Posted: 10/5/2011 6:44:07 PM
I baked at the temperature and the time...the ends browned and the inside cookie part seemed to still be uncooked!! I put them back in but was disappointed....ripped up the recipe, would not be interested in giving it another go...
Posted: 9/25/2011 7:10:26 PM
these are delicious i changed it up just a little as I thought it sounded like a lot of chocolate for me. I used caramels to put on top the cookie instead of a hershey kiss, just the plain caramels you use to melt for caramel apples and we served them on top of candy bar overload ice cream and it was delicious... will definitely make again, very easy to make and very dangerous so tempting to eat more than one : )
Posted: 9/22/2011 10:54:30 AM
These cookies are delicious and very quick & easy to make. I drizzled chocolate on top of the pie, I'm a chocolate person. I'm also going to make them with my famous peanut butter chocolate chip cookie mix inside.
Posted: 9/21/2011 9:19:29 AM
Alright, first off: I wish people would give it a rest with the 500 calorie thing. Even fruit filled pies are around the same calorie count. I'm a SAHM and I'm currently on a diet to lose weight, these desserts help me on the path. It takes care of 3 of my favorite things but all rolled into one thus saving me 1000 calories in a week. These are awesome to make and I love to put dark chocolate kisses in them and homemade cookie dough. Also if you roll the pie crust thinner you get more pies and save calories.
Posted: 9/20/2011 4:30:23 PM
OMG, Hyacinth -- what a great idea! Can't wait to try your clever changes!! "500 calories per cookie!!! Are you kidding? I think they should stuff a marshmallow in there along with the cookie dough and chocolate kiss, deep fry it and then drizzle it with more chocolate and caramel sauce to see if they can hit the 1000 calorie mark." LOL
Posted: 9/18/2011 5:08:32 AM
I've made many little treats using this pie dough. Usually I will roll it out alittle more because I find it to be too thick. I also will take the extra dough and remold it to make more(I don't discard it, I'll always use it somehow) It's a nice "chocolate fix" for sure, especially with the wide variety of cookie doughs on the market. But as many of you have posted the options are endless. You're all thinking of all the different flavors you can add and that's great. Thanks for the ideas.
Posted: 9/17/2011 2:14:33 PM
I liked how flaky the crust is! Easy to make! Kids would love to make! I baked mine 5 minutes more for a golden brown! The sugar on top is a nice touch! Chocolatey sweet!
Posted: 9/17/2011 12:35:34 AM
Costs more than $1.50 per cookie or $18 per dozen with enough scrap dough to make a full pie crust! LOTS OF WASTE!
Posted: 9/15/2011 9:55:04 PM
Thinking about people wanting lower calorie, why can't you use sugar free strawberry preserves and a scoop of peanut butter for a Pb& J one. Or some coarsely chopped thawed strawberries (unsweetened) with a couple of sugar free chocolate chips. Use a sugar free pie filling!
Posted: 9/15/2011 9:46:57 PM
I have made "mini pies" using Pillsbury pie dough. I have added chopped, canned apple pie filling, a spoonful of Nutella, strawberry preserves. Instead of using 2 pie pieces I used a 4" circle and folded it in half. I might try this with a half a cookie dough ball and a mini kiss or a few chocolate chips and fold the dough over all of it. For the fruit ones I made a powdered sugar glaze and brushed it over still warm pies to make them resemble a Hostess fruit pie!