This single serve double chocolate chip cookie is just for you! This recipe makes the perfect small batch double chocolate cookies so you’d don’t need to share any cookies with anyone else!
Single Serve Double Chocolate Cookie
And I think we can all agree that double chocolate > single chocolate. It’s math. Duh.
So it comes as no surprise that an indulgent chocolate cookie loaded up with chocolate chips is pretty much the best cookie in the whole world. I don’t know about you, but the moment I know that you a cookie as delicious as this double chocolate one exists, I have a tendency to start craving and needing them immediately.
Which is exactly why I made this super easy small batch double chocolate chip cookie. The perfectly portioned dough comes together in 5 minutes and you don’t need to chill the dough so you can have cookies in no time
What is a single serve double chocolate chip cookie?
Anything is a single serve dessert if you put your mind to it. But this small batch double chocolate cookie recipe makes two perfect, fudgy, double chocolate chip cookies. Because sometimes you want cookies but you don’t want 20 of them laying around. It can be a waste.
Ingredients for this small batch of double chocolate cookies
You’ll need mainly pantry staples to whip up these double chocolate chip cookies, but I always like to put together your shopping list for you to make your life a little easier. You’ll need these 9 ingredients, 1 bowl, and about 20 minutes to make these fudgy chocolate cookies. Here’s your shopping list!
Tips for perfect single serve double chocolate chip cookie
Cookies are one of the more straight forward baked goods to make, but a few tips never hurt anyone. You would certainly get by without these, but if you’re looking to really guarantee PERFECT chocolate cookies every time, make sure you follow these!
Use good chocolate: I know I just gave my whole schpeel on this, but I’ll just repeat it one more time to make sure it really stuck! Your chocolate will truly make or break these double chocolate chip cookies, so get the good stuff!
Don’t over mix the dough: Overmixing your dough will cause it to develop more gluten which can lead to a tough, bready cookie. Only mix the dough until it’s just combined and no streaks of flour remain!
Under bake them slightly: All the best cookies are underbaked and these fudgy chocolate cookies are no exception. You’ll want them to be ever so slightly underbaked when they come out of the oven so that they cool to perfectly gooey centers with chewy edges.