Make the dough in advance, then bake this ooey-gooey chocolate chip skillet cookie in your RV oven or on the campfire or grill…
Tired of s’mores? Bust out your cast iron skillet and make this giant, ooey, gooey chocolate chip cookie for all to share.
Similar to a BJ’s pizookie, you can top this cookie with a scoop of ice cream, whipped cream, chocolate sauce, or any topping you desire. Or, eat it as-is (it’s certainly sweet enough on its own).
Pass out spoons around the campfire and dive in!
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Some Quick Tips
You can make the cookie dough at home and refrigerate or freeze it for your camping trip. The dough lasts in the fridge for up to 4 days or in the freezer for 2 months.
We incorporate making the dough in advance into the recipe’s step-by-step instructions, including storage tips.
Once you’re at camp, there are 3 different ways to bake this skillet cookie: RV oven, grill, or campfire. Our recipe instructs you on all three.
Some helpful tips:
- Line your skillet with parchment paper for easier cleanup.
- The recipe calls for a 8-9″ skillet, but you can adjust for different sizes. Whatever size skillet you use, you want the dough to be 1/2″-1″ thick.
- It’s worth splurging on high-quality chocolate chips, like Ghirardelli semi-sweet chocolate chips. You’ll taste the difference!
- If your RV oven burns or cooks unevenly, place a pizza stone inside and use an oven thermometer.
Skillet Chocolate Chip Cookie Recipe
Warning: skillet cookies are typically soft, and sometimes a bit doughy. Raw and lightly cooked eggs can cause food poisoning. The doughier you leave your cookie dough, the greater this risk.
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