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There are some desserts in this world that totally “take the cake” amongst others.
This pie is no cake but it definitely tastes better than one! Have you ver heard of a chocolate chip pie? Well, folks, today is your lucky day because that is the recipe we will be learning how to make. I seriously cannot get over how easy something so amazing tastes. You guys are totally going to be mind-blown over this one. Even my sister, who doesn’t like anything, totally dug this dessert. Imagine that!
My friends at Good taste say that this is one of the best pie recipes you’ll ever eat. Thanks to my sister for giving this delicious pie its name of Chocolate Chip Pie. It will surely be a delight to all who make this amazing confection of sweetness.
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Quick Tip: This pie tastes really good when frozen. You should try it!