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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Ahh, chocolate pecan pie is my absolute favorite! I have always been very intimidated by pie making, but I saw “easy” and went for it. It was a success! I even made a link to this page on my own blog for my friends and family to give it try. Thanks for the recipe and your inspirational blog!
Oh Rhoda!! Sounds wonderful. I needed something to take to a picnic and this is going to be IT! Thanks so much.
Love you blog. Wouldn’t miss it.
Thanks Deb, hope you enjoy! It really is easy!
Oh this one is definitely a keeper! Thanks for sharing. Now I must get busy baking!
Sue Davis says
Could the chocolate chips be omitted? Then. …would it be just the standard pecan pie?
HI Sue, I don’t think it would be like a regular pecan pic by leaving out the chocolate chips. It might taste fine, not sure but the chocolate chips make it to me! Regular pecan pie has Caro syrup so this would be a different type recipe.
Roxanne M. Smith says
Yum! We call it Nestle Tollhose Pie…so good.
Three favorite words…Easy, Chocolate, Pie! Yum!!
Sounds great! I just pinned it to make next week. Thanks for sharing Rhoda.
Thanks for sharing this recipe Rhoda! I love trying different pecan pie recipes and my son loves chocolate pecan pie. I usually put just a teaspoon of bourbon in my pecan pies as well and it gives it just a little more flavor.
HI, Teresa, I’ve heard that as well, so I’m sure that’s a tasty addition.
Pat Dowd says
Hi Rhoda, The first recipe begins: Beat the eggs, but the ingredients list does not include eggs!!! So how many eggs are there supposed to be?
Sorry, I will fix it! There are 2 eggs.
Judy Westegaard says
Rhoda, I am confused. The first list of ingredients have no eggs listed but then the instructions say to beat the eggs. Also, the 2nd recipe called Chocolate Pecan Pie has no pecans listed but walnuts. Something is not correct.
Judy Westegaard says
Please check both recipes for omissions and replacements. There are no eggs listed in the first recipe yet the instructions say to beat eggs until frothy. Chocolate a Pecan Pie has no pecans listed but walnuts. Can you correct these as I do want to make them. TIA.
Hi, Judy, I modified the original recipe which called for walnuts, so either pecans or walnuts are fine. There are 2 eggs & I missed putting those in the printable recipe. It’s been fixed now! Easy to make, so hope you’ll try it.
Pat Dowd says
It’s me again. The second recipe is for Chocolate Pecan Pie, but the ingredients list walnuts, not pecans. I guess the proofreader was snoozing today! LOL ;D))
HI, Pat, sorry about that. As I mentioned in the beginning paragraph, the original recipe called for walnuts but I’ve always used pecans, so I changed it to pecans and didn’t get all the walnuts taken out of the recipe. It’s fixed now,but feel free to use whichever nut you wish.
Judith Westegaard says
Thanks for the update and corrections to the recipes, Rhoda. I definitely will be trying this!
There is always gatherings at the church, this pie will be perfect for that. Thanks
I am new to this site but these desserts look awesome. Can’t wait to try them.
Martha Praska says
I’ve made this for years! ! It was on the back of the Nestles Chocolate Chip bag and called Toll House Pie! It is very rich so cut small slivers to serve! My family LOVES it!
Meredith Fair says
I will definitely try this. Is it the same as chess pie? I lived in KY for many years and chess pie seems similar to your recipe. I might be way of course!
I’m not sure if it is or not, but it might be.
Nita Christian says
Doesn’t Chess Pie have cornmeal in it?
Meredith Fair says
Chess pie is similar looking to the Chocolate Chip Pie. It is more like a custard pie. No chocolate chips or nuts. But it has regular flour, brown sugar, white sugar, butter. The recipe for Kentucky Chess Pie didn’t have cornmeal in it. Maybe other versions do.