Submitted by Tzipora Charlop
I love serving hot desserts on Friday night! When planning a Shabbos Seuda with guests, the first thing I think about is my dessert. Two months ago I was preparing for the Friday night meal and was simply tired of my “regulars.” I decided to be creative and combine my 3 favorites: cookie dough, peanut butter and chocolate fudge:) With that said, the dessert literally went like “hot cakes” and my guests all asked for the recipe! My only regret is that since I did not realize how good this creation was going to be, I did not think to take more photos before ( after Shabbos it was all gone!). Enjoy!
Place all ingredients in the peanut butter layer in a Ziploc bag. Seal and knead the bag with your hands until the contents are combined and smooth. Set aside 1/5 of the dough for later. Pour the remaining peanut butter dough into the pie crust and flatten so it is even and smooth.
Next, combine all chocolate fudge ingredients and whisk until smooth. Take 1/2 cup of the fudge and spread over the peanut butter layer. Save the remaining fudge for serving.
Next, prepare the cookie dough. Mix the sugar, brown sugar and oil. When combined, add vanilla and eggs and mix. Then, add flour, baking soda, baking powder and salt. Mix well. Lastly fold in the chocolate chips.
Form one inch balls. Place balls in the pie crust on top of the fudge layer. For a neat and symmetrical look, start around the rim and work your way until the middle.
Once completed, take the saved peanut butter dough and form 1/2 inch balls. Place the peanut butter balls in between the spaces of the chocolate chip cookie dough balls.
Bake on 350F for 30 minutes.
Warm up remaining chocolate fudge and pour 2 tablespoons into each individual bowl. Place a piece of the hot pie on top. Add a scoop of vanilla ice cream next to the pie and garnish with confectionary sugar.