Chocolate Chip Cookie Pie Recipe
Pretend your making a batch of chocolate chip cookies, but with a bit more butter. Pour into a pie shell instead of plopping onto a cookie sheet, and you 've got this irresistibly sweet pie. Top with caramel and vanilla ice cream.
NESTLE® TOLL HOUSE® Chocolate Chip Pie features the sweet, creamy richness of a brown sugar base combined with chopped nuts and delicious chocolate morsels. Serve warm with whipped or ice cream.
This pie is very rich with a cup of butter, a cup of chocolate chips, a cup of sugar and a cup of chopped walnuts. And there 's a few other tasty ingredients. They all bake up famously into a delicious 9-inch pie.
Simple, chocolaty and studded with pecans, this decadent pie is a pleasure and a cinch to make. Butter, eggs, flour, and sugar join the chocolate and pecans, and bake up into a delicious pie.
another 5 star for this fab recipe. just as gooey as in the Hard Rock cafe. I just altered a few things : 1/2 butter, 1/4 cup sugar, 1/4 brown sugar, and just 25 minutes in the fan oven. served lukewarm with vanilla icecream and you are in paradise !!! THANK YOU SO MUCH
Peanuts and chocolate chips come together to make the decadent filling of this quick and easy cookie-pie mashup dessert.
I love this pie, I add a few PB Chips in as well. This is a hit at out family get togethers.
This one of our favorites! However, we use one stick of butter melted and THEN cooled to room temperature. If you put hot melted butter into this recipe it will melt your chips and then they will sink to the bottom. Also, I add a teaspoon of vanilla extract and a pinch of salt, just like a regular chocolate chip cookie recipe calls for. This gives it a little more of a chocolate chip cookie taste. I also use 3 eggs to give it a lighter consistency. Remember to blend the eggs until foamy before adding the other ingredients. To make it even easier I use a Pillsbury pie crust. The crust seems to absorb some of the butter and comes out fairly crispy, much more so than a homemade crust. Bake at 325 for 50 minutes. I have been playing around with this recipe for a few years and think I pretty much have it perfected by now. Put this in the oven just before you sit down to dinner and by the time you are ready for dessert it should be out and cooled enough to serve! It is always a huge hit!
we LOVE this pie - yes, it is very rich, but very, very good! i only use half the amount of butter called for, and usually bake it a little longer so it isn't "gooey" in the middle. thanks for sharing a great recipe!!! ;0)