Chocolate Peanut Butter Pie- Medifast Style!

This is a great alternative way to prepare Medifast Foods and have a sweet and savory “dessert” that acts as a meal-replacement!  After the pie is fully prepared and frozen, you could cut it into 1/8’s and individually wrap and re-freeze each serving!  When I make this recipe I like to use a Demarle Texas Muffin pan instead of a pie plate so that I end up with eight individual size “desserts”.  I take one out of the freezer and thaw it for about 30 minutes before eating.  Delicious!  (I also add a dallop of real whipped cream on top of mine).

Here’s the recipe:


3 pkts Medifast brownies (3 Medifast meals)
6 TBS water (or ¼ C + 2 TBS)
Mix together in a bowl, spread mixture onto bottom and sides of greased 8-9 inch pie plate (or spread between 8 individual texas muffin cups).  Helps if you spray a spatula with PAM and use that to spread the mixture around.  Bake at 375 for 12-15 minutes.  Let cool, then set in freezer for 30 minutes.

3 pkts Medifast Peanut Butter soft serve (3 Medifast meals)  (or use mocha or mint soft serve)
1½ C finely crushed ice
½ C water
3 TBS low-fat cream cheese (3 Condiments)
Finely crush the ice in a blender before adding the remaining ingredients.  When well mixed, spread over crust and return pan to freezer until firm.

2 pkts Medifast chocolate pudding (2 Medifast meals)
1 C water
1 TBS cocoa powder (3 Condiments)
Mix pudding powder and water in a blender.  After mixed, gently fold in the cocoa powder (do not blend completely).  Carefully spread over the soft serve layer.

Freeze pie until firm. Remove from freezer 20-30 minutes before cutting into 8 pieces and serving.

Makes 8 servings
In each serving:
• 1 Medifast meal
• 3/4 of a Condiment


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