Tuesday, July 10, 2012

Single Serve Deep Dish Chocolate Chip Cookie

This is officially the BEST and WORST idea possible.
Best- *Pending you keep a generally stocked pantry, you can make, "bake" and be prepared to eat a  fresh, warm cookie in less than 3 minutes.
 * The resulting consistency is so gooey and chocolatey, like warm, half baked cookie dough.
* You can make just one serving and get your craving over with without having to be tempted to eat an entire batch of cookies.

Worst- *Pending you keep a generally stocked pantry, you can make, "bake" and be prepared to eat a fresh, warm cookie in less than 3 minutes.
*Why not make it every day, multiple times a day and maybe even in the middle of the night?
*It's so good you might just end up making it so often that had you just made an entire batch, you might have consumed less or at least felt guilty about it.

Single Serve Deep Dish Chocolate Chip Cookie
1 small ramekin (recipe can also be doubled for two..people that is, not two cookies for one mouth!)
1 1/2 tsp ener-g egg replacer
2 tbl water
1 tbl earth balance vegan butter, melted
1/8 tsp vanilla
1/4 cup all-purpose flour
1 tbl organic cane sugar
1 tbl organic light brown sugar
tiny pinch of baking soda
pinch of salt
2 tbl chocolate chips

Combine the egg replacer and water in a small blender (or whisk) until frothy and thick. Pour in a small bowl and add the melted butter and vanilla. Stir in the flour, sugars, baking soda and salt. Add the chocolate chips and stir to combine.
Pour into a small ramekin or microwave safe bowl/mug/cup.
Microwave for 1 minute or until the top looks baked.

*I also made this as a double batch and with both in the microwave, 90 seconds was perfect.


  1. can this be composed with ground flax seed instead of ener-g? also, would you mind if I posted this on my tumblr (with a link back of course!)?

    1. sorry for the late reply! Yes a flax egg works as well and feel free to post anything you'd like with a link.

  2. I made this and used the flax egg also. It was yummy! It took a few mins to cook in the microwave. Most chocolate chips are not dairy-free but I had some dark chocolate candy bars from Trader Joe's. I broke a candy bar into small pieces. Delish!

    I'm wondering how this would work it I baked it in the oven? The texture is almost gummy when baking in the microwave.

    1. I don't believe it would. There would not be enough heat fast enough. When I make these, they are more unbaked than baked. That's when you get the tummy taste.


Note: Only a member of this blog may post a comment.