Deep Dish Chocolate Chip Cookies

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These Deep Dish Chocolate Chip Cookies will satisfy the most intense sweet tooth! They are made with just a handful of ingredients and are ready in just 15 minutes.

A stack of Deep Dish Chocolate Chip Cookies.

Quick & Easy Chocolate Chip Cookies

This dessert will not only be one of the easiest cookie recipes you will ever make, but they taste absolutely delicious. This is a cookie recipe that you will want every week and is so addicting. The soft and chewy cookie is packed with ooey gooey chocolatey goodness. I love serving these cookies with some homemade ice cream.

These Cookies have crispy edges, but soft and chocolatey on the inside. We have so many versions of chocolate chip cookies you will love including our Best Chocolate Chip Cookies, Thick Chocolate Chip Cookies and Chocolate Chip Cookie Bars to just name a few.

Key Ingredients You’ll Need

  • Sugar: You will use brown sugar to make the recipe very rich and granulated sugar for sweetness.
  • Flour: You will need all-purpose flour along with baking soda to allow the cookies to rise in the oven.
  • Chocolate: You will need chocolate chips, chocolate syrup, and a Hershey chocolate bar.

How To Make Deep Dish Chocolate Chip Cookies

  • Prepare the dough. Set the oven to 35 degrees. In a large bowl, combine the butter and brown sugar until light and fluffy. Add in the egg, then the baking soda and vanilla. Mix to combine before adding the flour and salt.
  • Add in the chocolate ingredients. Put in the chocolate chips and chocolate syrup and fold to combine. Place the dough into a deep dish cookie pan and place one square bar of chocolate in the middle. Cover with more dough and repeat until all the cookies are made.
  • Bake the cookies. Place the pan into the oven for 12-15 minutes or until lightly browned on top. Allow them to cool thoroughly before serving. Enjoy!
Deep Dish Chocolate Chip Cookies broken in half.

Variations For Deep Dish Chocolate Chip Cookies

You can use some of the options below to add to your cookies or toppings!

  • Chocolate or caramel sauce
  • Nuts; almonds, pecans, peanuts, walnuts, etc.
  • Crushed Oreos of any flavor
  • Sprinkles for a pop of color
Deep Dish Chocolate Chip Cookies on a yellow and white cloth.

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5 from 2 votes

Deep Dish Chocolate Chip Cookies

These Deep Dish Chocolate Chip Cookies will satisfy the most intense sweet tooth! They are made with just a few ingredients and are ready in just 15 minutes.
Servings: 12 cookies
Prep: 10 minutes
Cook: 15 minutes
Total: 25 minutes

Ingredients
  

Instructions

  • Now that you have all the necessary ingredients, it’s time to begin creating your deep-dish cookies! Start by preheating your oven to 350°F. Then cream together the butter, sugar and brown sugar until a light and fluffy texture is achieved. Beat in the egg, followed by the baking soda and vanilla extract. Once those ingredients are incorporated into the mix, add in the flour and salt until everything is evenly combined.
  • Now it’s time to stir in the chocolate chips—feel free to adjust the amount depending on how chocolaty you want your cookies! Then, add the chocolate syrup to the cookie dough and give it a good stir before scooping.
  • Scoop the cookie into a deep dish cookie pan and place one square of Hershey’s chocolate in the center, cover with more cookie dough, and repeat until all the slots in the cookie pan are full. Bake the cookies for about 12-15 minutes or until golden brown on top before letting them cool completely before serving. Enjoy!

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Nutrition

Serving: 12g | Calories: 369kcal | Carbohydrates: 53g | Protein: 4g | Fat: 13g | Saturated Fat: 9g | Polyunsaturated Fat: 0.5g | Monounsaturated Fat: 1g | Trans Fat: 0.4g | Cholesterol: 37mg | Sodium: 236mg | Potassium: 84mg | Fiber: 2g | Sugar: 38g | Vitamin A: 307IU | Vitamin C: 0.2mg | Calcium: 44mg | Iron: 2mg

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12 comments on “Deep Dish Chocolate Chip Cookies”

    1. Hi Julie. I’ve never tried that but don’t see why it wouldn’t work. I think I would put enough dough to cover the bottom third of the ring.

  1. 5 stars
    Delicious cookie although I toned down the chocolate a bit to 3/4 cup of mini chocolate chips & 1/4 cup chocolate syrup. I used a tablespoon size scoop and put a 1/2 Hershey square in between two scoops. This was enough chocolate for our taste. I will definitely be making these cookies again.

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    Judith Werner

    5 stars
    This is the best chocolate chip cookie recipe I have ever used. Thanks for sharing. Love your website.

  3. Also didn’t know about a deep dish cookie pan but will definitely look for one. I like a thicker soft cookie so I always go for cake mix cookies, until then could these be made in a different pan like a 9×9 ?

    1. Hi Denise. Sure, you could try the 9×9. Just keep an eye on the baking time and adjust as needed. The corner pieces will be wonderful!

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    Bunny Redenbaugh

    I guess I have never heard of a deep dish cookie pan. Can you please tell me what it is? Can they be made on a regular cookie sheet? The cookies look good but if I am making cookies, I would like to make more than 12 at a time. Can the recipe be doubled?

    1. Hi Bunny. The pans give you a thicker cookie and keep them from spreading out. You could make these on a regular cookie sheet and the yield would probably double. Yes, you can also double the recipe. Hope this helps.

    1. Lynna, you could make these on a regular cookie pan. Use less dough per cookie and they just won’t be as thick.