To finish off pie week, I have the perfect Halloween dessert! This is the second dessert I have made that is inspired by Momofuku Milk Bar in New York. This one I never tried though, I just saw it and it made my mouth water. Last year at Halloween I made a bunch of candy bars, and I realized that this pie would be 10 times easier! Normally I don’t cook ahead of time for holidays, but this one was so good I decided to make it early and freeze it for the party so that you guys can all make it for your Halloween parties too. I will let you know how it freezes, but I am guessing well cause people freeze candy bars all the time.
Oreo crust, cause why not?
This is an eggless peanut butter nougat. I actually messed up the recipe pretty badly, but it still came out good.
Yum. I cant wait to roll up 2 pies deep to a party.
Making the caramel.
Chocolate and pretzels for the top layer.
This was… really really good.
I had to try at least 1 piece right? I guess I will be rolling up 2 pies minus one slice.
This is going to be a huge hit at the party! Rich, feel free to forward this to people as incentive to come next week.
I followed this vegan nougat recipe, but with real milk, dried milk, and butter instead of the soya stuff. Instead of adding wheatgerm and vanilla at the end, I added a whole jar of crunchy peanutbutter. The reason I folowed a vegan recipe was that I knew some people who are going to be at the party don’t eat eggs.
Followed this recipe for the caramel layer.
Oreo crumbs and butter make the crust, and melted chocolate with pretzels make the top.