The working life---the dawn of a new era

Or so it seems to two college graduates. And so it is with trepidation and excitement that we venture into this world, armed with a handful of recipes and an old spatula. Two women from both ends of the world, bonded by years of friendship and a newly discovered passion for cooking and baking. Care to join us?

Friday, August 27, 2010

Chocolate Chunk Deep Dish Coookies

Chocolate chip cookies fresh from the oven are one of my favorite things. I tried a variation by baking the cookie dough in a ramekin. The result -a larger serving of soft, chewy and barely-baked cookie dough in the center. If you like your cookies crunchy this is not the recipe for you. I used a 4" ramekin and filled it halfway with cookie dough, only the top of the 1-inch high cookie was crisp. You could use a wider skillet to bake a flatter cookie if you prefer a crisp cookie.

Click here for the recipe.


  1. What's a ramekin? Heyyy have you ever heard of a pizookie? They have it at a restaurant here called BJ's--it's basically a huge soft cookie with a scoop of ice cream on top... delish!

  2. the ramekin is the white baking dish the cookie dough is in.

    yup i got a pizookie recipe. i had vanilla ice cream at home but i only eat chocolate (and coffee) so i didn't add it anymore hehe.

    where's BJ's? i haven't tried that place. take me there next time i visit? hahaha

  3. yes, game!! BJ's is pretty close to my place.. and they have HUGE portions! kinda like cheesecake factory portions...