July 11, 2008

Grilled Cookie


Grilled Cookie

Fire up the grill.
Make up your favorite cookie dough.  

Put a lightly oiled cast iron skillet on the grill to heat up for a few minutes, then pat down the dough.  It'll be patchy at first, but as it heats up the top will smooth out a bit.  Cover the grill and let it go.  It's generally done when the sides are a deep golden brown.  The texture is a bit like a cookie bar with a thick bottom crust.  

So far we've made your general chocolate chip cookie and a peanut butter banana chocolate chip cookie.  Both, obviously, were incredible.


Paulina said...

Wow, what an awesome and incredibly original idea!

Katy said...

I saw this once at a restaurant, but never thought to do it at home. Great idea!

Anonymous said...

What an amazing idea! I'm totally going to try this...maybe I'll do a giant snickerdoodle =]

Zhi Zhi said...

Michelle and Jerry, I am so very glad to know you two. Now I know what I can do for some comfort food while here in Korea with no oven!

Lovliebutterfly said...

Cool idea! That would save me on days I don't want to put the oven on!

Anonymous said...

THAT isw a great idea and a lovely excuse to make some sugar cookies.

Because of the larger size of the cookie I might try adding large chunks of fruit.

Also, thank you for the suggestion on the book. :D

jessy said...

omg, this. is. glorious. GLORIOUS!

Anonymous said...

This looks so good and what a brilliant way to cook the cookie.


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