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Single Serving Deep Dish Chocolate Chip Cookie

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The perfect single serving deep dish chocolate chip cookie around!

Why is a Single Serving Deep Dish Chocolate Chip Cookie perfect for me?

Ever since having Grace, I’ve noticed an increase in my chocolate intake.  I was never a chocolate lover…but now? I can snack on that stuff all day long. 

Soon after she was born, I started making loads of chocolate chip cookies: specifically Joanna Gaines’ chocolate chip cookies from her Magnolia cookbook.  Oh gosh you guys, so good.  SO GOOD. 

The problem was, I was eating them all myself.  No bueno, I know. 

So, I decided to come up with a single serving version of the cookie.  It is just as indulgent as the originals I was eating by the handful, but I can only eat just one. 

Ahh, That is the miracle of a Single Serving Deep Dish Chocolate Chip Cookie…haha

I made this recipe, coincidentally, on National Chocolate Chip Cookie Day.  Speaking of those national holidays…who decides when they happen? And why are there so many?

Anyways, they’re fun and I kinda like them so it’s alright… Gives me an excuse to bake new things in order to “celebrate” 😉

The perfect single serving deep dish chocolate chip cookie around!

Tips and Tricks for the Perfect Cookie for One…

Anyway, this cookie really is simple to make.  I don’t even mess with a bowl, I just grease the ramekin and do all the mixing in there. 

However, if you want the cookie to pop out of the ramekin, grease it and set it aside.  Prep the batter in another bowl and then pour into the ramekin. 

I’m too lazy for that though.  Just mix in the ramekin, bake and eat right out of it!  It feels warm and cozy that way 😉

Oh, wait. There’s only ONE reason that would make me stir things in a separate bowl and then pour in the ramekin…

That would be for a sugary crust! All I do is grease my ramekin with softened butter and then add some white sugar to the ramekin. Twist and turn it all over to coat the butter with the sugar and discard the excess.

This sticks to the cookie and creates the perfect crunchy, sugary crust. It won’t pop out of the ramekin so if that’s what you’re looking for, don’t do this.

But if you don’t mind eating straight out of the cup (I mean why would you? There’s nothing cozier!), prep this sugar crust and thank me later!

You can easily double this recipe if you want to make one bigger cookie to share!  We’ve done that a few times around here 😉

If you’re in need of some ramekins, check out this set. I loooove the pretty honeycomb design! And you can use them for so many other purposes (hello creme brulee!).

Variations and Add-ins:

You could also “bake” this cookie in the microwave! Put it in for about 2 minutes in a microwave save bowl or mug. Check if it’s cooked through as you like it. If you prefer a gooey center, 2 minutes is probably good!

Simply keep adding 30 second intervals until it reaches your favorite cookie texture! This results in more of a cookie / cake texture, but it’s faster than using the oven and totally delicious!

Another option is to use your toaster oven! Set it to 300 and bake for 20 minutes. If it’s not cooked through, raise it up to 350 and add another 5-7 minutes. Turns out amazing!

For add-ins, be creative! You could do:

  • M&Ms
  • white chocolate chips
  • shredded coconut
  • mini marshmallows in the batter
  • toasted marshmallows on top (after it’s fully baked, add marshmallows on top and place in the oven on broil until toasty!)

The list goes on and on! If you have a good idea, drop it below!

If you make this cookie, be sure to tag me on Instagram or use the hashtag #toeatdrinkandbemarried.  I’d love to see your creation and share your cookie on my page!

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The perfect single serving deep dish chocolate chip cookie around!

Single Serving Deep Dish Chocolate Chip Cookie


  • Author: Sophia Inza
  • Prep Time: 5
  • Cook Time: 15
  • Total Time: 20

Description

One heaping cup of cookie!


Scale

Ingredients

  • 2 tablespoons unsalted butter, melted
  • 2 tablespoons brown sugar
  • 1 tablespoon granulated sugar
  • 1 large egg yolk
  • 1/8 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • 1/3 cup all-purpose flour
  • 1/8 teaspoon baking soda
  • pinch of salt
  • 3 tablespoons Ghirardelli chocolate chips

Instructions

  1. Preheat the oven to 350F.  Grease a 8oz ramekin and set aside.
  2. Mix butter and both sugars in a small bowl.  Add in vanilla and egg yolk, stirring until combined.
  3. Add in flour, baking soda and salt.  Stir and mix in chocolate chips.  Transfer to ramekin and top with more chocolate chips if you’d like!
  4. Bake for 15-20 minutes or until golden brown.  Top with a scoop of ice cream and enjoy!

  • Category: dessert

Keywords: dessert, cookies, single serving

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14 thoughts on “Single Serving Deep Dish Chocolate Chip Cookie

  1. I love this idea! Sometimes all you want is just one cookie and this would be the perfect late night treat. YUMMY!!

  2. Who doesn’t love chocolate chip cookies? Now that the kids have all moved out, I don’t bake nearly as much as I used to. I love that this makes a single serving instead of three dozen individual cookies!

  3. This looks so, so good! It’s perfect for me: my hubs isn’t a big dessert eater, but I am! A great way for me NOT to overdo it!

  4. OMG this looks amazing! I have to try it because I have the same problem: if I make cookies I can eat them all myself! This is the perfect solution! Thank you so much for sharing!

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