Sunday, May 1, 2011

The Most Delicious Thing You'll Ever Eat AKA Chocolate Chip Cookie Pie (UPDATED PHOTOS)

The Most Delicious Thing You'll Ever Eat AKA Chocolate Chip Cookie Pie

Before I decided to just jump in and do this blog, I sort of waded in the shallow end by doing mini blog posts through notes on facebook. Thusly, I will have my first few recipes I put on here be the same ones I put there. I'm going to tell you right now "you're welcome" for this recipe. It's amazing, it's ridiculous, it's The Most Delicious Thing You'll Ever Eat! I thought my eyes would bug out when I first saw this recipe on How Sweet's blog. Chocolate chip cookie + pie!?? So, it didn't really take me long to tackle the recipe and bask in the wonder of it's yumminess. I eventually learned that this is some sort of adaptation of a Kentucky Derby pie? But I think that uses bourbon? I don't know, all I know is that since I ate all of it....I miss it. I genuinely miss that pie. And my waistline won't let me make it again so soon. *sigh*
Disclaimer: this is a very rich dessert, especially when eaten warm, ideal if you love chocolatey goodness. If you're not such a fan of the richness, it probably would be pretty good to you served cold maybe?
Alright enough! Here it is:

Chocolate Chip Cookie Pie

The Most Delicious Thing You'll Ever Eat AKA Chocolate Chip Cookie Pie
Ingredients:
  • 2 eggs
  • 1/2 cup flour
  • 1/2 cup granulated sugar
  • 1/2 cup packed brown sugar
  • 1 cup (which equals about 16 tbsp) butter, melted and cooled 
  • 1 cup chocolate chips (I used 60% dark cocoa Ghiradelli chips...mmm)
  • 1 unbaked pie shell (The recipe called for a regular unbaked crust, but I used KeeblerReadyCrust in graham cracker (and later homemade graham), I'm sure anything would be good though-use your preference!)
Preparation:
The Most Delicious Thing You'll Ever Eat AKA Chocolate Chip Cookie Pie
  • Preheat oven to 325 degrees F
  • In a large bowl, beat eggs until foamy. Then beat in flour, sugar, and brown sugar, until well blended. Then blend in melted, room temperature, butter. Stir in (with a spoon, etc.) chocolate chips. (The consistency will not be like regular cookie dough, and it won't taste that awesome, so don't be disappointed. Just wait, the pie will be worth it.)
  • Pour in to pie shell. Bake for 50-60 minutes.
The Most Delicious Thing You'll Ever Eat AKA Chocolate Chip Cookie Pie

Let it cool for a bit before cutting it, or it'll fall apart. Or just eat it falling apart, no judgement here. You can eat it warm and gooey and chocolatey like me. Serve it warm with ice cream and let it get all up in that pie like HowSweet, or serve it cold, like Michael probably will when I make him eat some. No matter what, just attempt to keep control of your drooling, I know I am right now.....I really do miss that pie.


Note: I am not, in any way, being compensated by anyone mentioned in this blog (Keebler, Ghiradelli, even HowSweet). I am merely telling you what I used and liked, all of my promotion of them is just from genuine love :)
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