Yes, gentlemen, it really does exist!
A cookie crust filled with more chocolate chip cookie, caramel, chocolate, and pretzel pieces, and topped off with massive amounts of peanut butter!
People constantly ask me how I’m able to bake all the things that I make and be a diabetic at the same time. I always say, “it’s easy; my husband and kids are my guinea pigs.” And that’s the truth. I always “taste” what I’ve made, just to make sure that it’s good, but I rarely eat more than a bite. Most of what I make is for other people, and many of the new recipes come from requests.
This pie is no different. My husband LOVES sweets, and he loves ice cream, so when we had the idea to create an over-the-top pie, I took aim at Ben & Jerry’s Chubby Hubby Ice Cream…”Vanilla Malt Ice Cream with Peanutty Fudge-covered Pretzels with Fudge & Peanut Buttery Swirls” I figured, since it’s one of the most loved ice creams in the country, why not make it into a pie! It’s a bit unconventional, but totally worth the experiment!!
Chubby Hubby Pie
1 yellow cake mix-reserve ½ c. for filling
½ c. Crisco shortening
1 tsp water
Combine cake mix, water, and shortening. Press into pie plate. Bake at 350 degrees for 10 minutes. Allow to cool before filling.
½ c. yellow cake mix
3 oz. Philadelphia Cream Cheese-softened
2 TBSP oil
½ c. rough chopped pretzels
½ c. semi sweet chocolate chips
½ c. Smuckers Ice Cream Topping
1 container chocolate cake frosting
In bowl, combine cake mix, cream cheese, egg, and oil. Mix well. Stir in chocolate chips. Spread over cooled crust. Bake at 350 degrees for 10-12 minutes or until crust is lightly brown and cookie sets. Allow to cool. Spread caramel over cooled cookie layer and sprinkle with chopped pretzels. Refrigerate until set. Remove foil from cake frosting and microwave for 30 seconds. Pour cake frosting over caramel layer and allow to cool.
Peanut Butter Topping
1 c. creamy peanut butter
3 TBSP butter
1 ¼ c. powdered sugar
¾ c. Crisco
2 TSBP milk
In a small bowl, beat peanut butter and softened butter. Beat in Crisco. Gradually add powdered sugar and milk, beating until smooth. Pipe around edges and top.
Top with chocolate chips and pretzel pieces.