Irish Whiskey Brownie PIe

The dessert case is a stressful place for me, because I can never narrow my sweet craving to just one treat. Will it be of the gooey fudgy variety, demand an extra flakey crust, or be big and boozy? On St Patrick’s Day (or any holiday really), I don’t believe in choosing just one dessert genre, so let’s bake Irish Whiskey Brownie Pie and have all three!

A decadent collision of boozy Irish whiskey, buttery flakey pie crust, bold espresso, and a super-fudge brownie, Irish Whiskey Brownie Pie is molten chocolate meets after dinner drink, in pie form. When I stumbled across this recipe for Chocolate Midnight Pie from King Arthur Flour, I knew I had to try my own version, with an Irish twist.

As I shared in Monday’s post for Corned Beef and Cabbage Grilled Cheese, on St. Patrick’s Day I forsake the mini-EU of countries that comprise my heritage in favor of celebrating my inner Irish girl. Irish Whiskey Brownie Pie is my ideal Irish dessert. It’s rich enough for a special occasion, while remaining decidedly homey and unfussy. It’s also spiked with Irish whiskey, a change to which I suspect my fellow Irishmen and women will not object.

PS. On St. Patrick’s Day, I consider you alllll my fellow Irishmen and women, so gather ’round for a big ol’ slice of fudgy brownie bliss!

Irish Whiskey Brownie Pie. BEST PIE EVER

No matter your brownie style, Irish Whiskey Brownie Pie will please. Middle brownie lovers will go giddy over the way the fudgy pie filling melts with each bite. Edge brownie lovers will rejoice in the contrast between the nearly molten filling and the fabulous, flakey crust. Everyone will flip for the light, crackly brownie top. It reminds me of that mysteriously crackly and enigmatically delectable flakey chocolate layer that forms over a pan of boxed brownies. With each bite, the light top of Irish Whiskey Brownie Pie shatters to reveal gooey brownie filling below. It’s an opposites-attract romance for the ages.

Holding all of our flavors together is a boozy coffee crust. We’re adding espresso powder for deeper flavor and spiking it with smooth Irish whiskey. The whiskey works it two ways. It makes the crust even more flakey (same idea behind a vodka pie crust—the alcohol slows down the gluten formation, leaving you with a tender, extra flakey crust) and…now we have more whiskey to the pie. Win!

Irish Whiskey Brownie Pie Recipe

No matter how decadent dessert I am baking, I make a point to incorporate whole wheat flour for a boost of fiber. I love the deep, nutty flavor of regular whole wheat flour in my breads, but I find it can be too harsh for some desserts. My secret: white whole wheat flour. It has the same fiber and nutrition as regular 100% whole wheat flour, but is milled from a lighter white wheat berry, giving it a mild flavor and light color that’s ideal for use in cakes, cookies, muffins, and yes pie.

Substitute up to half of the all purpose flour in any baking recipe with white whole wheat flour, and (with the exception of something extremely delicate such as an angel food cake), you will hardly notice a difference. You can substitute all of the all purpose flour with white whole wheat, though your dough will require a bit of extra moisture and the final product will be a touch more dense. I often bake my cookies and brownies with 100% white whole wheat flour, and use half white whole wheat/half all purpose for my cakes.

For our Irish Whiskey Brownie Pie crust, I used half all purpose flour and half white whole wheat flour, and it was just as tender and flakey as the pie crusts I’ve made with 100% all purpose flour. Plus, I enjoyed the secret knowledge that I was slipping my guests a few extra grams of fiber with their dark chocolate.  All in the name of being a good friend, of course!

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As long as this crackle-topped, whiskey fudged, and espresso crusted Irish Whiskey Brownie Pie is behind the bakery case, my dessert decision is a piece of cake, er, pie.

Irish Whiskey Brownie Pie. Fudge brownie coffee pie with Irish whiskey.
Irish Whiskey Brownie PIe. Gloriously rich with a fudgy center and big whiskey flavor! @wellplated

Irish Whiskey Brownie Pie

5 from 2 votes
A decadent brownie pie with a fudgy chocolate filling and flakey espresso crust, spiked with Irish whiskey. A must bake for all chocolate lovers, and a perfect St. Patrick’s Day dessert.

Prep: 25 mins
Cook: 45 mins
Total: 10 hrs 5 mins

Servings: 1 9-inch pie, serves 8-12


For the Crust:

  • 6 tablespoons unsalted butter, very cold
  • 3/4 cup all purpose flour
  • 1/2 cup white whole wheat flour
  • 1/4 cup powdered sugar
  • 1/4 teaspoon kosher salt
  • 1/4 teaspoon espresso powder
  • 1 – 3 tablespoons half and half cold, or substitute heavy whipping cream
  • 2 tablespoons Irish whiskey (any kind you like—I used 2 Gingers)

For the Brownie Filling:

  • 1/4 cup unsalted butter (4 tablespoons) at room temperature
  • 1 1/2 cups granulated sugar
  • 1/4 teaspoon salt
  • 4 large eggs
  • 1/4 cup Dutch process cocoa
  • 2 tablespoons Irish whiskey
  • 1 tablespoon half and half or substitute heavy whipping cream
  • 1 teaspoon pure vanilla extract
  • 1 teaspoon espresso powder
  • 2 tablespoons cornmeal (yellow or white)
  • 2/3 cup bittersweet chocolate chips
  • Whipped cream for serving (optional)


  • Prepare the crust: Dice the butter, then place it in the freezer while you prepare the other ingredients. In the bowl of a food processor fitted with a steel blade (or a medium mixing bowl), place the all purpose flour, whole wheat flour, sugar, and salt, then pulse a few times to combine. (If not using a food processor, stir the ingredients together in a medium bowl). Add the butter pieces, then pulse just until the dough resembles a cobblestone street. Some pieces will be the size of peas, others oatflakes. (Without a food process, work the butter into the dry ingredients with a fork or pastry blender.)
  • Dissolve the espresso powder in 1 tablespoon of the half and half. Sprinkle over the crust mixture. Sprinkle on whiskey. Add up to 3 tablespoons (or more, if necessary) of the half and half to the dry ingredients, pulsing a little after each. Add only as much half and half as you need to for the dough to just hold together when you take a handful. On a lightly floured work surface, pat the dough into an even, flat, 1-inch disk, wrap in plastic, then refrigerate 1 hour or overnight.
  • Prepare the pie: Place a rack in the center of the oven and preheat the oven to 350 degrees F. Remove the dough from the refrigerator and allow it to warm at room temperature until it becomes flexible enough to roll, 15 to 30 minutes. On a lightly floured work surface, roll the dough into a 12-inch circle. Transfer the dough to a regular (not deep-dish) 9″ pie pan that’s at least 1 ¼ inches deep. Trim and crimp the edges, then place the crust in the freezer to chill, while you prepare the filling.
  • In the bowl of a standing mixer or a medium mixing bowl, beat together the butter, sugar, and salt until smooth. Add the eggs one at a time, beating slowly but thoroughly after each addition. You want to ensure the eggs are well combined, without beating in a lot of air. Stir in the cocoa, whiskey, half and half, and vanilla.
  • In a food processor (mini is easier), grind together the espresso powder, cornmeal, and chocolate. Gently stir it into the batter, then pour the batter into the prepared crust.
  • Bake the pie for 45 minutes, adding a crust shield after 20 minutes (if you do not have a reusable crust shield, carefully fit the edges with pieces of tin foil). The middle will look very soft. The pie is done baking when the internal temperature has reached 165 degrees F. Remove the pie from the oven, cool to room temperature, then cover and refrigerate overnight before serving.
  • Serve each slice topped with whipped cream, if desired.

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  1. This sounds just like the chocolate pie that my mom used to make for my birthday every year. I’d definitely make it first thing for a trip down memory lane :)

  2. I can never choose either…brownies, pie, cake…I want it all! And I love that with this brownie pie, I can pretty much have it all.

  3. What would I bake first? Well, the brownie pie, of course! This looks like an awesome idea, esp on those days when you can’t decide what type of dessert you crave most!

  4. I am definitely making this pie! And I’m also going to try some Irish cupcakes-with either whiskey or stout. Haven’t decided yet! I’ve made Jack Daniels cupcakes before and they were just the right amount of boozy…So I’m leaning toward Irish whiskey but could easily be swayed to try something new with a nice stout! But really can’t wait for all of the goodness this pie seems to offer!

  5. After I made this decadent-sounding Irish Whiskey Brownie Pie, I’d use the ingredients to make a version of Chocolate Bourbon Pecan Pie!

  6. This looks aaaammmmaaazing! I love how you took the photos of the pie and King Arthur products you used. I’m the same way with desserts, I want little bites or everything!
    If I won, I’d love to make espresso brownies. I had one once and have been wanting to make some ever since, and have been eyeing up the espresso powder in the King Arthur Flour catalog which I drool over every month!

  7. Since I feel like I should faceplant directly into this pie I think that may be a sign of what I need to make first ;) I feel like I can taste it already and GIRL it tastes GOOD!

  8. Just Heavenly! And I love that you incorporate whole-wheat flour into all your desserts, I’m trying to do the same right now since I gave up white flour for Lent. I’ve found it to be a welcomed change, because as you said, it just adds a great nuttiness to everything you can’t get anywhere else. Cheers!

  9. I love baking and like to use a 9×13 pan as it’s easier to use and I can give it away by squares to my friends. Brownies and bar cookies are my favs. I am sure I’d use the espresso in whatever I made.

  10. I love chocolate. And whiskey. Perfect combo! I would definitely start trying a new brownie recipe with the giveaway ingredients. I’m on the search for the perfect one. My husband prefers boxed mix and I refuse! lol

  11. This pie sounds wonderful but I’m with Ellen on something lemon. Spring is finally showing up around here and a lemon or lime dessert is what I am craving-maybe Key lime pie, hmmmm.

  12. I think I’d have to make my chocolate mousse cake with those ingredients but your pie looks yummy also!

  13. Make the trifecta: cake, pie & cookies. Red wine velvet cake, your pie & whole grain oatmeal – choc ‘chip’ cookies.

  14. Don’t even get me started on dessert case indecision. I’m the worst! Thank goodness I have a hubby who can order something else so I can try at least two things. :) This looks seriously fabulous (and dangerous).

  15. Would enjoy making some delicious brownies with this prize. I have baked with only King Arthur flour for many years. Absolutely the best flour in the USA…

  16. I would bake the brownie pie – I’ve been looking for a really great Irish Whiskey recipe, and this may be it

  17. Your pie of course!!! I’m enjoying the trend of baking with booze. Perfect for this winter that we can’t seem to shake!

  18. Do you have a dark soda bread recipe? Every year I try a new version trying to find something that compares to the bread from Cork…

    1. I wish Paul! I have an old, old Irish soda bread recipe elsewhere on this blog, but the photos are pretty embarrassing now, LOL. (recipe is great, I just don’t think it’s the dark soda bread you’re looking for.) I found this one on King Arthur Flour’s website. Is it more what you’re looking for?

    2. I haven’t had the pleasure of traveling in Ireland (yet…), so I don’t know if this resembles the soda bread from Co. Cork, but I’ve been making this recipe from the March, 1994, issue of the dearly departed Gourmet magazine every year since it arrived, and it is delicious: (Too early to be on Epicurious, so thank goodness someone posted it — and my favorite Gourmet cover ever (Soda bread, cosmos and butter)). Delivered this year’s batch to my dear ones today. Erin go bragh.

      1. Tracy, thanks so much for sharing this recipe! I’m so happy to have it and am going to try to make it for my family this weekend when I head home to visit. Hope you have a very Happy St. Paddy’s Day!

      2. Thanks Tracy! I gave the recipe a shot with a few changes (based on my poorly stocked kitchen). I omitted the fruit/seeds/butter/white sugar, added two tablespoons of molasses and used whole wheat flower. It turned out great! I look forward to trying it again next year!

  19. What a beautiful, festive pie! I know my husband would looove this, as he’s a big fan of whiskey.
    And I would bake some chocolate espresso crinkle cookies maybe! Or, your pie :)

  20. With Easter around the corner I’ll be making hot cross buns for sure, I need to get down to Norwhich to stock up at the KAF store!

  21. I’m not a pie person – but this pie could make me change my mind! Yum – I’d bake this after making some pretzels.

  22. My son-in-law is the only one in our family with Irish heritage. I would make the Irish Whiskey Brownie Pie for him and hope that he shares with the rest of us.

  23. The first thing I would make would be your recipe for the Irish Whisky Brownie Pie, this sounds delicious.

  24. I’ve always wanted to make a homemade Chocolate cake, and I have a few recipes that call for Dutch Process Cocoa. I can never seem to find it in any of the stores and so I’ve never tried making one because from what I’ve read, you are not supposed to substitute regular natural cocoa. Winning this from KAF would be so wonderful!

  25. I would try your Irish Whiskey Brownie Pie. I know that would be a big hit with all my men. Right now I have KAF’s Cherry Pistachio Biscotti in the oven for my mom. I love KAF’s recipes and their products. My favorite company! So happy you’re affiliated with them, Erin! Smart lady! (But then, I already knew that!)

  26. Buttery crust AND buttery brownie filling?! The two major food groups covered in one fell swoop!

  27. I would love to try this pie using the King Arthur ingredients – but your Irish Potato pie recipe is also a winner!!

  28. The last birthday cake I made for my son before he moved was King Arthur’s Favorite Fudge Birthday Cake. It was great! I’d make it again using those ingredients.

  29. I am literally drooling over this! I’ve had stout cake but whiskey in my brownie pie? Here for it.

    I think I’d make a rich double chocolate chip cookie with just a hint of espresso.

  30. This is one gorgeous and flavorsome pie, enough to make an old chocoholic like me very happy!

  31. I think I’d first make this yummy pie and then try making your Strawberry Lemonade Shortbread squares…sounds delish!

  32. Going to be making this for St Patrick’s Day and then probably some double chocolate cookies with the King Arthur items. Or anything to help me get past the Black Knight.

  33. I’m thinking…..the brownie whiskey pie…again…because I think I may be making it before this contest is Looks scrumptious!

  34. I would make some gooey chocolate espresso brownies with a chocolate buttercream icing and of course the brownie pie!

  35. The first thing I would make is chocolate expresso puffs in filo dough. I would top them with a light cream and the fresh berries we are starting to see. Gotta go, I’m drooling!

  36. I want to make the Irish Whiskey Brownie Pie! I’ve made a Brownie Pie before but not like this!

  37. Absolutely have try this Irish Whiskey Brownie Pie!!! Had something similar at the Guinness Factory Cafe in Dublin, Ireland – it was truly amazing!! :)

  38. I would make the brownie pie for sure, and then use that Dutch-process cocoa (which I love!!) to make my first-born’s sweet sixteen cake with the world’s best chocolate frosting. Sniff sniff. I remember making his first cake…

  39. I would like to try this pie but I bet I would make my all-time-favorite KAF brownies first! They’re SOOO good! :)

  40. what a wonderful treat to make for my older friend in town…he is by himself and doesn’t get a lot of home cooked treats…I am definitely going to make this for him for St. Patty’s day.

  41. The Irish Whiskey Brownie Pie of course – that’s what made me come to this blog in the first place!

  42. I’d certainly make the Irish Whiskey Brownie Pie. It sounds absolutely delicious and would solve the dilemma of choosing between an after dinner drink or dessert.

  43. Oh my, these ingredients are divine! They would work perfect for a chocolate coffee muffin that I make on a regular basis and enjoy for breakfast with my hot coffee! Thanks for the great giveaway!

  44. I would make this pie. This pie sounds so good, I think it will prove to be my whole reason for existing. (Then I should probably make banana cake to use up the very mushy bananas on my countertop that are asking to be put out of their misery.)

  45. If I win, I’ll be making another one of these pies, as I’ve just decided to make this for Pi Day tomorrow, instead of the pecan I was planning!

  46. I think I might make some tiny whole wheat chocolate tarts with pecans.
    {in the contest I am Margot Core on the automated entry form}

  47. I’ve been thinking about making a chocolate hazelnut pie with a dash of amoretto. It’s nice to see someone else thinks like me, adding spirits to pie. I’ll have to try your crust recepie too.

  48. My Mom’s Bourbon Brownie recipe! Then my good Friend (who is almost 100% Irish) Soda Bread for my Kids!

  49. Well, the Irish Whiskey Brownie Pie of course. Actually, I’d have to make 3-4 to make sure everyone got a slice or two.

  50. If I won that package, I’d be very tempted to bake this pie straight away! Along with some vegan Irish cream chocolate cupcakes!

  51. Wow, this looks amazing! Boozy coffee crust?!?! Sign me up. I think I would make this first because, well, if it’s not broken, don’t fix it. ;)

  52. I would make this Chocolate, Whiskey Pie of course! These ingredients are too good to use for anything else!

  53. I loooove brownies and am definitely the middle-brownie-piece type of person…this would just be perfect for my husband and me since he loves the edge pieces. Good thinkin’ incorporating the whole wheat flour. I always thought you could do a 100% substitution with white whole wheat for all-purpose, but maybe not after all!

  54. I’d bake the Irish Whiskey Brownie Pie — and drink a little of the Irish Whiskey to wash it down!!!!

  55. , that is seriously TO-DIE-FOR. Buttery, chocolatey, boozy… ah, swoon!! I’m not entering the competition but I’m seriously going to bake this pie! Happy St Pat’s day lovely one. I’ll be drinking my Bailey’s on ice! xx

  56. I have to try the delicious looking chocolate whiskey pie recipe first, and with the remaining ingredients, a salted caramel pecan chocolate

  57. I would make the brownies using those wonderful ingredients and then I would try a cheesecake using this concept as I like to experiment and a choc. expresso cheesecake would be also delicious

  58. The first bread baking class I ever took was from King Arthur! Love their products. I would definitely make this brownie pie! Delish!

  59. Dark chocolate brownies with espresso frosting! Your pie looks fantastic, I think I’ll make it for our st paddys pot luck at work.

  60. I’m pretty sure I’d try making this pie first. (Though I’d need to veganize it.) Next up might be espresso cupcakes.

  61. I’d definitely be making the Irish Whiskey Brownie Pie 1st. Sounds addicting. My mother-in-law got me hooked on her Fudge Pie which is very similar but without the espresso powder and Irish whiskey, both of which I also love. Sounds like an awesome marriage. I’ve got to try it!

  62. Whether I win this nice giveaway or not, I am going to make this recipe right here. This sounds and looks awesome! So I’m going to snag your recipe, I hope you don’t mind, and make my family very happy. Thank you.

  63. I would first make this if I won the ingredients. Or a condensed version of it, mini pie/cupcake. Then I would simply find some wonderful places to incorporate these ingredients. Coffee creme brulee for the espresso flour, smores cupcakes for the flour and the chocolate, etc. Etc.

  64. Holy moly, this brownie pie looks amazing Erin! Love the sound of the boozy coffee crust – oh boy, wish I had some of this in front of me now!

  65. I’d bake chocolate-chocolate “chip” scones using the chocolate wafers and breaking them up to make chips. I have a recipe that would be just perfect with the ingredients.

  66. I would love to bake this pie, my husband loves triple chocolate so I occasionally bake him a dark chocolate treat!

  67. Booze + fudge + pie + awesomeness! I have this espresso poweder from KAF and I’ve only ever made espresso whipped cream with with it. I’ve been looking for an excuse to use it again…found it! Thanks so much for sharing and I can’t wait to try it. :)

  68. I don’t like pie crusts in general, but I think this one might convert me, so the first thing I’d make would be the crust for this recipe. In fact, I’d make extra so I could also follow my grandmother’s trick of baking twisted leftover crust bits that have been dusted with cinnamon sugar!

  69. tough choice, but I’d try out this chocolate/Irish whiskey pie recipe first and then maybe my mother’s “no fail chocolate cake recipe” because chocolate cake!

  70. It would be a tough choice deciding what to bake first, kind of like trying to decide what dessert to buy when you are staring at a pastry case. I think I would have to go with muffins for breakfast and then this amazing brownie pie for dessert!

  71. Good golly – that crackly top! That espresso crust!! And the brownie filling – I have no words – just WOW! I could be such a glutton with this pie around!

  72. I would have to go with this brownie pie as the first thing I would try to bake and drool over

  73. A buche de noel with chocolate-espresso whipped cream, of course! Do I care that it’s not Christmas? Nope. :)

    1. Patty you made good on that promise ASAP, WOW! I’m so excited that you tried the pie and enjoyed it. Thanks for taking time to share your review too. Have a wonderful weekend and a happy St. Paddy’s Day :)

  74. You most definitely sold this to me with your description, Erin! I am still taking baby steps with my baking adventures, but I look forward to the day when I could attempt something as grand as this!

  75. I found your blog via King Arthur Flour (the best flour). If I won this giveaway, I’d use the flour and cocoa to make Mexican Chocolate Crinkles, and then I’d bake this pie. I have the Tullamore Dew Irish Whiskey at the ready!

  76. Ahhh if only I was able to get that flour from Spain! It sounds amazing, and the pie looks incredible! Oh My – look at it. It’s like perfection on a plate!!

  77. Made this for some friends last night – it was a hit, of course. Followed the recipe exactly except for one thing – I didn’t have half & half so I subbed in Bailey’s Irish Creme – pretty tasty! Also used Jameson’s for the whiskey. Thanks!5 stars

    1. Eric I’m so excited that you tried and loved this pie! Your friends are a lucky bunch :-) Also, awesome idea on the Bailey’s. I’m going to make it that way myself next time!

  78. I think I would definitely make this Brownie Pie! I love brownies, and chocolate-the darker the better. Thanks to you and King Arthur for the chance to win!

  79. I’d bake this pie first! Then I might make some cookies….then brownies…then wallow in all the deliciousness!

  80. This pie sounds like something that my Irish father would love! I would follow this recipe to make the Irish Whiskey Brownie Pie, and then use copious amounts of the espresso powder in future baked goods because anything espresso-flavored is heaven on a plate!

  81. I’m not even entering but just had to say how much I love KAF! That must be the best place EVER to work.

    Anyway, this pie looks amazing! Love how original it is. Awesome job! :D

  82. Oh my goodness! Brownie and Pie in ONE?! I mean, I love brownies. I love pie. But together?! Mind officially blow! Pinned :)

    1. Thanks so much Chris! Throwing my favorite foods together doesn’t always work out, but when the two happen to be brownie and pie, the mash up can be magic :) Hope you have a Happy St. Patty’s Day!

  83. Your pie looks delicious, I printed your post so I can try this recipe! Found your site from another blog you had posted on, glad I did. You have a lot of wonderful recipes! I would make something chocolate, love chocolate! :-)

    see my recent post, Hot Fudge Cake
    Michael :-)

    1. Thank you so much Michael! I’m so happy that you found my blog and like the looks of this pie. Hope you enjoy every bite :)

  84. My mom and I have April birthdays, followed by Easter, so I’d probably make a pound cake to serve with strawberries. It’s our favorite.

  85. I would make this brownie pie now, then save the recipe to enter next year’s Valentine’s Day chocolate contest in my town. It looks so good I’d probably make it a lot before next February.

  86. Granted, I am not much of a baker, but I would definitely make this brownie pie! I am all about cookie/brownie pies right now. Maybe for the fact that it is way simpler than individual cookies?!

  87. I have been very excited to attempt baking healthier versions of desserts I already make! With the giveaway I would definitely make some dessert empanadas! I’ve been obsessed lately!

  88. The first thing I’d bake would be hot cross buns. As Easter comes after April 15th this year I can finally do some Easter baking. (I’m a CPA and it’s rather a busy time right now to do any baking.) The brownie pie would also be great to take to my book club which I have missed for the past several months!

  89. If I won I’d bake this very pie recipe you posted. It looks incredibly delicious and I love anything with espresso in it.

  90. I would make this pie with my daughter, who is also the wife of a law student! Love the blog – keep up the good work. Good luck to your hubby, too!

  91. Brownies! I love rich, chewy, decadent brownies–and all things King Arthur Flour! My favorite site to shop!

  92. I would have to make this pie, it looks amazing and It all of my fav things all in one, soft inner brownie, chewy corner brownie, yum!

  93. I would make some chewy brownies for the extended family get together on Friday night/Saturday. I like to sneak some healthy care into occasional shared sweets. I love baking and would love to get into more bread making as well.

  94. Can it be made in one day if I start in the morning, and serve after dinner in the evening?  Your instructions say to refrigerate overnight? 
    Thank you in advance