“ This "cookie" is more like a slice of pie. Baked in a cast iron skillet, these are nutty, packed with oatmeal, and topped with a decadent butterscotch sauce. Kate, Recipe Hunter ”
- All Purpose Flour
- Baking Soda
- Brown Sugar
- Heavy Cream
- Vanilla Extract
- Vanilla Ice Cream
This is not your average cookie – thick, dense, and huge, a basic blondie batter gets a boost of flavor from the use of nutty brown butter. With the addition of oats in the batter for a chewy bite, they are baked in a well-seasoned cast iron skillet for crispy edges and a tender interior. If you’ve never baked in cast-iron, this is the way to do it because the pans conduct heat evenly leading to a perfectly cooked (or baked) dish. Top it all off with a big scoop of good vanilla ice cream and a heavy-handed drizzle of homemade butterscotch sauce and you’ll have yourself a decadent dessert that no one will be able to resist.
“ I believe that life is better with butter and sugar. Baking is my joy, not just a hobby but a part of who I am. I am almost completely self-taught and I am still learning. My goal is to inspire others to get out of their comfort zone and bake. ”
If you have a sweet tooth, Annalise may become your new best friend. After a short stint in culinary school, her constant quest for learning has led her to become a self-taught baker extraordinaire and, lucky for us, she shares her vast collection of recipes, tips, and techniques on her aptly-named blog, Completely Delicious. From pies and tarts to biscuits, cakes, cookies, and scones, you’ll find recipes for delicious, homemade, and indulgent baked goods to satisfy just about any craving you have. And, her Baking Tools and Baking Essentials are excellent resources to get the novice baker well-equipped and well-informed to create magic in the oven.
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