All the classic taste of the classic chocolate chip cookies baked into a pie. You’ll love how easy it is to make a sweet and buttery Chocolate Chip Cookie Pie recipe.
When do you think it was that someone first looked at their batch of chocolate chip cookie dough and thought, “You know how this cookie dough could be better? If it was also pie.”?
Whoever it was and whenever it was, that person has my eternal gratitude.
Chocolate Chip Pie
Batter reminiscent of a typical chocolate chip cookie dough bakes into a scrumptious filling with a buttery texture.
Chocolate morsels folded throughout make this an irresistibly rich pie.
This cookie pie filled my kitchen with the comforting aroma of chocolate chip cookies while baking and we could hardly wait for it to cool before tasting it.
My kids enjoyed this pie immensely and I admit that I kept coming back to the pan for “just one more bite.”
Whether you grew up eating Chocolate Chip Cookie Pie or this is your first foray into the dessert, you’re going to love this cookie pie recipe. I even used a pre-made pie crust to make it easy as, well, pie!
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How to Make Chocolate Chip Cookie Pie
In three steps and just over an hour, you’ll have a Chocolate Chip Cookie Pie ready for dessert, a party or any occasion.
STEP 1. Prepare the Pie Crust
Press the pie crust into a pie pan. I used a Pillsbury pie crust this time but you could totally use a homemade pie crust too!
STEP 2. Mix the chocolate chip batter
In a large mixing bowl, combine cooled melted butter with brown sugar, granulated sugar, flour, salt and eggs.
Mix well to incorporate everything. Fold in semi-sweet chocolate morsels.
STEP 3. Assemble and bake
Pour the chocolate chip batter into the prepared pie crust and bake in a preheated 325 degree oven for 50 to 60 minutes.
Allow to set for about 30 minutes before serving!
This chocolate chip pie is particularly delicious served warm with a dollop of homemade whipped cream.
You’ll also love it with a scoop of vanilla ice cream for parties! If you’re not able to serve it warm, no worries. It still tastes great at room temperature.
My kids ate their slices of cookie pie with a tall glass of cold milk. I loved mine with a cup of coffee! I have some friends who aren’t big cake fans so I’m keeping this in mind for an alternative birthday treat.
The center of the pie is firm enough to hold birthday candles and I can’t imagine anyone not being happy to eat a slice of chocolate chip cookie pie.
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Tips and Tricks
- The batter uses melted butter. Be sure to let the butter cool completely before adding it to the other ingredients. This is an important step!
- The pie will be a bit jiggly when you first remove it, but shouldn’t look liquidy. I left my pie in the oven for 55 minutes. The pie will continue to set and firm up as it cools.
- Leftovers (if you have them), should be stored covered. Warm slices of the pie for a few seconds in the microwave before serving to soften the chocolate morsels just a bit.
More Easy Desserts
- Chocolate Pound Cake
- Indoor S’mores
- Peanut Butter Shortbread
- Chocolate Cake Bars
- Apple Empanadas
- Pumpkin Pie
- Rice Crispie Treats
- Almond Bars
Sweet chocolate morsels folded into cookie batter and baked in a pie crust, this easy Chocolate Chip Cookie Pie recipe is extra tasty topped with whipped cream or vanilla ice cream.