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No Bake Peanut Butter Pie

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This No Bake Peanut Butter Pie is smooth, creamy, rich, and surprisingly healthy. This is a peanut butter pie without cream cheese, cool whip, or a graham cracker crust – and yet you’ll literally watch it disappear in front of your eyes at any dinner or gathering! It’s that good – and all with simple, wholesome, gluten-free, and dairy-free ingredients!

I love making no-bake desserts, especially during the warm summer months – like no-bake Nutella pie, strawberry cheesecake, and black bean brownies!

no bake peanut butter pie with pie on plate and bananas

Rich and Creamy No Bake Peanut Butter Pie

If you like peanut butter and banana combined and ice-cream treats, then you’re sure to love this healthy no-bake peanut butter pie! It’s creamy, decadent, and sweet, yet so much healthier than regular versions- gluten-free, oil-free, refined sugar-free, and can be dairy-free! Plus, it’s a freezer-stored dessert, perfect for the warmer summer months, along with treats like healthy key lime pie bars, carrot cake truffles, and coconut oil fudge!

Usually, we think of peanut butter pie as one of those ‘ultimate decadent desserts’ combining a biscuit base with a rich, heavy cream or cream cheese, peanut butter, cool whip, and powdered sugar filling and topped with chocolate and/or more cream. Unsurprisingly, with that many sugary, fatty ingredients, it tastes practically addictive! Which is why I decided to make healthy peanut butter pie without cream cheese or any of those ingredients; instead, this no-bake peanut butter pie focuses on ‘clean’ wholesome ingredients for a rich and wholesome treat!

Honestly, I love peanut butter treats – it tastes great, is kid-friendly, and is packed with protein. Plus, peanut butter treats don’t HAVE to be loaded with sugar – like these peanut butter oatmeal bars, peanut butter protein balls, peanut butter protein pancakes, and this no-bake peanut butter pie.

 Instead of a graham or Oreo biscuit base, this healthy peanut butter pie uses a wholesome nut-based crust. Instead of cream cheese, cool whip, creamy peanut butter, and powdered sugar – this pie combines bananas and natural peanut butter – and yet it’s dangerously delicious! (just read the comments below!). So make this healthy dessert for your family and friends today (prepped in under 30 minutes!) and just watch it disappear!

Why This Healthy Peanut Butter Pie Recipe Works?

  • This no-bake peanut butter pie is rich, decadent, and packed with flavor but without any refined sugars, unhealthy fats, or processed ingredients!
  • All you need is 8 simple ingredients; most of which are kitchen/pantry basics!
  • Make this peanut butter pie without cream cheese or, in fact, any dairy at all if you like. In fact, this recipe can be made 100% dairy-free and is gluten-free, oil-free, and refined sugar-free!
  • The combination of creamy peanut butter and banana yields a ‘nice-cream’ style melt-in-the-mouth creamy filling at a fraction of the calories of regular ice-cream-style desserts!
  • This healthy peanut butter pie ditches the processed cookie crust for a wholesome nut-based crust that is far more nourishing AND filling!
no bake peanut butter pie in pie pan

Ingredients in Peanut Butter Pie Without Cream Cheese

  • Nuts: Use ‘softer’ nuts like walnuts, pecans, and cashews (I used walnuts and cashews) to make the crust. Harder nuts like almonds won’t work as well and should be avoided.
  • Peanut butter: For the healthiest option, I recommend using all-natural, organic peanut butter with just one ingredient: peanuts (or two ingredients – with salt – in which case you can omit the salt in the recipe). Avoid peanut butter that’s packed with added sugars.
  • Bananas: You want ripe bananas with bright yellow skin. Some brown spots are fine. Just make sure they are not over ripened or green. Unfortunately, I have yet to find a suitable substitute!
  • Milk: This is used to bind the ingredients together, so use the milk of your choice.
  • Spices: I used a combination of cinnamon and vanilla extract (use natural for best results) with a pinch of salt to balance the flavors.
  • Chocolate chips: Technically optional, however, you can add chocolate chips to the top of the healthy peanut butter pie. I recommend dark chocolate chips, which contain less sugar or even sugar-free chocolate chips of antioxidant-rich cacao nibs (like I use for cacao nib brownie bites and avocado mint fudge bars).

This pie has a mild-medium banana flavor. On a scale of 1-10, I’d say it’s around a 4/5 in banana flavor.

no bake peanut butter pie ingredients

How to Make Healthy Pie with Peanut Butter

  • Process the crust ingredients: Add the walnuts, cashews, maple syrup, milk, vanilla extract, cinnamon, and salt to a food processor and process until it starts clumping up into a ball- but not too much or it’ll start processing into a nut butter.

It’s best to add only a small amount of milk at a time, adding it incrementally, until the ‘dough’ forms. I recommend adding one tablespoon to begin with, then increasing a teaspoon at a time.

  • Form the crust: Transfer the dough to a 9-inch pie dish and press down with your hands (or something with a flat bottom like a glass) until evenly spread across the bottom and up the sides. Optionally use a fork to create a patterned rim as I did.
  • Prepare the filling: Give the food processor a quick rinse after the crust and then add the peanut butter, banana, milk, vanilla, and salt. Process into a smooth and creamy mixture, pausing a couple of times to scrape down the sides of the jug.
  • Assemble the peanut butter pie: Pour the filling over your prepared crust and smooth the top with a spatula. If you’re using chocolate chips or cacao nibs, add them now, sprinkling evenly across the top of the filling.
  • Freeze the healthy peanut butter pie: Wrap the pie in plastic wrap, transfer it to the freezer, and freeze for around 3-4 hours, or until frozen. When you want to enjoy a piece, just remove it from the freezer for 30 minutes, then slice and serve!

You can also pre-slice the no-bake peanut butter pie when it’s semi-frozen, so it’s easier to remove a slice or two at a time.

Tips for Best No-Bake Pie Results

  • Wrap it well: Make sure to wrap the pie well in the freezer so it doesn’t absorb odors/flavors from surrounding food.
  • Using natural peanut butter: Since this is a freezer dessert, there’s not a problem with using natural peanut butter (which can separate in chilled but not frozen desserts).
  • To slice the no-bake peanut butter pie: I recommend slicing it when it’s semi frozen, while it’s easier to slice. For cleaner slices, dip your knife in hot water (and wipe it away) between each slice.

Add In’s and Variations

Part of the charm of this peanut butter pie without cream cheese is its simplicity. However, there are several ways you can adjust the recipe, including:

  • Add a ganache topping: Replace the (optional) dark chocolate chips with a ‘healthy-ish’ thin layer of chocolate ganache, which won’t freeze quite as solid as a layer of melted dark chocolate. Combine 1/4 cup melted dark chocolate with 1/4 cup plus 1tbsp coconut cream from a can of coconut milk, mix, pour over the pie, and freeze. This will be a very thin layer. If you don’t mind slightly more sugar/fat, then you can use 1/3-1/2 cup of each.
  • Nuts: You can sprinkle a handful of crushed peanuts over the top of the healthy peanut butter pie instead of (or alongside) the chocolate chips.
  • Chocolate crust: You could also adapt this into a healthy chocolate peanut butter pie by adjusting the crust to a chocolate flavor with the addition of cocoa powder or Dutch-processed cocoa (used in Oreo’s). I recommend using a 50:50 mix – start with 1tbsp and increase if needed.
  • Peanut butter and jelly: You can create a healthier raspberry jelly with a combination of pureed raspberries, maple syrup or honey, and chia seeds (optionally with a little vanilla) left to thicken into a jam consistency. I recommend 250g raspberries with 2-3tbsp maple/honey and 3tbsp chia seeds. Spread a thin layer of this across the crust before adding the peanut butter filling for simple peanut butter and jelly no-bake pie! You can, alternatively, use a store-bought low-sugar jam/jelly, but most are still packed with sugar, so I avoid it.
  • Mini peanut butter pies: Rather than one large pie, feel free to make smaller mini peanut butter pies by dividing the crust and filling into a silicone muffin tray or small dessert rings. The size of the mold you use will vary the number of mini pies you’re able to make.


Can you freeze no bake peanut butter pie?

Yes – In fact, this no bake peanut butter pie is meant to be stored in the freezer!

Can I substitute bananas in healthy peanut butter pie?

Unfortunately, I haven’t found another option that works as well as bananas for this dessert. I’ve tested tofu and dates but neither worked. If you’re worried about there being any banana flavor, you could omit one banana and use around 1/3 cup whipped coconut cream in its place – but then the pie will contain higher levels of fat and calories. I’ve used equal parts Greek yogurt and peanut butter (plus maple/honey) before, too, in a fridge-friendly version- but haven’t tried it frozen.

Can I add cocoa powder to make this no bake chocolate peanut butter pie?

You sure can. Feel free to add cacao/cocoa powder to the filling or crust. You could also use Dutch-processed cocoa to add to the crust (the cocoa that’s used to give Oreo’s their signature flavor) – that way you can make a healthier Oreo-style crust.

Why is this peanut butter pie healthy?

Unlike regular peanut butter pie which is packed with unhealthy fats, tons of sugar, and processed ingredients, this healthy peanut butter pie combines natural peanut butter with bananas and a healthy, wholesome nut-based crust for a pie that tastes rich but nourishes your body.

Serving Recommendations

Enjoy a slice of this no-bake peanut butter pie alone, topped with some coconut whipped cream, or with an extra drizzle of melted dark chocolate.

I like to serve this pie as a treat after summery cookouts and gatherings where we enjoy lots of grilled foods or dishes like salmon or chicken burgers. That way, this dessert feels decadent but not too ‘heavy.’ You can also serve it as a part of a dessert spread alongside options like healthy lemon bars and Instant Pot cheesecake bites.

Making this Healthy Pie in Advance

This no-bake peanut butter pie is a frozen dessert – which means it is made to store in the freezer not the fridge! Once frozen, the healthy pie will store for up to three months.

To serve, thaw the entire pie (or a single slice) for 10-20 minutes on the counter. And then it’s just like ice cream with melt in your mouth creamy peanut butter flavor!

If you plan to serve the entire no-bake peanut butter pie in one go, you can refrigerate the thawed pie for up to 1/2 a day.

If you’d prefer to enjoy this treat un-frozen, it’s best to make them as ‘individual’ treats in cups/jars and eat them within 1-2 days. You may also reduce or omit the banana and, instead, use equal parts thick Greek yogurt and creamy (not natural) peanut butter.

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No Bake Peanut Butter Pie

No Bake Peanut Butter Pie {Healthy}

This No Bake Peanut Butter Pie is smooth, creamy, rich, and surprisingly healthy. This is a peanut butter pie without cream cheese, cool whip, or a graham cracker crust – and yet you'll literally watch it disappear in front of your eyes at any dinner or gathering! It's that good – and all with simple, wholesome, gluten-free, and dairy-free ingredients!
4.95 from 19 votes
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Course: Dessert
Cuisine: North American
Prep Time: 25 minutes
Chilling Time: 4 hours
Total Time: 4 hours 25 minutes
Servings: 10 slices
Calories: 382kcal
Author: Olena Osipov


Pie Crust:

Peanut Butter Filling:

  • 1 cup smooth peanut butter unsweetened and unsalted
  • 3 medium-large bananas ripe (very yellow or with many brown spots)
  • 3 tbsp any milk I used almond milk
  • 2 tsp pure vanilla extract
  • 1/4 tsp salt
  • 1/3 cup dark chocolate chips mini or regular


  • Make crust: In a food processor, add walnuts, cashews, maple syrup, milk, pure vanilla extract, cinnamon and salt.
    No Bake Peanut Butter Pie
  • Process until a ball of dough forms, stopping and scraping the sides of the bowl. Be careful not to over process the crust into a nut butter.
    No Bake Peanut Butter Pie
  • Transfer “the dough” to a 9″ pie dish and flatten on the bottom and sides with your hands to make a pie shell. You can make a pretty rim using the fork.
    No Bake Peanut Butter Pie
  • Make filling: Give the food processor a rinse, wipe with a towel and add peanut butter, bananas, milk, vanilla extract and salt.
    No Bake Peanut Butter Pie
  • Process until smooth, pausing and scraping the sides of the bowl.
    No Bake Peanut Butter Pie
  • Assemble the pie: Pour filling into the prepared crust, smooth top with a spatula and sprinkle with chocolate chips
    No Bake Peanut Butter Pie
  • Cover with plastic wrap and freeze for 3-4 hours or until frozen.
    No Bake Peanut Butter Pie
  • Thaw on a counter for about 30 minutes before slicing and serve.
    No Bake Peanut Butter Pie

Store: Freeze covered for up to 3 months. Do not refrigerate. Thaw for 30 minutes before serving.


    • Nuts: You want to use softer nuts like walnuts or pecans and cashews to make the crust. Hard nuts like almonds won’t work. If you have salted nuts, omit salt in the crust.
    • Peanut butter: Make sure to use plain peanut butter. If you buy organic, you are 100% guaranteed to have only peanuts listed as an ingredient. I also used unsalted but if you happen to have salted one, just skip salt in the recipe. You can also use almond butter.
    • Bananas: No substitutes! You would want ripe bananas with bright yellow skin. Some or many brown spots are fine. Just make sure they are not completely brown or green.
    • Milk: Any milk works. It is used mostly to help bind ingredients together.
    • Pie dish size: There are deep and more shallow but wide pie dishes. If you have a deep one, like mine pictured, push down the crust a bit on the sides so filling reaches the edges.


    Serving: 1slice | Calories: 382kcal | Carbohydrates: 25g | Protein: 12g | Fat: 28g | Saturated Fat: 6g | Cholesterol: 1mg | Sodium: 149mg | Potassium: 478mg | Fiber: 4g | Sugar: 12g | Vitamin A: 23IU | Vitamin C: 3mg | Calcium: 72mg | Iron: 2mg
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    1. 5 stars
      My family loved it and we are not healthy eater…yet. Thanks so much for the recipe! I might add melted dark chocolate next time to the filling (to stiffen it up instead of cocoa powder.)

    2. 5 stars
      Oh my goodness this is soooo good! My husband said it tastes like a nutter butter cookie ?. I actually made the crust using crumbles from a peanut butter cookie fail (no wasting here!)! I also made homemade whipped cream with stevia and spread it over the top before freezing then drizzled melted semi sweet chocolate chips….yum!!! Awesome recipe! I tried attaching a picture but for some reason it’s not working. I will be making this again!

    3. 5 stars
      Absolutely delicious and decadent! It’s really hard to believe it’s so healthy but it is!

    4. 5 stars
      Delicious! I have been looking for recipes like this to serve my family. I call it “Elvis’s Peanut Butter Banana pie” because you definitely taste the banana. Thanks! I’ll try some of your other recipes.

    5. 5 stars
      This pie is amazing-I have made it several times. I do cheat a bit and use regular peanut butter, but go light on the chocolate chips. A small slice is more than satisfying. I don’t have to feel guilty about dessert! This one is definitely a keeper.

    6. 5 stars
      This is delicious! At first, I doubted myself making a pie crust, but it was so easy and this didn’t even last a week in my house. My husband is a peanut butter “nut.” The peanut butter and banana work so well together.

    7. 5 stars
      Love this recipe. Its healthy, easy, and now that I’m dairy free, its compatible with my new diet. Friends and family love it too!

    8. Hi. I have been looking for recipes with low weight watchers points, so I was excited when I saw this recipe for a pie that was only 1 pt per slice. I went and bought the ingredients for this pie. But when I put it into Weight Watcher’s Recipe Calculator it came out as 12 pts per slice!! Using PB2 and less chocolate chips, I could still only get it down to 8 pts per slice, or 82 pts per pie. Which is way too much. Not sure if there’s something I’m missing, or what the huge difference in pts could be?


    9. I just tried making this recipe as a trial run for my boyfriend’s birthday in a couple weeks. It turned out well for the most part, but I would like a stronger peanut butter taste to it. What do you suggest?

      1. I suggest one less banana and more peanut butter, then if necessary add maple syrup or honey to taste (probably will have to). Should work!

    10. I love peanut butter, and making it into a pie is definitely the dream for us lovers. Thank you for sharing such a nice recipe. All the best to you.

    11. I got so excited when I saw peanut butter pie, as my boyfriend and I love pb! However he is deathly allergic to bananas. Is there any substitution for those?!

      1. Awe that is a horrible allergy. Sorry no substitute. Check out on chocolate covered Katie website for similar pie with tofu. I think she has a few.

        1. I would use greek yogurt or tofu for a substitute. I have done yogurt and its amazing. A lot less carbs and calories than bananas and more protein.

    12. I searched for this recipe as I had a few bananas and peanut butter to use up. Made the pie today and it is now in the freezer. Once thawed how long (approx) would it keep if put in the fridge?

    13. 5 stars
      Seriously delicious! I wasn’t sure how it would turn out since the ingredients seemed so simple, but even my boyfriend, who hates most things gluten free and isn’t a fan of the “earthy crunchy” foods, LOVED it! He was raving about it! We’ll definitely be making this again!

      1. Yay! Well, I hate most things that should be with gluten made gluten free. Yucky chemical food. However, all whole foods naturally gluten free are tasty.:)

    14. This might sound like kind of a silly question, but how banana-y does this taste? I’m not crazy about the taste of bananas but I LOOOOOVE peanut butter pie, so I’m just wondering if the peanut butter is strong enough to semi mask the taste? Thanks!

    15. Hi 🙂 this recipe looks amazing! I was just wondering if you can taste the banana in this? If so is there any substitute for it? I’m not the biggest fan of banana flavours lol. Thank you!

      1. Hi Suki. Yes, you can taste banana here. Imagine PB with banana – if you do not like that, you wouldn’t like the taste of this pie. Sorry I don’t think there are substitutes. Bananas are quite unique in their volume qualities. Maybe this banana free recipe will work for you?

    16. 4 stars
      Hi, thanks for a great recipe! Tried this today and taste-wise it’s delicious, but looks nothing like yours. I probably processed the crust too long (strike one) and used natural peanut butter instead of one with sugar for diabetic reasons (strike two). My pie was really flat, do you think that’s why? Would regular peanut butter whip up fluffier and create a “higher” pie?

      1. Hi Yvonne. I use organic PB so I do not think your natural one was the issue. I think it was the bananas. Either they weren’t ripe enough or too small. Try bigger bananas. I caught myself thinking what medium size is was actually small at some point. Let me know!

    17. This looks awesome and I plan to make it very soon. Quick question, have you tried this with the natural peanut butter? Or is the organic PB with all the sugar? Also do you think it tastes best with honey, maple syrup or agave? I want to get it perfect! I would love to try have natural peanut butter and half of the sugary stuff but I don’t want it to effect the taste!

      1. I used organic peanut butter. I have never bought the cr@py one so can’t tell how that tastes and why would you wanna use it anyways?!:) My preference is maple syrup taste wise!

    18. 5 stars
      I made this pie for Thanksgiving. It was delicious. The only thing weird is my crust looked absolutely nothing like yours and I follow the recipe to a T. Mine looked/tasted like a Lara Bar — still delicious, but doesn’t look as pretty. Regardless, I’ll be making it again!

      1. Have you used Medjool dates? Larabars are dates with cashews essentially.:) What was different ? Colour or texture? I wonder if the look depends how long you processed the nuts for. Or how powerful is your food processor. Glad you liked it!:)

    19. Hi! Just finished making this and so curious to see how it turns out! Is the base supposed to be chunky? Mine had some nut chunks… Also it won’t turn out as high i think because the dish was a bit wider… So presentation wise it might not look as good! Also, after you take it out of the freezer can you put it in the fridge after?

      1. The base is supposed to be smooth. If you had chunks means you should process the nuts a bit longer into a coarse powder. You should store this pie in the freezer and it’s OK to keep it in the fridge for a few hours. It tastes best thawed after 30 minutes, kind of soft serve ice cream. Hope this helps.

      1. Oh, my…That usually happens when you process nuts for too long. Oil and nut butters do not really freeze. I recommend using this nut butter as a nut butter, in a filling for the pie or spread on a toast (you can store it in the fridge and even add your own flavours like chocolate to it), and make a new crust.

    20. 5 stars
      I got to give it up to you, this was divine, and absolutely guilt free! I am eating a slice as we speak, and going to devour another right after—it was that good! Thanks for the recipe Olena, and happy to have stumbled upon your blog.

      1. …and just to add, I was too lazy to make the crust so just bought a ready made one, but next time will try your crust recipe as it sounds delicious!

        1. I kind of wonder if rum would go good in place of the vanilla extract… I mean, banana foster is pretty delicious and is rum and bananas

          1. or maybe both would be good, just replace a little of the milk with it. What do you think?

          2. And another question, does it have to be those specific nuts? Like, what if i don’t have cashews?

          3. Why not?! There is vanilla rum. Feel free to use both. I don’t think you need any milk. You could use almonds instead of cashews. Or walnuts would be OK too. Oh and hazelnuts. Pecans would be overwhelming a bit in my opinion.

    21. 5 stars
      I’m so glad you responded quickly I am making this right now! The crust and filling are amazing. I can’t wait to take this to a cookout tomorrow!!

    22. Hi Olena!
      I´m from Brasil and recently discovered your blog and I will tell you that I´m also on a fit journey: eat clean and hard gym!
      I´m absolutely crazy about the combo banana and peanut butter, and of course I will try this recipe. I´m sure I will be addicted!
      Thanks for sharing! 😉

      1. Hi Deborah. Ah, Brazil – on my list to visit one day. Must be gorgeous! It’s a journey, that’s right. I’m sure you will love this pie and will be addicted just like me.:)

        1. Our beaches are amazing! Let me know if you come some day!
          By the way America is on my wish list since I was born 😉 and I´m going to make my dream come true on august! So happy! :))))

          1. No doubt, I love your beaches! Let’s do house swapping for a month?!:) What do they call it, house sitting or smth?! LOL. Have fun in America! Don’t forget to bring your healthy food. Kidding but not. Serious issue though.

    23. This looks fantastic. The boyfriend is allergic to PB, but I am so trying this with almond butter!

    24. Stumbled upon this glorious recipe on Pinterest. Good thing I bought 6kgs of bananas today! Going to make this now. Like right NOW :3

    25. Just wanted to let you know that I made this and it is SOOOOO delicious. Just like you, I need duct tape to stop myself from eating this. The crust is delicious also. It could almost pass for graham cracker crust. This sure hits the spot in my healthy/clean eating journey when I crave something sweet. Thank you for this recipe.

      1. You are so welcome! I still have some in my freezer but I think I overate it while developing the recipe LOL. Which is kinda a good thing.

    26. Could I substitute PB2 or peanut butter made from peanut flour or will that change its consistency/flavor?

      1. As long as you bring PB2 to the consistency and the required amount of PB in the recipe. Or even half the amount. You will just have a smaller pie. Yeah, you should be fine, it goes in the freezer anyways.

    27. Happy Valentines day to us. I have everything on hand to make this beauty. I never turn down ice cream for snack time. I do not drink….not missing anything I see! Good for you. And good luck to you. Thanks for sharing. Would love you to share this on Real food Fridays AT My lamp is full!

    28. This looks so good! My husband, oldest son, and I love peanut butter. But, my youngest 2 kids are allergic to peanuts! We all love bananas. I wonder how this would be with almond butter??? No wine… are you crazy!! I think we have to get together lol. I’ll make this pie for the 3 out of 5 of us!

      1. I’m sure this pie will work with almond butter, any nut butter probably. I’m crazy and you are crazy for thinking about getting together with all of us crazies.LOL. No, we are actually well behaved, most of the time.

    29. I saw your pie on Taste spotting and it looks amazingly delicious! You have mad food photography skills. I’m trying something like this as soon as I can get to the store for nannas!

    30. Oh goooodness, Olena! I ca m envision having a pie like that for breakfast, lunch, snack, and dinner! 🙂
      P.S. I’ve been in recovery from my alcoholism for 16 years (thanks be to the grace of God), so I’m not going to encourage you to pick the bottle of wine back up. Life is awesome without it…have more pie! 🙂

      1. Congratulations and big respect, Becca! Good for you, my friend! I admire people who were able to “stop the bleeding” and start all over again. Thankfully I’m not an alcoholic but I smoked for years and finally quit 3 years ago. So, the issue is close to my heart. I’ll keep having more pies for now LOL.

    31. No, the pie is not bad at all. The problem is the size of my servings.:) Oh well. I’m sure I won’t get fat even by eating all of it.

      1. Vegan, baby. Vegan dessert again.:) I’m out of control with vegan desserts and slow cooker recipes.LOL

    32. Wow, that looks more delicious than delicious!!! I’ve made peanut butter banana ice cream before and it tasted divine but I’m sure with the addition of chocolate chips and nuts this will be even more so. Thanks for the recipe! Will definitely try it out!

      1. Yes, like who doesn’t like PB with bananas?! I need to get an ice cream maker and will try it as ice cream. I probably will become fat this summer.LOL

        1. Any suggestions for someone who is allergic to bananas? I know… it’s terrible, but all these wonderful recipes and they all call for bananas… what can I use instead? HELP!

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