Butterscotch and Chocolate Chip Cookie Pie

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I am sorry to show you this pie but on the other hand I know you will like it! This is another favorite pie that I make that everyone loves! It is full of butterscotch and chocolate chips plus pecans too and it great with vanilla ice cream drizzled with chocolate, butterscotch and  or caramel sauce!

Butterscotch and chocolate are great together, I love them both, especially together! This is the easiest pie to make, so I hope  you will make one, I know you will love it!

Ingredients:
1 – 9 inch pie crust
1/2 cup butter softened
2 eggs
1 teaspoon pure vanilla extract
½ cup granulated sugar
½ cup light brown sugar
½ cup al purpose flour
¾ cup semi-sweet chocolate chips
¾ cup butterscotch chips
1 cup pecans chopped

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Preheat oven to 350 degrees F and prepare a 9 inch pie crust.

In a large bowl, cream the butter, add eggs, vanilla and both types of sugar then mix together. Add the flour and mix until blended.

Stir in both chips and chopped pecans and pour into your prepared pie crust.

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Place in the oven and bake for 25 minutes depending on your oven until the center is set. The top should be light brown and a toothpick inserted comes out fairly clean.

Remove from oven and allow to cool about 30 minutes before serving. Serve with your favorite vanilla ice cream and drizzle with chocolate, butterscotch and  or caramel sauce!! 🙂 I made this pie this morning and there are only 3 small slices left!

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Do you like butterscotch and chocolate together?

 

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39 thoughts on “Butterscotch and Chocolate Chip Cookie Pie

  1. I’m sorry you showed it to me too 🙂 —I’m still so full from the dinner I cooked tonight—grilled out as our daughter-n-law came to eat as our son is off on a boys weekend….if I was hungry, as this is indeed tempting, I’d be all over this—and you must know how much I’ve loved our ice cream spade—it has been great Michael—it’s beautifully made and so great when working on really had ice cream—I know my grandfather would have loved it—he only used a spade vs a scoop with his ice cream–thank you again for you craftsmanship, skills, kindness and friendship–
    hugs–Julie

    • Hey Julie! You should make this one, it is so simple and well worth the 10 minutes to mix it up! I am glad you are enjoying the ice cream paddle scoop 🙂 I plan to try the olive oil when I cook dinner this evening! 🙂

  2. I think my hips just grew 5 inches looking at your photos! I am not a big fan of butterscotch but I would definitely give this a taste test! It looks fabulous, and as my dad would say (after tasting) “Rrrrrriiiich!” :-9

    Gorgeous scoop handle and cutting board, too!

    Lindy

  3. Oh goodness! This looks so incredibly tasty! I have started looking for butterscotch chips on the internet now as they aren’t common ingredients here! Although I think they should be! Have a great Sunday Michael, and enjoy that pie! 🙂

    • Hello Cathy, It is very delicious, I sure hope you give it a try. I have substituted the butterscotch chips for peanut butter chips and it is just as delicious! Do you have peanut butter chips in your stores?
      I thought of you earlier this morning when I was walking in the garden because my rose bush is still blooming. I thought about your rose bush that is also still blooming! 🙂

      • I don’t suppose I’ll find peanut butter chips in our regular stores either, aspeanut butter is exotic here too! LOL! I’m going to try and find some butterscotch online though. 😉 Thanks Michael!

  4. Yup – that is a killer pie alright!! I can practically taste it! I love butterscotch and whenever I visit my family in Canada, I make a beeline for the grocery store and come back with big bottles of maple syrup and at least a dozen bags full of all sorts of chocolate chips – butterscotch, peanut butter, mint. We get tiny little bags of not very nice chocolate chips in the grocery stores here (London) so I always stock up!

    • Hi there Selma! This pie is very delicious, I hope you get a chance to make it! I understand the visiting grocery stores, when I am out of town anywhere I always visit grocery stores to see what I can find that we don’t have locally! I enjoyed visiting your site, good recipes and pictures too! I am glad you had time to visit my site!

  5. My family would love this pie! And so many different ways to make it with all the “chip” options! I’d start with chocolate and butterscotch first 🙂

  6. Ha! I just picked up a bag of butterscotch chips at the store the other day, I always have chocolate chips and I’m on a roll with my pie crust making so this pie is in line next up! Pinning to my pie board!

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