Texas Trash Pie

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In my search for delicious and unique desserts I was certainly intrigued when I came across Texas Trash Pie. The name got my attention and I had to try it out! Texas Trash Pie is easy to make and is a great dessert to make for a party or potluck, and it can be made well ahead of time.

When making a recipe I always give credit if I know where the recipe came from. Although the recipe came from my “Taste of Home” Cookbook one thing that continually popped up was where the recipe originated. I have never been to Round Top, Texas but there is a family that owns a restaurant called Royers Round Top Cafe. According to my research the cafe is still open and they boast about serving large slices of pies. I’d like to try these Texas size slices of pie so I may have to make a road trip and visit.

The recipe is exactly how it was in the cookbook, and believe me, it is easy and smells so good when it’s baking..



· 1 10” pie crust or 9” deep pie crust.

· 1 cup of chocolate chips.

· 1 cup of pretzels crushed.

· 1 cup graham crackers crushed.

· 1 cup shredded coconut.

· 1 cup pecan pieces.

· 1 cup caramel bites or butterscotch.

· 1 stick butter melted.

· 1 14 oz. can sweetened condensed milk.


1. Preheat oven to 350*.

2. Heat butter until completely melted.

3. Combine all the filling ingredients (chocolate chips, pretzels, graham cracker crumbs, coconut, pecans, caramel bits, butter, and sweetened condensed milk) until mixed well.

4. Pour the entire filling into a frozen pie crust.

5. Bake for 35 minutes.

Let cool, slice, and enjoy!!


# Food & Drink# pie# Texas Trash Pie# Baking

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