Giant Chocolate Chip Cookie

This Giant Chocolate Chip Cookie is super fun to make with your kids. It cuts like pizza and it is much quicker to make.

Giant Chocolate Chip Cookie

OK so this Giant Chocolate Chip Cookie is just superb. I just made it with my son and we love it. As far as taste, it is awesome and most of all, superb… because it is really easy and quick to whip together since it is just a giant cookie and you don’t have to spoon the batter individually.

I baked mine probably for about 27 minutes or so.

There is not much I can say about this recipe but that it is going to be one of our favorite cookie recipes and that we will be repeating this one very soon. We will do other variations with this batter and perhaps add other type of nuts, make the batter double chocolate etc.

If you get to make this Giant Chocolate Chip Cookie let me know how it turned out for you.

Enjoy!

Giant Chocolate Chip CookieGiant Chocolate Chip Cookie

The picture on the left was the cookie right before putting it in the oven. We patted it down with our hands, very easy to do :-)

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Giant chocolate chip cookie

Miryam's original recipe

Yield: 8 servings

Ingredients:

Directions:

Preheat oven to 350 F. Line a pizza pan or pizza stone with unbleached parchment paper

In a mixing  bowl mix sugar, oil and coconut oil.  Add egg, vanilla and mix well (I do this with a rubber spatula or whisk).

Stir in the flour, baking soda, salt, walnuts and chocolate chips and blend well. Shape dough into a bowl and pat down onto the prepared pan until you obtain a giant cookie, just like in the picture. I do this with my hands.

Bake cookies for 22-26 minutes. Cut into wedges 2-4 minutes after getting out of the oven, it is easier this way.

Nutrition facts calculated based on the recipe giving 8 servings.


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6 comments

  1. Oooh, homemade sprinkles! That will come in handy for me. I don’t think they have colored sprinkles here.

    How do these compare to your other chocolate donuts? I loved the other ones! And I agree about mini donut pans being a pain. I’m just too impatient and messy to fill all of those tiny things.

    I love the messy faces. :)

  2. Texanerin,

    The recipe for the donuts is the same I made a while back :-) although I will be making some fry versions soon. Will see how they turn out….

    Regards

  3. hai love ur blog,if ur cook book is available in india i will be the first one to buy it,i tried this donut i loved it and i have posted the result of ur recipe in my blog plz visit and leave ur precious comments
    http://bondedbyfood.blogspot.in/2012/07/wholewheat-chocolate-donuts-with.html

  4. Eat Good 4 Life » Triple chocolate donuts with home made sprinkles

  5. This recipe made much more than it said. I followed the recipe perfectly and it still made 12 donuts, and 8 cupcakes. I don’t know what happened there …

    • Holly smokes, that many? I know when I make mine I fill the donut holes quite a lot so my donuts are nice and big, that could probably make a big difference. I did use a large donut pan however, the standard that is, but an extra 8 cupcakes? I really don’t know. I might have to make this recipe again to really see :-) Thanks for letting me know.

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