" Just like a chocolate chip cookie in a pie shell, this pie is sweet, chocolaty and gooey. Flour, eggs, sugar, butter, chocolate bits, and pecans make the filling for this delightful pie that bakes in about an hour." — Glenda
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pastry for a 9 inch single crust pie
butter, melted and cooled
pecans, coarsely chopped
semisweet chocolate chips
The first time I made Chocolate Chip Cookie Pie, I followed a recipe exactly like this one other than calling for 1 cup(!) of butter rather than 1/2 cup. It turned out very greasy. I also cooked it longer than 1 hour... until the center seemed set. This caused my butter-saturated crust to also be nearly burnt. 1/2 cup of butter worked out much better, the pie is rich but not oozing melted butter. I also only cooked for the specified hour. When still warm, the pie is goopy and not that good, but after chilling it sets up perfectly and tastes like chocolate chip cookies in pie form, so I definitely advise only cooking for an hour even if it seems underdone when you take it out of the oven (like pecan pie). Serve chilled with whipped cream.
My husband and I found this to be way too sweet and not what we had in mind. I had a chocolate chip pie served to me about a year ago that was wonderful, and I've been on a mission since to recreate the recipe. This wasn't it.
If I made this recipe again, I would use less white sugar, add in some brown, and use more flour.
This was awesome. I followed the recipe exactly. I baked for exactly 60 minutes and it came out set and lovely. I sent it to work with my husband and he loved it. He said it was just like eating a chocolate chip cookie, only better, because it was nicely paired with the pie crust, which added a buttery, flaky flavor to it. (I had used butter-flavored shortening in the crust.) Thank you! ** Edit: I have made this several times now and it is always exceedingly well received. The last time, I tasted it myself and can say that it is quite delicious. It doesn't have the texture of a chocolate chip cookie in a pie shell; rather, the filling is more like the texture of a pecan pie, while it tastes like a chocolate chip cookie (from the semi-sweet chocolate). It is very decadent and would go famously served warm with ice cream or a little whipped cream.
I used walnuts instead of pecans because that's the way my mom always made it. This was perfect. My husband is from the city and I'm a country girl. When he first looked at it, he asked me what the hell it was. After he ate it, he was taken. Perfect recipe.
This was really good, the whole family liked it. The second time I made it, I used only 3/4 cup of white sugar and 1/4 cup of brown sugar. I thought it added a little more flavor to the cookie.
I made this to last the week....it didn't even last the weekend. We'll be making this again! I omitted the nuts.
i would give this recipe 10 stars if i could. this pie is delicious! i've been making it for several years & everyone loves it. occasionally i haven't had the required chocolate chips and have used peanut butter chips, butterscotch chips or a mixture and while it DOES change the taste, it is still yummy! i like the pie a little "under done" as it comes out like warm cookie dough as opposed to a pie. that is perfection to me!
Soooooooo good! I decreased the sugar to 3/4 cup and used brown instead of white. I also increased the flour by 1/4 cup. It really does taste just like a chocolate chip cookie in a pie crust! My kids were in heaven. :)
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Chocolate Chip Pie IV
Serving Size: 1/8 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 8
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 328
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