Goblin Skillet Cookie is a giant, warm chocolate chip cookie filled with Ghoul Mix M&M's. It's fun, yummy, and a favorite treat for kids of all ages!
Why You'll Love This Recipe
- a fun way to celebrate Halloween
- full of chocolate from top to bottom
- a great way to make memories with your whole family!
This delicious goblin cookie includes oats, all purpose flour, salt, baking soda, brown sugar, white sugar, butter, vanilla, large eggs, chocolate chips, pecans, Ghoul's Mix M&M's™, and candy eyeballs.
See recipe card for quantities.
How to Make a Goblin Skillet Cookie
Goblin Skillet Cookie is a fun recipe that includes Ghoul's Mix M&M's (ad), candy eyeballs, and old fashioned oats added for good measure. It's easy to make because you just throw a bunch of goodies in a cast iron skillet (ad) and watch them create a masterpiece!
The results turn out to be a yummy Halloween skillet cookie. There are even M&M's that drip down the ice cream to look like a scary goblin!
Decorating the Cookie
Gather the kids around when you make a Goblin Cookie, 'cause they'll want to be part of the action! They can help with every step, especially when it's time to decorate the cookie with candy eyeballs.
After the cookie cools, garnish it with big scoops of vanilla ice cream and make it look like a funny goblin. Ooooooooooooh!
Have fun on Halloween...and be sure to share this monster cookie with your goblins, monsters and ghouls!
Sure! You can try using another color of M&M's, or change the recipe completely and use another type of candy like Reeses Cups™ or Reeses Pieces™.
This cookie turns out to be soft and gooey, so if you like a crisper cookie, be sure to bake it at least 15 more minutes until it's not as soft in the middle.
Feel free to substitute a 13 x 9 inch baking dish for a cast iron skillet. However, you will also need to watch the baking time because food cooked in a skillet bakes faster.
More Holiday Desserts
- Halloween Ice Cream Cups
- Pumpkin Spice Coconut Bark
- Santa's Chocolate Chip Cookies
- Chocolate Covered Cherry Bark
- Red, White & Blue Pie
Goblin Skillet Cookie
*See notes in blog post for detailed tips, photos and instructions.
- 2 cups all purpose flour
- 1 cup old fashioned oats
- 1 tsp. salt
- 1 tsp. baking soda
- 2 sticks butter softened
- ½ cup brown sugar
- ½ cup white sugar
- 1 tsp. vanilla
- 2 eggs
- 1 cup semi-sweet chocolate chips
- 1 cup pecans or peanuts your choice
- 1 cup M&M's for cookie dough I use Ghoul's Mix (ad)
- ¼ cup M&M's for topping
- 1 pkg. candy eyeballs (ad)
- 2 scoops vanilla ice cream
- Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
- Mix flour, oats, salt and baking soda in a large bowl. Set aside.
- In a mixer, add butter, brown sugar, white sugar and vanilla. Beat until creamy.
- Gradually add eggs to the creamy mixture.
- Gradually add flour mixture and mix until well blended.
- Stir in chocolate chips, pecans and M&M's.
- Spray a 12" cast iron skillet (ad) with baking spray.
- Spread cookie dough into skillet.
- Decorate top of cookie dough with candy eyeballs (ad) and additional M&M's.
- Bake at 350 degrees for 30 to 35 minutes until golden brown, but not too hard.
- Allow cookie to cool for 15 minutes, then garnish with 2 scoops of ice cream. Decorate to look like goblins!
Nutrition info is an auto generated estimate.
The Story Behind This Recipe
My mom loved to celebrate birthdays by throwing a big party. When I was growing up, she hosted the most elaborate events you can imagine. Halloween was one of her favorite holidays. She would have loved making a Goblin Skillet Cookie.
Which reminds me of my 16th birthday...
On one of the biggest days of my young life, my artistic mother thought it would be a fun idea to invite friends over to paint my pink bedroom an obnoxious shade of orange. While I was out shopping, she sneaked friends into my room, provided huge brushes with paint, and encouraged them to "be as creative as you like."
Keep in mind my friends were 16 years old when they participated in this act of treason....so you can probably guess what the room looked like when I got home. Paint was dripping everywhere, and the walls looked more like they belonged in an insane asylum than a bedroom.
Instead of being thrilled and excited, I broke into a big puddle of tears. Of course, my mother and friends thought it was hilarious...and laughed hysterically for hours. And, this is the inspiration behind my mixed-up cookie recipe!