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No Bake Chocolate Chip Cookie Pudding Pie

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Chocolate Chip Cookie Pudding Pie – This pie has it all: it’s no-bake and it’s FULL of chocolate chip cookies. Where has this been all my life?

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No Bake Chocolate Chip Cookie Pudding Pie - this pie has an easy no bake chocolate chip cookie crust and is filled with pudding and more cookies! My family loved this pie!

When I finished decorating this pie I stood back and was all, Wow. I did that!! And then I jumped up and down, high fived myself, took photos, and scarfed down a slice or three.

Then I went immediately to Facebook and asked someone – anyone – to take it off my hands. And no one wanted it! And I cried a little inside because I have 7 weeks until I leave for Hawaii and, well, let’s just say I bought lots of cover-ups for this trip.

Then, my husband had this amazing idea to get family photos taken on the beach in Maui. I mean, perfect right? We can hang one over our mantle and I can stare at the place I want to live every single day and it’ll make me happy and make me work harder so I can actually do it. Or something?

In reality, I’ll probably stare at the photo and be all, “Man, I look huge in that dress. It’s all that darn pie’s fault. And Facebook, because Facebook wouldn’t rehome my pie.”

See Facebook? It’s your fault I hate the photos of myself I haven’t taken yet.

No Bake Chocolate Chip Cookie Pudding Pie - this pie has an easy no bake chocolate chip cookie crust and is filled with pudding and more cookies! This is one epic pie recipe!

In all reality, I do want to lose a few before we go. This running thing is awesome. I’m loving it. My long runs are up to 5 miles now (something I never thought I’d say). Last week I ran 5 miles in a big city circle and I learned that my city is so weird it goes up hill both directions. I made a mental note to myself to run the other direction next week.

Then, after I run, I go home and I’m famished, so I eat all day. The problem is I work with dessert. Get where I’m going?

My husband is going to try doing a modified Whole 30 for the next few weeks and I’m going to try and do an extra modified version. My version includes me not going ballistic without carbs and sugar, so I’ll feed the beast a bit here and there.

Unfortunately, more than a bite of this pie is probably not recommended on that plan. (I think we need a new plan. The Whole Sugar 30, a diet plan where all you eat is dessert for 30 days and lose weight. Right?)

ANYWAY, I’m very chatty today. Mel’s out of town and I haven’t talked to another adult in 3 days.

Let’s talk about this Chocolate Chip Cookie Pudding Pie, mmkay? (FINALLY, they say.)

No Bake Chocolate Chip Cookie Pudding Pie Recipe

How To Make This Chocolate Chip Cookie Pudding Pie

So this pie is really, really easy to make. It’s loaded with chocolate chip cookies! And pudding! And whipped cream! So…totally low in fat and calories. (Although, I bet you could make this sugar-free with a few simple modifications!)

The base of this pie is a chocolate chip cookie. I suppose you could use your own, but I’m lazy. I’m all about getting help from my favorite aisle: the cookie aisle. I used a generic Crunchy Chips Ahoy cookie in this recipe. And because I know you love it so much, I did some cookie math for you.

7 Crunchy Chips Ahoy Cookies (or the generic version) = about 1 cup of crushed cookie crumbs.

Why is that important? Because the recipe needs 2 1/4 cups of cookie crumbs. If you’re using Chips Ahoy, that’s easy. Count out about 16 cookies, place them in a ziploc bag, and crush them with a rolling pin. But, say, you want this pie today and all you have are some Famous Amos cookies? Well, then, you’ll need to use more to get 2 1/4 cups.

The moral of the story: use whatever chocolate chip cookies (and whatever flavor!) you want.

No Bake Chocolate Chip Cookie Pudding Pie Recipe

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Once you crush your cookies and mix them with melted butter, you press them into the bottom of a 9″ pie plate. This is kinda messy because the chocolate chips will start to melt. Don’t worry, it’ll all firm back up again. Chill the crust until your pudding is ready.

Then you simply whip up a pudding mix (I used vanilla) and stir in some mini chocolate chips and more crushed cookies. Fill your crust and chill until it’s set.

Before serving, top with whipped cream (or you can use Cool Whip). I then topped it with more cookies and chocolate chips because it makes this pie look like it comes from a bakery. A bakery I’d probably call Crazy for Crust. 🙂

No Bake Chocolate Chip Cookie Pudding Pie - this pie has an easy no bake chocolate chip cookie crust and is filled with pudding and more cookies! My family loved this pie!

This is an EASY Chocolate Chip Cookie Pudding Pie recipe and it’s totally no bake! Plus it’s totally adaptable to fit your liking.

  • Make this sugar-free by using sugar-free cookies, pudding mix, chocolate chips, and whipped topping.
  • Use any flavor chocolate chip cookie (Chips Ahoy has so many different ones now).
  • Mix up the pudding flavors: chocolate, banana, cheesecake…you name it!
  • You could even add candy or nuts!

Any way you make it, this Chocolate Chip Cookie Pudding Pie is the PERFECT dessert for any occasion. Even if that occasion is “I’m starting a diet tomorrow so….!”

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Servings: 1 - 9" pie

No Bake Chocolate Chip Cookie Pudding Pie

This Chocolate Chip Cookie Pudding Pie is completely no bake and so easy to make! A chocolate chip cookie crust is filled with pudding - a delicious recipe!


  • 2 1/4 cups Chocolate Chip Cookie crumbs — such as Chips Ahoy, about 16 cookies
  • 4 tablespoons unsalted butter — melted
  • 1 3.4 ounce box instant vanilla pudding
  • 1 1/2 cups milk
  • 1/2 cup mini chocolate chips
  • 2 additional chocolate chip cookies — plus more for garnish
  • Whipped Cream or whipped topping — for garnish


  1. Note: About 7 Chips Ahoy cookies (regular or generic) is about 1 cup of cookie crumbs when crushed. Crush 16 cookies with a rolling pin in a ziploc bag and then measure out 2 1/4 cups of crumbs.
  2. Stir cookie crumbs with melted butter. Press into the bottom and up the sides of a 9” pie plate. Chill at least 30 minutes before filling.
  3. Whisk pudding mix and milk. Let sit for 5 minutes to thicken. Stir in chocolate chips. Crush remaining two cookies and stir into pudding mixture. Pour into prepared pie plate. Cover and chill for at least 4 hours or overnight.
  4. Before serving: top with whipped cream or whipped topping, a sprinkle of mini chocolate chips, and additional chocolate chip cookies. (I broke cookies in half and placed them around the pie at equal slice intervals.)
  5. The pie, without whipped cream, can be stored covered for up to 2 days in the refrigerator. Once the pie has the whipped cream on it (if you’re using fresh whipped cream), serve within 24 hours.

Nutrition Information

Amount per serving (1 /10th slice of pie) — Calories: 216, Fat: 11g, Saturated Fat: 5g, Cholesterol: 17mg, Sodium: 111mg, Carbohydrates: 27g, Fiber: 1g, Sugar: 14g, Protein: 2g

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  1. I am jealous about your Hawaii trip – we are hoping to go again next spring. Love this no bake pie. I would totally eat a few slices for breakfast!

  2. This pie looks amazing! Your decorating job is superb on it!! WOW!

    And nothing like becoming a runner and seeing your city from a new vantage point. As in, yes, there are places where you can’t believe it, but you actually run up hill, twice, or in both directions. YEP. I know. Soooo proud of you for running 5 miles with ease, or at least you make it sound easy 🙂 So happy for you because I know how great it feels!

  3. Wow! You’ve outdone yourself on this pie, Dorothy. It’s literally got e.v.e.r.y.t.h.i.n.g. I love in it. And quick and easy too? 

    Love how you’ve made the crust out of chocolate chip cookies, and more in the pudding.

  4. WHOA!!! This looks AMAZING! Wait…NO ONE wanted this pie? You’ve got to be kidding me. *raises hand* I do! Unfortunately…I may have to make one, to satisfy myself. Haha! 

  5. This pie looks unreal- love the chocolate chip cookie flavor, a total classic! 🙂

  6. YUM!! I love chocolate chip cookie crusts! Your trip to Hawaii sound amazing! I always love a photo from the chest up LOL. I am sharing some of your same thoughts and feelings right now. You got it! 

  7. I really wanted to take that pie off your hands, Dorothy. This opposite coast thing is a problem! But don’t worry. You’ll look amazing for vacation no matter what. And it’s Hawaii!! And you have this pie. Life is good!

  8. This pie looks beautiful. It turned out so well; wish I could have shared it with you!

  9. So.. like… if we’re running and doing the Whole 30 Sugar version isn’t that called a balanced diet?  I think so too!

    So glad this deliciousness is part of my new diet plan!  And congrats on the running!  You’re a rockstar, 5 miles is a huge accomplishment! 

  10. Being skinny is totally overrated…I would have taken this pie off your hands in a hot second!! Yum!!

  11. You had me at no-bake, and then you had me at cookie pie! This looks SO good, Dorothy! Wishing I had this for breakfast!

  12. Wait, what? Nobody wanted this? People are crazy. Good on you for the running! And calories don’t count in Hawaii.

  13. And now all I want for an afternoon snack is a slice of this pie! Love the chocolate chip cookie crust!

  14. I mean can you not. I`m over here trying to lose weight over here and you have to go and combine cookies with pie. I`m sitting here drooling on my keyboard.

  15. Thank you for dreaming up this combination! It looks amazing and I cannot wait to make a gluten free version for Sunday dinner. You always have the best recipes and they are practical for everyday life. I’ll definitely be making this this weekend, maybe with chocolate AND vanilla pudding. 

  16. I would totally choose a slice of this pie and a coverup.  YUM! Can I just come live next to you and eat all the leftovers? 😉

  17. IF you are what you eat, I want to be this. LOVE!

  18. I’m jealous that you like running. I HATE running.

    I’m also jealous that I don’t live closer and thusly I couldn’t just come over and take this pie off your hands. IT LOOKS SO DANGED GOOOD!

  19. The pie looks so good~~ Thank you for sharing the recipe! I will definitely try this recipe this weekend >.< Can't wait!

  20. I want your “my pie” fork!!! My kids tease me about how much I like pie…. And this recipe sounds AWESOME. Seriously…where can I get one of those forks?

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