July 18, 2016

Easy Toll House Pie

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A couple of times a year, my girlfriends and I decide that we need to be fancy and head to our favorite Tea House in the area. It’s called Miss Aimee B’s. After we stuff ourselves full of chicken salad, girl talk and as much sweet tea as we can drink, it never fails that the dessert menu arrives at the table.
 
You can’t say no to Miss Aimee B’s dessert. I’m a creature of habit and I always order the Toll House Cookie Pie. It’s warm, gooey and just the perfect amount of decadence to put you over the edge.
 

I’m sure it takes a while to make these delicious pies and I wanted to find a quick and easy way to make it at home.  I love having quick dessert options on hand to whip together and I found a way I can make my own pie at home with just a few ingredients. Nestle Toll House Baking Mix is a great option to make your favorite treats at home. From cookies to brownies and all your favorite chocolate chips and Butterfingers mix-ins, you can’t go wrong.

 
Here is what you need:
 
Preheat oven to 325 degrees. Mix ingredients together and pour into 1 thawed pie crust. Bake for 45-55 minutes until a tooth pick comes out clean. Serve warm with whipped cream or even a drizzle of chocolate syrup.

 

Gone are the days of having to plan out to make your favorite Toll House Treat. With Nestle Toll House Baking Mix being so versatile and customizable, I can easily prepare a sweet treat for my family or if I am needing it for a game night with my girlfriends or moms group.

 

 

 

 

I’m so excited, I’ve stocked up on these mixes. The possibilities are endless. Check out VeryBestBaking.com for even more insipiration, too! I’m even more excited that I can easily prepare a Toll House Cookie Pie with minimal ingredients I always have on hand. What would you use Nestle Toll House Baking Mixes for to simplify your baking?

 

7 responses to “Easy Toll House Pie”

  1. Julie says:

    If you skipped the pie shell and just did it in a pan, would it be okay for cookie bars? I am needing somthing like this for a bachelorette weekend, I may need to check it out.

  2. Holy smokes how simple is this?! I would never have thought of making a pie like this but girl, you just rocked my world.

  3. Such a lovely combination! I am glad you enjoyed the new NESTLÉ® TOLL HOUSE® baking mixes. Thanks #client

  4. Molly says:

    Cookie… pie? I need this in my life! It looks delicious! What a fun desert!

  5. The pie crust sounds like a delicious addition…gonna try this out for the boys.

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