Oreo Chunk Cookie Pie

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Oreo Chunk Cookie Pie tastes like a delicious, warm, Oreo chunk cookie baked into a buttery crisp pie crust that’s half pie and half fresh baked cookie!

Oreo Chunk Cookie Pie tastes like a delicious, warm, Oreo chunk cookie baked into a buttery crisp pie crust that's half pie and half fresh baked cookie!Oreo Chunk Cookie Pie is one of the first dessert recipes I ever created from scratch as an adult. Most people love experimenting with add-ins for things like brownies and cookies to personalize them, but when I was a young adult (read: just out of college) I came across a cookie pie recipe on Bakerella’s blog.

It looked amazing, like a classic chocolate chip cookie baked into a pie. Which I also made: Chocolate Caramel Chip Cookie Pie
More back story because why not? Well, having just finished college I was still dreaming about these: Oreo Chunk Cookies that were part of my college’s traditional after party/study/every meal of the day foods we all flocked to. So seeing this cookie pie just made me want the Oreo version. Oreo Chunk Cookie Pie tastes like a delicious, warm, Oreo chunk cookie baked into a buttery crisp pie crust that's half pie and half fresh baked cookie!
Once I figured out how to make the cookies I figured out how to create the right amount of filling for this pie and the results are, well, delicious.
This Oreo Chunk Cookie Pie tastes like a delicious cross between the Oreo chunk cookies I made a month or so ago and a half baked chocolate cookie crumb crust by incorporating Oreo crumbs and chunks in the batter.

What you end up with is a delicious half baked Oreo chunk cookie nestled into a buttery crisp pie crust. You could serve this with ice cream or whipped cream, but to be honest, pour a cup of milk and sit down with a warm slice of this pie. You will be in heaven. Oreo Chunk Cookie Pie tastes like a delicious, warm, Oreo chunk cookie baked into a buttery crisp pie crust that's half pie and half fresh baked cookie!

Tools used in the making of this Oreo Chunk Cookie Pie:
Stand Mixer: The most beautiful appliance in my kitchen in the gorgeous Colbalt Blue.
Pie Plate: I’ve had the Emile Henry version of this plate for 6 years and always get compliments on it, this beauty is a steal in comparison.
White Chocolate Chips: These end up melting in the pie and only add flavor so going with good quality here is important. I recently switched my white chocolate preference (side by side testing in 4 different recipes) from Guittard to Ghirardelli, so these are a great deal to stock up.
Vanilla Extract: I’m all about Neilssen Massey vanillas. I also love their vanilla sugar when I don’t want to add liquid to a recipe and their vanilla paste when I want a beautiful plate (I brush it on) or filling (I include it in between cake layers before the frosting)

Recipe

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Oreo Chunk Cookie Pie

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  • Yield: 8 servings
  • Prep Time: 15 minutes
  • Cook Time: 1 hour
  • Total Time: 1 hour 15 minutes
  • Course: Dessert
  • Cuisine: American

Oreo Chunk Cookie Pie tastes like a delicious, warm, Oreo chunk cookie baked into a buttery crisp pie crust that's half pie and half fresh baked cookie!

Ingredients

  • 1 unbaked 9-inch deep-dish pie shell
  • 2 large eggs
  • ½ cup all-purpose flour
  • ½ cup granulated sugar
  • ½ cup packed brown sugar
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • 3/4 cup butter 1½ sticks, softened
  • 1 cup white chocolate chips
  • 1 cup Oreo crumbs
  • 12  Oreos quartered

Instructions

Note: click on times in the instructions to start a kitchen timer while cooking.

  1. Preheat oven to 325° F.
  2. Beat the eggs in large mixer bowl on high speed until foamy.
  3. Add in the flour, Oreo crumbs, brown sugar, white sugar and vanilla.
  4. Beat in butter until combined.
  5. Stir in the white chocolate chips.
  6. Put mixture into pie shell and even the mixture out in the shell.
  7. Put the quartered Oreos on top of the pie and push them in about halfway.
  8. Bake for 60 minutes.
  9. You can insert a knife or toothpick but just be aware melted chocolate will get all over it.
  10. If the top looks browned and crisp after the timer goes off I would say you are good to go.

Nutrition Information

Yield: 8 servings, Amount per serving: calories

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Oreo Chunk Cookie Pie tastes like a delicious, warm, Oreo chunk cookie baked into a buttery crisp pie crust that's half pie and half fresh baked cookie!
Oreo Chunk Cookie Pie taste like a delicious, melty, warm, Oreo chunk cookie baked into a buttery crisp pie crust and is soft like a cookie just out of the oven.
Oreo Chunk Cookie Pie taste like a delicious, melty, warm, Oreo chunk cookie baked into a buttery crisp pie crust and is soft like a cookie just out of the oven.
Oreo Chunk Cookie Pie taste like a delicious, melty, warm, Oreo chunk cookie baked into a buttery crisp pie crust and is soft like a cookie just out of the oven.

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  1. This cookie pie looks like PERFECTION. Seriously! I’m a sucker for Oreo’s, so I know this would go over beautifully in my house.

  2. You seriously had me at Oreo! I could eat an entire package all to myself, which means i could eat this entire dessert myself. If i weren’t trying to eat better i would say game on, hah.

  3. Would it be okay to remove the cream filling of the cookie. An awful lot of sugar (cookies, brown sugar, granulated sugar, white choc chips, plus more cookies on top. That’s a lot of “sweet”.

    1. I don’t see why not. I haven’t tried it that way before so you’ll have to let me know how it turns out!

  4. This pie is absolutely delicious but the middle sinks every time I bake it. I am sure that it’s not undercooked. What am I doing wrong.

    1. So glad it’s still delicious 🙂 If it’s sinking in the middle, it sounds like maybe it needs to be baked a bit longer. If you’re worrying about the edges burning, you could wrap the edges in foil while the middle bakes longer. Hope this helps!

  5. I’ve made this recipe twice already……My family requested after enjoying it the first time.

    When I made the whole Oreos into crumbs I remove the filling and its still delicious.

  6. Hi there. I made this pie twice and it tastes great. However, both times the filling overflowed (in a big way) while it was cooking.. not sure why. 

    1. So happy you’re enjoying it but sad that you’re losing some of that wonderful filling! The only thing I can think of as to why that’s happening is that maybe your pie pan might be too small. Make sure to use a 9 inch pan.

      1. I’m trying to figure out how there would be that much filling to overflow. I mean, it’s a thicker pie so maybe try using a deeper 9 inch pie pan. It’s so good, you don’t want to waste any of that amazing filling…or make 2 pies, haha!

  7. Love this recipe. I used soft brown sugar and poured half the mix in my premade pastry case. I baked it for 150 degrees fan oven for 50 minutes until the top was crispy. Went down a treat with my family.

    Rating: 5
  8. I’ve had this recipe pinned for a while and waiting for the right time to bake it (…when we had someone to share it with). I love Oreo desserts and your pie did not disappoint! Simple recipe; the bake temp and time were spot-on and it turned out so yummy! We served still slightly warm from the oven (2 hours cooling time) with whipped cream. I will make this again!

    Rating: 5
  9. Hi I am not a fan of white chocolate. The pie looks fabulous and I was wondering what you think of using semi sweet. Thanks

    Rating: 5
  10. Made this tonight and while it looked great and had a good flavor… the texture was cake like. I was hoping for more moist. Do you think I over baked it? I baked for 55 minutes but maybe my oven cooks quicker. I would like to try it again with any suggestions you may have. Thanks! 

    1. Sounds like you might have over mixed it. Make sure to only mix until combined. Hope this helps for next time. Glad the taste was still good!

  11. Hi, in Step #3 do I need to mix the ingredients before beating in the butter? I’m looking forward to making this for the girls at work!