Ultimate Chocolate Chip Cookie Experience




Introduction: Ultimate Chocolate Chip Cookie Experience

These soft and gooey Chocolate chip cookies taste mouth watering delicious when they go from the frying pan to your tummy.  Pile the warm cookie with some vanilla ice cream and top with a cherry for a delicious and eye catching dessert experience. 

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Step 1:

Cookie Ingredients

2 sticks of butter
1 egg
1 Tablespoon molasses
1 teaspoon vanilla
3/4 cup sugar
3/4 cup brown sugar
1/2 teaspoon baking powder
3/4 teaspoon baking soda
1/2 teaspoon salt
2 1/2 cups flour
1 bag of chocolate chips

Topping ingredients

Vanilla ice cream
Cool Whip

Optional Topping ingredients

chocolate ice cream syrup
one cherry

Step 2:

For the Ultimate Chocolate Chip Cookie Experience, you will need some miniature cast iron skillets because they keep the cookie delightfully warm from the oven to your table. 

Dear hubby bought these adorable little cast iron skillets from WalMart in the Christmas gift section.  They were individually wrapped and came with a cookie mix that tasted terrible!  The skillets are 5 inch diameter by 1/2 inch deep.  They are worth the purchase price of $4.88 each because the best online price I could find for a 5 inch miniature cast iron skillet was $8.95 at  http://www.castironcookware.com/cast-iron-cookware.html

The chocolate chip cookie recipe can be baked in one large skillet and cut like a pie to serve.  Adjust the baking time, depending on size of skillet.  Or just make them as cookies!

Step 3:

Preheat oven to 350 degrees.  Cream the butter, egg, molasses, vanilla, and sugars.  Add the baking powder, baking soda, salt, flour and mix.  With a spoon or spatula, fold in the chocolate chips.

Step 4:

Spoon the dough into the skillet and pat down flat.  Leave room for the cookie to raise and grow a bit, then bake for about 12 minutes, or until lightly brown.  Do not over bake, because these cookies will continue to bake in the skillet when removed from the oven.

Step 5:

This step is optional, but impressive.  If you want to pipe your cool whip on top your cookie creation, you can make a decorating bag.  Use a zip lock bag and cut one corner off, then insert a large star tip inside the bag.  Fill with softened cool whip. 

Another option would be to use prepared whipped topping in a can.

Step 6:

Remove from oven, and place on plate, remember, the handle of the skillet will be hot!  Scoop on vanilla ice cream, then top with your cool whip decorating bag.  Add a cherry, just for fun!  

Share the cookie love with family and friends.

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    Reply 8 years ago on Introduction

    They are delicious! May your road be blessed with many servings :)

    Ooooh, this reminds me of the pizzokie from BJ's Brewery! I love having ice cream on a nice hot cookie! So, so delicious! Awesome job!


    Reply 8 years ago on Introduction

    Looked up what a pizzokie is because I live in a cave, lol, then did a location search and I found a BJ's about 1 hr. away, thanks for the info, they look yummy! This cookie recipe is extra awesome because you can store it in the fridge or freezer so you will always have a special dessert to share with family and friends.