Tuesday, February 22, 2011

Cookie Dough Pie

Lil T is bringing us the recipe this week. Cookie Dough Pie is one of his favorite to make and one of our favorite desserts to eat.  Makes for a win win situation!! Two chefs in the house....I am one lucky girl. Actually one day he is going make another girl very happy with his talents in the kitchen, it's a a good thing we've pre-arranged his marriage with a neighbor girl...or at least prom....(just kidding of course!)

Ingredients:
1/2 cup butter room temp
1 cup sugar
2 eggs
1 tsp vanilla
1 cup flour
1-12 oz package semi sweet chips
1 cup pecans (optional)

Step 1:
Preheat oven to 325 degrees

Step 2:
Cream sugar and butter until fluffy. Beat in eggs and vanilla. Slowly add flour and blend until smooth.

Step 3:
Stir in Chocolate chips and pecans.

Step 4:
Place pie dough into an ungreased pie shell. Pour mixture into Pie shell and bake for 50 minutes or until center is set and top is golden brown.

And while he was baking he shared his secret ingredient for his famous brownie's!

Lil Chef T from Wendy O on Vimeo.

Happy Baking and join me at You Made That!

P.S.(serve warm with two scoops of ice cream....yum...could be heaven!)

19 comments:

stephanie said...

You are a lucky girl!! I love that Lil T knows his way around the kitchen, kudos to you and Big T for teaching him!!

alissa said...

Wendy - this sounds so delicious! And it looks so pretty too. The next time I need to bring dessert somewhere I am going to try this. Yum!

Rosie said...

Mmm, yum. Aren't you lucky. Thanks for stopping by my blog.

Dar @ live by the sun luv by the moon said...

You had me at cookie dough!

Love your site.

Thanks for stopping by today : )

Petie@inspirednesting.com said...

YUM! Cookie dough 'anything' is my favorite, cookie dough ice cream, cookie dough cookies, so cookie dough pie must be awesome. So nice to have help in the kitchen :)

Tks for your nice comments on my family room!

dee dee said...

Little Tony is a "Man" after my own heart!
Yummy, yummy, yummy!
Dee Dee

Beth @ Dirty Laundry said...

Oh, yay! This is one of my favorite things to order as restaurant dessert, and now I can make it for myself anytime (and maybe even share it, who knows).

I showed the kids the Tony video, and Maddie said she misses Tony. Jack said if Tony had a twin, he could be named Toony. And I am wondering why Tony is marrying your neighbor's daughter, when we clearly have dibs on him...

Katie said...

Oh my, that looks AMAZING!!! Cannot wait to try it out -- I'm thinking it would make it through one night? :)

Kim @ NewlyWoodwards said...

I'm seriously contemplating skipping out on painting and instead making this and vegging with Netflix tonight. You are tempting me.

Brenda Kula said...

That is truly my version of heaven! I can almost smell it from here.
Brenda

Made In The South said...

WoW he did great! And that looks so yummy. I bet it is great with ice cream. Gosh I have not had breakfast that is making me hungry.
Hope you have a great weekend,
Melissa

Pamela said...

OMG Wendy this is on post I will have to loose! Shame on you for posting such a yummy treat!;) Also sorry abt the pond. I would have never thought it should not freeze either. Last but not least loving your new multi purpose room! It looks fabulous!

Suzanne said...

Oh thanks Wendy, you saved the day for my daughter she has to bring a pie for math class tomorrow and this will be perfect! She can make this all by herself. Thanks for linking up too. I love your house ya know, wish you lived close by so you could decorate mine. Have a great week!
Cheers,
Suzanne

Grace said...

Thanks so much for this recipe. I baked the pie today and it was delicious & so easy to make. Next time I make it, I'll probably add 8 oz instead of 12 oz of chocolate chips so you can really taste the cookie dough. But either way, it's YUMMY! :-)

Laura aka Smart Moms Saving Money said...

This is my first time ever seeing your blog, I am very impressed,it looks great! This recipe sounds perfect to reward my daughter Kayla with, too. She loves cookie dough, it's her all time favorite ice cream and she likes cookie cake more then normal cake. She always gets one for her birthday instead of a normal cake. I think this will be a perfect for my daughter. She just won a National Gold Metal from, The Alliance for Young Artists & Writers with Scholastic for a film of hers. I wanted to make her something special and this seems perfect for sure! Thank you so much for sharing, Little T. I would like to post a link on my blog to share this with others. I have a feeling lots of people will love this recipe. :) Thanks!

Grace said...

Wanted to give you an update: The bakery I work at is going to be offering this pie now because it's SO delicious. Thought Lil T might like to know that. :-)

Wendy said...

Grace,
Thank you for the update! Glad you liked it and you'll have to let us know how it goes at the Bakery.
Wendy

Suzanne said...

Wendy,just wanted you to know the pie was great, believe it or not we didn't have a full bag of chocolate chips(a crime I know) so we did half butterscotch chips half chocolate and it was yummy! It was my daughters first pie she made by herself too, tell Little T thanks!

Wendy said...

Suzanne
Chocolate and Butterschotch sounds delicious. We are going to have to give it a try. Chocolate and Peanutbutter chips sound good, too! Can't wait to tell Lil T!
Wendy

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