Frozen Snickers Pie

With just 5 ingredients you can make this delicious Snickers Pie for friends and family!

Frozen Snickers Pie: easy 5 ingredient frozen pie, try Milky Way too!!

I have made this Frozen Snickers Pie several times over the years. It’s such an easy recipe, but the taste is incredibly deep!

By melting down Snickers candy bars, you get all the flavors of chocolate, nuts, and caramel without all the work. This would work for Milky Way too (I’ve tried it!!).

Frozen Snickers Pie: easy 5 ingredient frozen pie, try Milky Way too!!

I use the store bought graham cracker crusts on this recipe, because they come in the foil pie tin with lid. Which is perfect for going straight into the freezer after making making the filling. If you choose to make a homemade crust, feel free to do so! A chocolate crust is wonderful too, in case you were wondering.

I like to let my pie sit out about 15 minutes before slicing and serving. I prefer it to be a little softer. However, if you keep it completely frozen, it’s almost like ice cream! You decide how you want to enjoy this pie, after all, you’re the one making it! Don’t forget to save some Snickers bars for the garnish!

Frozen Snickers Pie: easy 5 ingredient frozen pie, try Milky Way too!!

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Frozen Snickers Pie

Yield: serves 8

Prep Time:3 hours

Cook Time:5 minutes


  • 1 graham cracker crust (or ingredients for homemade graham crust)
  • 8 full size Snickers candy bars
  • 1/2 cup creamy peanut butter
  • 1/4 cup heavy cream
  • 12 oz Cool Whip, divided


  1. In a small saucepan, melt 6 Snickers bars with peanut butter and heavy cream on low heat. Remove from heat and cool to room temperature (about 20 minutes).
  2. Fold in 8oz Cool Whip to cooled chocolate mixture. Pour into a graham cracker crust (8inch pie plate). Cover and freeze for 3-4 hours.
  3. Chop remaining 2 Snickers bars. To serve, top pie with remaining 4oz Cool Whip and add chopped Snickers to garnish. Slice and enjoy!
**other candy bars can be substituted for the Snickers. Milky Way bars are delicious!!!

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Frozen Snickers Pie: easy 5 ingredient frozen pie, try Milky Way too!!

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63 comments on “Frozen Snickers Pie”

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  4. Padma Parthasarathy

    hello, how many of the bite sized snickers will I have to use. I tried to search for a conversion on the internet but could not find it.

  5. Can you refrigerate this pie once it’s been frozen or does it need to stay frozen?

  6. I love easy it is to make!

  7. Aimee this pie looks absolutely delicious!

  8. Sandra Mayes

    Hi, I live in Australia, and was wondering what Cool Whip is. Could I use sweetened whipped cream instead? Thanks in advance ☺

  9. I love it – What a fun idea!

  10. Looks like the perfect pie to me!

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