Peanut Butter Cup Pie Pops Recipe

Disclosure: Pillsbury provided me with the pie crust to facilitate this pie pop recipe.

Today I’m sharing a peanut butter cup pie pops recipe. A pie pop is a dessert on a stick. If you are a follower, you already know that I have a thing for peanut butter and chocolate, and Reese’s peanut butter cups recipes make me happy! I’ve made Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup Cookie Bars and Chocolate Peanut Butter Cup Popcorn. So, when I needed a pie pop filling, peanut butter cups were a natural fit!

Peanut Butter Cup Pie Pops
I’ve seen pie pops floating around online for some time now and have always wanted to try making them because eating a dessert on a stick is so much fun! When Pillsbury offered to send me a couple of coupons for pie crust so that I could come up a delicious pie pops recipe, I said of course! Then, I just had to come up with a filling idea. Most of the pie pops I’ve seen have the traditional pie fillings like fruit and nuts. I wanted to do something different. My favorite pies to order at restaurants are French Silk and Peanut Butter Cup but those are both cold fillings that are added to a baked pie crust. Then, it dawned on me…peanut butter cup pie could be made using Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups and I wouldn’t even have to make a filling; it would be ready to go from the package!

Pillsbury Crust Pie PopsI started with some ready made Pillsbury pie crust and cut out circles. Put a little flour down first. (As you can see in the photo, I didn’t use a little flour and it ended up being too much because the dough didn’t want to stick together when I was trying to seal it.) I used a 2 7/8″ circle biscuit cutter and it was the perfect size for the Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups. Squish the extra dough together, roll it out again and continue cutting out circles. I was able to get 14 circles out of the crust.

How To Make Pie PopsPush a lollipop stick all the way into a peanut butter cup without going out the opposite side. By inserting so far into the peanut butter cup, it will make the pie pops more sturdy. The peanut butter cup goes face down on one of the circles of crust and it is topped with another circle.

Seal Pie Pop CrustFirst, press the edges of dough together with your fingers. Then, use a lollipop stick to seal the two crust circles together.

Brush Egg WhitePut the pie pops on a baking sheet and brush with a beaten egg white.

Pie Pops RecipeOne pie crust made seven peanut butter cup pie pops.

Pie Pop FlavorsDrizzle pie pops with melted peanut butter chips.

Drizzle Crosshatch ChocolateNext, drizzle on melted semi-sweet chocolate chips in a crosshatch pattern.

Peanut Butter Cup Drizzled Pie PopsIsn’t that sweet? A dessert on a stick that includes peanut butter and chocolate!

Peanut Butter Cup Pie Pops RecipeHere…let me taste that delicious looking peanut butter cup pie pop…ummm…yes it is fantastic! And I still have one ready made crust to go so be on the lookout for another pie pops recipe soon!

Peanut Butter Cup Pie Pops Recipe
Adapted from Bakerella
  • 1 Pillsbury pie crust
  • 7 Reese's Peanut Butter Cups
  • 1 Egg white - beaten
  • ½ cup semi-sweet chocolate chips
  • ½ cup peanut butter chips
  1. Preheat oven to 375ยฐF.
  2. Unroll pie crust onto a lightly floured surface.
  3. Cut 14 circles from the dough using a large biscuit cutter.
  4. Push a lollipop stick all the way into each peanut butter cup without going through the opposite side.
  5. Put a peanut butter cup face down on a circle of dough and top with another circle.
  6. Seal the dough by first pressing the circles together with your fingers and then by pressing a lollipop stick into the dough around the circles.
  7. Place pie pops on a baking sheet and brush with egg white.
  8. Bake at 375ยฐF for 14-17 minutes or until golden brown.
  9. Melt peanut butter chips and semi-sweet chocolate chips in separate bowls.
  10. Drizzle melted chips over pie pops in a crosshatch patten.
Reese's Peanut Butter Cup Cookie Bars Chocolate Peanut Butter Cup Popcorn Image Map

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  1. Rachel says

    Could I make these without the lollipop stick, so they are like little mini pies? I’m just worried that without the stick, it might not be able to support itself

    • Tonia says

      Hi Kerrie-
      I think that pie tastes the best when it is fresh, so I would suggest making them close to the party. Otherwise, it might work to make them and freeze them. Happy Baking!

    • Tonia says

      That is a great idea, Sarah! I’m not sure what you would need to adjust since I haven’t made them that way. I think you would want to turn the heat down to 350 and bake them for more like 10 to 12 minutes but just watch them to see when they look done. I would love to hear how they turn out! Happy Baking! ~Tonia

  2. Tiffany says

    These look amazing! When you brush with the egg white, do you brush both sides or just the top? Thanks! I’m going to try to make them this weekend.

  3. Kristen says

    Oh my tonia! These are just scrumptious! I could eat a whole batch myself! I just made them today and theyre the best!

  4. says

    tonia these smores pie pops are amazing!!!! I made these with my kids today and they just love them … what a great idea and they taste soo yummy!!! thank you so much for this amazing recipie!!!

  5. Angela says

    Would these be able to be shipped if i made them? My dad is a huge peanut butter cup fan and this is something that would be a great treat. Any suggestions?

  6. Debbie says

    because of ingredient unavailability or should I say phillsbury pie crust is not available here in my country.
    Can I just use a recipe for pie crust?

    thanks! btw, I love this blog ๐Ÿ™‚ <3

    • Tonia says

      Hi Naomi,
      Yes, you could most definitely use homemade pie crust! I just like taking the short cuts but homemade would be delicious!
      Thanks for stopping by!

  7. Rose Gallagher says

    Oh My Tonia all I can say is that we MUST have been seperated at birth! I am over the moon for Reese’s peanut butter and chocolate. I am going to have to try these babies out real soon. Have you ever tried Reese’s Fast Breaks? I would love to use them in a recipe of some kind. Maybe I will try using them instead of the PB cups . They would just be a little smaller.
    Thanks again. ๐Ÿ™‚

    • Tonia says

      Thanks Rose! No, I’ve never tried Reese’s Fast Breaks…I’m going to have to go look them up!

  8. Trish Butler says

    These look so good and easy. They can be adapted to any holiday by changing the color of the drizzle. Now I can be stress free for some
    of the lesser holidays, Thank you soooooooooooo much. Trish Butler

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