You Had Me At Booger

What? Booger? Yep, you read that right. Booger. This is Booger Pie. Seriously! I didn’t make it up. (I know my co-workers are all thinking I made this name up but I didn’t. Really!) I saw this great post over at The Speckled Dog and had to make it. I mean really. How could I resist such an awesome name?! I saw it, got off work and ran straight to the store.

The ingredients were super simple and relatively cheap. We bought:

* 1 package of Chips Ahoy Chocolate Chip Cookies
* 1 16 ounce tub of Cool Whip

* small bowl of milk

* mini chocolate chips

The recipe called for chocolate sprinkles instead of chocolate chips but the store here in town was out of chocolate sprinkles. I know – shame on them. How can a store be out of chocolate sprinkles?!

Dip the cookies in the milk and then lay them in the bottom of a pan. You can use any kids of pan. We made 2 in 9×9 pans for me to take to work and then made 2 in tupperware “dishes” so we could keep one and then take one to a friend’s house.

Spread some of the Cool Whip on top of the cookies and then sprinkle with chocolate chips.

Repeat this layer as many times as you would like. We did 2 layers in the 9×9 pans but did 3 payers in the tupperware since they were smaller.

Put it in the fridge for about 2 hours and there you have it… Booger Pie.

It’s even better the next day! The milk and whipped cream make the cookies all soft and almost cake like. It’s delicious and so darn easy to make. Even little ones can make this one!

Enjoy! And try not to smile when you tell people you’re making Booger Pie.

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  1. Awesome recipe, lol! Love it! Seriously, this sounds amazing. Cookies and cool whip and chocolate chips? There’s no way it can’t be good. The name rocks. Thanks for sharing! :o)

  2. Mmmm, boogers or not, this looks really good! It looks like you have a bunch of great recipes. I’m going to have to have a look around!

  3. I saw this recipe last week too and added it to my “must make” recipes. I even bought the ingredients but haven’t made it yet.

  4. What’s not to love? Simple and tasty!

  5. Can’t say the name sounds too appetising, but this reminds me of my favorite dessert – Chocolate Ripple Cake. It might be an Australian thing as it’s made with Arnott’s Chocolate Ripple biscuits and whipped cream. You make it in a log shape. Let it sit overnight in fridge or dip biscuits in milk first, like you did, if you need it to work more quickly. Biscuits turn to cake and it’ssoooooooo yummy!

  6. oh em gee! you gotta be kidding me! who would have ever thought! Ok Im getting me some chocolate chip cookies and making thi right now! I mean like right now!
    Thanks for stopping by my blog! Im now hooked on yours!

  7. You really find the best recipes. This looks incredible. I am definitely making this. I think it is going to end up being a favorite for me…super easy and super delish:)

  8. Ok, this is hilarious! And incredibly yummy looking. What kid wouldn’t love Booger Pie! Kids of all ages, especially if they’re male 🙂

  9. I am so letting my kids make this!!! It is so easy and they will LOVE the name! Thanks!

  10. I bet it tastes wayyyy better than boogers – I’m gonna have to consult my 2 year old for that one though! Looks super easy and fun to make! Thanks!

  11. mmm that looks so yummy!!

  12. That’s just pure genius, with a goofy name 😀

  13. Yum! Milk and cookies in one spoonful! I love it!

  14. I tried this yesterday…actually I supervised. My son LOVED making it.

  15. I also posted about it on my blog today–giving you credit, of couse.

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  17. Wow-so easy and it is wallet friendly-two good things-I will have to try this:) THank you for sharing!!! i am a new follower as of today:)!

  18. That is hilarious! What a fun and easy recipe…my son would love helping with this!

    Thanks for stopping by my blog 🙂

  19. Love it! Anything I can make with my little guy that doesn’t require careful supervision is a huge plus. I’m putting this on my to do project list. Thanks for sharing!

  20. oooooh my goodness. so simple, yet amazing.