You know me, I like to indulge… but not too much. Let’s not go crazy here. However, in baking this giant skillet cookie, in my fancy new iron skillet, I may well have gone sliiiiightly crazy. Y’see, I’m currently on a super-restrictive nutrition plan, so things that normal people eat like bread, rice, pasta… basically any carbs, ever, are off the table. Completely. But this Tuesday was my RE-FEED DAY – I had 24 hours to lose my mind in food, and I did not intend to waste that opportunity. And so, gripped by a maniacal fever to eat all the things, I baked and almost immediately devoured this skillet cookie in one sitting. Along with some homemade ginger ice cream (sugar-free, obvs – and recipe to come!). Insert embarrassed-face emoji. I almost died of food.
But I survived! And here I am to pass on my skillet-cookie knowledge to you, my friend. Use it wisely, and hey: maybe don’t try to eat it all at once. I know it’s delicious but… trust me on this. So are ya ready? Then LET’S SKILLET.
And look – I even made a handy video to show just how easy it is!
And you’re all done – one of the easiest recipes EVAR. Now remember what I said: don’t eat it all at-WAIT WHAT ARE YOU DOING IT’S TOO MUCH COOKIE FOR ONE PERSON NOOOOOO
Lawrie is a web developer and semi-reluctant fitness enthusiast who wants to have his cake and eat it too. When not baking cakes (or websites), he is endeavouring to find the holy grail: a perfect sweetener for his tea. Follow @indextwo for selfies and bakesies.
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