Toll House Chocolate Chip Pie is packed with rich, buttery, nutty chocolate decadence that makes it one of America’s favorite desserts.
Toll House Chocolate Chip pie is a classic Nestle recipe that is famous in its own right. The recipe first appeared on the back of Nestle’s Toll House Chocolate Chips, but now it can be found online and in cookbooks everywhere.
Toll House Chocolate Chip pie is perfect for those whose sweet tooth wants more than a simple cookie or slice of pie. This dessert is basically a “cookie pie,” or a hybrid of pecan pie and chocolate chip cookies. It truly is a sugar rush to the sweet tooth!
The bottom layer of the pie calls for a classic pie crust: I use Pillsbury refrigerated. To avoid over browned crust, I always cover the edges with my favorite pie shield. It gives perfectly cooked but never browned edges every time.
This pie freezes beautifully for up to a month in the freezer. Wrap well, and allow to thaw several hours before serving. I love keeping a pie in the freezer. If someone needs a meal, I can throw something together and not have to worry about making a dessert.
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Serving Size: 1
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 3303 Total Fat: 188g Saturated Fat: 87g Cholesterol: 292mg Sodium: 828mg Carbohydrates: 386g Sugar: 296g Protein: 30g