Peanut Butter Cookie Skillet that is gluten free, made with natural sweetener, no butter, and comes together in less than thirty minutes. Your healthy dessert just got an upgrade.
I had been wanting to make a peanut butter cookie skillet for the longest time because I am absolutely obsessed with any combination that involves both of those. Like obsessed is probably an understatement. Seriously though, what is a better combination than those two?
With all of the moving around location wise recently, I promised all the strong men in my life that I would repay them in food and they all happily obliged. I mean who wouldn’t want to be paid in freshly baked baked goods? Who wouldn’t want to be paid in a cookie skillet?!
So I got to work in the kitchen the night before I had a bunch of people coming over to move my stuff, I made this delicious cookie skillet, wrote down all the ingredients so I could make it again, and then proceeded to eat half before even wrapping it up. Whoops.
I made it again a few days later and added some ice cream on top for some extra deliciousness. It was the icing on the cake, or the ice cream on the cookie.
If you don’t have a skillet, you could probably just use a regular pan but the whole point is that it is made in a skillet. I got mine from Lodge and seriously love it.
I know I’ve talked about it before but I seriously use it for both sweet and savory dishes, its super easy to clean, and it just gives everything a better flavor. I highly suggest getting one if you haven’t already!
Plus, then you can make this peanut butter cookie skillet!
- Preheat oven to 350F and grease skillet (I used coconut oil spray)
- In a large bowl, whisk egg.
- Beat in peanut butter, coconut oil, maple syrup, and vanilla until smooth.
- In a small bowl, stir together almond flour, baking soda, and salt.
- Add dry ingredients to wet and stir till combined.
- Add in chocolate chips.
- Pour into skillet and bake for 16-18 minutes or until done (this will vary depending on skillet size +oven)
You can double the recipe if you want a thicker skillet!! Cooking time will be longer.
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