This cast-iron skillet oatmeal gluten free pizookie cookie is a moist and delicious giant cookie that can be enjoyed anytime. Top this delicious skillet cookie with vanilla ice cream, then slather it with caramel dolce leche sauce. It is so hard to resist!!
If you love cookies, you will want to try all of my delicious gluten free cookies recipes on the blog! And...if you love big cookies, wait until you try this incredible Gluten Free Skillet Cookie recipe!
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(*Note, this post was updated from an older 2016 post with new photos.)
Today is all about big cookies. Some call these big cookies "pizookies" because they resemble a pizza. Any way you call it, my kids go crazy over this gluten free pizookie recipe! The bigger the better!! Just look at this Gluten Free Pumpkin Skillet Cookie.
If you love big cookies too, I can show you how easy it is to make this giant skillet oatmeal cookie. This gluten free cast iron dessert recipe is fail proof! Even better? This oatmeal skillet cookie is also."
I have been experimenting with baking in my cast iron skillet lately. I love how easy it is to bake with this skillet. It retains heat beautifully, making your baking turn out even. I had a cast-iron skillet for a long time that sat neglected under my stove for years.
I finally learned how to clean my skillet properly so I could make better use of it :-).
If you are an ala mode person like me, you are going to want a gooey sweet sauce to drizzle over your gluten free oatmeal pizookie cookie. Here are some fun ideas for sauces:
- Dolce Leche sauce (I buy it at Trader Joe's)
- Hot Fudge
- Bourbon Butterscotch Sauce (see the picture below!)
- Old-Fashioned Vanilla Cream Sauce
You will love how easy this bourbon butterscotch sauce is to make!
This gluten free skillet cookie is so easy to make. All you need are a few simple ingredients like certified gluten free oats, brown sugar, butter, gluten free flour, chocolate chips or raisins, an egg, vanilla, and cinnamon.
Can you use this oatmeal cookie batter to make regular sized cookies? Of course!! You can also make regular sized cookies out of this cookie dough if you don't have a cast-iron skillet.
Why certified gluten free oats are important:
I can't stress enough how important it is to use certified gluten free oats. Regular oats are very easily cross-contaminated with gluten every step of the way from growing in the fields, to harvesting equipment, to silo storage.
There are many brands of certified gluten free oats, even Trader Joe's has them!
Are you ready to make this gluten free pizookie recipe for yourself?
The first step to making a gluten free oatmeal skillet cookie is to add all dry ingredients to a bowl. Use a whisk to blend thoroughly. In a separate bowl, add all of the wet ingredients and whisk to blend.
Pour the wet ingredients into the dry ingredients and mix well.
How long do you bake this cookie?
Because you are baking this cookie dough as a giant cookie, you will need to bake this cookie longer than small cookies. Pour the cookie dough into a greased cast-iron skillet. I like to use coconut oil to grease the skillet. Spread the batter out and bake the skillet cookie for 18-20 minutes at 350F degrees.
If you don't have a cookie sheet, this recipe is for you!
Can you make this recipe as drop style cookies?
You can easily make this cookie recipe drop style. To do this, line a baking sheet with parchment paper. Use a cookie scoop to drop balls of cookie dough onto the parchment paper.
Bake the cookies for 8 minutes. Remove from the oven and slide the parchment paper of cookies to a cooling rack.
Slice the gluten free pizookie and enjoy warm :-). You can see the inside and how moist this giant gluten free skillet cookie is.
Top with ice cream and the bourbon butternut sauce or enjoy it as is :-)."
Can you make this dairy-free?
You can make this cookie recipe dairy-free by using a vegan stick butter in place of the regular butter.
More gluten free cookie recipes to make:
This delicious bourbon butterscotch sauce also tastes amazing on this Gluten Free Blond Brownie too!
- If you can't decide between a brownie or a cookie, these Gluten Free Brookies are a great compromise cookie.
- These Gluten Free Sugar Cookies are made drop style so they are quick and easy to make.
- If you love a melt in your mouth cookie, these Gluten Free Russian Tea Cookies are one of my favorites.
- Who can say no to these Gluten Free Nutella Linzer Cookies? Nutella is so good in them.
- A cast-iron skillet, I used a 10 1/2 inch skillet.
- Certified Gluten Free Oats. This is so important as non-certified oats are almost always cross-contaminated with gluten.
- One of these gluten free flour blends (Bob's 1 to 1 or Authentic Foods) that contain Xanthan gum. (*If your mix doesn't add 1 teaspoon.)
- 1 stick butter
- 3/4 cup brown sugar, or coconut sugar
- 2 large eggs
- 1 teaspoon vanilla
- 1 1/4 cup gluten free flour blend, (*Note, my flour blend has xanthan gum included. If yours doesn't, add 1 teaspoon.)
- 3/4 cup gluten free whole oats
- 1/2 teaspoon cinnamon
- Preheat the oven to 350 degrees.
- Grease a cast iron skillet
- In a mixer, add wet ingredients and mix on low.
- Gradually add the dry ingredients.
- Pour the batter into the cast iron skillet.
- Bake for 20 minutes.
- Top with ice cream and bourbon butterscotch sauce.
Nutrition Information:Yield: 12 Serving Size: 1
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 237Total Fat: 9gSaturated Fat: 5gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 3gCholesterol: 51mgSodium: 76mgCarbohydrates: 34gFiber: 1gSugar: 12gProtein: 4g
Please note this nutrition information is calculated by a recipe plugin and is an estimate based on the ingredients used in this recipe.