Sunday, October 12, 2014

No Bake Chocolate Chip Cookie Pie (Seriously Simple!)

You are NOT gonna believe how easy this recipe is! These kinds of recipes intrigue me sooo much that I can't resist making them.

Only 4 ingredients and.....

Your 4-year old could most likely put this dessert together!

Dunk store purchased cookies in milk...layer them in a graham cracker pie crust...along with layers of cool whip...
wait 8 hours (yep, that's definitely the HARDEST part) and you'll be amazed by the irresistible result! 

I thought I took a lot of photos of this pie??...this one's a bit blurry.  I took some of single pieces, but in my rush, I didn't realize they didn't show the layers like I wanted you to see....I'm still a rookie photographer in a lot of ways...thanks for putting up with me and my shadows, and blurs. *-* 

Thanks so much to Tracey at The Kitchen is my Playground for sharing this one with us at Weekend Potluck.  We seem to feature a number of her awesome recipes.  I love that she's a die-hard cookbook lover like me. She got this one from a local cookbook from her hometown.


1 (13 ozs) pkg. chocolate chip cookies (original, not soft & chewy)
(I used Keebler Chips Deluxe with peanut butter cups in them - 
Chips Ahoy work great too)
1 (9 ozs) prepared graham cracker pie crust 
1 c. milk
1 (8 ozs) container frozen whipped topping, thawed

Set aside 2 cookies to crumble over top of pie. 

Place milk in a cup. Dunk cookies (6 - 8 depending on size of pie crust), one at a time, in the milk and place in a single layer in bottom of graham cracker crust. (I dunked each for about 2 don't want them to become soggy). Spread 1/3 of the whipped topping over first layer of cookies.

Dunk the rest of the cookies (8 - 10) for second layer (as you can see by the photo collage, I broke a cookie to 'fill in'); top with whipped topping. Crumble reserved cookies and sprinkle over pie. Cover and chill for at least 8 hours before serving.  It works best if you can let it set overnight in the fridge.

AH.MA.ZING dessert!!

Linked to Weekend Potluck
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