Chocolate Chip Pie

While I’m not usually a big fan of pie, I am a big fan of anything and everything chocolate. I also like cookies! So when I came across this Chocolate Chip Pie recipe, I was a little excited. It’s basically a soft, gooey chocolate chip cookie in a pie shell. And, yes, it is as delicious as it sounds. Christy Denney is the self-professed ‘foodaholic’ mastermind behind food blog ‘The Girl Who Ate Everything’. Denney, the youngest of ten children, has five of her own and constantly tries to come up with new and interesting recipes for her three wild and crazy boys and two sweet little girls, as well as her husband who plays for the Miami Dolphins. Denney has been lucky enough to work for Tablespoon and General Mills, doing freelance writing and recipe development, although she now devotes all of her time to her crazy life with five kids. Denney says that she “loves food that brings family and friends together” and that is exactly what her recipes do. Oh, and she also has a weakness for cookies.

Knowing a little more about the creator of this delicious chocolate chip pie recipe is interesting and inspiring and helps give insight into how a recipe like this is created. But enough about Denney. Let’s talk about her amazing chocolate chip (cookie) pie recipe!To make this super simple, you should start off with an unbaked deep dish pie crust. You can purchase these at the supermarket instead of slaving away in the kitchen. All you need is a bottom crust, so purchasing a pre-made one is the quickest, easiest solution. The other ingredients are things many of us will likely find in our fridge or pantry: eggs, flour, granulated sugar, brown sugar, butter, chocolate chips and chopped pecans (if you don’t like pecans, you can definitely skip them – but they do add a nice flavor and a bit of texture to this chocolate chip pie recipe).

In a large mixing bowl, beat the eggs until they’re foamy, then add flour, your sugars, and butter. Next, add your chocolate chips and nuts. The mixture should be thick. Spoon this into your pie crust. Bake your pie for 55 to 60 minutes (or until a knife inserted halfway between the edge and center comes out clean). You will want to keep an eye on your pie and make a tin-foil ‘tent’ for over the pie towards the end so that the crust doesn’t brown too much. And that’s it. Seriously. This is probably the easiest pie recipe you’ll ever make… and one of the most delicious pie recipes you’ll ever eat, especially if you like soft, gooey chocolate chip cookies. Oh, and as a little tip – let your pie cool, but serve warm with a big dollop of vanilla ice cream or whipped cream on top. There is no other way to describe this than ‘heavenly’.

If you have a ‘famous’ chocolate chip cookie recipe that is no-fail and so popular everyone wants you to bring them to parties, then go ahead and fill your pastry crust with your own chocolate chip cookie dough recipe. You could even substitute the chocolate chips in this chocolate chip pie recipe for peanut butter chips. The trick is to make sure your mixture remains a little bit gooey (almost undercooked) inside the pastry crust. The gooey texture of dough and the richness from the chocolate chips is delicious! This will be a sure crowd-pleaser, especially if your crowd is full of chocolate chip cookie lovers.

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