Wednesday, February 5, 2020

Cast-Iron Skillet Chocolate Chip Cookie

I think I have a new favorite cookie: Cast-Iron Skillet Chocolate Chip Cookie. It's from America's Test Kitchen and is in the Cook It in Cast Iron cookbook. I must have seen it on Instagram and followed the link to the recipe because I just recently printed it. We made it this past weekend. It seemed like it would be quick & easy to make. It was.
I love that this doesn't require scooping, baking, and cooling multiple sheets of treats. The whole thing bakes at once in a single skillet. The skillet creates a delicious crust on the cookie. I didn't love the browning the butter part because I find it tricky to properly brown butter in a black skillet, but we (SP) managed.
I love the wedges! Soft and chewy at the point (the middle of the cookie), then it gets crisper and crisper (but not too crispy) as you make your way to the edge. I love the edge.
It's no surprise I love cookies and I really love these. SP has to take the container away from me in the evening so that I don't go on a cookie snarfing rampage.

Recipe here (Parade Magazine, 27 January 2017) or here (AP News 28 January 2019).

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