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emilyh Mar 15, 2005 11:13 AM

Anyone have a recipe for a chocolate chip cookie cake? Thinking that I'd want to make one that is round and looks like one big cookie. Thanks!

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    quest Mar 15, 2005 10:22 PM

    What is a cookie cake, a giant cookie? or a chocolate chip cookie flavoured cake?

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    1. re: quest
      n Mar 16, 2005 08:48 PM

      a giant cookie...i sometimes top it with fresh whipped cream and fruit, and cut into wedges...

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      kate Mar 16, 2005 01:40 AM

      You mean like the pizzookie you get at an LA pizza chain (name escapes me). They made it in a pizza pan, and it was basically a giant undercooked cookie, at the stage where the top's getting crusty but it's still got soft spots underneath,and lots of gooey chocolate chips everywhere. My friends and I started going into the chain wherever we saw it, ordering just this, on a spring break two years ago....

      Try googling the term. Here's an EPI recipe swap I found. Alternatively, you could prob use your favourite cookie dough in a pizza pan (make sure it's thick enough) and undercook it a little. Please post back about how this works out!

      Link: http://food4.epicurious.com/HyperNews...

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        LBQT Mar 16, 2005 12:34 PM

        Can't you just make the pan cookie from the tollhouse recipe on the Nestle's bag? I've done that in a rectangular baking pan; don't see why a round pizza pan wouldn't work just as well. (And the restaurant chain that has the pizzookie is B.J.'s)

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        1. re: LBQT
          Funwithfood Mar 17, 2005 04:07 PM

          I love BJ's Pizookie and tried to make one, as they do, in a small cake pan (5" diam). It did not cook through evenly.

          A larger pan (ie; pizza size), and spreading the batter thinner would probably allow it to cook through more evenly.

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          Grace Mar 16, 2005 12:55 PM

          Chocolate chip blondies have a chocolate chip cookie-like flavor and great texture. Make sure to choose a recipe that calls for brown sugar.

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