Dixie Pie-Tippins Restaurant Style
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|3/4 c||light corn syrup|
|1/4 c||butter, melted|
|1 tsp||pure vanilla extract|
|1 c||heaping with pecan halves|
|1/2 c||heaping with mini semi-sweet chocolate chips|
|homemade or store bought crust (bottom only)|
Kansas City, MO (pop. 459,787)
Member Since Feb 2011
When Tippins Restaurant went out of business I was so sad at the thought of never having this pie again. It was just the best place to go for a late night coffee and pie "decompress" with a girlfriend. Then Hen House markets secured all of Tippins old pie recipes and started selling them in their stores. It still wasn't the same for me. I want to sit down with warm, fresh made pie and coffee and chat my bestie up for an hour. Now I can. So can you! Enjoy this pie warm with or without vanilla bean ice cream and a steamy cup of great coffee...and a friend.
Preheat the oven to 350 degrees. Prepare pie pan with crust, piercing the bottom and sides slightly with a fork and crimping the edge. Scatter the pecans and chips evenly over the bottom.
Mix the remaining 5 ingredients together and pour into the pie crust. Bake for 45 minutes.