Cookie Dough Pie

A delicious, edible cookie dough pie combined with a chocolate cookie crust. All topped off with homemade whipped topping. Perfect to serve to guests or any hungry mouths.

Cookie Dough Pie | Carmel Moments

This darling pie came out of my love for cookie dough. Any fellow ‘I-make-cookies-just-to-eat-the-dough’ lovers out there? It’s me 90% of the time. Who needs to the bake the cookies when you can just eat the dough? I mean…really.

So I decided that it was due time to start doing other things with my beloved cookie dough. So this is it. Cookie dough (edible of course) spread over a chocolate crust (Did I mention how easy this crust is?) and topped with homemade fresh whipped topping. (No Cool Whip).

Cookie Dough Pie | Carmel Moments

 

That’s just cheating. I want the real stuff. You know what they say… Go big. Or go home. Well I go big. Big thighs. Big butt. This pie has got me covered. Because it’s all the real deal.

In all seriousness though, this pie is very rich. You’re gonna get more than 8 servings out of it. I recommend more like 10-12. You don’t want your guests to fall over from sugary sweet tooth overload, right? I didn’t think so. *wink*

I hope you give this pie a try. It’s lots of whole fresh ingredients and it whips up in a jiffy. That’s my kind of dessert.

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While I was taking on the challenge of photographing this pie. My 11 year old comes along and decides he want to take pictures too. But he continued to step in my direct path of light so I had to tell him he would get a turn later. So I left that drizzled plate of chocolate sitting on the counter for him to use a bit later. (Not the pie, just the drizzled chocolate plate.)

Now I need a vote. Who thinks that plate was able to stay untouched on the counter???

That means no finger dredging, no licking, etc.

Now, I know you all know that I have 3 children under the age of 12. But was there by chance one beautiful moment in the span of my life that Mom put something on the counter and no one touched it???

Best guess. Votes start now…..

 

Til we meet and eat again,

Melanie

xo

Cookie Dough Pie

5.0 from 2 reviews

Cookie Dough Oreo Pie
Serves: 10-12
 

Ingredients
For Cookie Crust:
  • 2 cups chocolate wafer crumbs (or Oreos)
  • 6 Tablespoons butter,melted
For Cookie Dough Filling:
  • ½ butter (1 stick), softened
  • ¾ cup light brown sugar
  • 1½ Tablespoons milk
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla
  • ¼ teaspoon salt
  • 1 cup flour
  • 1 cup mini chocolate chips
Fresh Whipped Cream
  • 1 cup heavy whipping cream
  • 1½ Tablespoons sugar

Instructions
  1. Finely crush chocolate wafers or Oreos. Use a food processor blender if possible. Combine chocolate wafer crumbs and melted butter in small bowl. Press in the bottom and up the sides of a 8-9 inch pie plate to form crust. Refrigerate for 30 minutes.
  2. In a mixing bowl blend brown sugar and butter until creamy. Stir in milk, vanilla extract and salt. Gradually beat in flour. Mix in chocolate chips.
  3. Carefully spread cookie dough into chocolate pie crust. Refrigerate until chilled.
  4. Place mixing bowl and wire whisk in freezer to chill for at least 10 minutes. Remove bowl and whisk from freezer. Pour whipping cream and sugar into bowl and beat on medium speed until peaks form. Don’t over beat. Spread or pipe whipped cream over cookie dough layer and serve.

Linked to Buns in My Oven, Moonlight and Mason Jars, Link Party Palooza, Best of the Weekend Party, Show Stopper Saturday, Saturday Night Fever, Time to Sparkle, Whimsy Wednesday

Comments

  1. What!? I totally make cookies to eat the dough! I have never meet a desert that was too rich :)

  2. My husband buys the Otis Spunkmeyer cookies from local fundraisers but refuses to cook them…lol…so we’re right there with ya on the cookie dough. :) I want this pie now please!

  3. I basically started baking just because I loved eating cookie dough so much… So this recipe is RIGHT up my alley… can’t wait to try it out!!! :)

  4. Oh how I love cookie dough. Sometimes even more than I like the cookies. I always eat the raw cookie dough, even though I’ll surely die of salmonella poisoning. Worth it!

  5. honestly I’m impressed you were even able to take pics, I would have totally demolished this!!

  6. My oh my, please pass me a slice of this pie! I always have a batch of my cookie dough truffle balls on hand for when the cookie dough craving strikes. Otherwise, I probably would make an entire batch of dough and eat it all before baking them :)

  7. Everything that comes out of your kitchen seriously makes me drool — and I’m not even a dessert person really!

  8. I am in my 30s and I would have had a hard time not dredging my finger through the drizzled chocolate on the plate – so am curious – what did your 11 yr old do?
    This pie sounds fantastic but I dont think I should make it for my daughter and I cos, we would halve this pie and go to town with spoons – forgetting the fact that is was supposed to last 5-6 servings for the both of us!

  9. I didn’t think there was anything better than cookie dough until I came over here today! I am pretty sure that slice wouldn’t have lasted more than five seconds on our counter and considering you have kids, I’ll go with 2.475 seconds, ha! Seriously beautiful!

  10. Oh my gosh, Melanie! This pie is so over the top! I love it. How rich and decadent! Pinned for sure ;)

  11. That looks super scrummy! I could dig my fork in right now. Visiting from Moonlight and Mason Jars Link Party.

  12. Holy guacamole Melanie this looks amazing!!!! I totally wouldn’t have been able to photograph this… it would have been in my stomach! Pinned :)

  13. Whoa! Easter has got to be the perfect time to post this chocolaty piece of heaven! Love the whole Oreos on the top!

  14. This is really the best of all the dessert worlds. Who can ever turn down cookie dough in any form!?

  15. I’ll have a slice, please! I don’t think you can ever go wrong with cookie dough. But in pie form with homemade whipped cream? Yeah…I’d do some serious damage on this pie. Yum!

  16. That looks seriously, ridiculously decadent and delicious! I should not be doing this while hungry… :S Hopping over from Best of the Weekend party!

  17. Two of my favorites…cookie dough and pie! Looks delicious!

  18. Looks so yummy, love that it’s no bake!

  19. You mean people actually make cookies out of the dough?? Silly them… ;) Thanks for sharing!

  20. Ohh this pie is literally calling out my name. I don’t think I would be able to keep my hands off it either! Looks fabulous, Melanie!

  21. Cookie dough + oreos + fresh whipped cream???? IS THIS EVEN REAL???? OH WOW- – Best pie I’ve ever seen! This looks sooooo delish!
    Happy Sunday! x

  22. I always save at least a few spoonfuls of cookie dough to eat when I make cookies! This pie is so perfect for me! It looks absolutely incredible – what a fun recipe

  23. Oh my goodness, this looks divine! So yummy! Checking out this sweet recipe from marvelous Mondays and this sure is marvelous :-)
    Cathy

  24. Your pie looks so darn good!

  25. Hi Melanie! This pie looks amazing and delicious! Thank you so much for sharing at Best of the Weekend – pinned! Hope you had a fantastic week and have a happy Friday!

  26. Wowza! Throw some cookie dough into a pie and you’ve got this gal swooning. What a great pie, Melanie. Thanks for sharing at Marvelous Mondays. Pinned!

  27. This is my kind of pie! Thanks for linking up with What’s Cookin’ Wednesday!

  28. Such a DELICIOUS recipe! I love cookie dough (who doesn’t!?) and love the idea of putting it in a pie! Thanks for sharing at Saturday Night Fever….pinned this!!

  29. Oh.my.word! This looks amazing and sounds divine. I like cookie dough but my husband LOVES it. And with a recipe this easy I have no reason not to surprise him with this dessert for dinner this weekend.

Moms need recess too!

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