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Molten Deep Dish Chocolate Chip Cookies

 

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Recipe

Molten Deep Dish Chocolate Chip Cookies

These are awesome!! I based this recipe on my girlfriend Yael Eisenberg’s famous cookies. I make this version in 4-ounce disposable aluminum muffin tins. The cookies come out of them very easily. However, each time I go to buy them, the sizes are different from store-to-store. This means they will vary in volume, but you really can’t ruin this dish — just watch baking times. Smaller tins will bake faster and you want these a bit underdone. Larger tins can be used for a 2-person portion; just use more dough and bake slightly longer. If you prepare the molten cookies in 4-inch ceramic ramekins, the cookies will be harder to remove but just as yummy, so just serve right in the ramekin. You can even top them off with some ice cream. Just warn your friends that the ramekin will be warm to the touch. You can make the dough in advance and keep in the fridge so that you can enjoy this treat at a moment’s notice! If serving for Friday night, bake right before Shabbos and keep warm on a blech or warming tray.

Times

  • Ready Time : 0 min

Servings

10-12

Ingredients

  • 2 1/4 cups All-purpose flour
  • 1 teaspoon Baking soda
  • 1 teaspoon fine sea salt
  • 1 cup (2 sticks) butter or margarine, at room temperature for 15 minutes
  • 3/4 cup Sugar
  • 3/4 cup light brown sugar
  • 1 teaspoon pure vanilla extract
  • 2 large eggs
  • 1 (12-ounce) bag best-quality chocolate chips (2 cups)
  • high heat or professional cooking spray
  • 1 (4-ounce) good-quality semisweet chocolate bar (I like Schmerling Noblesseuae for parve), broken into pieces on the score marks

Directions

Preparation

1 Preheat oven to 350°F.
2 In a medium bowl, whisk the flour, baking soda, and salt. Set aside.
3 In the bowl of a stand mixer, at medium-low speed, mix the butter or margarine with the sugar and brown sugar. Raise the speed to medium-high and mix until creamy, light, and fluffy. Turn the speed down a little. Add the vanilla and eggs. Mix to incorporate.
4 Add half the flour mixture. Mix. Add the remaining flour mixture and mix until just combined. Mix in the chocolate chips.
5 Spray the aluminum tins with nonstick cooking spray.
6 Fill each muffin cup or ramekin a quarter of the way with a large, ping-pong-ball-size ball of cookie dough. Flatten slightly to cover the bottom. Stack 2 chocolate squares in the center. Cover with a second walnut-sized ball of cookie dough, flattening it to completely cover the chocolate.
7 Place onto a cookie sheet and bake until tops are golden brown. Do not overbake or the end result will be doughy, not gooey. The baking time will vary from 20–25 minutes depending on the size of the tin or ramekin and the amount of dough you needed to fill it.
8 You are looking for the tops to be golden and not wet-looking. If using aluminum tins, turn each cookie out onto a plate. Serve warm.

Special instructions

These are awesome!! I based this recipe on my girlfriend Yael Eisenberg’s famous cookies. I make this version in 4-ounce disposable aluminum muffin tins. The cookies come out of them very easily. However, each time I go to buy them, the sizes are different from store-to-store. This means they will vary in volume, but you really can’t ruin this dish — just watch baking times. Smaller tins will bake faster and you want these a bit underdone. Larger tins can be used for a 2-person portion; just use more dough and bake slightly longer. If you prepare the molten cookies in 4-inch ceramic ramekins, the cookies will be harder to remove but just as yummy, so just serve right in the ramekin. You can even top them off with some ice cream. Just warn your friends that the ramekin will be warm to the touch.
You can make the dough in advance and keep in the fridge so that you can enjoy this treat at a moment’s notice! If serving for Friday night, bake right before Shabbos and keep warm on a blech or warming tray.

Source:

Kosher by Design for Teens and 20-Somethings

About Susie Fishbein

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Susie Fishbein is an everyday cook who loves to share her passion for cooking and entertaining with friends and family. Her enthusiasm for food and entertaining led to the creation of her best-selling cookbook series, Kosher by Design. Susie is a wife, mother of four children, and mother of 7 cookbooks.

 

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5 Responses to Molten Deep Dish Chocolate Chip Cookies

  1. avatar says: TRapp

    Is a serving 1 cookie?

  2. Serving size is one cookie, but it is quite large — definitely dessert size for one person. My only complaint was that the cookie was not as soft as I was expecting…

  3. A serving is 1 cookie but it is the equivalent amount of dough for 4 cookies. You will get 10 of these deep dishe moltens out of 1 batch of the recipe. If the recipe was not as soft as you wanted, check your oven temperature, make sure it is accurate an youc an cut the cooking time by a few minutes. Also, make sure you are using light brown sugar, dark brown will make a firmer cookie.

  4. If you really want something else in terms of dessert, why not have a spoon of ice-cream with your fruit?

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