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If you’ve got a sweet tooth and you want to make a decadent dessert that the whole family can share, a skillet chocolate chip cookie will satisfy everyone’s sugar and chocolate cravings. These giant cookies are easy to make and you can customize them with the ingredients you like best. Here are a few skillet chocolate chip cookie recipes that you can serve at your next family gathering.
1. Cast Iron Chocoalte Chip Cookie
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This cookie features classic flavors like brown sugar and vanilla along with chocolate chips for a delicious cookie that will take you back to your childhood. You can cut the cookie into wedges to share with friends, and top the pieces with creamy vanilla ice cream for an extra special dessert.
2. Peanut Butter Chocolate Skillet Cookie
Peanut butter and chocolate are a winning combination, and this giant cookie allows you to indulge in this satisfying merger of flavors. The batter for this cookie is light and packed with peanut flavor, and the chocolate chips add a richness to the cookie that will make you look forward to dessert. You can enjoy this cookie alone or top it with chocolate ice cream to make this sweet treat even more decadent.
3. White Chocolate Macadamia Nut Pizookie
This “pizookie” (a cross between a pizza and a cookie) features all the flavors you love in a white chocolate macadamia cookie. The macadamia nuts add mild flavor and a satisfying crunch, and they’re the perfect combination for white chocolate chips. You can enjoy this cookie with vanilla ice cream and sprinkle some crushed macadamia nuts on top for a satisfying crunch.
4. Chocolate Chocolate Chip Skillet Cookie
This cookie is a chocolate lover’s dream. Not only is the batter made from chocolate, but the cookie also features dark chocolate chips. You can add some milk chocolate chips as well to give the cookie another layer of flavor.
This cookie tastes great with mint ice cream so you can indulge in the cooling sensation of mint combined with the rich flavor of chocolate.
5. Chocolate Chip Marbled Skillet Brownie
If you can’t decide between cookies or brownies for dessert, this skillet cookie is the answer. The batter, which is a combination of brownie batter and the ingredients used to make chocolate chip cookies, creates a beautiful marble pattern that makes this dessert fun to look at and even more fun to eat.
6. Double Chocolate Chip Skillet Cookie
One of the only things that make chocolate chip cookies better is more chocolate chips. Doubling the number of chocolate chips used in this cookie will make it even more appealing to the chocolate lovers in your family. You can even use a combination of dark chocolate, milk chocolate, and white chocolate chips to add a tasty chocolate swirl to every bite.
7. Brown Butter Chocolate Chip Cookie Skillet
Adding brown butter to the cookie batter gives this dish a rich, nutty flavor and a refined taste that will make you feel like you’re in an artisan bakery. Dark chocolate chips taste great with this recipe, and you can top the cookie with sea salt for another layer of delicious flavor.
8. M&Ms Chocolate Chip Skillet Cookie
If you love M&Ms, why not add them to your skillet cookie instead of chocolate chips? This is a great way to use up your kids’ leftover Halloween candy and the M&Ms make the cookie more colorful. Top the cookie with crushed nuts and the ice cream of your choice for a fun and carefree dessert.
9. Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Skillet Cookie with Salted Caramel
Make your oatmeal cookies even more delicious by baking the batter in a skillet and adding chocolate chips and salted caramel. The earthiness of the oatmeal, pronounced taste of chocolate, and rich sweetness of caramel create a taste explosion that you won’t want to pass up. Top this tasty treat with snickerdoodle ice cream for an indulgent autumn treat.
10. Paleo Chocolate Chip Skillet Cookie
If you’re gluten-free, have food allergies, or want to reach certain health goals by making some changes in your diet, this paleo cookie allows you to indulge in a classic dessert while maintaining your eating plan. This healthy alternative is also made without refined sugar, so you can indulge in a guilt-free dessert that will satisfy your sweet tooth.
11. Secret Ingredient Peanut Butter Stuffed Chocolate Chip Cookie
This skillet cookie is stuffed with white miso paste which adds a salty element to this nutty and sweet treat. Miso also goes great with dark chocolate. If you’re the adventurous type when it comes to recipes, this may be the skillet cookie for you.
12. Mini Oatmeal Chocolate Chunk Skillet Cookies
If you’re trying to watch your portions but still want to indulge in a skillet cookie, try making oatmeal chocolate chunk cookies in mini skillets. These delicious desserts are great to serve at parties or for your loved ones to enjoy while you enjoy quality time together.
13. Salted Caramel Filled Dark Chocolate Chunk Skillet Cookie
A cookie filled fill chocolate chunks and stuffed with salted caramel? Yes, please! This is a one-in-a-while treat, but it’s sure to be a favorite with your family and friends. This skillet cookie is a delicious choice for chocolate and caramel lovers alike, and it’s even better when topped with vanilla ice cream.
14. S’mores Skillet Cookie Cake
Even if you’re not planning a camping trip any time soon, you can still enjoy the flavor of s’mores in a skillet cookie. Chocolate pieces, along with graham crackers and marshmallows make this cookie complete. Just one bite can take you back to your childhood or inspire you to explore the great outdoors so you can make this cookie over the campfire.
15. Triple Chocolate S’mores Pazookie
Celebrate the deliciousness of s’mores with this giant cookie that features three times the chocolate of regular chocolate chip cookies. This dessert is oozing with flavor and the chocolate tastes great with crumbled graham crackers and hot fudge on top.
16. Chocolate Pecan Skillet Cookie
One of the only things that can make a sweet, gooey chocolate chip cookie even better is pecans. The nuts add a mild flavor to the cookie that is the ideal pairing for chocolate. You can enhance this sweet treat even more by adding a little cinnamon on top or covering the skillet cookie with whipped cream.
17. Chocolate Caramel Pecan Skillet Cookie
If turtles are your favorite candy, you can get the same flavor in cookie form with this delicious dessert. A combination of pecans, chocolate chunks, and caramel makes this skillet cookie especially decadent. It’s so flavorful you can enjoy it alone, but it’s even more delicious with a scoop of your favorite chocolate or vanilla ice cream on top.
18. Chocolate Chip Oat Coconut Cookie
Give your oatmeal chocolate chip cookie a slightly tropical flavor by adding coconut to the mix. This hearty cookie will be ready in under an hour, so you don’t have to wait long to sink your teeth into this classic cookie with a twist.
19. White Chocolate Chip Skillet Cookie
Dark chocolate tends to have a slightly bitter flavor, so if you want your cookie to be sweet all the way through, try using white chocolate chips instead. You can prepare a classic cookie batter and evenly distribute the white chocolate throughout the batter for a tasty dessert that will quickly become one of your favorites.
20. Salty Dark and Milk Chocolate Skillet Cookie
This skillet cookie features a combination of milk and dark chocolate for a pronounced flavor that makes this dessert taste both homemade and gourmet. Add some sea salt on the top to complement the sugary ingredients and complete this dessert with a hearty scoop of ice cream or a dollop of fresh whipped cream.
21. White Chocolate Skillet Cookie with Bananas and Pretzels
Satisfy your sweet and salty cravings all at once with this white chocolate cookie that includes pretzels and bananas. Chocolate and bananas are a winning pair, and when you add the crunchy saltiness of pretzels, you’ve got a skillet cookie recipe that you’ll want to make any time you’ve got something to celebrate.
22. Strawberry Chocolate Chunk Skillet Recipe
Strawberries and chocolate go great together, and when you add them to a cookie, the result is decadent goodness that you won’t want to pass up. The fruitiness of the strawberries and the dark chocolate makes this a dessert you’ll definitely want to save for something extra special, like sharing it with the one you love.
23. Gluten Free Cherry Chocolate Skillet Cookie
If you have a friend or loved one who is gluten-intolerant, this delicious cookie will allow them to indulge in the dessert with you without worrying about digestive issues. Dark chocolate and cherries make this cookie refined and unique, and it’s a tasty treat for people who aren’t gluten-free, too.
24. Red Velvet Skillet Cookie
Red velvet cake is a popular dessert, and it tastes just as spectacular in cookie form. Adding chocolate chunks and white chocolate chips makes the dessert visually appealing. You can add some caramel or white chocolate sauce on top to make this skillet cookie even more impressive. This is a wonderful dessert to serve at holiday gatherings.
25. Skillet Snickerdoodle Cookie
Snickerdoodles are delightful cookies often served during the holidays. The combination of sugar and cinnamon makes these cookies stand out. You can turn the snickerdoodle into a skillet cookie, add chocolate chips and/or caramel chips to the batter, and sprinkle the top with cinnamon and sugar for a delicious treat. Enjoy the cookie alone or with a drizzle of caramel syrup.
26. Brown Butter Vegan Chocolate Chip Skillet Cookie
This brown butter cookie recipe is free of milk and eggs so you can indulge in it even if you’re on a vegan diet. The chocolate chips add more texture and flavor to the dessert, and you can top the skillet cookie with a scoop or two of your favorite non-dairy ice cream.
27. Toffee Chocolate Chunk Skillet Cookie
Chocolate and toffee are especially decadent and when they’re both in a skillet cookie, you’ve got a winning dessert that’s hard to compete with. Whether you want to make the cookie in a large cast-iron skillet so you can your loved ones can each grab a spoon and dig in, or use mini skillets to give all your party guests their own personal cookie, This dessert is a definite crowd-pleaser. It’s even better with a scoop of gourmet vanilla ice cream.
28. Pumpkin, Chocolate, and Toffee Skillet Cookie
Combine the flavors of toffee and chocolate with pumpkin for a fall-themed treat that makes a great dessert for Thanksgiving or Christmas. This cookie has a soft, chewy middle and a tasty outer crust that makes it a combination of a chocolate chip cookie and a pumpkin pie. You can enjoy this skillet cookie with your favorite chai tea or hot chocolate, or top the cookie with whipped cream and chocolate shavings for an autumn dessert you’ll make every year.