The deep-dish cookie bowls are another dimension of cookies. It is a form of chocolate chip cookie, which does get better than the creamy chocolate chip cookie itself. Deep-dish cookie is served in a bowl, and it as if you are eating the main dish in a bowl. It is a version of the pie-pan cookie. Ramekins are good enough and can serve as the bowl. A perfect reminder is that this freshly baked chocolate chip cookie must be top with a scoop of ice-cream. Instead of the ramekin, you can also make use of a cooking sheet.
The only difference is just that the dish is buttery, melty chocolate-filled, and crisped cookies serve, of course, in a bowl. Imagine the feeling you’ll get taking it as a dessert while catching up with your favorite TV shows on your accommodating couch. It makes activities on the sofa an enjoyable event. The feeling is just wow.! The spoon does wonder
If you are too familiar with the cookies, now is the time to try the cozy deep dish cookie with it crumbles doing wonders in your mouth. The facts about the deep dish chocolate cookies are that: they are effortless to make and served in a bowl, melted chocolate is in it, they are tacky and underbaked, and lastly, the edges are crispy. Dish-typed cookies don’t get better than this.
The recipe, as specified, is to make two deep-dish cookies in ramekins/bowls. So it’s okay for a couple of people as it is a delightful and delicious treat. Kids never get tired of the deep dish cookie in a bowl. Each person should have a separate bowl, or else the deep dish cookies might cause a deep food fight.
The preparation time is 5 minutes, and the cooking time is 25 minutes; it cools for 10 minutes. The recipe takes a total time of 40 minutes.
So, I will take you through how I make the delicious and irresistible deep dish cookies in bowls. Starting from the ingredients, you will need melted butter, brown and granulated sugar, egg yolk (one is okay for two small bowls), vanilla extract, flour, salt, baking soda, and chocolate chips.
Preheat the oven to around 325ᵒF. Mix in a medium bowl melted butter with brown sugar and the granulated sugar. Add in the egg yolk and a touch of vanilla extract and whisk or mix it well.
Stir in flour, salt, and baking soda. Then stir into it the chocolate chips. Make sure they mix well.
Since we’ll be making two bowls, divide the content between two ramekins (it works better than the bowl) and press it gently into the two to fill the bottom.
Bake for 15-25 minutes. As we are anticipating the deep dish cookie to come out underbaked, we baked it for just 18 minutes. If you’ll like it to come out fully baked, bake it for 25 minutes. Allow it to cool for 10 minutes so that it is firm. Don’t forget the scoop of the ice cream.
There we have our easy, yummy, and delightful dessert. Eat it, preferably when it is cold or warm.
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