Chocolate Chip Pie

This Chocolate Chip Pie is one of my favorite pies ever and I can’t believe I haven’t shared it here yet. It’s basically a chocolate chip cookie in a pie but a little more gooey. I make this for Thanksgiving because it’s one of my kid’s favorites.

Chocolate Chip Pie - one of our favorite pies ever. Basically a chocolate chip cookie in a pie. So good! the-girl-who-ate-everything.comDid you know that Steve Jobs wore the same thing every day? A black turtleneck and jeans. He had to make so many huge decisions in his day to day that he didn’t want what he was wearing to be one of them. You know who else was/is known to wear the same thing every day? Einstein, Obama, and Mark Zuckerberg. Research shows that the act of making decisions degrades your ability to make further decisions (Forbes).

Knowing that explains a lot.

I will eat healthy all day long – start off with a protein shake, have a nice salad for lunch, fruit and veggies for snacks, and some protein based meal for dinner. Then, when my husband strolls in at 10:30 at night from a business trip with cookies the size of my outstretched hand, I devour 3 of them in less than a minute. I’ve used all of my self control by the end of the day. Chocolate Chip Pie - one of our favorite pies ever. Basically a chocolate chip cookie in a pie. So good! the-girl-who-ate-everything.comCookies are my ultimate weakness. Which is why this Chocolate Chip Cookie Pie is one of my all-time favorites. The filling is made basically of cookie dough. Hello.Chocolate Chip Pie - one of our favorite pies ever. Basically a chocolate chip cookie in a pie. So good! the-girl-who-ate-everything.comYou must eat this warm with a big scoop of ice cream.

Chocolate Chip Pie
  • 1 unbaked 9-inch deep dish pie pastry
  • 2 large eggs
  • 1 ⁄2 cup all-purpose flour
  • 1 ⁄2 cup granulated sugar
  • 1 ⁄2 cup brown sugar , packed
  • 3 ⁄4 cup butter , softened
  • 1 cup Nestle semi-sweet chocolate chips
  • 1 cup chopped pecans or walnuts
  1. Preheat oven to 325 degrees F.
  2. Beat eggs in large mixer bowl on high speed until foamy and pale in color. Beat in flour, granulated sugar, and brown sugar. Beat in butter until combined.
  3. Stir in morsels and nuts. Spoon into pie shell. The mixture will be thick.
  4. Bake for 55 to 60 minutes or until knife inserted halfway between edge and center comes out clean. You may want to make a foil tent over the pie towards the end so the crust doesn't brown too much. Cool on wire rack. Serve warm with ice cream or whipped cream.
Recipe Notes
Source: Allrecipes
Chocolate Chip Pie - one of our favorite pies ever. Basically a chocolate chip cookie in a pie. So good!

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  1. This looks so decadent!

  2. Looks so..sweet! I think one slice would be enough for me πŸ™‚

  3. I have been meaning to find a recipe for this! A friend of mine years ago won a contest with a similar recipe and it was sooooo good. And I just heard about Steve Jobs and the clothes thing the other day. It reminded me of the capsule wardrobes that people are doing. I guess it makes sense! I wouldn’t pick a turtleneck though…

  4. Gorgeous!! Chocolate chip cookie dough is one of the world’s perfect foods!

    Christy I’ll be making this for Thanksgiving dinner in Ireland… my Irish husband is his children are still trying to understand how much DECADENCE is required to celebrate properly!

    In that spirit, might I add that Chocolate sauce (as you’ve shown) is clearly required for this pie… and your fab recipe can be found at:
    As always, warm thanks, Michelle xx

  5. oh my word!! This looks so divine!!

  6. Jennifer Jones says:

    I had to try this pie…AND my hubby REALLY liked this pie! I may just add one to our Thanksgiving Day spread and see what the family thinks. Just a tad different from the traditional flavors of pumpkin, pecan and apple pies I make. Thanks for the recipe.

  7. For sure – yum. Thank you.

  8. Looks delicious! This may be a dumb question, but is there a second pie crust on top?

  9. Tried this recipe and it was divine!!! OMG so good.

  10. This looks amazing! If I want to make a regular sized pie (not a deep dish), how can I modify? Can I just halve the ingredients and decrease the bake time? Or should I just make it with a deep dish pie shell?

    I’m planning on making this for Thanksgiving! Thanks for sharing!

    • I don’t think you will have enough batter if you half it. I would just make it normally and add as much batter as you can fit. It doesn’t rise a ton and should be fine.

      • Candice Miksovsky says:

        I realize this comment was from a year ago – but I wanted to chime in and let you know what happens if you try to put all the batter into a regular (not deep dish) pie pan… the batter…goes…everywhere!! So unless you want your whole house to smell like it’s burning, don’t put all the batter in there! Oops! #neededtocleanmyovenanyway

  11. 1 star only!
    Site only registered 5 star report – – definitely not!

    Blah.. No flavor although looked tasty.

    I even added vanilla as pre- baked dough was bland. Didn’t help.
    Won’t make again.

  12. Made this for a non-traditional Thanksgiving dessert and it was a huge hit! It’s already been requested for a family visit in a couple of weeks.

  13. This looks so good! Can you freeze this? I need to have a dessert on hand for a Christmas get-together when I get back from traveling for my family’s Christmas.

  14. Hasn’t finished baking but my piecrust was much taller than the filling and it sort of collapsed into the pie. Not sure what I did wrong! The crust started out looking beautiful and I refrigerated it slightly before baking but I’m thinking there was more crust than filling so it was sort of melted.

  15. This recipe looks delicious. I’m thinking about adding another layer – maybe marshmallow or something.

  16. Not to get political, but to compare obama to Steve jobs and Einstein made me laugh. Moving on, this looks DELICIOUS!!!!

  17. Followed the recipe, but added a bit more chocolate.
    Any ideas why it might have net fully set?
    It looks good, the crust is fine, tried it for 55 min & then 60 min.
    Cooled it & went to cut it & it is runny …
    Doesn’t taste bad
    Thinking about refrigerating it
    I am hoping I did not read the recipe wrong
    Any tips or suggestions?

  18. The recipe says that the batter will be thick. My batter is runny. Does it matter what butter you use? I used country crock original. Should I add more flour to thickening up?

  19. Thanks for such a great recipe. I made this for my family and we loved it. This chocolate chip pie is super easy and delicious. Thank you.

  20. Hannah Remmel says:

    Hey! If you freeze the pie do you have to bake it again before you eat it? And if yes, for how long do you have to bake it?

  21. Made this without the pie shell, as a kind of cakey-thing and it was excellent!

  22. Deanna singleton says:

    I just made this and oh my gosh ! It is soooo Goood ! Super easy to make – πŸ‘

  23. My daughter has a nut allergy. I would love to make this but can I just eliminate the nuts? Or do I need to adjust the recipe? Thanks! Looks delicious!

  24. Making this pie today, I bought by mistake , milk chocolate chips instead of semi sweet, hope this doesn’t make a difference..

  25. Hi!! I just made this pie….and, well, it doesn’t look right. The top of the pie is hardened but the inside is very gooey. I followed the instructions. What went wrong?

  26. Ok, I baked this for 60 min at 325 and I have a hot oven, but the knife check came out gooey. I ended up adding another 30 min of baking time and hoping when we cut it tomorrow with visitors that it won’t be runny. I kept checking it every 7-10 min, but every check was the same. Crust looks great though…

  27. Madison Roche says:

    This is the best pie I have ever eaten! Christy your a genius!

  28. Wow, I made this pie yesterday and it is perfect. So decadent and delicious! The only thing I did was I added a little tiny bit of almond extract, because it’s my favorite flavor in a cookie. I will definitely make this again. Thanks for a great recipe !!!

  29. They look great!

  30. Hi Christy! Can this sit in the fridge a bit before you bake it? Or will the crust get soggy?


  31. Can this be made a few hours before baking? If so do I leave it out or in fridge?

  32. This was AMAZING !!! Followed directions exactly and was perfect !

  33. I make this pie with a chocolate graham cracker crust! The filling and crust kinda fuse together into a wonderful chocolate concoction when it cools! No, it’s not a deep dish. It’s always worked out!

  34. Hi Christy,

    I want to make your chocolate chip pie for Thanksgiving and want to know your thoughts on substituting macadamia nuts for the pecans/walnuts? Thanks.

  35. I was wondering , is this similar to a chocolate pecan pie ?

  36. Wondering if you could use a 10″ regular pan instead of a 9″ deep dish and how it would affect the baking time.

  37. Heather M. Whipple says:

    Looks like no vanilla extract in this chocolate chip cookie pie either. What have you all
    Against vanilla extract? Huh?
    It is the important ingredient in chocolate
    Chip cookies that makes them really taste
    good. All you need is 1 teaspoon of 100% pure vanilla extract, McCormick has the best
    Vanilla extract on the market. I am going to find a way to put it in this recipe.
    Let me know by e-mailing me at

  38. Ok, is this recipe call for 1 1/2 flour or 1/2 flour?

  39. Hi! I am making this today and would like to serve at a party tomorrow evening. How do you suggest reheating? (time/temp/etc.)

  40. Can this be made without the nuts?