How to make Mini Chocolate Chip Pecan Pies!

If you love pecans and chocolate chips, you are going to love these easy chocolate chip pecan pies!How to make mini chocolate chip pecan pies with a ravioli cutter!

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Chocolate Chip Pecan Pies

Let the holiday baking season begin! I have been waiting for a long time to find the perfect recipe for my ravioli cutter! YES, I said ravioli cutter and baking. I started using my ravioli cutters to make cookies back when I was in graduate school (then it was sugar cookie dough and nutella), and it’s still one of my favorite ways to make cookies. This time around, I incorporated Diamond of California chopped pecans and mini chocolate chips!

How to make mini pie cookies!

Roll out your pie crust on parchment paper (or a floured baking surface). Get your ravioli cutter ready (round, square, heart – there are lots of fun shapes).

How to make mini chocolate chip pecan pies

Next, use a mini melon ball scoop (tablespoon, mini cookie scoop, etc) to drop balls of the dough about 2 inches apart (depending on the size of your ravioli cutter). Be sure to only drop them on half of the dough. I cut the dough in half with a knife so I knew where to place the dough.

How to make mini pie cookies with a ravioli cutter!

Carefully place the empty half of your pie crust on top of the half with the balls of dough. Use your ravioli cutter over the balls of dough to cut out the mini pies.

How to make mini chocolate pecan pies with ravioli cutter.

Place your cut-out mini pies on your baking sheet (lined with parchment paper). Aren’t they cute? Don’t worry if any have broken tops. It will be fine. You then top them with beaten egg and sugar (see full recipe below).

Mini Chocolate Chip Pecan Ravioli "Pies"

There they are! So cute! And SO DELISH! Want to see the inside? Yep… you do…

Mini Chocolate Chip Pecan Pies

So delicious, ya’ll! My husband was in love with these because they’re almost “poppable” (you could get a smaller ravioli cutter too). They’re like a “pie cookie”. Delish!

Mini Chocolate Chip Pecan Pies


Mini Chocolate Chip Pecan Pies

Mini Chocolate Chip Pecan Pies


  • 1 recipe pie crust - 8 or 9 inch
  • 3 eggs - separated
  • 1/2 cup granulated sugar
  • 1/2 cup packed brown sugar
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • 1 cup butter - melted
  • 3/4 cup all-purpose flour
  • 1 cup mini chocolate chips
  • 1 cup Diamond of California Chopped Pecans
  • 2 tablespoons sanding sugar - or granulated sugar


  • Prepare pie crust and roll out on floured surface or parchment paper.
  • With electric mixer, beat 2 eggs well. Add both sugars and vanilla extract.
  • Add in melted butter and mix well.
  • Stir in flour until well-blended.
  • Stir in chocolate chips and pecans.
  • Drop dough onto half of the pie crust with tablespoon or cookie scoop.
  • Fold empty half of pie crust over filled pie crust and cut out with ravioli cutter. Place on baking sheet lined with parchment paper.
  • Beat egg and brush tops of pies with pastry brush. Sprinkle with sanding sugar.
  • Bake at 350 degrees F. until tops are golden brown (10-13 minutes, but this depends on the size of your raviolis as well so watch carefully).
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  1. Yum!! The possibilities with the recipe are endless! I actually use the same program for sharing my recipes and really love it…such a time saver!

  2. How many cookies does the recipe yield?

    1. This depends a bit on the size of your ravioli cutter but for me, it was about 8. If you use a frozen pie crust, there are 2 in the box so you could use them both and yield 16.

  3. Kelley Vicknair says:

    My filling is runny!! What did I do wrong? It is oozing out of the crust when I baked it.

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