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Holiday Skookies

Holiday Skookies

If you have not noticed, we like to take things we love to the next level of tastiness. For those of us who love the smell of baking cookies, ice cream, and a glass of milk, say hello to the skookie. These wonderful 7 inches of cast iron will forever change your mind on how a cookie should be.
 
So, grab your favorite chocolate chip recipe and tag along. Or, go the route we did on this one and buy yourself two tubes of the pre-made chocolate chip cookie dough. And yes, you do have permission to eat some cookie dough, just not too much. 
 
With the pre-made cookie dough we discovered that if you separate it into thirds, you have the perfect amount of cookie. If you go much more than a third then the cookie will spill out over the pan and you’ll enjoy the sweet aroma of burnt cookie.
 
Directions:
Pre-heat the oven to 350 degrees.
Spray the skookie pan with non-stick spray.
Take your third of cookie dough and make it in to a ball. If you made your own cookie dough, start with a ball of cookie dough a little larger than a golf ball.
Place the ball in the center of the pan and knead it out to the edge of the pan. If you need to add more place it in the center and work it out to the edges.
Place the skookie pan on the center rack in the oven for 10-12 minutes. For those who like a cookie a little more gooey, than go 10 minutes. If you like yours a bit more well-done, than shoot for the 12 minutes.
After it is done, set it aside and let it cool for 2-3 minutes.
Now for the best part. Grab your favorite ice cream and place a few scoops right in the center and drizzle with chocolate syrup. Let it melt for minute, grab a glass of milk, a spoon, and enjoy!
 
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Comments

Anonymous (not verified) on Dec 2, 2013 10:08 pm

The skookie is AMAZING!! My kids love it!!

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