Chocolate Chip Cookie Pie
Easy to make, perfect for kids of all ages
Very nice to make if you need several. Hard to find a more popular dessert for a children's party - right up there with the Ice Cream Sundae Bar. And our kids like to make it a home too - nice to have something to look forward to on a Sunday night for supper's dessert.
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Portions/Servings This recipe will feed 8 people, a total of one pie.
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1 - 9 inch Oreo pie crust, baked
1 cup milk
splash of vanilla extract
12 ounces of semi-sweet chocolate chips
1 bag of Chips Ahoy Chocolate Chips Cookies
Prep the pie crust by brushing it with slightly beaten egg yoke and then baking at 375^deg for 5 minutes.
Using a rolling pin, crust most of the cookies into course crumbs. Sprinkle about half of them on the pie crust.
Use a double boiler, or put a heat-proof mixing bowl over a medium saucepan with boiling water on the stove.
Heat the milk and chocolate chips, stiring until smooth and creamy. Remove from heat and stir in the vanilla.
Pour into the baked pie crust, top with the other half of crushed cookie and refrigerate overnight.
Top with whipped cream and a few of the uncrushed cookies.
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