Costco Has No-Bake Deep Dish Chocolate Chip Cookies That Couldn’t Be Easier To Make

Alexis Morillo
Photo credit: Instagram/costcoguy4u
Photo credit: Instagram/costcoguy4u

From Delish

Skillet cookies seem to be having a revival during these last few weeks but, really, did they ever leave? While they're pretty simple to make at home with cookie dough and a cast iron. skillet, they're even easier to enjoy when they are products like Costco's deep dish cookies.

They're available for purchase for just $8.59 at Costco in boxes that contain five large and deliciously chunky chocolate cookies. They should be stored in the freezer and then taken out to thaw a bit before reheating.

Unlike when you DIY skillet cookies, these deep dish sweets are already totally cooked so you just have to reheat them before you can eat them. They come in microwave-safe bowls that help them cook thoroughly in the middle, and just need to be zapped for a quick 30 seconds. If they aren't thawed well before heating, you can just put them in for one whole minute.

Once they're heated up, the outside will get a little crispy and the chocolate chunks will get nice and melty on the inside. To really get the most out of it, top your hot cookie off with some vanilla ice cream and eat with a spoon. For people with food allergies, you should note that these cookies are made with egg, milk, soy, and wheat. This is absolutely something that you'll want to have on hand, so make sure you check your Costco freezer aisle next time you're out.

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