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Cookie Fix Skillet

Saturday, October 3, 2020


Happy Saturday, My Lovelies!

Do you like iron skillet cookies?  They are popular here in the South.  Today I'm sharing Cookie Fix's skillet cookies with you!  Cookie Fix is a cookie store in Homewood, Alabama.  They sell freshy baked cookies and frozen cookie dough to feed your cookie craving anytime!  When our daughter comes home to visit, she always wants to go there.

At the shop, they sell little Lodge iron skillets in two sizes: 5" and 3.5".  The 5" skillet is for sharing and caring, and the 3.5" skillet is for the individual, which is the one I went with not because I don't like to share, but because it's almost the cold and flu season.

Around 2T cookie dough in a 3.5" skillet

You could make your own cookie dough and freeze it in 2T-sized balls and use it whenever.  The Lodge tiny skillets are available from several resources online.

Cookie Fix Skillets

(For the 5" iron skillet)

  • Use 2 dough balls.
  • Bake at 350 degrees for 12-15 minutes, until slightly golden
  • Let cool 5-10 minutes
  • Top with your favorite ice cream and sauce.  

(For the 3.5" skillet)

  • Use 1 dough ball
  • Bake at 350 for 8-10 minutes until slightly golden
  • Continue as directed above for 5" skillet

Cook's Note:  My oven is very slow so it took about 12 minutes, but check after 8 minutes.
Also, the skillets were still extremely hot after cooling for 5 minutes.  Be mindful of little fingers!

Have you ever had skillet cookies?  How do you like them?  The best way is with chocolate ice cream and caramel sauce.  We had them with plain vanilla ice cream and chocolate sprinkles (see top photo).

Until next time...

Ricki Jill


  1. oh these sound dangerous! I've not been to that store, cute idea!

  2. I love shopping Homewood, so many darling little boutiques and specially shops. I haven't been here but I will next time I'm in Homewood. This is probably not a good idea here, just to easy!

  3. That looks divine. I've not made skillet cookies, but the heat from the skillet would be perfect to melt ice cream just enough to make for a decadent treat!

  4. Interesting...........
    Not something I have heard of before


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