Chocolate Skillet Cookie

Do you love chocolate, but want something different than just a chocolate bar? Do you love crispy brown sugar cookies, but want to get rid of the butter? Here’s a great trick to incorporate both delicious elements into a single dish. Start with a healthy dose of chocolate chips. Melt them in a skillet with a tablespoon of butter, then sprinkle them with a teeny bit of brown sugar.

What is chocolate? It’s a substance made from cacao beans, the same kind of bean that chocolate bars are made from, and it is made by fermenting the beans in hot water. The beans are then roasted and ground or cooked (usually in a saucepan or skillet) to create cocoa powder, which is then mixed with sugar and sometimes butter to create chocolate bars.

Three ingredients and a skillet. And it couldn’t be easier. You’ll need a cast iron skillet, a large marshmallow, and some chocolate chips. Just combine them in the skillet a little at a time, stirring constantly until the marshmallow melts.

The pan for cooking

A 7-inch nonstick skillet that can be used directly from the burner into the oven was one of our most successful purchases! We were able to make a variety of wonderful keto meals, including our favorite dessert, chocolate chip pancakes. It’s compact, melt-in-your-mouth, slightly sweet, and just perfect on the crunch scale. We guarantee you’ll like it as much as a chubby child enjoying cake, or should I say cookies!


Aside from dessert, we strongly advise everyone to get a skillet right now if they haven’t already. When taste, texture, and appearance are damaged when transferring from the pan to the baking dish, it’s one of the worst things that can happen. Not to mention the additional cleaning you’ll have to perform. So join us in changing the system – believe us when we say that this purchase will transform your life for the better!

Proceed to the dessert course.

Most of our recent dishes have been completely unexpected and some of our favorites. This dessert was no exception. When I began wanting something sweet, Matthew and I were working on other sections of Keto Connect. Do you have any idea what I’m talking about when I say “itch”? I went into the kitchen, telling myself again and over that I wanted cake. This is most likely not the greatest approach to the kitchen!

We generally make sweets in tiny quantities because 1) we lose a lot of ingredients if the dish spoils, and 2) if the dessert is delicious, we eat it all at once. So I bought the 7-inch SKILLET, the one and only practical dandy! I don’t recall much of the mixing or cooking anymore, but you know what that means: I was in the zone.


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ZONE : When you’re completely immersed in what’s going on in front of you, it’s virtually certain that you won’t remember it afterwards, but it’ll be indescribably amazing.

Don’t forget about the extras.

Do you know what another modern tragedy is? If someone argues that toppings aren’t required. CHOICE? CHOICE? CHOICE? CHOICE? CHOICE? How can chocolate chips and nuts be considered optional? It’s more like a must! Yes, chocolate chips (we used Lily’s) and almonds are required for this dessert recipe. Unless you have a nut allergy. If that’s the case, this dish isn’t for you, since nuts are required! You lose the crunch and stickiness without these so-called optional additions. Do you see why making them optional would be such a tragedy?

I believe I’ve addressed almost every aspect of supplements. You may, however, go beyond these two additions. A pinch of cinnamon here, a sprinkling of coconut flakes there. When it comes to chocolate chip cookies, the options are limitless.



The greatest part, apart from the enormous chocolate chip cookies themselves, is the cleanup. The bottoms of the cookies will not cling to the pan, and you will not need to use a knife to trim the edges. It’s as simple as flipping the pan and it’ll come right out! It’s not only fast and simple to clean, but it’s also delicious with chocolate chip cookies! You must not consume it!


Biscuits with chocolate

A delectable nut filling is sandwiched between two layers of soft chocolate cake.

35 minutes in total

servings 6 portions

Calories in a single serving: 155 kcal

Time to prepare: 10 minutes

Time to prepare: 25 minutes


  • In a food processor, combine all ingredients except the chocolate chips and nuts.
  • Stir until everything is well mixed.
  • The chips are collected by me.
  • Fill a 7-inch nonstick pan halfway with the mixture from the food processor (if pan does not have non-stick coating, grease).
  • Sprinkle with more or fewer nuts and bake for 24-27 minutes at 350°C in a preheated oven. Check it with a toothpick to see whether it’s completely done.
  • Allow to cool before turning onto a platter and then onto another plate to stand upright. Serve and have fun!

Information about nutrition

Cookies made with chocolate

Amount per serving

155 calories 117 calories from fat

*Percentage of daily expenses

Thirteen grams of fat is twenty percent of your total body weight.

Saturated fat is 3g/15% of total calories.

Cholesterol: 41 mg/14% Cholesterol: 41 mg/14% Cholesterol: 41 mg/14%

Sodium (150 mg) is 6% of the total sodium in the body.

157 mg4 potassium

Carbohydrates account for 52% of the total.

3g12 percent dietary fiber

4g8 percent protein

165UI3 Vitamin A

Calcium (70 mg/7% calcium)

Iron 1mg6

* Percentages are calculated based on a 2000-calorie diet.



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I started this blog about 4 years ago because of a craving for Chocolate Skillet Cookies. When I first started to make these I had no idea that over the years these would become a signature item on my blog.. Read more about cast iron skillet chocolate chip cookie mix and let us know what you think.

Una is a food website blogger motivated by her love of cooking and her passion for exploring the connection between food and culture. With an enthusiasm for creating recipes that are simple, seasonal, and international, she has been able to connect with people around the world through her website. Una's recipes are inspired by her travels across Mexico, Portugal, India, Thailand, Australia and China. In each of these countries she has experienced local dishes while learning about the culture as well as gaining insight into how food can be used as a bridge between different cultures. Her recipes are often creative combinations of traditional ingredients from various different cuisines blended together to create something new.