Step 1: Ingredients
Cookie dough: homemade or from the store (I had a 30oz. package and did not use it all for two pies)
Brownie mix: (1 box of 19.4oz. was enough for two pies)
Caramel: I ended up using Dulce de Leche which was great, but expensive (1lb. and didn't use it all for one pie)
Pie Pans: 2 or you can use the same one twice (Mine is 7 inches in diameter on the bottom)
(Some of my ingredients were for two pies because I experimented first and failed which you will see in the last step.)
Step 2: Bake
Pour your brownie mix into a pie pan, you want to use about half the mix. Bake according to the package.
Take your cookie dough and push it down into the pie pan. You don't want it thick at all. It will puff up. I pushed it down with the size of the chocolate chips being the thickest it got. Bake it.
Step 3: Stack with Caramel
I put my brownie on top of the cookie to get an idea of how well it was going to fit. To get it to fit in snugly, I cut around the brownie taking off about 1/4-1/2 an inch and cut at an angle.
Once it is the size you want it, set it aside and get your caramel. I said earlier that I used the Dulce De Leche pictured, but you can probably use other caramels. They will just sit in the pie differently. This caramel spread on like creamy butter; it was so smooth.
Once I had the caramel spread and the brownie on top, I pushed down the brownie. It is nice and soft so it should cooperate with you. I pushed the edges, too, so they would match up better with the cookie crust.
Step 4: Put Together
You're done! What a lovely simple pie!
Step 5: First Version
I did eat the outcome, but I think the brownie was undercooked. It wasn't bad, but the other version was much better.
The plan for this version was to melt caramel candies, pour it out to harden flat, and cut into strips to criss cross on the top, but that didn't turn out either so the fancy caramel wasn't wasted on this pie.