Hi friends! I shared this easy chocolate pie many years ago on my blog and recently made it again and remembered how good it is all over again. So I’m sharing it again. It’s called Chocolate Chip Pecan Pie and when I shared it then it called for walnuts, but I always use pecans, so you can use either one you wish.
It’s definitely rich, decadent, and delicious, so you might as well print it off now. I’ve had this recipe for years…you know how you pick up recipes from people you work with? I got this one years ago and still remember how good it was. I pulled it out again recently and made it for some friends. Served with vanilla ice cream, it’s a keeper! And what I love is that it’s so easy. With a premade bought crust, you can whip up this pie in no time and serve it to company with vanilla ice cream.
I don’t make my own piecrusts, so store bought it is! I took better pics this time around so hope you enjoy!
Golden brown from the oven.
This recipe has just a few ingredients and can be whipped up in no time. A great pie for homemade dessert for a special occasion.
Easy Chocolate Chip Pecan Pie
Premade pie crust with an easy ingredient chocolate chip with walnuts or pecan pie.
- 1 One 9-inch (deep dish) unbaked pie shell
- 1 cup Chopped Pecans
- 1 cup Semi-Sweet Chocolate chips
- 1/2 cup Plain Flour
- 1/2 cup Brown Sugar Packed
- 1/2 cup Sugar
- 1/2 cup 1 Stick melted butter
Beat eggs until foamy with mixer. Add sugar, brown sugar & flour. Blend in melted butter until smooth. Blend in chocolate chips and pecans. Pour into pie crust. Bake at 350* for 1 hour. This pie freezes well.
Chocolate Pecan Pie
One 9-inch (deep dish) unbaked pie shell
6-oz. (1 cup) semi-sweet chocolate chips
1 cup chopped pecans
1/2 cup plain flour
1/2 cup brown sugar (packed)
1/2 cup sugar
1/2 cup (1 stick) melted butter/margarine
Beat eggs until foamy. Add sugar, brown sugar & flour. Blend in melted butter until smooth. Blend in chocolate chips and pecans. Pour into pie crust. Bake at 350* for 1 hour. This pie freezes well.
Try it and tell me what you think!
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Ricki Jill Treleaven says
Rhoda, I love it when you share your recipes! You are so sweet to share them with us. This one sounds delicious 😀
This looks delicious! I’m all for simplicity, and this actually looks like something I could do. Easy recipes like this are definitely the reason I made sure to link you on my site so my friends can see. All I can make is snow cream…
Cheryl Malmberg says
Your Choclate Pecan pie looks awesome.I lived in Kentucky for 14 years and our name for this pie is a “Derby Pie”.During the weeks leading up to the Kentucky Derby this pie is available all over Kentucky.I love it.
Becky K. says
No question about it….I love this pie.
It is one of those perfect blends of flavor.
Now to get my daughter to make one for me….
Thanks for the recipe!
Leslie, the Home Maker says
Sounds delicious, but is this chocolate Pecan pie or Chocolate Walnut pie??Recipe calls for walnuts?
Rhoda @ Southern Hospitality says
Beverly, what I meant was, you can make it with either. Pick pecans or walnuts. I’ve made it both ways now. Delish!
stephenie from decorating addiction says
Sounds delicious! I follow you on twitter and always see that you’re working out at the gym . . . so I was surprised to see this recipe on your blog! It’s sounds fantastic. Is it similar to pecan pie, but with chocolate? Can’t wait to try it.
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laura @ the shorehouse says
I’m expanding out of my fat pants currently, so I’ll have to back burner this delicious little number. 🙂
The enchanted home says
That looks dangerously good and since we have ANOTHER 14 inches of snow outside today, again in NY….I will be looking to whip up something yummy and this just might be the thing to fit the bill! I happen to have all the ingredients…so will let you know. Overate in Paris on pastries and sweets but I always say its a free pass to eat whatever I desire when I am snowbound..lol.
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This is very similar to an “impossible” pie recipe. Doesn’t get any simpler than that. I just made a coconut custard version yesterday. I will try your recipe next. I haven’t seen this recipe before. Looks like a good candidate for a pat-in-pan pie crust. Thanks!
Jane H. says
I can tell already ~~ this is gonna be a keeper!!! Thanks for sharing.
It looks delicious, I’ll make one, not now, we are in the middle of a very hot summer when the ideal is an ice-cream.
Sorry, my English is rusty.
First time on your blog, love it, congratulations.
Hugs from Brasil
Luciane at HomeBunch.com says
Let me explain my situation today… As you know, I live in Canada and guess what? We’re having yet another snow storm! And all I can think about is eat, eat, eat! I don’t know why, but this cold is making me hungry! Seeing this pie is not helping me! lol
Now, I wish I could go to the market and buy some piecrust and make it now, but since I really shouldn’t drive at this weather I’ll have to crave this until tomorrow. Do you think this is fair, Missy??? LOL
Oh, but honestly… I will have to make it! Yum! 🙂
Luciane at HomeBunch.com
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mary beth says
This looks fabulous ! I am so glad to hear you admit that you are not the queen of sugar cookies OR pie dough! What a relief…me either! Thanks for sharing the recipe with us!
I make one VERY similar and I add some bourbon. It’s called Kentucky Derby Pie and it’s always a big hit. So good served warm with some vanilla ice cream. Oh.my!
The Pleasures of Homemaking says
That looks so good! I’ll have to make it soon!
Made it last night – SO DELICIOUS!!! And, it’s easy to have all of the ingredients on hand to be able to make at the last minute. Thanks for sharing!