A cookie crust and a chocolate raspberry filling creates an amazing and easy pie. Make this Chocolate Raspberry Truffle Cookie Pie for someone special this month.
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Raspberries and blackberries used to be my least favorite fruits. I think it was because the seeds always got stuck in my teeth. I have issues with things getting stuck there.
Anyone else remember the hilarious story of me and coconut when I shared these Mocha Cookie Crumble Cupcakes? Yeah, I'd like to forget it too!
It's that same reason that used to keep me from eating these fruits. But recently I have been all about the raspberry and chocolate combo. I may even like that more than strawberry and chocolate...but I haven't totally decided yet.
I still have issues eating raspberries plain. But put them on a chocolate and cookie pie, and I am all over a big slice of pie! The fresh burst of berry with the smooth creamy filling and the chewy cookie crust...oh, my!
Dang it! Now I'm totally craving this pie again, and the kids devoured all of it. I had a feeling I should have hidden that last slice. At least my hips are happy I let the kids have all of it.
A few weeks ago, I shared this Chocolate Raspberry Truffle Dip. While I was busy shoving spoonfuls of that delicious goodness in my mouth, I started wondering what else I could do with it. I mean eating it by the spoonfuls was pretty amazing, but I knew it would be fabulous in some sort of a pie too.
Guess what? I was totally right! Smug smile...I love it when I'm right...especially about dessert ideas.
I do love finding ways to use pre-made items and give them a little bit of homemade flair. This pie does just that. Use a roll of refrigerated chocolate chip cookie dough for the crust. Little shortcuts like this just mean you are a little bit closer to eating pie. That's a good thing!
After the cookie bakes and cools, you can whip up a batch of truffle dip. Just do not start eating it by the spoonfuls...or the cookie crust will be very lonely.
More Cool Whip, some fun chocolate and raspberry drizzles, and fresh raspberries give this pie a special treatment. It totally looks like a gourmet dessert, but without all the hard work.
I'm thinking you and I both need to make this pie. Trust me...you really do want this pie ASAP!
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- 1 -16 ounce refrigerated chocolate chip cookie dough
- 1 - 8 ounce package cream cheese, softened
- ½ cup unsalted butter, softened
- 1 ¼ cup dry brownie mix
- ½ cup raspberry preserves + 1 Tablespoon
- ½ cup marshmallow cream
- 8 ounces Cool Whip
- 1 Ttblespoon hot fudge
- fresh raspberries
- Preheat oven to 375°.
- Press the cookie dough evenly on the bottom and sides of a greased 10 inch pie plate. Bake for 14 minutes. It will look undone, but do not over bake. Remove and let cool completely.
- Beat the creamy cheese until creamy. Add the softened butter, brownie mix, ½ cup raspberry preserves, and marshmallow cream and beat again. Stir in ½ cup Cool Whip. Spread in the bottom of the cooled cookie crust.
- Cover the filling with 2 cups Cool Whip.
- Heat the hot fudge for 10-15 seconds. Drizzle over the top of the pie. Repeat with the remaining preserves.
- Use the remaining Cool Whip to swirl around the edges of the pie. Decorate with fresh raspberries.
- Refrigerate a few hours before serving. Store in a sealed container in the refrigerator. Make 12 slices.
*Spoon your hot fudge and raspberry preserves in separate baggies and cut one tip off for nice and neat drizzles.
Nutrition Information:Yield: 12 Serving Size: 1
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 528Total Fat: 31gSaturated Fat: 17gTrans Fat: 1gUnsaturated Fat: 12gCholesterol: 42mgSodium: 276mgCarbohydrates: 61gFiber: 1gSugar: 29gProtein: 4g
Nutrition facts are an estimate and are not guaranteed to be accurate. If you need special diet advice, please see a registered dietician.
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