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“Do you think it’s gross if I were to store some small kitchen appliances under the sink in the bathroom?”

Yeah, this was an actual question I called to ask my sister yesterday. I’m struggling here. I’m trying to unpack and get organized here in my new house. The problem is – although we gained square feet overall in the house we are living in now, this kitchen is about a third of the size of my last kitchen. And when you love all things kitchen like I do, you accumulate lots of tools and gadgets and pots and pans. This teeny kitchen just isn’t going to hold it all! I keep thinking I have a handle on it, and then find yet another box labeled “kitchen” and I want to cry because I don’t know where to put it all. I guess it’s time for some down-sizing of my kitchen things!

This past weekend, since I knew I was going to be moving out of my parent’s house, I went a little crazy with my mom’s cookbooks. My mom is like me, and has a bit of a cookbook addiction. I’ve loved having a whole new array of cookbooks to cook from, and even though I’m glad to have all of mine back, it was fun to go through different books. And then I started to panic – knowing that there were tons of recipes I had wanted to try before moving. I managed to whip out a few over the weekend, like this pie.

I had remembered seeing a cookie pie on Pinterest awhile ago, so when I came across this Peanut Butter and Milk Chocolate Chip Cookie Pie in a cookbook of my mom’s, I knew I had to try it out. I had everything on hand, and went to work! If you are a cookie lover and a pie lover, this is definitely the dessert for you. It’s super rich, so I enjoyed my slice with a scoop of ice cream (and of course some chocolate syrup for good measure!) My dad absolutely loved this pie, and ended up eating most of it himself! It was delicious both when it was still warm, as well as when it had come to room temperature. The hardest thing was trying to pass by this pie sitting on the counter without stopping for another little sliver!

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Peanut Butter and Milk Chocolate Chip Cookie Pie
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Baking cookies is as easy as pie in this decadent dessert. You can have your pie and cookie at the same time!
Serves: 8 to 10 servings
  • ½ cup butter, softened
  • 2 eggs, beaten
  • 2 teaspoons vanilla extract
  • 1 cup sugar
  • ½ cup flour
  • ½ teaspoon salt
  • 1 cup milk chocolate chips
  • 1 cup peanut butter chips
  • 1 cup chopped pecans or walnuts, optional
  • 1 unbaked (9-inch) pie crust
  • sweetened whipped cream or ice cream, optional
  1. Preheat the oven to 350F. Prepare the pie crust by laying in a pie dish. Set aside.
  2. In a bowl, beat the butter. Beat in the eggs and vanilla. Add in the sugar, flour and salt and beatu until combined. Add in the chocolate chips, peanut butter chips and nuts. Pour into the unbaked pie crust.
  3. Bake in the preheated oven for 45-55 minutes, or until golden brown. Cool for 1 hour. Serve warm with whipped cream or ice cream if desired.
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  5. slightly adapted from Hershey's Chocolate Cookbook


Check out these other cookie pies:

Mini Chocolate Chip Cookie Pies from Buns in My Oven
Ice Cream Cookie Pie from Cooking on the Side
Chocolate Chip Cookie Pie from Bakerella
Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Cookie Pie from How Sweet It Is
Deep Dish Salted Chocolate Chip Cookie Pie from Eat, Live, Run

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35 Responses to Peanut Butter and Milk Chocolate Chip Cookie Pie

  1. I have seen cookie pies like this before but haven’t made one yet. I’ve pinned a pic of your delectable looking treat, so I’ll definitely be making this in the future! ๐Ÿ™‚ Good luck settling in to your new home!

  2. Is it wrong for me to totally want this for breakfast?

  3. Rosa says:

    What an irresistible dessert! Your pie must be insanely delicious.



  4. Abby says:

    Looks amaaaazing. Perfect with a glass of cold milk!

  5. Erin says:

    I have problems finding space for everything in my kitchen as well. A lot is stored in the laundry closet off the kitchen. But I also live in apt which have notoriously small kitchens.

    Love this cookie pie, especially since it has peanut butter in it!

  6. Mmm, I have seen chocolate chip cookie pies, but I’m a biiiig fan of adding those peanut butter chips! ๐Ÿ™‚

  7. Annalise says:

    I so want a slice of this pie right now! I’ve made a tollhouse pie before (and loved every bite of it) and I love the idea of adding peanut butter. Mmmmm.

    Good luck with the move! I totally sympathize with the tiny kitchen, so hard for foodies like us!

  8. Katrina says:

    Mmm this is my kind of pie!

  9. I have wanted to make a cookie pie for a long time. This recipe looks perfect since I love chocolate and peanut butter! Also I just moved recently and I am having the same problem. I live in a bigger place with more storage in certain areas of my home but lack storage and space in other areas. One thing I did to help me organize was to get a storage ‘pantry’ from Target. It is set up in my office and I have all my blogging props, tools, etc. in this cabinet. These are things that I don’t need to prepare my dish or plate it just all the ‘extra’ things I use. Hope you get settled soon! I know I am still working on it.

  10. This looks wonderful and I like that it’s one big pie (not individual cookies) which is a time saver to make and throw it all in one pie pan.

    “โ€œDo you think itโ€™s gross if I were to store some small kitchen appliances under the sink in the bathroom?โ€ <– Things like that juicer in a box, the as seen on tv gadget, things like that you may not use lots and need a home for, I say go for it. I store my graveyard of appliances in my coat closet in the front hall.

  11. Definitely a recipe worth saving. This sounds amazing! I hope you are getting settled in!

  12. I may or may not have just drooled a little ๐Ÿ˜‰ ohmygosh and I’m totally running out of space for appliances and such! I got these little pull out trays that you install under the sink and in other low cabinets and it makes it easy to find and sort things! Highly highly recommend them! <3

    so excited to have found your blog today! off to follow you on twitter/pinterest! <3

  13. Joanne says:

    I don’t think it’s gross! but I have even less kitchen space than you do (I guarantee it) and will store anything anywhere.

    OMG. This pie. I’ll be slivering it away this weekend.

  14. teresa says:

    good luck with getting everything to fit! i feel like i have the same problem EVERY time we move.

    oh this PIE, how amazing!

  15. Kristy says:

    I ran into the same kitchen dilemma when we moved. I have gadgets in cabinets and closets all over the place to get them to fit. (Not the bathroom though – LOL!)

    You know I’m not a big fan of chocolate – but I have to say that first picture of the pie has me drooling. ๐Ÿ™‚

  16. I’ve been wondering where to store my new griddler. Right now it’s just sitting on the floor in my office. But I may store it under my sink in the bathroom now. ๐Ÿ™‚

  17. Jennifer @ Mother Thyme says:

    All my favorites whipped in to one delicious pie. This is a definite must try!

  18. Helen@Helen's Cooking says:

    Scrumptious! It’s so mouthwatering!

  19. Kalyn says:

    Sorry about losing kitchen space. That would be hard to handle.

    But wow, does this ever look amazing. The top photo is just stunning!

  20. grace says:

    the blob of ice cream on top is perfect!
    meanwhile, i’m still frustrated by the small size of my kitchen, but you learn to work with what you have!

  21. DEFINITELY time for desert!! I’m going crazy for this pie right now… and the ice cream on top – – well that just completes me ๐Ÿ™‚ yum!!

  22. Lynne says:

    Decadence!! Yum-looks incredibly delicious. Thanks.

  23. It looks irresistible. Hope the new place is starting to feel like home.

  24. Chels R. says:

    Your fluted Cookie crust edges look so beautiful!! I made a toffee and chocolate chip pie awhile back and it was really good. I’m gonna have to pin this one and try it out soon ๐Ÿ™‚

    I know how you feel in your new kitchen. My last apartment had a ton of space and when we moved into our rental house I was crying and freaking out in the kitchen because I didn’t know where I was going to put everything. My mom came over the next morning and spent all day in the kitchen organizing for me ๐Ÿ™‚ I would of been lost. I hope you can get some help and find a way to make it work. We were able to use some bookcases in the garage as a pantry and a lot of stuff went out there.

  25. Wow! This dessert looks fantastic, and decadent. Pretty much, this is everything a good dessert should be: rich, gooey, and rich.

  26. Betty says:

    Cookie + pie = delicious! Hope you get settled into your new kitchen and find places for everything you need. ๐Ÿ™‚

  27. Villy says:

    I think it’s time for me to cook something with peanut butter for the first time. And this looks amazing!

  28. Deborah, this cookie pie looks AMAZING! I want to jump right into the picture and take a huge bite! It’s only 6:30am here and yet all I want now is a huge pb/chocolate cookie. i know it’s been a few months since you posted this, but i hope that move from your parents’ went well! ๐Ÿ™‚

  29. Melodee says:

    Just cut into this pie!…It melts in your mouth! Sooooo yumtastic!

  30. Ann Hayes says:

    This recipe looks delicious, and I am dying to try it! I currently live in Singapore, and peanut butter chips aren’t available here. Fortunately, I brought some back from the US just for this recipe when I recently went home to the US. Now the problem is that I cannot find milk chocolate chips here. Would semi-sweet work? Should I make other modifications to accommodate semisweet? Alternately, could I chop up milk chocolate into chip size pieces? I’m don’t want to waste the peanut butter chips if semi sweet or milk chocolate pieces won’t do. Thanks in advance for any advice you can give!

    • Deborah says:

      @Ann Hayes, you could totally do semi-sweet chocolate chips. I don’t think you’d need to modify anything – it won’t be quite as sweet, but I think it would still be great!

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