The Great Pizookie

The Great Pizookie

The Great Pizookie

It’s a cookie cooked up like a thick pizza. You just have to serve it warm with ice cream. Yummy!

The Great Pizookie
Recipe Type: Dessert
Cuisine: American
Author: Marsha Powell
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Cook time:
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Serves: 8
Ingredients
  • 13 oz – All Purpose Flour
  • .15 oz – Baking Soda
  • .20 oz – Salt
  • 8.8 oz – Unsalted Butter
  • 8 oz – Brown Sugar
  • 5 oz – White Sugar
  • 2 – Large Eggs
  • .2 oz – Vanilla Extract
  • 1 Bag(11.5oz) – Milk Chocolate Chips
  • Ice Cream
Instructions
  1. Weigh out your room temperature unsalted butter and place in your mixing bowl.
  2. Next, add your brown and white sugar to the butter and cream together on a medium speed (hand mixer or standing mixer).
  3. Once combined add your eggs, one at a time, while mixing, until fully combined. Then add your vanilla extract.
  4. Next mix your flour, baking soda and salt (with your hands is fine) in a medium bowl. Once mixed add that mixture to the eggs/butter/sugar/vanilla mixture. Turn your mixer on medium-low speed JUST until it is combined and then stop.
  5. Lastly, add your milk chocolate chips and mix in by hand with a spatula or wooden spoon.
  6. Place your entire cookie dough mixture into your cast iron skillet and flatten out. Wet your hands slightly and flatten out the dough by hand.
  7. Place in a 325 degree preheated oven and let bake. For a soft gooey cookie (slightly under baked) bake for 35 minutes. If you want a fully baked crispy cookie you will need to bake for 45-50 minutes.
  8. Remove from heat and let cool slightly. Then add your ice cream to the top and serve.

 


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