This chocolate chip cookie layer cake is a chocolate chip skyscraper. Made from homemade chocolate chip cookie dough, each layer is softly baked and deliciously chewy. Sprinkled with mini chocolate chips and topped with peanut butter chocolate frosting, this indulgent dessert is undoubtedly a spectacular sight.
The chocolate chip cookie sandwich cake shows a tall glass of milk made inside because we are layering and layering chocolate chip cookies. Today's chocolate chip cookie sandwich cake is a higher version of our chocolate chip cookie cake. Using soft chocolate cookies as a starting point, we simply added the recipe and got 5 layers of super thick and chewy cookie cakes. (We tried this recipe with chewy chocolate chip cookies, but it produced very dense layers. This recipe is better than regular biscuits.) You will love this chocolate chip cookie sandwich cake because it is simple, not complicated, and super Chocolate is fun and simple-no confusing steps, hours of preparation or complicated ingredients.
A recipe that the whole family can make and enjoy together. Chocolate Chip Cookie + Cake Chip Cookie Layer Cake Details Texture: This chocolate biscuit layer cake does not taste Like a cake, it is more like a chocolate chip cookie. Each biscuit layer has a clear edge and super soft center. Taste: Each bite combines thick, smooth chocolate chip cookies and peanut butter chocolate frosting. We like to pair with vanilla or coffee flavored ice cream. Easy: For a tall cake, the process is very simple. You make the cookie dough/dough and then divide it into all available pans. After baking the cakes, set them aside to cool while preparing the frosting. Next, you assemble the cake and frosting layer.
Time: This recipe usually takes about 3 hours in total, but it ultimately depends on how many molds you have. We used three 6-inch pans and had to bake biscuits in batches. If you have more molds, it will not take long, or if you have fewer molds, it will take longer. Put a slice of chocolate chip cookie sandwich cake and a scoop of ice cream on a white plate. Choose a chocolate chip cookie frosting layer cake. We pair this cookie cake with peanut butter and chocolate frosting (great!), but here are some other popular ones The choice, if you want to change it: Vanilla Butter Chocolate Butter Peanut Butter Frosting Cream Cheese Frosting Strawberry Butter Homemade Rainbow Slice Frosting Each of these frosting recipes is sufficient for most cake size choices: 6 inches 5 layer cake; one 6 A three-layer cake of 9 inches; a three-layer cake of 9 inches; or a two-layer cake of 9 inches. If you make a 2-layer or 3-layer cake, you will have enough frosting for the filling, top and sides. If you make a 6-inch 5-layer cake (pictured), you will have enough frosting on the filling and top, but not enough frosting on the sides.
It will adopt the style of naked cakes. Press 5 chocolate chip cookie dough balls into the cake pan before baking. Optional pan sizes. We like 6-inch cakes because they don’t look as overwhelming as 9-inch sandwich cakes. You still have a lot of stacking and decoration fun, but there won't be so many cakes. If you don’t have a 6-inch cake pan or a special occasion that requires a mile-high dessert, consider these alternative size options: prepare the recipe as is and bake in three 9-inch cake pans. The layer will be thinner than the picture.
Cut the recipe in half and bake in two 9-inch cake pans. These layers will be very thin. Cut the recipe in half and bake in three 6-inch cake pans. We have included instructions for each size in the recipe instructions below. If you are looking for 6-inch cake pans, we will use them and we like them. FAQ: Can I use this recipe to bake regular chocolate chip cookies? However, you need to cool the cookie dough for at least 2 hours before scooping/shaping and baking. The baking time and yield depend on the size of the biscuits.
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