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Outrageous Deep-Dish S'mores Skillet Cookie

Deep-Dish S'mores Skillet Cookie
Cooke + Pie + S’mores = Irresistible
By Roxana Yawgel

There’s nothing I long more in the warm summer nights than having friends and family over filling my house with joy and laughter. My husband is the barbecue king , but I stick with the oven; I can’t light a fire to save my life. And you know what that means? I can’t even make a little fire to roast a few marshmallows for summer’s favorite treat: s’mores!

If you’re like me—or simply don’t feel like lighting up the fire—I’ve found the solution! An oven-bake s’mores that will blow your mind! With just a handful of ingredients, this chocolate-packed deep-dish cookie is now my favorite summer treat!

Deep-Dish S'mores Skillet Cookie

Start by heating the oven to 350F. Arrange the ¾ of a cup graham cracker crumbs on the bottom of a 9-inch cast iron skillet (or simple oven-safe skillet) and sprinkle about a few tablespoons of chocolate chips over it.

Cookie Dough Over Graham Cracker Crumbs With Chocolate Chips On Top

With your fingers, crumble one of the cookie dough packages over the crumbs and sprinkle about 1/3 a cup of more chocolate chips over it.

Crumble The Second Package Of Cookie Dough And Sprinkle Chocolate chips

Crumble the second package of cookie dough and sprinkle some more chocolate chips. You should still have about 1/4 cup of chocolate chips left. You’ll need those wither to sprinkle over the bake hot cookie or to melt and drizzle over the cookie.

Bake The Cookie For 1 Hour

Bake the cookie for 1 hour in the 350°F oven. Remove the skillet from the oven and sprinkle ¾ a cup of mini marshmallows on top of it and the remaining chocolate chips. Return to the oven, turn the broiler on and continue to bake until the marshmallows are puffed and slightly golden.

Remove the cookie from the oven, leave to cool before digging in. Since the cookie is soft and oozing with chocolate is really hard to slice unless you let it cool for a while. If you don’t mind sharing, skip the slicing and just dig in!

Let It Cool And Dig In


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