Butterfinger Pie

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This cool and creamy Butterfinger Pie is the stuff dreams are made of. It’s a no-bake dessert that’s so easy to make. Perfect for using up leftover candy and also a great excuse to buy some Butterfingers!

Butterfinger Pie


A chocolate oreo crust is filled with a rich and creamy filling with peanut butter and lots of crushed Butterfinger Candy bars.

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Cool and creamy Butterfinger Pie


Not only are Butterfingers one of the most delicious candies ever, they’re super easy to crush and once crushed, that awesome Butterfinger flavor is easily distributed throughout the entire deesert.

Every little bite of this Butterfinger Pie has lots of butterfinger flavor.

Butterfinger Pie recipe


And little bites are what you’ll want to take! This is an ultra rich, creamy, and sweet dessert. A little goes a long way. But it’s so hard to not go back for seconds.

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Butterfinger Pie

Butterfinger Pie

Course: Dessert
Prep Time: 15 minutes
Total Time: 15 minutes
Servings: 8
Author: Christin Mahrlig
This cool and creamy Butterfinger Pie is the stuff dreams are made of. It's a no-bake dessert that's so easy to make.
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  • 1 (8-ounce) package cream cheese, room temperature
  • 1/2 cup creamy peanut butter
  • 2 teaspoons vanilla extract
  • 1 1/2 cups powdered sugar
  • 1 (12.5-ounce) bag fun-sized butterfinger bars, crushed (reserve 2 bars to sprinkle on top)
  • 1 (8-ounce) container Cool Whip, thawed
  • 1 store-bought oreo or chocolate graham cracker crust


  • Beat cream cheese and peanut butter with an electric mixer until smooth.
  • Mix in vanilla.
  • Beat in powdered sugar until smooth.
  • Fold in crushed butterfingers.
  • Fold in Cool Whip.
  • Spread filling in crust. Sprinkle reserved butterfingers on top.
  • Refrigerate at least 4 hours before serving.

Recipe Source: Just A Pinch

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71 thoughts on “Butterfinger Pie

  1. I made this pie tonight and it was not only easy to make, but delicious! My family loved it and gave it a 10! I will definitely make this again. Thank you for this recipe!!

  2. Made this over the weekend – delicious! If you want to go the extra mile and do everything homemade – I did an oreo crust (25 crushed oreos + 2 Tb melted butter, pressed into pie pan uncooked). I also did real whipped cream (1.5 cups whipped to stiff peaks) instead of cool whip. Absolutely divine! Even better the next day.

  3. We made this for Mother’s Day and everyone loved it some couldn’t get enough of it lol. Thanks so much for your best recipe.

  4. Thank you very much for this extremely delicious recipe, Christin. I had been craving chocolate and just couldn’t find anything that appealed to me. I then attended a friend’s New Year’s eve party recently, and got to taste THIS pie just before leaving the party. OMGarsh! It is one of the MOST DELICIOUS desserts/pies I’ve EVER tasted. It had just the right amount of chocolate to cure my craving. My friend just gave me your recipe tonight, and I can’t wait to make it for the weekend…IF I can hold out that long. 🙂

    1. Yes I freeze them all the time we usually start a week ahead of a holiday making them and put them in the freezer and also in the summer if you are taking them for a family dinner out sider or church dinner out side you would want to at least freeze it over night and it will be thawing before you eat. Hope this helps Thanks.

  5. Making this for my husband’s birthday. I used brownies and crumbled them up with melted butter and vanilla for the crust.


  6. I found 1 bag that was 10.2oz fun size butterfingers, so I’m 2.3 oz short. But from the looks of it, it’s going to be perfect!!

  7. I wonder how recipes with butterfinger will be now that they have ruined the butterfinger with this new recipe. Why mess with perfection?? I am so sad that my favorite candy bar taste different now!

  8. I’m planning on making this for a holiday gathering but wanted to know how early the pie mixture could be made in advance. I would love to mix it all two days before (minus the candy) and then put it all together the morning of, if possible. Any advice on the feasibility of this?

  9. Rich and creamy! I sent a picture of my finish product to my daughter and told her the ingredients. She replied: I just want to stick my face in it! My husband doesn’t want to share it with the friends I made it for and who will be here shortly.

  10. Just a suggestion…. if you’ll put the Butterfingers into the freezer first, then you can just use a hammer or the back of a big spoon and crush them inside their own wrappers. Then just cut the end of the wrapper and perfectly crushed candy pours out with no mess.

  11. I have NEVER, EVER understood why people want to try a recipe but change EVERYTHING about it. If you don’t like it as written, create your own for crying out loud!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  12. Can you use artificial sweetner in place of powerded sugar,would also use sugar free cool whip but of course have to have butterfingers . Trying to cut down on sugar. Thanks

    Love butterfingers. Could you use artifical sweetner in place of powerded sugar, & also I would use sugar free coolwhip, trying to cut down on the amt. of real sugar.
    Thanks Joyce

  13. This will be my second time making it. I used a regular graham cracker crust and it turned out awesome! Everyone loves this pie. Great recipe, thank you for sharing

  14. Mine is in the fridge right now! We had some filling left over because I used tub cream cheese instead, and we are going to use it as a fruit dip. The bowl was licked clean!

    1. Have to make 2 of these for family get-together. Nephew’s girlfried takes one and puts it in the freezer for her and daughter😂😂

  15. I did not use peanut butter or the pie crust. Used a baking dish, added seedless green grapes. Also, can be used as fruit dip.

  16. I make the same pie but with crushed pineapple.

    For this butterfinger pie I recommend 1 cup powdered sugar and two cream cheese and may be less peanut butter.

    I’m sitting here eating the pie as I type this and it’s alittle to sweet.

    1. I agree. I was going to half the powdered sugar next time. It’s super tasty but REALLY sweet with all of those delicious candy bars.

      I also made my own graham cracker crust and added a bit of cinnamon and baked it first. Yummy!

      1. So change the whole recipe. Is hazelnut spread and hazelnut candies. Use coconut and some type of coconut cream pudding. All it takes is just a little imagination to change the recipe around, and I am sure it will taste great

        1. 12.5 (amount this calls for divided by 1.9 size bar you are asking about =6.57 or a little more than 6 and a half 1.9 oz bars….hope this helps

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