Pizzookies are little individual servings filled with warm gooey chocolate cookie and ice cream. We love topping our Pizzookie with chocolate and/or caramel sauce for a knock-your-socks-off dessert that’s fancy enough for company and easy enough for a casual family treat. They can be made with 100% store-bought short cuts, or you can make any part of them with homemade recipes, we’ll provide links for all the options but they are just as delicious either way! Scroll past recipe card for step-by-step photos and some more tips.
Individual servings of warm chocolate chip cookie with ice cream on top.
Preheat oven to 350. Fill desired amount of ramekins (or any sort of individual sized oven safe serving vessels) a little bit more than half way with cookie dough.
Bake for about 12-14 minutes or until golden around the edges but still soft in the middle.
Remove from oven and allow to cool about 5 minutes. Top with a scoop of vanilla ice cream and drizzle with chocolate, or caramel or both!
Why a Pizzookie?
How to Make a Pizzookie
You can absolutely use a tub of store-bought cookie dough or make your own. If you want to only make 2-4 pizzookies, I recommend making this easy dough from our giant cookie since it makes a smaller amount.
When you order a Pizzookie at a restaurant, it often comes in a mini skillet. There are a lot of options, styles and sizes of those available on Amazon. We often bust out the mini cast iron skillet when making one for a special occasion, or if we’re going to share, but most times we love using ramekins because they’re so easy to serve in and you don’t end up with a hot handle you have to watch out for. There is however something fun about eating out of a skillet. So, either way!
Fill with cookie dough
You’ll want to fill up your ramekin, or skillet, a little more than half way with cookie dough.
Top your Pizzookie with Ice Cream!
Here are some recipes you might like to use with your Pizzookies!