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Chili's Copycat Chocolate Chip Paradise Pie

By: Jamie from Jamie Cooks It Up!
Chili's Copycat Chocolate Chip Paradise Pie
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If you've ever had this decadent dessert from Chili's, you know it's simply heaven on a plate. This recipe for Chili's Copycat Chocolate Chip Paradise Pie is a simple copycat recipe for the best-loved restaurant dessert. Warm chocolate chip cookie bars filled with nuts and coconut are topped with creamy ice cream, then drizzled with chocolate syrup and caramel sauce. The whole thing practically melts in your mouth. It really is paradise in dessert form.

Serves12

Preparation Time15 min

Cooking Time35 min

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Dessert can definitely be the highlight of a meal. Anything with ice cream is exciting. When making this, I would omit the coconut, out of personal preference. Also, I would use dark chocolate chips, instead of milk chocolate, since they have a richer taste. In addition, I would omit the caramel sauce. Even with my tweaks of this recipe, I still think that this would be a good dessert.

We see TV ads for Chili's all the time, since it's within our television broadcast area. However, the closest one to us is over an hour away in the next state. This recipe looks very much like something I would definitely make and I'm looking forward to giving it a try. I'd use the semi-sweet chips rather than the milk chocolate ones, and I might try baking one with walnuts rather than almonds, though I do like almonds. This looks great to have with ice cream and some fudge topping.

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