My sister graduated from high school this week (just look at us together).
I asked her what kind of desserts she likes, thinking I could make her a pie that fit that description. Her answer? “Something with chocolate, maybe with a cookie dough crust? I also like caramel, toffee, strawberries, raspberries, pineapple, coconut, and vanilla. Not all in one dessert of course, but those are my favorite flavors.”
I made a brownie, cheesecake, cookie dough pie.
I started with my easy pie crust.
Then I mixed a brownie box mix and put it in the unbaked crust. I had some brownie mix left over after I filled the bottom of the pie crust, but who doesn’t love regular brownies. I just made brownies later with the extra batter.
I baked the brownie in the crust for about 40 minutes at 350.
While that was baking I made the cookie dough balls and the cream cheese filling.
For the Cookie Dough Bites
1/4 cup butter
1/3 cup brown sugar
1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract
1/2 cup flour
1 teaspoon milk
chocolate chips (you decided how many)
Beat the butter, brown sugar, vanilla, and salt until creamy. Add the flour and milk and beat again. Stir in mini chocolate chips. Roll into tiny cookie dough bites. Place on a wax paper lined tray and freeze until hard.
Cream Cheese filling
1 – 8 ounce package cream cheese, softened
1/4 cup brown sugar
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
1/2 – 12 ounce container whipped topping
Beat the cream cheese, brown sugar, and vanilla until creamy. Fold in whipped topping. Then fold in half of the frozen cookie dough bites (depending on their size, you might want to cut cookie dough bites in half).
Once my brownie pie cooled. I put the cream cheese filling over the brownie. I then placed the remaining cookie dough balls around the edges. I put the rest of the whipped topping in a ziplock bag to finish the pie with little dollops.
The pie was amazing! You can’t go wrong with brownies, cheesecake, cookie dough, or pies. It was a perfect mix of all desserts. I would make it again. However, it did take a long time to make. I had to make three different desserts and had to wait for the brownie to bake and cool. This dessert is easy and tasty, but if you are craving an incredible chocolate pie baked from scratch, it might be hard to wait for this pie.
I would recommend Tippin’s Chocolate Cream Pie. Tippin’s Chocolate Cream Pie gets overlooked a lot by the French Silk. But if you are craving a rich chocolate cream pie with real whipped topping and chocolate chips to top it off, then the Chocolate Cream Pie is for you. It is made by hand, topped with real whipped cream and doesn’t take hours to dig in to.