Update: Apparently some outfit decided they own the rights to “Derby” and “Pie” when grouped side by side in a recipe and are threatening to sue people, so there you go. We all know it’s Chocolate Chip pie anyway, so continue to enjoy!
This is the recipe my sister gave me for Kentucky Derby Chocolate Chip Pie. I’ve been making it for years now and my family loves it. I’ve had some requests for it, so here it is:
1/2 C Flour
1 C Sugar
1 C Pecan Nuts (chopped just a little because this isn’t a pecan pie)
1 C Semi-sweet Chocolate chips (because this is a “chocolate chip” pie.)
2 Eggs (slightly beaten)
1 Stick Butter (melted and cooled – must be completely cooled or it will melt the “chocolate chips”)
1 tsp Vanilla (because what else would we put in a chocolate chip cookie pie?)
1 Pie Crust (Whatever recipe you would like, or maybe you can find a censorship pie crust recipe. LOL. *See note above.)
Prepare pie crust (do not bake). Combine sugar and flour. Add melted, cooled butter to the chocolate chip pie ingredients, as well as eggs and vanilla to flour mixture. Mix until well-blended and smooth. Stir in pecans and chocolate chips. Spread the chocolate chip pie ingredients in unbaked pie shell. Bake at 325 degrees for 45 minutes. Cool over night (does not need refrigeration). Best served the next day. Serve warm if you like. This is great with a good scoop of vanilla ice cream, or try chocolate chip cookie dough ice cream on the side!
My family and friends love this pie. I hope yours do too.