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March 20, 2014

Cookie Skillets

In honor of The Bachelor finishing, most nights the roommates and I cuddled up on the couch with some sort of snack (usually junk food) and watched Juan Pablo make a fool of himself.  

So naturally, nothing says girls night like Cookie Skillets.  Seeing as most of my roommates had never experienced the glory that is a cookie skillet, I had to take their skillet virginity.

They are ridiculously easy to make, you just have to make sure you don't overcook them because you want them to be gooey and oh so delicious.

Start with a frying pan (or two, or six)... they can be any size.  Take some cookie dough, I usually just opt for the store bought variety for this but if I have some homemade kicking in the freezer I'll use that.  Press it into the frying pan and bake at 350 degrees.  I usually bake it for 10 minutes, but it depends on what size your frying pan is!

See how it's crispy on the outside and barely baked in the middle.... that's what you want!

Now load it up with whatever you can get your hands on.  We started with ice cream, then some whip cream and some chocolate sauce.  But you can put on whatever your little heart desires.

Then DIG IN !!

Or pause for an Instagram break.....

Girls nights are the best nights... am I right?
I'll leave you all with everyone's favourite Free Spirit, Lucy's song entitled, "ees okay."  (the lyrics are in the description and are absolute genius!

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  1. That looks amazing! Now if only I had a frying pan that was safe for the oven.

    1. Most of them are! cause the handles have to survive pretty high heats so they can last in the 350 degree oven!