Heavenly Chocolate Chip Cookie Pie

First of all, I’ve got to say that I’m so happy to have you all here! This is my first real post for my first real site with my first real name. Well, not that. But the first part is true.  You can still go back to www.jenmarie80.blogspot.com for any of my older blog postings, for now. I may try to move them and have that site directed here automatically. Unfortunately, this is new for me as well and I’m not entirely sure how to do all of that yet….


This is one of my all time favorite recipes. It’s adapted from Nestle’s recipe.

I actually was trying to make a deep dish chocolate chip cookie with garbanzo beans… it was a total fail. I was trying to use oats instead of flour and using a food processer to grind the oats up with the beans. It ended up like a weird,oaty cookie. It was really kind of horrible, though.

So, to make it up to the girl….and to me. I had to throw one of these babies into the oven.

It always surprises me how quickly this recipe comes together. I mean, you throw eggs, melted butter, sugar, flour and chocolate chips into a bowl, mix and pour into an unbaked pie crust. You could totally make it crustless, but the crust adds soooo much flavor! It’s the heavenly part of this recipe.

If you don’t have a good go to crust recipe, mine is listed below.

I was in a hurry for sweets, I pressed the pie crust in. The crust isn’t gorgeous. The taste is, oh well.

Oh, yes please.

Then, it’s highly important that you serve it somewhat warm……topped with vanilla bean ice cream, although acceptable alterations would include whipped cream.

And it’s totally fine just like this.

Come on, who doesn’t want to eat that?

Now, if you’re really into exciting your taste buds, you’ll top it with chocolate syrup.

 Yeah, that.

This is food porn, isn’t it?

Or is that just me?


And then, walk by the pie again later, cut off a sliver, eat it over the sink and pretend that you didn’t eat the equivilent of a second piece of pie before bedtime.

Repeat the second night.

The Recipe:

Heavenly Chocolate Chip Cookie Pie

2 eggs
1/2 cup flour
1/2 cup sugar (I used Ideal no calorie sweetener)
1/2 cup packed brown sugar
1 cup melted margerine
1 cup chocolate chips (I used Hershey’s sugar free

Whisk eggs until frothy, add flour, sugars/sweeteners, melted margerine. Stir until combined. Stir chips in and pour into uncooked pie crust.

*If your margerine is still hot, don’t mix in until the flour and sugars are stirred in so that your eggs don’t cook.

Pour into pie crust and bake at 350 for an hour.

Top with vanilla bean ice cream and chocolate syrup. Inhale.

Single Pie Crust:

1 1/3 cup flour
2 Tbl milk
6 Tbl oil,
1/2 tsp salt

Stir all ingredients together, just until moistened. Roll out between two sheets of waxed paper or press into the bottom of your pie pan.


5 thoughts on “Heavenly Chocolate Chip Cookie Pie

  1. Jana H. says:

    Wow. You’ve moved from blogger. I feel so bereft. haha

    Great new site, chica. Love it. You look so official. And professional. And…and…*sniff* Grown up.

    Also love this pie. Kinda makes my teeth hurt. But in a totally good way. I’d dive into it, for sure.

  2. JenMarie's Cafe says:

    No need to feel bereft, still right here, just somewhere else…. LOL
    Thanks! I’m happy with how it looks!

    This pie is crazy good. Don’t try it unless you are taking it somewhere or else you will eat IT ALL. If you’re like me, anyway… 🙂

    • JenMarie's Cafe says:

      Thanks! I actually made it again last night. I had a MAJOR chocolate craving. Between me and my husband and kids, we nearly finished the pie. I told them they’d better have it gone by the time I got home from work today because I have no strength to say no to this pie…. LOL!

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