to describe it.

    • That photo is actually from the original , higher calorie recipe that was altered to be weight watcher friendly. So it's not a photo of the actual finished product. My photos never seem to come out so well, so I often use other photos as a reference point or as inspiration. Thanks for pointing this out! And thanks for reading!

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