Hot Little Chocolate Chip Cookie Pies…

Good Monday morning everyone! Hope you all had a nice weekend. Busy busy over here, but nice. Here we are another Monday. Well, take a look at these little cuties to brighten up any Monday morning blues. They are hot and fresh out of the oven, flaky, sweet and delish!

So basically, you take your favorite chocolate chip cookie dough and place it into pie crust circles, fold over and bake. The outcome is a fun sinful little cookie pie. I will suggest you eat these babies warm out of the oven, absolutely scrumptious this way. I’d even say top them with vanilla ice cream for an extra sweet treat.

Not sure what my deal is with all these cookies lately. Not doing a thing to help my waistline that’s for sure! Hope you all enjoy!

Step one, place cookie dough into cute little pie crust circles…
Next, carefully fold pie crust over dough, press edges with a fork…then time to bake!
Out comes a sweet ultra flaky cookie pie that is oh so fabulous!
Mmmm! My Chocolate Chunk Butterscotch Cookie recipe coming soon, stay tuned…
Hot Little Chocolate Chip Cookie Pies

1 roll Pillsbury Pie Crust, thawed and cut into 12 2 1/2 inch circles (I used a cup to press out all the circles)
1 batch of your favorite cookie dough

1 egg white plus 1 teaspoon water
3 Tablespoons Turbinado sugar or normal granulated sugar
Powdered sugar for dusting on top

1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. Place all 12 pie crust circles onto a baking sheet. With a small cookie scoop, place a heaping teaspoon of cookie dough into the center of each pie round, pressing cookie dough down slightly without touching edges of pie crust. DO NOT overfill each pie, if too full the dough breaks through the pie.

2. Dip your finger in water and brush bottom 1/2 of the pie crust edge with water and fold top crust over to seal. Using fork tines, press to seal around edges. Continue until all crusts are sealed. Poke each little pie on top once or twice for steam holes. Lightly brush each pie with egg white whisked with a teaspoon of water then sprinkle with turbinado sugar (normal sugar is also fine). Bake for 20-22 minutes or until pie crust is just barely golden. Note that some of the cookie will escape through the pie crust, if this happens, just cut them in half and no worries. To prevent it, make sure you don’t overfill your crusts.

3. Just before serving sprinkle with powdered sugar and even ice cream if desired. Make sure to enjoy these warm, shortly after out of oven!!

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Happy Baking! Have a great week!

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55 Responses
  1. KayleneP

    What a cool idea to put cookie dough inside pie crust. The flavour possibilities are endless – thanks for sharing such a great idea!

  2. Jess

    I made these tonight 🙂 They’re incredible! My only problem was I could hardly fit any cookie in the middle, but that just meant there was a LOT of cookiedough left over for the weekend 🙂

    PICS!

  3. Bonnie

    These look wonderful. My husband saw this and started drooling alongside me. It reminded me of an empanada, so I might try doing a batch with caramels along with the cookie dough. whattdya think?

  4. Mommys Online Garage Sale

    Wish it weren't so stink'n hot or I'd make these tonight. It's pizza movie night for our family. Guess it'll have to wait. Thanks for posting looks D'lish.

  5. Stacie Aho

    I tried these tonight. They were really yummy. I liked that the pie crust toned down the sweetness of the cookie. I bakes them for 21 minutes and they were pretty browned. I should have checked them sooner. I wish I would have made my circles bigger to fit more cookie dough in the middle. More cookie dough, less pie crust, would have been better to me.

    Yours look so much prettier than mine! I had a hard time getting the circles transferred from my counter to the cookie sheet. Did you flour the surface?

  6. ICook4Fun

    You are so creative. I never thought of putting cookies dough in my pie. I am sure they taste great!

  7. The Food Librarian

    Wonderful! This looks so yummy! These would be perfect to serve after serving empanadas for dinner!

  8. Sara

    What a creative recipe. I can't wait to try these. I don't how you come up with all of your amazing recipes. You've got talent!

  9. Fallon

    That is so creative. That be great for a large group get together. I like the vanilla ice cream idea as well!

  10. Jessie

    these cookie pies are so cute and yummy too 🙂 I never thought I see a cookie turned into a some sort of pie. I love it!

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