Snickers Silk PIe

Oh hey, it’s pie time. And with the oven being a hot commodity during the holidays, I thought I’d share an incredibly easy to-make, no-bake, show-stopping pie.

Snickers Silk Pie ~ The ultimate creamy no-bake, easy-to-make pie with a layer of dark chocolate, peanut butter and caramel, then rimmed with chopped Snickers.

This is also my entry for  Better Homes and Gardens’ Christmas Baking Contest.

Snickers Silk Pie via bakers royale

I’m honored that they invited me to participate. It’s a great event and many of my friends are participating.The contest has four baking categories: chocolate, peppermint, fruit and cinnamon. Of course I chose chocolate and adapted the Triple Chocolate Silk Pie from their website. I (1) swapped out the pastry crust for an Oreo crust (2) traded the white chocolate and semi-sweet chocolate layer for a caramel and peanut butter one, and finally, (3) I finished it with a Snickers rimming. And since this is a bracket-style contest, I’m facing off against my friend Jennifer from Savory Simple . She made a decadent Chocolate Malt Layer Cake. We would love it if you would cast a vote for either us. Vote for the one you love!

To vote click here. 

Click here to grab the original recipe and my modified version of Better Homes and Garden’s recipe Triple Chocolate Silk Pie.

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  1. Avatar for Naomi Robinson says

    It’s going to be a long hot summer Christmas here in Australia so I am so happy to see a show-stopping no-bake dessert! I can tell this will be a huge hit with my snicker’s loving family :)
    Caramel and peanut butter layers? Oh take me there!

  2. Avatar for Naomi Robinsonpatti says

    Where is the recipe for your pie? I could not find it on the link you provided…only the original…help?

  3. Avatar for Naomi RobinsonLaura says

    Did I miss the recipe for the Snickers Silk Pie? I clicked all the links but none showed the recipe :(

  4. Avatar for Naomi Robinson says

    The recipe calls for refrigerated or frozen egg product. Is there a substitute for this? Considering it’s not baked, I’m assuming I can’t use fresh eggs. Can I just omit this completely?