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[Photographs: Emily Dryden] If I learned anything about food growing up down south, it’s that a cast iron skillet can work wonders for any recipe—even chocolate chip cookies. Slap a chocolate chip cookie dough in a cast iron skillet, and it’ll bake up crunchy around the edges, but soft and fudgy in the middle, like…

via The Skillet Cookie: Yet Another Reason to Love Cas… — Your Foodie Delights

January 22, 2018

3 thoughts on “The Skillet Cookie: Chase Away the Monday Blues

  1. byebyebeer says:

    We recently subscribed to Southern Cast Iron Magazine after finding some incredible recipes online. Maybe it was just the cast iron pans that made them taste so good. My daughters would love this recipe. If you make it in a pan used to cook other things, I wonder if that will affect the flavor of the cookie. One way to find out, I guess.

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    1. I am making this right now! It will be my Thursday post. I’m using my Grandma’s cast iron skillet. It’s seen lots of service. I’m going to use the Toll House recipe with these suggested modifications.

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      1. byebyebeer says:

        That’s awesome! I’ll look forward to reading your post. Enjoy!

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