What's better than a just-baked chocolate chip cookie? A jumbo one, of course. This classic chocolate chip cookie is filled with semisweet chocolate chunks and bakes to an irresistible golden brown. It serves 12 -- or should that say one?
Caramelize your favorite tart-sweet apples to create a golden brown skillet dessert. Tucked under homemade dough, this all-American pastry is best served warm with hearty scoops of ice cream.
For a softer version of the traditionally crispy gingerbread cookie, bake yours via skillet. This cast-iron dessert combines ground cinnamon, cloves, and ginger for delicious spice flavor, while hints of sweet molasses and fresh pinneapple balance out the classic cookie.
Grab leftover blueberries, blackberries, and raspberries and toss them in a skillet for a berry-sweet dish. This dessert crisp's juicy filling is offset with amaretti cookies and almonds for a satisfying crunch. Pair with a few scoops of classic vanilla ice cream to complete the treat.
Pancakes are no longer just for breakfast. This powdered sugar-topped pastry incorporates bananas, apples, and brown sugar -- perfect for a morning treat or midnight snack.
This warm, moist cake is full of pumpkin flavor with a dash of vanilla spice. The skillet creates a firm crust without drying out the cake, resulting in a puffy pumpkin dish. Sprinkle powdered sugar on top -- bonus points if you use a cookie cutter or stencil to make a pumpkin-theme design.
Fresh lemon juice and lemon peel combine for refreshingly tender cake. The olive oil base keeps the cake moist and rich while allowing the lemon zest to shine through. We recommend topping with something citrusy, like blood oranges or nectarines, to enhance the flavor.
Use mini cast-irons to create perfectly portioned brownies -- or just bake one jumbo one (we won't judge). With hot fudge, chocolate pieces, and banana topping, this skillet brownie is comfort food like you've never experienced it. And, yes, it's encouraged to add a few heaping scoops of chocolate ice cream.
This cast-iron cobbler is packed with a delicious combination of cranberries, tart cherries, and plum chunks. Flatten homemade pastry dough over the top of the cobbler, and watch as the top turns golden brown. When the fruity filling bubbles through, you know it's ready to eat.
This upside-down cake is loaded with apples, cranberries, and chopped pecans -- an ideal dessert to whip up for get-togethers with family and friends. The sweet fruit balances against the flaky cornmeal cake, while the skillet keeps the combination soft and warm.
In this dessert quesadilla, fresh pineapple and blackberries find a home on honey-topped tortillas. The browned quesadillas are filled with butter and dulce de leche to ensure each fruit-filled bite is as sweet as the last.
With plump, juicy plums, this cake is an easy-to-make family favorite. A simple cornmeal cake can be adapted to incorporate other fruits you have on hand, but fresh plums are ideal to balance the grated nutmeg. Quickly mix together homemade whipping cream for the perfect topping.