This skillet chocolate chip cookie is golden on the outside but molten, chocolatey & decadent on the inside. Pass the spoons!
Skillet cookies, popular desserts on many restaurant menus, are often baked just long enough to achieve a golden exterior but not enough to “firm up” on the inside. The result is similar to a molten lava cake~a warm, gooey inside that is best eaten with a spoon. Decadent!
I made this skillet chocolate chip cookie last night for a group of teenagers, and it was a huge hit! Within minutes, the entire skillet was wiped clean.
This recipe calls for the classic 10″ Lodge cast iron skillet. A fun and novel way to serve skillet cookies would also be in miniature 3.5″ skillets. I just ordered 8 and can’t wait to try them with this cookie dough. The smaller size will mean an adjustment in cooking time. I’ll experiment and report back soon.
I’d love to hear from you in the comments if you try this or have your own favorite skillet recipe to share! Thanks so much for stopping by! Be blessed, and stay savvy!!!
Adapted from The Lodge Cast Iron Cookbook..
Serving Size: 1
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 5564 Total Fat: 223g Saturated Fat: 132g Cholesterol: 415mg Sodium: 4789mg Carbohydrates: 838g Sugar: 489g Protein: 50g