This keto peanut butter pie is a decadent, comforting no-bake keto dessert made with a chocolate crust and creamy peanut butter mousse. This is without any doubt the best keto peanut butter dessert, perfect for your Christmas or Thanksgiving table!
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No, a classic peanut butter pie is not keto-friendly as it contains many high-carb ingredients including confectioners sugar, a graham cracker crust or an Oreo biscuits crust, and sweetened whipped cream.
Luckily, there is an easy way to make a delicious easy keto peanut butter pie at home with only a few ingredients.
Let’s see below the ingredients you need to make the no-bake peanut butter pie crust and then the fluffy peanut butter filling.
This keto peanut butter pie recipe is made with a no-bake chocolate pie crust. While a classic no-bake pie crust contains a lot of store-bought sugar-loaded ingredients like Graham crackers or Oreo, here the crust is made with:
Simply bring all the ingredients above into a large mixing bowl and stir to combine.
You may want to use your hands to squeeze the ingredients together and form a consistent dough. It will be sticky but not wet and should look like a crumble that sticks together really well if squeezed in your hands.
I love to use a removable-bottom pan or pyrex pan for this recipe. The removable bottom pie pan is great if you want to transfer the whole sugar-free peanut butter pie onto a pie plate.
But it’s lovely to serve the pie in a pyrex dish and it slices pretty well.
Place the dough in the greased pan of your choice and press all around the pan to evenly cover the bottom and borders.
It is great to use the back of teaspoon to smooth the dough onto the pan.
This is a no-bake sugar-free peanut butter pie crust and it gets all its texture in the fridge.
The cold from the fridge firms up the crust and solidifies the coconut oil or butter to create a delicious no-bake chocolate crust.
Meanwhile, prepare the keto peanut butter cream cheese pie filling. In a large mixing bowl add the following ingredients:
To make a fluffy, light peanut butter cream cheese filling, you must use:
Whisk the ingredients on low-speed at first, this prevents the cream cheese and cream from bursting out of the mixing bowl.
Then, increase to high speed to add air to the mixture and create a fluffy cream cheese filling.
Remove the no-bake crust from the fridge and pour the peanut butter mixture in the center of the pan. Use a spatula to spread the filling all over the crust.
Return the pan to the fridge for 1 hour to set the filling.
There are many ways you can decorate this healthy peanut butter pie. Most classic no-bake peanut pie recipes are topped with chopped peanut butter cups.
If you want, you can make my keto peanut butter cup recipe, chop 3 or 4 of them and sprinkle them on top of your pie.
Otherwise, I listed below some easy keto ingredients that you can use to decorate your sugar-free peanut butter pie in a few minutes.
To set the decoration, especially the melted chocolate, refrigerate the pie again until the chocolate hardens, or freeze the pie for 5-8 minutes for a quick set.
The great thing about no-bake keto desserts: you can freeze them!
You can freeze this low-carb peanut butter cream cheese pie and thaw it in the fridge the day before serving.
Always freeze after covering it with a film of plastic wrap or a thin solid layer will for on the top.
This low-carb chocolate peanut butter pie stores very well in a cake box in the fridge for up to 4 days.
This sugar-free peanut butter pie with no-bake ingredients serves 12 slices. One slice makes a fulfilling serve and contains 5.7 grams of net carbs, without any toppings.
If you have food allergies, but still want to make the best keto peanut butter pie, I have a few alternatives for you below.
If you are not tolerating peanuts well, or want to decrease the carbs of this recipe, replace peanut butter with natural almond butter. It is also a great paleo option!
If you like Keto recipes with Peanut butter, you’ll love these:
Made this keto chocolate peanut butter pie? Share a review or comment below to tell me how it went! Also, you can get more keto recipes inspiration from me on Pinterest, follow me there!
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