chocolate chip cookie skillet in ninja foodi

Easy Chocolate Chip Skillet Cookie in Ninja Foodi


Wondering what Ninja Foodi dessert recipes are like? Me too, so I tried another one of the recipes from the Ninja Foodi booklet.

Unlike the horrible Mac & Cheese recipe ( you can see others agree here) this Chocolate Chip Skillet cookie is yummy. I love to give the real deal on recipes around here.

I also am not a professional photographer, just a country living farm girl sharing recipes in the Ninja foodi.

If you started making this recipe like I did, and thought you could use a regular baking pan, this post is for you. I found a way to avoid buying another pan for the Foodi, and used what I already had.

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ninja foodi cookie skillet recipe

If you are new to the Ninja Foodi check out more below. I especially love using venison in the Foodi.

Here is the ingredient list for Chocolate Chip Skillet Cookie in the Ninja Foodi.

  • 1 cup + 2 tablespoons all-purpose flour
  • 1/2 teaspoon baking soda
  • 1/2 teaspoon kosher salt
  • 1 stick (1/2 cup) unsalted butter, softened, plus more for greasing
  • 6 tablespoons granulated sugar
  • 6 tablespoons packed brown sugar
  • 1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • 1 large egg
  • 1 cup semi-sweet chocolate chips
  • 1/2 cup chopped walnuts, pecans, or almonds, if desired- I used thin sliced almonds.

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If you have been avoiding this recipe because you do not have the right pan to use, here’s what I did.

I used the crisping basket that comes with the Ninja Foodi. I lined it with tin foil.

For a super fun way to spice up your Ninja check out all these adorable Ninja Foodi wraps for it! Yes’ I’m in love.

ninja foodi cookie skillet recipe

It worked perfectly. I have been avoiding this recipe because of not having the right size pan.

I love the other accessories I do have, but didn’t see a need for the pan.

ninja foodi cookie skillet recipe

The family loved this for breakfast I didn’t have a chance to take a picture of a single slice.

As long as you get around the edges with the tin foil you will have a similar looking cookie skillet as the one in the Ninja foodi booklet.

It was good. We’ll be making it again for sure.


ninja foodi cookie skillet recipe

Preheat the unit by selecting BAKE/ROAST, setting the temperature to 325°F, and setting the time to 5 minutes. Select START/STOP to begin.

Then mix up flour, baking soda and salt in a bowl.

In a different bowl beat butter, sugars, and vanilla until creamy. Add egg and beat until smooth and fully mixed together.

Slowly add the dry ingredients to the wet ingredients. Use a rubber spatula to scrape down the sides so all dry ingredients get incorporated. Make sure not to over-mix, or the cookie will become dense when baked.

I avoided using my electric mixer because I didn’t want a dense dry cake.

Fold in nuts and chocolate chips.

Next I lined the air frying basket with tin foil. I sprayed the tin foil with cooking spray.

Added in the mixture and used a rubber spatula to make it as even as possible. Add your pan to the Ninja and close the crisping lid.

ninja foodi cookie skillet recipe

 Select BAKE/ROAST, set temperature to 325°F, and set time to 23 minutes. This is the time recommended by the Ninja Foodi booklet.

I checked ours at 18 minutes and it was done. Any longer and my kids would have said it’s burnt. I used a toothpick in the middle. When it comes out clean its done. Select START/STOP to begin.

When cookie skillet is done allow to cool for 5-8 minutes before slicing. I was able to pull the cookie skillet out by grabbing the sides of the tin foil. I slid it right off the foil and onto a cutting board.

This would be delicious with ice cream. We enjoyed it as it was with a cup of coffee.

ninja foodi cookie skillet recipe

Let me know if you have tried this recipe below and how it turned out? I’m curious if yours cooked as fast as this one.


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