Chocolate Chip Cookie Pie is a 100% success Easy Recipe!
I wish I knew where I found this recipe for Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookie Pie so many years ago, because it has been a family favorite for over a decade.
As a mom, I love that this pie whips up in really less than 2 minutes. I even keep these ingredients on hand because I never know when I’ll have a group over and need a quick dessert.
This fits the bill and I’ve always had people ask me for this recipe before they leave.
Chocolate Chip Cookie Pie is really as easy as pie!
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How To make Chocolate Chip Cookie Pie
Let's make this even easier, if that's possible. When I say I whip this pie up in minutes, I mean minutes.
Step 1: In a bowl add brown sugar, eggs, cinnamon, vanilla, and Karo Syrup.
Step 2: With a spoon or fork, stir ingredients until combined. Super easy right?
Steps 3: Add chocolate chips and oats and give it a good stir.
Step 4: Now, pour the filling into a frozen pie crust and place pie in preheated 350 degree oven.
Step 5: Bake for 25-30 minutes. Yup! That's it. I'm telling you, this pie is stupid simple.
If you didn’t take time to watch the video, go do that now. It’s a live video of when I made this pie over Thanksgiving and it truly is just that easy.
No edits, no speeding up time, it’s just super quick to throw the Chocolate Chip Oatmeal Cookie Pie together.
Of course it does take a few minutes to measure out ingredients but regardless, making Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookie pie is ‘Easy as Pie’.
I like to mix it all up in one bowl, there is just no reason to make a bigger mess than necessary. No need to get out a mixer, it’s just not that sort of recipe.
In the end all the chocolate will melt into the other ingredients and will make that yummy texture like a Pecan Pie has.
Speaking of Pecan Pie, I have Grandpa's FAVORITE Pecan Pie Recipe. Oh my it's good.
Now with any recipe let's talk substitutions or better yet, add ins!
This Cookie Pie has the texture similar to a Pecan pie. The chocolate chips will melt in. So you can easily add Nuts & Raisins if you wish.
You can also substitute Quick Oats for Old Fashioned Oats, but the larger oats do give a wonderful texture that you will miss out on if you substitute.
In my home, my boys like it plain. But let's be honest, a big scoop of Vanilla Bean Ice Cream is PERFECT on top!
Can I Freeze Cookie Pie?
Of course you can! Bake the pie and allow it to cool and wrap it tightly with plastic wrap. A Cookie Pie can be frozen for 4 months is properly wrapped.
How to Thaw Cookie Pie
Remove Pie from Freezer and place on counter to thaw. It will take a few hours. You can always heat individual servings in the microwave too.
Can I Substitute Quick Oats?
You can of course substitute Quick Oats, however the texture will change a little bit with the smaller thiner oats. But will still be delicious.
Can I add Nuts?
Oh, Nuts are delicious in this pie. I add about ½ cup of Walnut or Pecan Nuts and stir when I add the Chocolate Chips and Oatmeal.
I have served up this pie to hundreds of guests. That is no exaggeration. For years we have hosted groups in our home weekly and this is the standard dessert I serve.
Why? Well, because it's so simple to make AND because I always get 5-10 people asking for the recipe before they leave.
If that doesn't tell you it's good, I don't know what would. It's also a favorite Pie of my boys so it gives me warm fuzzies to share it with others.
Every day is a holiday for something, right? Pi Day (March 14) is a day we celebrate regardless.
With so many great pie recipes it can be hard to choose which Pie to make. In my home you can expect to always see a Chocolate Chip Cookie Pie
But I've got a list of fantastic pies I've put together as well. So take a look at these amazing mouthwatering pies too.
Pin me for later, you don’t want to forget this recipe. Hover over the Photo and click on the Red Pinterest Save Button! 😉
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- Sugar Cream Pie
- Peanut Butter Chocolate No Bake Pie
- Crumbl Copycat Chocolate Chip Cookie
Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookie Pie
- 2 Eggs
- ½ Cup Brown Sugar
- ½ Cup Light Karo Syrup
- 1 teaspoon Vanilla
- ½ teaspoon Cinnamon
- ¾ Cup Oats *I sometimes add ¼ cup more oats because I love it!
- 1 Cup Chocolate Chips
- 1 Frozen Pie Crust *Can use home made or refridgerated
- Preheat Oven to 350 degrees
- In a mixing bowl, combine eggs, brown sugar, Light Karo syrup, oats, vanilla, and cinnamon. Mix to combine. Add chocolate chips.
- Pour into a frozen pie crust. There is no need to bake the crust prior to baking pie.
- Bake for 30-35 minutes. I will watch it the last 10 minutes. Sometimes it's done in about 25-30 minutes.
Mary J H
This pie is wonderful!
I didn't want an entire pie so I halved the recipe and made three mini-pies (foils from store-bought mini graham cracker shells).
Next time I'll be add some chopped nuts.
Top with whipped cream, so yummy!
Hi Mary, what a great idea to make mini pies. Chopped nuts are wonderful in this recipe. I love pecan.
Can I freeze this? Either before or after I bake it?
Hi Gail! YES... Bake the pie and then let it cool and wrap in plastic wrap and foil. Freeze up to 3 months. I've actually made my holiday Pies and they are in the Freezer for the Holiday weekend. Saves so much time!
Have everything but the Karo syrup . Is it ok to make without?
Hi Sue, unfortunately you would need the Karo syrup for this recipe to hold everything together.
Just made this, it’s so good but instead of pie crust we did half Oreos with Graham crackers. The inside is oozing not sure if it’s the karo Suriname but it’s very good!
Oh wow! I bet that was delish! When it's hot it will ooze a little, as it cools it sets up!
This looks absolutely scrumptious! I've never heard of anything like this "pie" before. No wonder it went viral! Good job!
It's WONDERFUL! It's crazy how easy it is and it tastes so good, both warm and the next day. Delicious!
Oh yeah - Bring it!! This looks so good. I will be pinning this and try it out at our next get together with friends.
Amy - Loving Our Messy
This looks amazing! I love oatmeal chocolate chip cookies so I think this is right up my alley!
I have yet to try and make a cookie pie. This one looks delicious, so definitely pinning for later!
You won't regret this one. The simplicity alone makes it worth it!
What a unique dessert. The best of both worlds - oatmeal cookies and pie - brilliant!! I absolutely love baking with oats too. Definitely saving this to try later.
It is the best of both worlds. It's also super simple with only 1 bowl to clean up. My favorite type of recipe!
Can you use a homemade pie crust?
Yes of course!
Laura | The Yellow Birdhouse
Ah-mazing!! I often have cravings for oats and I'm always looking for new ideas to cook them up!
You will love this recipe. It's perfect.
Looks amazing! One quick question though...which type of Karo syrup? Light corn syrup, dark corn syrup or pancake (I think that's what it's called, the medium colored) syrup?
Michelle - Great Question. I prefer the Light Karo Syrup. You can use the Dark, it would give it a much sweeter richer taste. I'll update my post to help others! Thanks!
Danielle @ A Sprinkle of Joy
This sounds so tasty! Something just a little different than your standard chocolate chip cookies.
It is a different but yet so delicious.
OMG I literally cannot wait to try this it looks perfect. Just my kind of treat?
I hope you like it!
This looks amazing!!! I love anything with Chocolate and Oatmeal combined. The simplicity is perfect! Thanks!
What an awesome, fast and easy recipe! Wow, I can't wait to try this one with the kids.
Yum! I’ll have to try this!!
Interesting using the karo syrup. Going to have to give this a try. Plus I have everything needed all ready in the pantry.