Picky Bars Mini Gluten Free Peanut Butter Pie

I am a huge fan of Picky Bars (see my review HERE), and I also love to play with my food, so one morning when I was eating one of these energy bars, this recipe popped into my head. Let me brag for a moment… this recipe is insanely good and, if you love desserts as much as I do, you must try. It is really simple and it makes a mini/individual pie, so you don’t need to worry about over eating or having to share with anyone else. :)

The Picky Bar Mini Gluten Free Peanut Butter Pie

What you will need…

a small dish, bowl or ramekin

cooking spray

1- Picky Bar

3 Tablespoons of Cream Cheese; I also tried it with Pumpkin flavored CC (for vegans, substitute with Follow Your Heart cream cheese or alternative)

2 Tablespoons of Peanut or Sunflower butter

2 teaspoons or to taste of Agave syrup, honey or maple syrup

3 Tablespoons of milk or milk alternative

1 teaspoon of chopped nuts or mini chocolate chips (optional)

Whipping cream (optional)

Take your small dish or ramekin and lightly mist with non-stick cooking spray (be conservative).

Using your thumb and forefinger, squish your Picky Bar down into the dish and gently push up toward the rim of the bowl. Set aside.

In a separate mixing bowl, blend the cream cheese, nut butter, agave syrup and milk until smooth and creamy.If you like it more sweet add more syrup. Add more milk to thin if needed.

Pour into your Picky Bar “crust.”

Freeze for one hour or until firm.

Set out for 5 min. and allow to soften. EAT and enjoy!

This no bake, gluten free desert is out of this world and so easy to make! The crust is chewy carmel like and the filling is creamy and cold. I topped mine with crushed cashews, whip cream and a drizzle of carmel sauce.

About Lisa

Mother of three children under 9, including a set of twins, and wife of US Navy Diver. I love to run, write, and laugh. Yes, I have a slightly raunchy and dark sense of humor..life can be so funny.. it's how I deal with it all. Follow me on Facebook, Pinterest, Instagram, and Twitter.


  1. Wow! I don’t think I’ve ever had a recipe pop into my head!

  2. Every single ingredient up there sounds yummy. I haven’t tricked Picky bars yet though. I’m going to have to look for them. Yum!

  3. This looks amazing!

  4. A girl after my own heart! Love Picky Bars, why not make it even better in a pie? Genius!

  5. I still need to try Picky bars… that dessert looks fantastic! I love pb pie… and definitely need an individual serving to keep myself from going back for more. :) Pinning this!

  6. Ohhh that looks really yummy and decadent :)

  7. I have never heard of Picky Bars. Cute name and your recipe looks scrumptious!

  8. Oh my goodness that looks delicious! Thanks for the vegan options, I will definitely have to try this.

  9. Lauren’s husband (jessie) trains with my hubby. Kinda envious of her bars! So darn good. But i like what you did with it better. tee hee

  10. OMG yum. Just yum. We don’t have picky bars, and I want one.

  11. Ate one last night — delicious!

  12. Yum! I’ve seen picky bars on IG but haven’t found em anywhere yet. I’ll have to try this with a larabar until I find some!

  13. Well, this just looks darn amazing. I am a HUGE Picky Bar fan and rave about them all the time. I love the idea of turning one into a dessert this way!


  1. […] is a recipe by one of our most awesome Picky Bar fans, Lisa McClellan—who writes a blog called RunWiki.org. She was so kind to let us use her recipe and blog post on our website. Thanks so much Lisa! You […]

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