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Chocolate Chip Caramilk Skillet Cookie

 Chocolate Chip Caramilk Skillet Cookie

 Chocolate Chip Caramilk Skillet Cookie

With Easter over with, this time my heart and my tummy are very full. There is nothing I love more than to attend church and come home and cook a feast for my family. In prepartion for Easter dinner and Dessert I decided to make a  Chocolate Chip Caramilk Skillet Cookie. I do not know what took me so long to make one of these, it was the greatest treat I have made in a long time.

We have all had cookies and milk during childhood, it was one of those treats that many of us looked forward to growing up before we went to bed. Dressed in our PJs huddled around the table we would sit down for our last few minutes to enjoy the only sweet treat we were allowed to have before bed. Now that I have kids of my own I love making these types of nostalgic treats for them as well. Nothing warms my heart more than to see them digging into a snack that I also enjoyed at their tender ages.

Now that times have passed there are so many ways to bake, this time around I decided to make a Chocolate Chip Caramilk Skillet Cookie and inside I also added pieces of gooey Caramilk eggs that I have been meaning to bake with for quite sometime.

Chocolate Chip Caramilk Skillet Cookie

Being that it was the first time doing this I was not sure how the kids would enjoy it since I had control over how much I served rather than them sneaking into the cookie jar to help themselves. I actually think I would much prefer serving them a slice to my liking rather than them helping themselves to the whole jar of cookies. My intention was to serve this with a scoop of ice cream but since I did not have any and the store was closed for the holiday we did without. However next time I definitely have to try it with. Now I could not let you go without sharing my recipe! I hope you enjoy it as much as my family has. They are already bugging me to make another and its only been 3 days since I made it.

What are some Nostalgic dessert that you ate growing up, do you make them for your family now. Let me know in the comments below.

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