Monday, April 20, 2015

Eggless Frying Pan Double Chocolate Cookie

You may wonder about the name of my today's post, its an another version of famous skillet cookie. This giant cookie is prepared the same way as like baking through Iron cast Skillet. I seriously want to own a iron cast skillet but its really not easy to get them here. Obviously i made this cookie with my own frying pan as their handle can be removed easily. Trust me, this is first time am trying cookie this way, and they came out extremely fantastic. Now i decided not to run behind a iron cast skillet. This chocolate cookie goes for usual ingredients and definitely with a scoop of icecream, one can have this delicious chocolate loaded cookie happily for dessert.Sending to Srivalli's Anniversary Mela.

Frying pan Chocolate Cookie

Everyone at home had this chocolate cookie even before they gets cool completely, since i have added both chocolate chips and melted dark chocolate, this cookie will definitely a real feast for chocolate lovers like me. Also one of the easiest cookie to make quickly to satisfy everyone's tastebuds. As i told earlier this ultimate frying pan chocolate cookie makes an excellent dessert after a meal or an evening snacks to serve easily. This droolworthy cookie goes to this month's mega marathon as am running with baking as theme.


1cup All purpose flour
1/2cup Chocolate chips
1/2tsp Salt
1/2cup Dark chocolate chunks (coarsely chopped)
1/2tsp Baking powder
8tbsp Unsalted butter
1cup Sugar
1tsp Vanilla essence
Almond flakes

Preheat the oven to 350F, grease frying pan generously and keep aside.

Melt the chocolate chunks with 2 tbsp of butter until they turns silky.

Sift together the flour,salt,baking powder in a medium bowl.

Meanwhile beat together the butter,sugar,vanilla in a bowl until they turns soft, add in the melted chocolate.

Slowly add in the flour mixture, mix well. until the mixture turns as a cookie dough.

Drop it to the greased frying pan and spread gently. Sprinkle the almond flakes on the top.

Bake for 12-15minutes until the cookies are flat with mild crack on the top.

Let them cool for few minutes.

Slice it as wedges.

Enjoy with chocolate sauce or with icecream.

One pan chocolate cookie

21 comments:

  1. My daughter would go gaga over it if I ever baked it. :)
    I can get cast iron skillets easily here but just wanted to know. Did you use a nonstick pan?

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  2. Mouthwatering cookie cake and baking in a skillet is a cool idea. I have a cast iron skillet and will try this recipe soon

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  3. That's a nice idea. Do you use non stick ? Is that oven friendly Priya ?
    Cookies look yummmmmm

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  4. That is an interesting cookie... using a frying pan is a nice idea... should try sometime..

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  5. that looks so delicious... a cake like cookie...

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  6. Delicious eggless cake! Looks silky snd beautiful! Very easy to follow!

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  7. After looking at this post and Pavani's post I feel really tempted to try the giant cookie. Awesome!

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  8. @Suma and Kalyani, i used non stick heavy bottomed frying pan..Hope this helps.

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  9. Too much of chocolate goes directly to tummy hehe .Yummy cookies akka.

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  10. Such a lovely looking chocolate cookie cake. Making it in a skillet makes it convenient.

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  11. Wow that looks amazing Priya! Beautifully baked with favourite ingredients.

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  12. These cookies surely look so divine and baking that way is such an awesome way..:)

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  13. Very well baked,bookmarked Priya...the giant cookie looks awesome.

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  14. wow super cool. baking in skillet is great

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  15. Baking this sinful treat in a skillet is just genius!!

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  16. These seriously look like the perfect cookie. I love how Chocolatey and tasty they are!

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  17. An interesting cookies, so tempting.

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  18. I have never made anything with skillet but your idea is great. The cookie looks awesome!!!

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  19. After seeing your and pavani's giant cookies, I am really tempted to make some myself. I might end up buying a small cast iron skillet for this purpose :)

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  20. Loving that cookie Priya!! Those almonds on top are so very tempting!!

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  21. I thought I will do commenting here as I am not hungry but now I am drooling. Suddenly Chapati and bhaji is not a good option.

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