This millionaire skookie has a secret layer of nutella and dulce de leche under the cookie that would be worth millions if cookies were money.
What is Dulce de Leche?
Dulce de leche is a creamy caramel sauce that’s traditionally made by simmering a pot of milk and sugar, stirring as you go, for seven hours.
Want to know a secret? We don’t really watch the Super Bowl. *GASP* I know, but we do still enjoy yummy food that weekend because we still want to gorge ourselves on deliciousness like the rest of America. Recently we got these bomb diggity Skookie pans from Camp chef and I have to say, I’m totally obsessed. We just took ours to a whole new level. It’s like a millionaire skookie. Think of the million dollar brown butter chocolate chip sea salt cookies we made ages ago but like a lava skookie version.
What is a Skookie Pan?
A Skookie pan is a shallow cast iron skillet, perfect for cookies, personal pizza, fajitas and more.
I love the pans because they are smaller but still plenty big enough for 3-4 people per pan. Some people make huge skookies on pizza pans, but I’m not really down with that. In order for the middle to be cooked well enough you tend to over bake the cookie and we prefer the hot gooey, perfectly golden cookie.
It all starts by spraying a little nonstick spray in the bottom of the pan and then spreading a perfect layer of Nutella all over the bottom followed by a lazy drizzle of dulce de leche (or caramel sauce if you can’t find the good stuff). Now just top with chocolate chip cookie dough and bake away. Pull this baby out and add ice cream (Tillamook or the Costco brand are our favorites) and chocolate fudge sauce and caramel!
- 1 batch chocolate chip cookie dough
- Dulce de leche
- vanilla ice cream
- caramel sauce
- chocolate fudge sauce
- 3 skookie pans
- Heat the oven to 350 degrees
- Spray 3 skookie pans with nonstick cooking spray
- Spread a thin layer of Nutella and then dulce de leche over the bottom of the pans followed by the chocolate chip cookie dough over the top.
- Bake for 13 to 16 minutes, remove from oven and serve with vanilla ice cream, chocolate fudge and caramel sauce
Don't fill the pan over the top with the cookie dough or it will boil over. Only come just to the inside edge of the pan.
Amount Per Serving:Calories: 117 Total Fat: 5g Saturated Fat: 3g Trans Fat: 0g Unsaturated Fat: 2g Cholesterol: 8mg Sodium: 123mg Carbohydrates: 16g Fiber: 1g Sugar: 12g Protein: 2g
It’s the easiest dessert that no one can resist. A moist chocolate cake filled with hot fudge, topped with ice cream and a homemade magic shell topping plus a drizzle of caramel.