Total Time
50mins
Prep 10 mins
Cook 40 mins

As the holidays approach, I am looking for more mixes to make as gifts. I am including the recipe, and some suggested uses. Enjoy!

Ingredients Nutrition

Directions

  1. To make the dry mix:.
  2. Place sugar and flour in small bowl and blend with a wisk. Place this mixture into a small heavyweight plastic baggie. Label it "Dry Ingredients".
  3. Place remaining ingredients in another bag. Label it "Chocolate Packet".
  4. Attach bags together and give with instructions for "Making Chocolate Chip Pie".
  5. Making Chocolate Chip Pie Instructions:.
  6. Add "Dry Ingredients" from pie mix to a large bowl. Add melted butter and eggs.
  7. Mix until moistened.
  8. Gently stir in "Chocolate Packet" from pie mix.
  9. Place mixture in pie crust.
  10. Bake at 350 for 35-40 minutes.

Reviews

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The only reason I am giving this only 4 stars is because I didn't make it as written. I had to sub the pecans with mixed nuts (walnuts, cashews and p-nuts), and I had only 1/4cup of sweetened coconut flakes, so I added another 1/4 of the all natural unsweetened stuff. This was wonderfully , rich and delicious. I would recommend a good cup of coffee or a nice cold glass of milk. It would be pretty if garnished with a dollop of whipped cream with a few chocolate shavings,,, but totally over the top if you did, it is this good. Hubby and I had this after we had a "light supper of veggie sandwiches, which I am glad we did, otherwise I may not have fit in my jeans. Thank you Loves2teach!

Chef Carol Kay November 24, 2007

I would give it 5 stars... because it is so easy to make and very good... but it is almost too sweet. We make such small slices... that I am not sure when we will get it finished! Next time, I will make it when I have more people here to share it. Very good recipe! Would make a great gift and very different than most cookies in a jar type recipe. Mary in KS

Mary W. November 23, 2007

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