CakeNewbie Posted 6 Jun 2005 , 3:16pm
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Hey guys, just curious if anyone has a recipe for a giant cookie, like the big decorated ones the Mrs. Fields shops sell.
I appreciate it!
-Courtney

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melissablack Posted 6 Jun 2005 , 3:25pm
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Personally, I just use my favorite chocolate chip cookie recipe, and I just have to bake it a few minutes longer for the big cookie. I know if you do an internet search for 'cookie pizza recipes' you should be able to find some recipes though.

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traci Posted 6 Jun 2005 , 3:41pm
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Hello. I love to make cookie cakes and have had many people request them. I use the toll house cookie recipe that is on the bag of chocolate chips. I usually double the recipe because I get orders for big cakes! I have done this recipe in round pans as well as sheet pans and they have come out great. Good luck!
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ntertayneme Posted 6 Jun 2005 , 4:02pm
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I'd think you could use any cookie recipe .. just coat whatever pan you choose to use really well so it will come out of the pan .. don't put it too thick so it will bake w/o any problems .. I think my fav is macadamia nut icon_smile.gif

traci Posted 6 Jun 2005 , 6:16pm
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I coat my pans with wilton cake release and I have never had a problem with it sticking. icon_wink.gif
traci

momof3jotynjake Posted 6 Jun 2005 , 7:55pm
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Hey! after reading this! today is my sons acutal b-day.. i mad his cake for his b-day party on sat.. but for today, i decided to try a cookie cake!! lOL!!
cant wait to se ehow is comes out! its in the oven now!

AgentCakeBaker Posted 6 Jun 2005 , 11:24pm
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Here's my favorite recipe to use for cookie cakes. The cookie cake came out so soft just like Great American Cookie cakes.

http://cookie.allrecipes.com/az/AwardWinningSoftChocolateC.asp

You can cut your recipe size down if needed. Just choose a different serving amount.

cakelady Posted 6 Jul 2005 , 10:16pm
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How do you charge for a cookie cake and do you decorate it like you normally would a cake?

AgentCakeBaker Posted 9 Jul 2005 , 4:12pm
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I've never sold a cookie cake before. Just in case someone wants to buy one from me I priced mine at $20 w/ decorations! I compared the cookie cake prices at Great American cookie.

TexasSugar Posted 17 Oct 2005 , 1:24am

Also, when putting your cookie dough in the pan, don't pess it all the way to the edge. If you leave it away from the edge about a inch, it will fill in while baking, instead of raising up on the sides and making it thicker there. icon_smile.gif

ntertayneme Posted 17 Oct 2005 , 1:29am

Good tip TexasSugar icon_smile.gif

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