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Skillet Oatmeal Cookies for Two

By: Cassie from bakeyourday.net
Skillet Oatmeal Cookies for Two
Skillet Oatmeal Cookies for Two
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This recipe for Skillet Oatmeal Cookies for Two is the perfect solution for a cookie craving. Sometimes you just want one cookie instead of the 3 dozen that result from a typical baking frenzy. Besides, who doesn't love a freshly baked cookie? This easy cookie recipe is also a perfect treat for you and a friend. If you don't feel like sharing, this oatmeal cookie recipe can always be baked in a full-sized cast iron skillet. However, sharing is caring! The best part of these oatmeal cookies is the lightly sweet cinnamon chips. Enjoy these cookies fresh out of the oven with a cold glass of milk!

Yields2 5-inch skillet cookies

Cooking Vessel Size2 5-inch cast iron skillets

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This is an awesome recipe. Finally, I can make one of our favorite cookies without turning on my oven. It is just too hot to turn on the oven.

What a fantastic idea! I love recipes for two, especially for cookies. I try not to eat 3 dozen cookies, but sometimes it just...happens.

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