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Cookie Cake Pie
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A batch of cookie dough
A single batch of cake batter
A single pie crust
Frosting for a birthday cake
Prepare one batch of chocolate chip cookie dough. You can leave this in the fridge or to the side while you prepare the rest. Doris used the premade chocolate chip cookie dough you get in the grocery store coolers.
Prepare a single pie crust and line it into a pie plate. Doris used the premade Pillsbury pie crusts, also found in grocery store coolers.
Place the cookie dough inside of the pie crust and using your fingers or a spoon, spread it so that it evenly coats the bottom of the crust. Doris' was about 3/4 inch thick.
Pre-heat the oven to 350F.
Let the cookie-filled pie crust rest for a bit while you mix up some birthday cake. Doris used yellow cake mix.
Pour cake batter directly on top of the cookie dough until the pie crust is about 2/3 filled. The cake will rise, so you want to leave room for it. If you have left over batter, make a few cupcakes.
Bake for about 30 minutes and start checking every 5 minutes to see if it is done. It took Doris' cake about 45 or 50 minutes to set up.
Let cool, and frost generously with buttercream frosting. Garnish as desired.
Doris doubled this recipe and made two cake/pies. She used 9-inch cake pans instead of pie plates because they were deeper. She added peanut butter to one of the batches of icing. Miniature chocolate chip cookies were used to garnish the cakes. Doris made these for one of our grandsons' birthdays.
One cake makes about 8 servings.
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