Tuesday, May 12, 2020

Pan Cookies made on the stove

pan cookies made on the stove
I have seen many variations of baking pan cookies that starts off on the stove but is baked. However, this recipe from Nadiya's Netflix show is completely done on the Stovetop. We have made this recipe a few times and love it. These cookies also known as skillet cookies or Pizookie are prepared and cooked on the stove  in low heat for 20 minutes.

150g unsalted butter
160g brown sugar
1 egg
225g plain flour
1/2 tsp baking soda
1/2 tsp salt
chocolate chip or sugar coated chocolate
ice cream to serve
pan cookies made on the stove
I used a medium size, 9.5 inch non-stick thick bottom frying pan.

Place the frying pan on a low to medium heat. Add the butter and sugar and stir until it has dissolved. Take the pan off the heat and let it cool for a few minutes.

In a small bowl lightly beat the egg using a fork. Mix the flour, baking soda and salt to the mixture in the frying pan followed by the lightly whisked egg. Using a spatula stir until you have a smooth cookie dough.
pan cookies made on the stove
Press the cookie dough down and sprinkle the chocolate chips. Cook it on very low heat for 15 to 20 minutes. Don't be attempted to increase the heat, if in case you feel the bottom is crisping fast, put a lid on the pan for 5 minutes.

Once it is cooked let the cookie set for about 15 minutes before cutting, it will harden a little. Serve the cookie slices warm or hot with ice cream.

You can store it in an air tight container and warm the cookie slightly about 15 seconds in the microwave before serving it with ice cream. 
pan cookies made on the stove
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51 comments:

  1. Cool! Would have never thought of making cookies on a stove. I can't wait to give it a try!

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  2. This looks quick and easy and so yummy.
    Donna L.
    naloe@hotmail dot com

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  3. I haven't made pan cookies since I was a kid helping my mom make them! I should teach my kids to make them!

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  4. This looks really yummy! We've been baking a lot lately and can always use new recipes to try out!

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  5. These look so delicious! I will have to try this recipe.

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  6. Looks delicious! I've never made a stovetop cookie before.

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  7. These look so delicious and I like the idea of cooking them on the stovetop.

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  8. They look delicious:). You have a great blog!

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  9. A friend made a skillet cookie for a dinner party I attended. It was delicious!

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  10. I've never made a stovetop cookie before. Looks yummy!

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  11. This treat looks so delicious!

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  12. Yum these look amazing and so easy to make

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  13. Every time I see this picture it reminds me I need to get some ice cream so I could enjoy this pan cookie the way you have it pictured.

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  14. These look so delicious!
    Donna L.
    naloe@hotmail dot com

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  15. Oooh! I have not tried to make a stovetop cookie before - how cool is this?!

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  16. I've got all the ingredients except the ice cream. I might make it anyway!

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  17. I've never made pan or skillet cookies but they look easy to make.

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  18. Looks good and easy to make.
    Donna L.
    naloe@hotmail dot com

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  19. This would be so quick to make for a nice dessert.

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  20. This looks delicious and I love that its made on the stovetop

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  21. Thanks for the recipe. It looks delicious!

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  22. I am going to have to see if I can find Nadiya's Netflix show. I love watching cooking shows but never think to look for them on Netflix.

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  23. This looks so yummy.
    Donna L.
    naloe@hotmail dot com

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  24. This looks like a tasty treat

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  25. Thanks for including details in the recipe, such as what to do if it seems to be crisping too fast, and how to reheat.

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  26. That looks really good right about now! ;-)

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  27. Looks like such a tasty sweet treat!

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  28. I like the amount this recipe makes so we could rewarm it and enjoy it for a few days.

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  29. I could eat the whole batch!
    Donna L.
    naloe@hotmail dot com

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  30. I would like to try this for a birthday treat for my daughter.

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  31. This looks both easy and delicious - looking forward to trying it.

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  32. Honestly I've never made a dessert in a pan before! Looks pretty great!

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  33. These looks yummy and easy to make.

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  34. I think this recipe would be good substituting white chocolate chips for the chocolate chips just for a bit of a change.

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  35. These look so easy to make. I'll have to try them.
    Donna L.
    naloe@hotmail dot com

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  36. Im going to add chocolate chips to my next weeks shopping list and try these out!

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  37. This treats looks so mouth watering!

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  38. Every time I see this post, I get a craving for ice cream! This cookie and ice cream looks delicious.

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  39. The ice cream topping is a nice idea as well.

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  40. I've never thought to cook cookies in a pan. It looks so easy and delicious!

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  41. I would love to make this and add a few Skor bits for a crunchy caramel addition.

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  42. Yum, this looks so good! I think I'll try making this with my daughters tomorrow - they'd love it!!

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  43. These look so delicious.
    Donna L.
    naloe@hotmail dot com

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  44. I've never heard of pan cookies, but this could be my next project.

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  45. Making and cooking cookies in a frying pan is new to me but this looks delicious.

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  46. This is an interesting way to make cookies

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