This Cast Iron Skillet Cookie resembles the beloved Pizookie I adored growing up. It's made with browned butter, milk chocolate chips and semi-sweet chocolate chunks. Top with vanilla bean ice cream, grab a spoon and head into skillet cookie heaven! Be sure to watch the recipe video too!
This dreamy skillet cookie is best eaten warm right out of the oven! Seriously, just grab a spoon and dig in. You won’t regret it. Oh, and don’t forget to top with vanilla ice cream too!
You’ll love this skillet cookie recipe because:
You don’t need a mixer of any kind!
No chilling required, just pour the batter into the skillet and bake. Such an easy recipe!
It has a warm, gooey center
It’s made with browned butter, which yes is an extra step but it’s SO WORTH IT.
The cast iron helps to create those irresistible golden brown crispy edges and chewy center.
You can easily cozy up with the skillet, a spoon, a blanket and a movie = perfect night in!
What is in a Cast Iron Skillet Cookie?
This chocolate chip skillet cookie recipe uses standard baking ingredients such as granulated sugar, baking powder, brown sugar, eggs and chocolate chunks. The twist is making browned butter!
Flour: All-Purpose Flour works best. I haven’t tested this recipe with any other flour varieties.
Brown sugar: You can use either light or dark brown sugar. Just like my chocolate chip cookie recipe, I use more brown sugar than granulated white because it results in a more moist, soft and chewy dessert.
Browned Butter: Browned butter basically makes everything taste better! It has a rich, nutty flavor and adds so much to this cast iron skillet cookie. Plus, it’s easier to make than you think!
Granulated sugar: Any granulated white sugar works well in this skillet cookie.
Chocolate: I recommend using a mix of milk chocolate chips to stir into the batter, and then topping the skillet cookie with semi-sweet chocolate chunks! I simply buy a chocolate bar and cut it into chunks.
The Ultimate Cast Iron Skillet Cookie! It's gooey on the inside with crispy edges, slightly under baked in a cast iron skillet, and made with two types of chocolate. Top with vanilla ice cream and grab a spoon!
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