From the classic ‘Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup’, an awesome recipe that’s been around for awhile but is always good to make for your Valentine.


Reese’s Mud Pie


This mud pie is GOOD! It’s creamy and very simple to make. And it is actually quite inexpensive — I think the last time we made this, it cost about $6 dollars for 2 pies! And the cool thing about this recipe is that I am sure it would taste equally amazing if you replaced the Reese’s with Butterfinger, Snickers, Heath Bar, or any other kind of candy bar.

Reese’s Mud Pie

2 graham cracker pie crusts
8-10 Reese’s peanut butter cups, refrigerated and chopped
1 (12 oz) container whipped cream, thawed (divided)
1 (8oz) cream cheese, softened
3/4 sugar
1 (3oz) pkg. instant chocolate pudding
1 (3oz) pkg. instant butterscotch pudding
3 c. milk

Place half of the chopped Reese’s onto each pie crust. Whip together half the whipped cream, sugar, and softened cream cheese until nice and smooth. Spread half of the mixture over top of the Reese’s on each crust. Mix together puddings and milk, and refrigerate for about 3 minutes. After it is cool, mix again for a couple seconds (to smooth it out) and put half over the cream cheese mixture on each pie. Cover (with the plastic lids that come with the pie crusts) and refrigerate for about 1 hour. Top each pie with remaining whipped cream, then sprinkle with remaining Reese’s. Drizzle with caramel topping (if you have it) before serving.

This dessert can easily serve 12-14 people.