No-Bake Deep-Dish Peanut Butter Snickers Pie with Salted Caramel


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No-Bake Snickers Pie with Salted Caramel — This rich, decadent Snickers pie has so many textures and flavors going on, there’s bound to be something for everyone! The pie is no-bake, fast and easy to assemble, but does need to freeze for a couple hours so it can set up.

No-Bake Snickers Pie with Salted Caramel — This rich, decadent Snickers pie has so many textures and flavors going on, there’s bound to be something for everyone! The pie is no-bake, fast and easy to assemble, but does need to freeze for a couple hours so it can set up.

No-Bake Snickers Pie Recipe

I really don’t care about pie crust that much, unless it’s a chocolate cookie crust. Then I want double. So I doubled it and now I care about it.

In the current sea of apple and pumpkin pies, I figured that peanut butter, chocolate, Snickers, and caramel would be refreshing. Let’s face it, those ingredients never go out of season.

If you’re looking for an easy no-bake pie that’s extremely satisfying, look no further. It’s rich, decadent, and has so many textures and flavors going on, that it’s bound to have something for everyone.

close up of slice of no bake snickers pie on white plate with bite missing

The crust is extra thick and because of that, you’re going to want to make this in a springform pan rather than a traditional pie dish. You could probably make it in a 9-inch square pan, but I went with my 9-inch springform pan. Plus, it’s easier to get the slices of pie out when you can remove the other ring.

The cookie crust is thick, firm and chocolaty, and the perfect crunchy contrast to the smooth, soft, creamy peanut buttery filling.

The cream cheese in the filling adds a slight tanginess and is a flavor undertone, which takes a backseat to the intensity of the nicely pronounced peanut butter.

no bake snickers pie on glass cake stand

The abundance of diced Snickers on top add so much texture and flavor. I love Snickers and love Snickers Cookies, so it was about time I used them again in a recipe.

I’ve happily been plucking them off the top to the point that part of the pie is naked. Whoops.

The salted caramel drizzle is really the icing on the cake. Or pie. Make your own or use storebought. I used Trader Joe’s. The slight saltiness helps to cut some of the sweetness from the Snickers and Oreo crust.

And everything is better with drippy, luscious caramel sauce.

side view of slice of no bake snickers pie with cake stand in the background

What’s in No-Bake Snickers Pie? 

To make this easy no-bake pie recipe, you’ll need: 

slice of no bake snickers pie on white cake plate

How to Make Snickers Pie

To make the crust, I pulverized one 20-ounce package of Trader Joe’s version of Oreo cookies in my food processor.

I used chocolate-filled rather than vanilla-filled, but most any chocolate sandwich cookies will work. I believe there were 43 cookies in the package in case you’re counting cookies based on package sizes.

Combine the crumbs with butter and press the thick, sludgy and fudgy mixture into the pan. No need to even bake it for the crust to set up. I love no-bake desserts.

overhead view of no bake snickers pie on glass cake stand

For the filling, I combined 8 ounces of light spreadable cream cheese (Trader Joe’s), one 8-ounce container of Fat Free Cool Whip, with peanut butter, confectioners’ sugar, and dash of vanilla.

After mixing together the filling, turn it out onto the prepared crust and then top it with diced Snickers, or your favorite candy.

Drizzle with salted caramel sauce, and then freeze your 8-pound creation for at least a couple hours, or overnight. I froze it for 3 days before I sliced into it because I was waiting for the perfect sunny day to photograph it.

slice of no bake snickers pie on white plate

Do I Have to Use Cool Whip? 

I know I’ll be asked about substitutions for the Cool Whip from international readers or for people who don’t have access to or like storebought whipped topping. Whipping your own cream and adding sugar is very iffy. The stabilizers in Cool Whip prevent the pie from deflating and give it some structure.

You’re welcome to try using homemade sweetened whipped cream, but I don’t really recommend it, and this may not be the recipe for you.

Can I Use Another Type of Candy? 

Of course! I used the new Peanut Butter Squared Snickers. They’re like the classic, but with a pop of peanut butter flavor, and in a square shape rather than logs. They’re more peanut buttery than the classic, but don’t blow me away with peanut butter flavor. In this recipe, they’re a nice complement to the peanut butter filling, but use what you can find.

If you have extra or leftover Halloween candy (or Easter, birthday party, etc.) to use, mix-and-match and use that instead of Snickers.

overhead view of no bake snickers pie on glass cake stand with slice missing

Can I Make No-Bake Snickers Pie in Advance? 

Definitely! You can make this well in advance of an event, even a week or so, freeze it, and serve when you’re ready. It does make a big ole pie, but since it freezes perfectly and lasts for a good month in the freezer (we’ve been chipping away at it for awhile), I view it like having a big tub of ice cream in the freezer.

Can I Add a Different Topping? 

Of course! Feel free to top this Snickers pie with whatever you want. I like the saltiness of the caramel sauce with the sweet Snickers, but you could also do a peanut butter drizzle, hot fudge sauce, you name it. 

side view of no bake snickers pie on glass cake stand

Can I Use a Different Nut Butter? 

I’m not sure. Classic peanut butter (from a brand like Jif) is quite thick and creamy, whereas most other seed and nut butters are on the runny side. I worry that the Snickers pie wouldn’t set up properly if you substituted another nut butter. 

Can I Make This No-Bake Pie Gluten-Free? 

I believe so, yes. Just substitute the Oreos for a gluten-free alternative. Double check that the remaining ingredients are certified gluten-free as well. 

no bake snickers pie on glass cake stand

Tips for Making Snickers Pie 

I used lighter and fat-free products to make this Snickers pie so I know they work. When cooking and baking, it’s never safe to assume that lighter ingredients will work the same as their full fat counterparts, but in this case, you’re safe.

Also, use classic store-bought peanut butter, like Jif or Skippy, not homemade or natural peanut butter. You don’t want the oil separating out. Having the oil rise to the top of your pie wouldn’t be pretty.

When ready to serve, allow pie to come to room temperature for about 15 minutes before slicing. The filling doesn’t really freeze solid and doesn’t get as hard as ice cream does.

No-Bake Snickers Pie with Salted Caramel — This rich, decadent Snickers pie has so many textures and flavors going on, there’s bound to be something for everyone! The pie is no-bake, fast and easy to assemble, but does need to freeze for a couple hours so it can set up.

No-Bake Snickers Pie with Salted Caramel — This rich, decadent Snickers pie has so many textures and flavors going on, there’s bound to be something for everyone! The pie is no-bake, fast and easy to assemble, but does need to freeze for a couple hours so it can set up.

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No-Bake Deep-Dish Peanut Butter Snickers Pie with Salted Caramel

No-Bake Deep-Dish Peanut Butter Snickers Pie with Salted Caramel

This rich, decadent Snickers pie has so many textures and flavors going on, there’s bound to be something for everyone! The pie is no-bake, fast and easy to assemble, but does need to freeze for a couple hours so it can set up.

Prep Time 20 minutes
Chill Time 3 hours
Total Time 3 hours 20 minutes



  • 20-ounce package chocolate sandwich cookies, crushed to fine crumbs (I used chocolate-filled Trader Joe’s version of Oreos – 43 cookies in the package; classic Oreos or another chocolate sandwich cookie may be used)
  • 6 tablespoons unsalted butter, melted (3/4 of 1 stick)

Filling and Topping

  • 8 ounces cream cheese, softened (I used Trader Joe’s spreadable light cream cheese; reduced fat or full-fat cream cheese may be used)
  • 8 ounces Cool Whip, at room temperature (I used Fat Free Cool Whip
  • heaping 1/2 cup creamy peanut butter or honey roasted peanut butter (use Jif, Skippy or similar; do not use natural or homemade because it can separate)
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • 1 1/2 cups confectioners’ sugar
  • about 1 cup Snickers, diced small (I used Peanut Butter Squared Snickers
  • about 1/4 cup salted caramel sauce, for drizzling (I used Trader Joe’s; use your favorite brand or make Homemade Caramel Sauce


Make the crust:

  1. Spray a 9-inch springform pan with cooking spray; set aside. If you don’t have one, a 9-inch square pan would likely work, although I have not tested it. Do not use a 9-inch traditional pie dish because it will be too shallow.
  2. Crush cookies by placing them in a food processor and processing until they’re a fine dust, noting that the filling may melt a bit which is okay. Using a Vita-Mix is not ideal because it will melt the cookies before it will crush them, and you will have to work in batches, tamping down frequently. Crushing cookies in a large Ziplock and rolling over it with a rolling pin may work, provided you take your time and make sure the cookies are broken down into a fine dust. Set crumbs aside.
  3. In a large microwave-safe bowl, melt the butter, about 1 minute on high power.
  4. Add the cookie crumbs to the butter, and stir to combine. Mixture will be thick, slugdy, and fudgy.
  5. Turn mixture out into prepared pan, pressing it down firmly with a spatula and smoothing the top so that crust it flat and even; set pan aside.

Make the Filling and Topping:

  1. In a large mixing bowl, combine cream cheese, Cool Whip, peanut butter, vanilla and beat with an electric mixer until smooth and creamy, about 2 minutes on medium-high speed. Stop and scrape down the sides of the bowl. This is a recipe I found it easier to use my handheld mixer than stand mixer.
  2. Add confectioners’ sugar slowly and mix to incorporate, making sure to start mixing on low speed so sugar doesn’t fly everywhere. Beat until smooth and combined, about 2 minutes on medium-high speed.
  3. Turn mixture out onto prepared crust, smoothing the top lightly with a spatula.
  4. Evenly sprinkle with diced Snickers. I used a generous 1 cup; use more or less depending on how thick you want the candy layer.
  5. Evenly drizzle with caramel sauce; just eyeball it. Use more or less depending on how thick you want the caramel.
  6. Cover pan with clingwrap or foil to prevent freezer smells, and place pan in freezer for at least 3 hours to set up before slicing, or overnight. I made pie 3 days before slicing it.
  7. When ready to serve, allow pie to come to room temperature for about 15 minutes. Carefully remove springform ring, and slice. The pie slices easily after about 15 minutes at room temp. The filling doesn’t really freeze solid and doesn’t get as hard as ice cream does. 


  • Recipe can be made well in advance of an event, about 1 week or so, if desired.
  • Pie will keep covered in freezer for about 2 months or in the refrigerator for about 10 days. I store in the freezer because of the longer shelf life and prefer this pie well-chilled.

Nutrition Information:



Serving Size:


Amount Per Serving: Calories: 844Total Fat: 54gSaturated Fat: 30gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 19gCholesterol: 63mgSodium: 318mgCarbohydrates: 82gFiber: 4gSugar: 68gProtein: 12g

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  1. Hi Averie! This is one of my go to desserts for parties. Everyone loves it! I am making it only using Reese’s cups this time. Would you still recommend the salted caramel sauce with it or should I do something different – hot fudge/no sauce? I didn’t want it to be too sweet. Thanks so much!!

    1. I don’t think Reese’s are that much sweeter than Snickers. I still think the salted caramel would be great! Or maybe do a half and half drizzle with salted caramel and chocolate sauce or hot fudge. I don’t think you can go wrong!

      Glad this is one of your go-to desserts for parties!

  2. This looks absolutely delicious, I really want to try it though I typically fail at baking things. Thanks for sharing!

  3. Can I make a teeny complaint? I had to scroll past 15 pictures to get to the recipe. I’m sure you could have chosen much less and still had the same effect.

  4. Ah! This is super similar to my black bottom peanut butter snickers pie, how does that combo just work so freaking well? Loveee.

    1. I don’t think there is a wrong way to do PB, Snickers, and chocolate :) It always works!

  5. Just made this. Counting calories and this looks irresistible so I made it into 18 muffin tins for single serve. Can’t wait for dessert! Just found your blog and look forward to trying some of your entree ideas!

    1. You made them as single serving muffins!! WOW You are GOOD! That is a lot of patience and layers. I hope those 18 people REALLY appreciate you :) Thanks for trying these & LMK what else you try!

      1. Those 18 people will be my husband, my oldest son (5) and myself times 3! Just for portion control. Totally worth it!

    2. Was it easy to remove them from the muffin tins? That is the way I would prefer to make them as well. Thanks

    1. TWO!!! Wow! You have a lot of people to feed and/or they love their pies. I am impressed that you just made two of them for your family & coworkers <-- lucky office you have! I hope you guys love them and LMK what everyone says! Happy TG!

  6. That crust is Beautiful!! I love all kinds of pie crusts but this one takes the cake. :D I would demolish this pie in a matter of minutes (no sharing either!).

  7. I live in a Cool Whip free country and I always substitute stabilized sweetened whipped cream for Cool Whip. It can be a pain to figure out how much to use but it has worked just fine for me so far.

  8. This pie looks great! I love no bake desserts, I just am putting up on my blog a no bake pumpkin cookie dough bar, perfect for Halloween too :)

  9. Such a stunning dessert! I love no-bake desserts during the summer when it’s 100°+ outside and turning on the oven is torture. I’ll have to remember this for next year! (That won’t be hard, seeing how much I want to take a fork to the computer screen right now! ;) )

    1. Or even for pre-Xmas parties when you’ve already got a million things in the oven and are short of prep time and oven space!

  10. Hi there! Everytime I open your posts I get really hungry and today is no exception! This pie looks amazing! I´m definitely trying this recipe ;.) Xx

  11. Oh my gosh, these photos are just stunning!!!! I can’t even get over the gorgeous photos long enough to talk about the actual recipe– which I’m sure is amazing too :)

  12. Oh my goodness. This is absolutely incredibly! The photos make it look just as wonderful as you describe it. I want this right now!

  13. I think you pretty much knocked pumpkin out of the ring. This is my dream pie (and photos:) You nailed everything about this and I wish I could have a slice right now!

  14. Ohhh my gosh. This pie looks beyond incredible! You had me at double chocolate cookie cust. That is possibly the best idea ever and it should apply to all pies. :) Seriously though, there are so many good things going on in this pie! Can’t get over it!

  15. Woa-this pie looks delectable, sounds scrumptious and am sure, lines the streets of heaven! :)

  16. Oh. My. God. And please can that be your next book? No bake desserts? Or candy bar cravings? or something? I totally need that.

  17. This looks so yummy! I love that it’s no bake. Perfect for the summer in my non-air conditioned apartment. But i don’t think i can wait that long to try this out, i’ll be making this soon!

  18. This looks absolutely to die for, Averie! I am definitely going to try this one!! And I SO agree with you about a thick cookie crust… it’s the best!

  19. Let’s just be clear- I will do anything in my power to get my mitts on this Snickers pie!! That is the stuff my PMS-y hormonal dreams are made of!!

  20. omg, Averie! This looks fabulous!!! i love Snickers and peanut butter. . this is like perfection in my book! love this!!

  21. I just woke up on Monday and saw this…and now my Monday is totally ruined ’cause I want this in my belly and it’s not there. But, on the other hand, my hubby would go ca-razay over this, so that means I will just have to make it happen! This looks to.die.for.

  22. this is GORGEOUS! i love cookie crusts, too. and i love that it’s doubled… the crust is the best part!

    1. When it’s a cookie crust, the crust IS the best part. Okay almost – the caramel and snickers rocked on this!

  23. All hail the queen of peanut butter recipes! This pie looks pretty ridiculous. My mom always does a no bake pb pie on thanksgiving… I need to talk her into switching it up and doing this one instead!

  24. 1. This is the sweetest 8 pound baby I’ve ever met.
    2. I think we should start a new season based entirely on peanut butter, chocolate, Snickers, and caramel.

  25. No bake pies are the best! And you really outdid yourself here man! I mean with the curst and the chopped up snickers and the drizzle?! Man oh man. This is what I need at 2 in the morning.

    1. Girl I know. I have had to purposely forget it’s in the freezer. Unlike cookies, cake, brownies, etc. that are easy to give away to others, this was a tricky one. So it lingers :)

  26. Oh my YUM! I won’t need to freeze this – I can already tell it won’t last longer than a day in my household. Just … yes!

  27. E erything about this post is just a big fat YES!!!

    No bake = YES!
    Snickers= YES!
    Peanut Butter= YES!

    THis is one of those desserts that I love to hate. I’d stare at it at a party and wish that no one was around so I could pick at it freely. And then I’d make myself sick by eating things that I can’t eat.

    Yes, I would love to hate this in my kitchen right now.

    1. Send this to your mom. There’s Wisc and MN written all over this baby :)

      And I have about 1/3 of this beast left in my freezer. I picked off some of the Snickers pieces/caramel a few weeks ago late at night after a few drinks. It was fabulous. Picking at it freely, yeah. It’s so big and rich that it’s defi a party pie. Or at the very least, to be treated like a gallon (or 4) of ice cream. Lol

      I have a feeling there are maybe ways to make it GF and Dairy Free. You’d use like 20 dollars worth of specialty WF’s ingredients though. Ugh.

  28. This is INSANE!!!! Trader Joes’ Jo Jo’s are definitely way better than Oreos and doubling the crust on this pie just made all my dessert dreams come true! I think you just made all my husbands dessert dreams come true too. I am totally making this for him because he will loose his mind. Thank you for the inspiration!

    1. Well considering you owned a cookie company, if this makes his dreams come true, I am honored! If you try it, LMK what you think!

      And yes to Jo-Jos on both taste and price! :)

  29. No bake dessert pies are the best, and oreo crust, cream cheesse in the filling and salted caramel?!! Oh lordy!! All my fav things in one place!!! LOOOOOOVE this and I want to come down to SD for some pie right now!!!!

    1. I made it like 2-3 weeks ago and still have about 1/3 of it in my freezer. This baby was RICH! :) Seriously though if you ever are down here, LMK – DRINKS are in order.

  30. Yes, please! I love the hearty crust on this yummy pie!!! Gotta love a no bake recipe that has snickers, peanut butter, salted caramel, and a chocolate crust! I am so in for this pie!!! Pinned for sure!

    1. Thanks for pinning & between your brownies and this pie, we have gooey, rich, and chocolaty well-covered today :)

  31. This is definitely refreshing! I’m done with all things pumpkin….I need some of this in my life!

    1. Thank you for saying that! I feel this ‘pressure’ to keep posting pumpkin b/c everyone else is and as much as I enjoy it, it’s nice to have something else too :)

  32. This is uncanny! My post that is scheduled for tomorrow is a Deep-dish Snicker’s Tart with Pretzel Crust. They’re not quite twin recipes, but maybe siblings?

    P.S. – I haven’t commented in forever, but I check out your recipes daily, as evidenced by the ever-present puddle of drool next to my computer screen!

    1. I swear to god things like this happen to me ALL the time. Usually I am on your end of it, though. 24 hours behind someone else (usually another few popular baking blogs – or I have it in my drafts and coulda woulda shoulda posted it but posted something else and then bam, another person posts their recipe and mine, on the heels of theirs, makes it look a little copycat-ish…trust me this is the story of my life!) Your pretzel crust/salt/sweet sounds wonderful!

      And thanks for reading, with or without commenting. I see you comment and enter the giveaways so I know you’re out there :)

  33. When I die, this pie better be waiting for me at Heaven’s gate. Because otherwise I’m gonna have to open a can of whoopass and no one wants that. Namely, I want my slice with an extra healthy helping of salted caramel. DYING. And LOVE that it’s no bake! Between it being too friggin’ hot to turn on your oven in the summer, and your oven being too friggin’ busy during the holidays, there’s never a bad time for a good no bake recipe.

    1. Girl I love no-bake stuff that comes together without a big fuss. From too hot to too busy/hectic/holidays, totally agree there’s never a bad time!

  34. Snickers is my absolute favorite chocolate bar! When it’s added to this peanut butter pie with a chocolate crust, well, I’ve found perfection! Thanks Averie! :)

  35. This is KILLER!! Wow, Averie! I am all about snickers and salted caramel and a double CHOCOLATE cookie crust! Just incredible!
    I am not the biggest pie crust person either, but only because it has to be really good. But that is a whole different story when we are talking about an Oreo crust! The pictures are gorgeous and the caramel dripping down looks perfect! Oh and then there is the peanut butter! I just love it all!

    1. Thank you Tieghan! And thanks for all the pins you did of my stuff today, too! The lenses, like I told you – the 24-70 and the 50mm 1.2 – that’s the ticket :)

      Totally agreed on the crust – it has to be really good, or why bother! Oreos definitely make it worthwhile!

  36. That cake looks absolutely divine. Love that shot of the piece just coming at you with a little bite taken off! Hmm…favourite pie….hard to say. As a kid I always preferred no-bake creations such as this one (my Grandma does a great snickers trifle thing) but as I get more into baking I’m appreciating fruit pies more. Especially with the temperature contrast of a warm pie and ice cream!

  37. Ohhhhhhhhhh…where do I start?!? I just showed this to my husband and he said “it has all the perfect stuff in it”. Indeed. I remember you said you had a recipe coming up using a springform. That crust is nice and thick–there is no way any filling can leak out. 20 minutes of prep and no oven time is incredible for a pie that looks so decadent! Such a gorgeous dessert– I would have guessed it took a lot longer. I love cheesecake or anything similar…and this would no doubt be a BIG favorite!!

    1. Paula I can’t even tell you. This has so much going on…choc, PB, caramel, Oreos, Snickers, creamy, crunchy, smooth, it’s just a texture and multiple-flavor lover’s heaven. It really does come together very fast and I say for your next get together or party, put this baby on the radar screen. It’s SO good! And I had forgotten I even mentioned the springform pan but you’re right I did. That was the recipe! :)

  38. I’m all about the crust!
    Mine is always double.
    I detest cheesecakes that have like this thin little layer of crust and then miles of cheesecake. Yuck! What’s the point? LOL

    1. this thin little layer of crust and then miles of cheesecake. Yuck! What’s the point? <--- I concur FULLY!! With cheesecake, the graham cracker crust (or any crust) and crumbly texture is essential to balancing all that pasty, dense cheesecake filling. Or else it's just too gloppy for me!

  39. Double the crust – I’m so in. And I love the lower-fat ingredients in this! I almost exclusively use low fat cream cheese and cool whip. Love this pie!

    1. I know you use lower/fatfree ingredients. As dessert bloggers, if we can get away with it – by all means, I am so in! With nobake stuff, much easier and less chancey with the results. And I thought of you the whole time I was making this CRUST :)

  40. I love (love!) pie crust, but am an even bigger fan of double the crust. Especially a chocolate cookie crust! This pie is just like the peanut butter pie I make for Kevin’s birthday each year. And the guy loves snickers (and I love salted caramel). Now I know what to make next year! Such a wonderful no-bake treat and the beautiful pictures definitely do it justice! I can say with 100% confidence that salted caramel and peanut butter are meant to be.

    1. There are so many recipes out there for no-bake pies and I know you have some no-bake pie recipes, too. I loved how easy this was, but the texture with the Snickers, the caramel, and then that thick crust, we loved this one! If Kevin is a Snickers lover I’m sure he would too!

  41. I feel the same way about pie crust. I usually eat the filling and leave the crust :) Not on this pie, though! I love everything about it! Pinned :)

  42. Holy cow! You sure know how to make a decadent dessert! Beautiful pie Averie. My favorite pie? That’s a tough call, I prefer pie over cake any day. The top choices would be pumpkin, chocolate pecan, caramel apple and raspberry.