Chocolate Chip Pizza

Chocolate Chip Pizza

Chocolate Chip Pizza

THIS RECIPE WAS UPDATED & SIMPLIFIED SINCE MAKING THE VIDEO. It's best to have all your ingredients at room temperature. - Jenny Jones

Prep Time: 15 minutes

Cook Time: 10 minutes

Total Time: 25 minutes

Makes: 8 to 12 servings

Chocolate Chip Pizza


  • 3 Tablespoons butter, softened
  • 1/4 cup vegetable oil
  • 1/3 cup white sugar
  • 1/3 cup brown sugar
  • 1 egg
  • 1/2 teaspoon vanilla

  • 1 1/4 cups all purpose flour
  • 1/2 teaspoon baking soda
  • 1/4 teaspoon salt

  • 1/2 cup chocolate chips
  • 1/2 cup chopped walnuts


  1. Preheat oven to 375° F.
  2. Grease a 12-inch round baking pan (even non-stick).
  3. Beat butter, oil, sugars, egg, and vanilla for one minute to combine.
  4. On low speed, add flour, baking soda, and salt.
  5. Spread or pat dough onto baking pan. It's best to keep dough in the center thinner so it bakes evenly.
  6. Top with chocolate chips and nuts.
  7. Bake 9 to 10 minutes. Cool and slice into wedges.

Note: For the whole wheat version, use 3/4 cup all purpose flour + 1/2 cup whole wheat pastry flour.

Chocolate Chip Pizza

30 Comments on "Chocolate Chip Pizza"

  1. Barb

    Could you use M & M’s instead of chocolate chips?

  2. Ava

    I made this and it honestly did not taste the way I was expecting.It was kinda salty, a bit like powder and the chocolate and cookie did not taste that good together. It was super quick and easy but would maybe add some other topping like marshmallows to bring it together. Overall I give it 7/10. 🙂

    • Mary

      Hey! I was wondering if this cookie pizza is more of a cookie texture or cakey. I really wanted to make this since it’s really easy to make and less butter of course:)thanks!

  3. Frieda

    just want to say HOORAY for the polish. Have a nice day!!

  4. Mandy

    Thank you for all the awesome recipes!!! I have tried several… today we made the chocolate chip pizza, yesterday the pierogies, plus we have tried several others… we have loved every single one!! My kids and I love trying new recipes and we always check your site first!

  5. Terry C.

    Hi Jenny,

    Another fabulous recipe!! Thank you. I made your cabbage rolls for dinner and this cookie pizza was dessert! Super easy and a fabulous end to a yummy main dish. Your cabbage rolls were the first I had ever made and there is absolutely no reason to try another recipe. I get rave reviews every time, but give you the credit always! Anyway for this pizza, I didn’t have a pizza pan so I used a 9” spring form. I baked 20 minutes at 375 and it turned out great! More of a “pan style” pizza cookie. ??

    I love all the recipes of yours that I have tried and each have been so easy to follow and turn out fantastic!

    I’m looking forward to making many more. Love your videos. Very thorough with fun humor mixed in which we all need. That is what makes cooking and baking fun! Especially now with the coronavirus having us sheltering at home. Much good has come from this in my house.?

    Thanks again, be well!

    • Mary

      Hey! I was wondering if this is a cookie like texture or more cakey? Thanks!:)

  6. Michael

    Hi Jenny
    Your chocolate chip pizza cookie was a huge hit. If I wanted to make the cookie more crunchy would I let it bake a minute or so longer?

    Thank you
    MICHAEL from Ontario

  7. Rena

    Hi mrs Jenny what is the name of the vanilla extract you use s d what store could I possibly find it at? ?

    • Terry C

      Jenny mentioned in her video that she gets that particular vanilla at William Sonoma. ?

  8. adela Uribe

    Hi Jenny what makes the cookie stay moist afterbaking I have made this into a 14×2 16×2 12×2 and 10×2 i double double the recipes this is a great recipe my to go recipe thanks i have also try your doughnuts great all i give t 5 stars thanks again.

  9. Judy

    Hi Jenny, Could I make this cookie pizza in a 10 in springform pan? I’m enjoying your recipes! Thanks!

    • Terry C

      Hi Judy,

      I made mine in a 9” springform pan and ir was like a pan pizza thickness. My guess is yours will be thinner in a 10” and you might bake it just a bit shorter in time. I baked mine 20 minutes and it was perfect.

      Good luck ?‍?

  10. adela uribe

    when using a dark pan or a light pan dose the temperture change thank you

  11. adela

    i made the cookie pizza it was great how can i transported to give a way
    thanks i gave 5 stars

    • adela uribe

      HI just made it again double the recipe made it into a 16 inch pizza pan it was so good added more vanilla 5 stars thank you

    • Elizabeth

      Hello, I made the choc. chip pizza according to Jenny. When done transferred it to a foil pizza pan for taking or giving> 🙂

  12. Andrew

    Hi Jenny,

    Can you tell me the brand name of the clear plastic measuring cups and spoons you used in the video to demonstrate the recipe?

    I’ve been looking for a similar set since I originally saw them in your video and haven’t had any luck.

    Please let me know, I’d appreciate it!

    Thank you! 🙂


    • Jenny

      I’ve had them for too long to remember where I got them and they have no markings.

  13. Jennie

    Hi Jenny, I plan to use just flour for this recipe. Also, how much butter would I need to use if I want to make them just using butter?

    • Jenny

      I’m not sure but you can use any sugar cookie recipe and make it big like this one. It’s always better to use a proven recipe.

  14. Sherri

    I didn’t have any chocolate chips on hand, so I tossed in a few butterscotch chips instead. This is another delicious recipe Jenny. I’m sure it’s even better with chocolate chips. I’ve tried several of your recipes now and have enjoyed all of them. It’s so nice to have found a site where I am confident the recipes will all turn out great.

  15. Mel

    Can I substitute all the fat for coconut oil or melt 1/4 cup of the coconut oil in replace for the normal oil and not melt the coconut oil in replace for the softened butter.

    • Jenny

      For the best result I would suggest only replacing the oil with melted (& cooled) coconut oil and include the butter as is.

  16. sharon

    Hi jenny I just wanted to say that I love all of your recipes I’ve tried so many of them and they are just great thank you for sharing them all.

  17. khabirah

    Made this two days ago and it was great even without the nuts…will probably make again soon!

  18. Laurie

    Hey Jenny,
    Thank you for your answer!
    So as I said, I made the chocolate chip pizza with oats. It tasted good! My friends liked it. Nevertheless we couldn’t feel the oats (i followed your advice, and used 1/2cup of oats). I guess next time I won’t add them and will use your original recipe (:

    Thanks for sharing, your videos are great!

  19. Laurie Pichereau

    Dear Jenny,
    I’m really interested in making this Chocolate Chip Cookie to wow my friends next week. I think this recipe is great, surprising, and funny! What should I ask more? Yet I was assuming that I could use some oats instead of 1/2 cup of whole grain pastry flour to have a more country side flavor. What do you think?
    I look forward to hearing from you!

    Laurie from France

    • Jenny

      It’s always good to try a recipe as it is for the first time but adding oats should work. You want the dough to be soft enough to spread. I often make oatmeal chocolate chip cookies but the batter is thicker and I don’t believe it would spread easily on the large pan. So I might try using one cup of flour and 1/2 cup of oats to start. If it’s too thin you could stir in more oats or flour, and if too thick, you could add a bit of water. Please let us know how it turned out and good luck.

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