Peanut Butter Pie Pops
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Packed with nutritious ingredients and ready in minutes, these Peanut Butter Pie Pops are a version of the classic pie, in healthy form. Greek yogurt, Almond Breeze Almondmilk Coconutmilk Vanilla Unsweetened, peanut butter, and honey makes these pops suitable for breakfast, a mid-morning snack, or even as a healthy dessert!
Ok, Friday, let’s do this!
We’re at the end of the week and I’ve got lots of peanut butter in store for you. And peanut butter makes everything better, right? In my mind, it beats chocolate.
Yep, you heard that right. If I was given a choice of peanut butter or chocolate, I would pick the creamy spread every single time.
It’s creamy, it’s dreamy, and oh-so delicious! I sound like I’m promoting a commercial, don’t I? Don’t worry, I’ll stop and just entice you with these Peanut Butter Pie Pops. You know, because lots of peanut butter is involved. And even a bit of chocolate for those that just can’t get enough.
But let me back up just a little bit before we dive into these enticing Peanut Butter Pie Pops.
As you may know, Blue Diamond is one of my favorite products for almond milk and almonds. They use only the freshest ingredients and can always be counted on for their quality products. So when I received the opportunity to try Almond Breeze Almondmilk Coconutmilk Vanilla Unsweetened, I couldn’t wait to try it. The texture is smooth and creamy and the taste is delicious!
As soon as I tasted the milk, I knew it would make a tasty ingredient in these Peanut Butter Pie Pops. Packed with nutritious ingredients and ready in minutes, these pops are a version of the classic pie, in healthy form. Greek yogurt, Almond Breeze Almondmilk Coconutmilk Vanilla Unsweetened, peanut butter, and honey makes these pops suitable for breakfast, a mid-morning snack, or even as a healthy dessert!
With just six ingredients and about two minutes of prep time, you can have these Peanut Butter Pie Pops ready to go in no time!
The Greek yogurt provides a punch of protein, while the Almondmilk Coconutmilk Vanilla adds a hint of flavor and vitamins. Combine that with creamy peanut butter and honey and you have a treat that beats the heat and is lip-smackin’ good.
And the best part about these Peanut Butter Pie Pops is that you throw all of the ingredients into a blender and blend away. There are no bowls to wash, simply a blender and your measuring tools.
After the pops are frozen, melt some chocolate and crush a few graham crackers. Dip those pops into the chocolate, and then roll into the graham cracker crumbs and place back into the freezer for about 10 minutes. Once the chocolate is set, the Peanut Butter Pie Pops are ready to be devoured!
These pops are the perfect frozen treat for when you need your peanut butter fix, but want to eat healthy, too. The chocolate coating and crushed graham crackers gives these pops that pie-like texture, which is the icing on the cake, err, pie!
Looking for more healthy snacks? I’ve got you covered!
Peanut Butter Pie Pops
- 1 cup vanilla Greek yogurt
- 1 cup Almond Breeze Almondmilk Coconutmilk Vanilla Unsweetened, or milk of choice
- ½ cup creamy peanut butter
- ¼ cup honey
- ½ cup chocolate chips
- ¼ cup crushed graham crackers
- In the cannister of a blender, add the Greek yogurt, Almond Breeze Almondmilk Coconutmilk Vanilla Unsweetened, peanut butter and honey. Blend until smooth.
- Pour mixture into 6 popsicle molds, place into the freezer, and freeze for at least 4 hours, or until hardened.
- When popsicles are frozen, melt chocolate chips in a medium bow in the microwave until smooth, stirring every 15 seconds.
- Remove popsicles from mold, dip 1/4 of the way into chocolate, and then dip into graham cracker crumbs.
- Place popsicles on a tray lined with parchment paper and place back into freezer for 10-15 minutes, or until chocolate sets.
You know I’m gonna love these! PB is one thing, and then the lovely chocolate coating adds even more fun. Perfect weekend treat, Gayle! Enjoy your Friday!
Thanks, Mir! It’s definitely a great way to start out the weekend!
Hooold the phone. Peanut butter PIE in popsicle form?? Where do you even get these awesome ideas, Gayle?? These pops are screaming my name. And I’ve just decided that they’ve just gotta happen this weekend. 😉
Thanks for the popsicle love, Sarah! This is one easy and oh-so delicious treat!
Oh my gosh, talk about a PERFECT end of summer treat! Love this idea – I am pinning for a Labor Day weekend must-make!
Thank you, Kate! Hope you love these pops if you try them!
Gayle, I love the flavor combo here!!! these pops look so good!!! peanut butter pie?! and the Almond Breeze Almondmilk Coconutmilk! love!!
Thank you, Alice! These pops really do taste like peanut butter pie, in healthy form!
I am always happy when people post peanut butter recipes. But, saying that peanut butter beats chocolate? Oooooh, controversial!
I wish I had some of these in my freezer now.
Haha it is controversial, Dannii, but so true for me! 🙂
Great minds think alike again lol, no? I had peanut butter on my mind today too! These look perfect, PINNING!
Thanks for the peanut butter love and pin, Katalina!
I love peanut butter pie — making pops inspired by that is such a clever idea! These look amazing, and perfect for a Friday treat! I adore almond milk, too — it would be so great in these! Pinned.
Thanks, Marcie! I love peanut butter pie too, so I was excited to create a treat that was on the healthier side!
These pops are fantastic, Gayle. Peanut butter pie is everyone’s favorite and the fact that you made it into a pop is genius. These are going to be a huge hit!
Thank you, Jen!
Ooh wee, these look so good, Gayle. I could easily eat about 4 of them by myself, even though I know that would be greedy. I love it. Honey and peanut butter just belong together.
Thanks for the kind words, Neeli! These pops are definitely on the healthier side, so it’s ok to indulge just a bit! 🙂
What a great idea, Gayle! I love homemade popsicles and I’m always looking for new flavors! 🙂
Thanks for the popsicle love, Sina!
Love pb and these pops are awesome! Need to make them this weekend, because I have some of this milk left 🙂
Thanks, Mira! I’ve been munching on these pops all week!
Oh my goodness talk about delicious! Plus they are gorgeous! Great post Gayle!
Thanks, Shelby! These pops sure hit the spot!
Blue diamond makes the best almond milk as far as I am concerned! and I too (sometimes) favor PB over chocolate…sometimes.. I’m not fully committed to that statement! These look amazing, and maybe even a little healthy! Pinning!
Haha well at least you can partially agree with me on pb over chocolate! 🙂 These bars are definitely on the healthier side, Amber! Thanks for the pin!
Okay, I like peanut butter but more than chocolate?! Not for this girl! I actually only eat peanut butter in dessert, often paired with chocolate. Lol. But if I can call these breakfast I’m a happy lady!
Well lucky for you this doubles as a dessert and breakfast with peanut butter! 🙂 And I agree, chocolate and peanut butter make the best combo!
O-M-G! I need these this weekend! these look SO good!
Yum! these pops look incredible Gayle, I love the crushed graham crackers on top! PB makes everything better!
Thanks, Manali! Peanut butter definitely makes everything better! 🙂
These look SO yummy! I’m sure they taste even better :). Pinned!
Thanks, Annie! These pops are SO good!
Peanut butter will always trump chocolate in my (allergic) book! BUT you went and combined the two PLUS graham crackers for the ultimate pop-tastic experience! Wowza! Peanut butter pie is one of my favorite desserts (obviously?), so I’m smitten with the fact that you turned it into a frozen treat on a stick AND you made it healthy! My tummy and my hips thank you! 😉 pinned! Happy weekend, pretty lady! Cheers!
Yay! So glad you’re a die-hard pb fan like I am, Cheyanne! I agree, pb and chocolate definitely make one winning combo! Thanks for the sweet words and pin, friend! Happy weekend to you, too!
Delicious, Gayle! You can’t go wrong with this flavor combination, and I love that you’ve put the pie in a refreshing frozen pop form. So fun!
You had me at peanut butter pie and cold and creamy! Mmm these are totally a breakfast snack and dessert kinda treat in my book!
Thanks, Mary Frances!
Yum yum yum! Peanut butter popsicles are my favourite thing ever (banana is a close second).. and I do have to make these. They look amazing Gayle.
Thank you, Thalia! Pb and banana pops sound like such a good combo, I will have to try that next time!
I love peanut butter, but chocolate has my heart. These look amazing, Gayle!
Thanks for the kind words, Linda!
Wow they look so delicious Gayle 😀 I love that you dipped them in melted chocolate and crushed graham crackers! Stunning!
Thanks, Nadia! The chocolate and graham crackers definitely take these pops to a whole new level!
Love these flavors and the crunchy bits of graham cracker! Such a fun food, Gayle!! I need popsicle molds!
These popsicles look divine, Gayle! I love anything with peanut butter! So perfect for summer!
Thanks, Jessica! Peanut butter is the best!
Gayle, these pops look beyond gorgeous! Peanut butter pie is such a favorite but in popsicle form dipped in chocolate and graham cracker crumbs? So so creative and sounds amazing! Love that you used Blue Diamond’s almond coconut milk too!
Thanks for the kind words, Kelly! These pops are definitely one of my favorites!
Am I dreaming, or did you just say peanut butter pie pops? I must be dreaming because these popsicles look like a little slice of heaven on Earth! Next time we pick up some almond milk, these will DEFINITELY be happening! Pinned! 😀
Thanks for the kind words, Kennedy! Hope you love these if you try them!
Popsicles for breakfast, pie for breakfast! Heck yes!! These sound so yummy. And I love that they are packed full of healthy stuff!! <3
Haha thanks, Jess! You just can’t beat pie for breakfast!
I’m obsessed with these pops, Gayle!! They look amazing, especially because I’m a PB addict 🙂 yum!
Thanks for the kind words, Rachel! I’m pretty much addicted to pb, too!
These popsicles sound fantastic Gayle! I love how easy they are!
Thank you, Kelley!
So simple yet delicious! Peanut butter definately makes everything better 🙂
Peanut butter definitely makes everything better! Thanks, Laura!
Popsicles for breakfast?! I like the way you think!! Peanut butter is such an essential ingredient for us, we use it all the time. Seriously! Like a five pound jar in about a week! 🙂 I think I know what I will be doing with some of it!
Oh me too, Annie! And I’m the only one that eats peanut butter in my house, as my husband will eat it like twice a year…go figure! So these pops were perfect for my pb obsession!
I seriously need to invest in a popsicle mold…these look to die for!!
Thanks for the kind words and for stopping by, Jennifer!