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Flavor of the Month – Pie

 
Three Chocolate Chip Cookie Pie Pops on sticks with red ribbons
Chocolate Chip Cookie Pie-Pops.
 
Yummy and super cute! YAY!
Here’s the deets…
Makes approx 24 pie pops.
Take your favorite pie crust recipe…OR do like I did and use Pillsbury Rolled Pie Crusts, I know I am a cheater!
Now make a 1/2 batch of your favorite chocolate chip cookie dough…you won’t even need this much, but hey, make some cookies with the leftovers.
Besides a quick egg wash (1 beaten egg + 2 T. water) that’s all you’ll need.

 

First, form cookie dough into scant teaspoon shaped balls and flatten slightly.
Put these on a baking sheet and freeze for 30+ min. This will keep the dough soft on the inside of each pop. The only error you could make would be putting too much dough inside each, causing it to leak or break.

Preheat to 350.
Roll out your crust as you would for a pie and using a round 1 1/2″ cookie cutter cut small circles for your pops.
Place the chilled cookie dough on top of half the rounds.
Push cookie stick into the dough and top with remaining rounds and pinch together to seal. (I used a cookie stick to seal the dough together which made the edge nice and neat).
Brush with your egg wash and place on a baking sheet.
Bake for approx 12 min until pie crust is golden.
Transfer to a cooling rack and don’t try and pick up until completely cool…otherwise they will fall off…I learned that the hard way 😉
I drizzled some chocolate over top, but that is completely up to you.
Finished product all dolled up…
Here’s the inside…
Can’t wait to see everyone else’s entries this month!!

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Chocolate chip cookie pie pops with chocolate drizzled on top.

Chocolate Chip Cookie Pie-Pops

  • Author: Cookies & Cups
  • Prep Time: 1 hour
  • Cook Time: 12 minutes
  • Total Time: 1 hour 12 minutes
  • Yield: 24 pie pops 1x
  • Category: Dessert
  • Method: Oven
  • Cuisine: American

Description

Chocolate Chip Cookie Pie-Pops combine two of my favorite desserts: chocolate chip cookies and pie! Golden-brown pie crust is filled with chocolate chip cookie dough, and topped with a drizzle of chocolate sauce. Does that glorious combo make your day or what? 


Ingredients

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  • Your favorite pie crust recipe OR Pillsbury Rolled Pie Crusts
  • 1/2 batch of your favorite chocolate chip cookie dough
  • Egg wash (1 beaten egg + 2 tablespoons water) 

Instructions

  1. First, form cookie dough into scant teaspoon shaped balls and flatten slightly.
  2. Put these on a baking sheet and freeze for 30+ minutes. This will keep the dough soft on the inside of each pop. The only error you could make would be putting too much dough inside each, causing it to leak or break.
  3. Preheat to 350.
  4. Roll out your crust as you would for a pie and, using a round 1 1/2? cookie cutter, cut small circles for your pops.
  5. Place the chilled cookie dough on top of half the rounds.
  6. Push cookie stick into the dough and top with remaining rounds and pinch together to seal. (I used a cookie stick to seal the dough together which made the edge nice and neat).
  7. Brush with your egg wash and place on a baking sheet.
  8. Bake for approx 12 minutes until pie crust is golden.
  9. Transfer to a cooling rack and don’t try and pick up until completely cool…otherwise they will fall off.
  10. I drizzled some chocolate over top, but that is completely up to you.

Keywords: pie pops, cookie pie ideas, chocolate chip cookie pie, chocolate chip cookie pops

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22 comments on “Flavor of the Month – Pie”

  1. I can’t wait to try these but I”m going to use heart shaped cookie cutter for Valentines!! Great creation!!

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