Yield: 8 servings
In a mixing bowl, beat the eggs until foamy. Add the flour and sugars and beat until blended. Blend in the butter. Stir in the chips and nuts. Pour into the pie shell.
Bake for 1 hour. Serve warm or cooled completely.
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When my son is coming home on break from West Point I ask him what he’d like for dessert while he’s home and he always asks for a toll house pie. Excellent and easy. Thank you for providing the recipe.
My son is not a pie eater, but this is the dessert he asks for every holiday! It is delicious and easy and tastes like chocolate chip cookie dough in a pie shell! Yummy! R. Gallino
This is the greatest pie! If you like cookies, this is for you. I am going to make it every Christmas. Serve it warm with a scoop of Ice cream on the side.
I have always loved going to Kelly’s bar/restaraunt and eating the toll-house cookie pie! And when I finally decided to make it on my own for a holiday it was great!
My absolute favorite pie whenever I eat out. Now I can make my own with this recipe.
The first time I made this I accidentally doubled the amount of chocolate chips. It made the pie seriously chocolate, but nobody hesitated about eating it. Now I sometimes do it either way.
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