REALITY MOMS PARTNER: Pillsbury™ Peanutty Pie Crust Clusters to Die For

This is a sponsored post by General Mills. All opinions are my own. 

I may not be the best cook in the world but I can rock the baking and the no-bake recipes like no other! The holidays are my favorite time of the year and it excites me to think about all the cookie swaps I’m a part of. My family often eats everything before I have the chance to do a cookie exchange so making these tasty Pillsbury™ Peanutty Pie Crust Clusters gave me a sigh of relief! This easy, ‘barely bake’ recipe rocked my house this weekend.

Family traditions during the holidays run every different direction. From the cooking to the decorating, even the cleaning can be a chore. In my house, we love to make it fun for all. Even my husband who NEVER likes getting involved in the beginning is always glad he did at the end. (He’s a bit of a Scrooge, that’s for sure!)

This time around we picked out our fun pieces for the holiday goodie swaps and went to town on the Pillsbury™ creations. He was fab at heating up the white chocolate chips, peanut butter, butter and dropping in all the pieces to the pie crust clusters pie! I let my nine-year-old do the cookie drops on the waxed paper and my four-year-old was the official taste-tester.

Pillsbury Peanutty Pie Crust Clusters RecipeOh yeah. Peanutty Pie Crust Clusters. Tasty. #SavortheSeason

Posted by Reality Moms on Monday, 18 December 2017

Before we even got the chance to taste them the four-year-old had plenty of tasting done himself! Baking is always a family tradition in our house. (And let me promise you…it doesn’t always go this smoothly!)

How to rock a Pillsbury™ Peanutty Pie Crust Cluster

  • Roll out the pie crust.
  • Cut them into cubes with a pizza cutter.
  • Toss the cubes in the oven to lightly brown.
  • Let them cool.
  • Heat the peanut butter, white chocolate, and butter.
  • Drop in peanuts & tiny baked pie crust pieces.
  • Stir and plop!

Easy right? What are some of YOUR favorite holiday treats??

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Joey Fortman (Founder, RealityMoms)

Joey Fortman is the brains behind #RealityMoms. In 2008, after 20+ years in traditional media hosting radio shows around the country, Joey traded in the microphone for a diaper bag, struggling through her own personal crisis: unemployed, overweight and lost in the land of mommy bloggers. Little did Joey know, her traditional media background would pave the way for success at Real Mom Media. As a sought after media magnet, Joey has been featured nationally on Good Morning America, Dr. Phil, Anderson Cooper, the Katie Couric Show, Dr. Oz, Redbook, The Today Show, The Talk, Fox and Friends & The Newlywed Game. When not at the sports complex with one of her kids, on an island or a grocery store run, or on Facebook Live with #RealityMoms contributors, Joey is obsessed with adult coloring.