Blackstone Small Batch Cookies are an easy griddle dessert that you will want to make again and again! The perfect treat to satisfy a cookie craving!
These small batch of cookies make great snacks if the cravings for cookies aren’t enough to make the whole batch. If you are like me, I just can’t stop at one!!
So, making a small batch will ensure that you have enough to share but not a lot of extras laying around tempting you to eat them. These delicious cookies will satisfy your sweet tooth.
If you are unsure how to make perfect cookies on your Blackstone Griddle, then read on so that you can get to baking. Learn easy Blackstone Griddle tips to make the perfect cookies every time.
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What Cookie Dough to Use?
Not sure what cookie dough to use when baking on your flat top griddle? After testing many different cookie recipes, it’s not so much about having the perfect cookie dough as it is about the proper techniques used to bake on the griddle.
You can use prepackaged store-bought cookie dough, homemade cookie dough, and even frozen cookie dough will work. If you want a super easy way to bake cookies, then use a store-bought packaged dough to save time and clean up of dirty dishes. Find these packages in the dairy cooler section of your local supermarket.
Do you want to make your own cookie dough? No problem!! To make a small batch of cookie dough, only prepare half a batch of a regular cookie recipe.
Small batch cookies make a perfect choice for fresh-baked cookies, and you do not need to make a big batch. These are really simple and can be made within a few minutes!
- Cookie Dough of your choice – Homemade, Store-bought, or Frozen
- Cookie Sheet Pans
- Parchment Paper
- Hot Pads
- Dome Lid
- Blackstone Griddle
7 Tips for Making Blackstone Cookies
- Use the lowest heat setting possible. You want the residual heat of the griddle, not the direct heat of the griddle.
- Do not bake directly on the Blackstone Griddle.
- Use a baking stone or sheet pan.
- You will need a dome lid to create an oven affect around the baking cookies.
- The dome lid can be a large foil pan, the griddle hard cover, or a dome cover that is big enough to go over the pan you are using.
- Place the baking sheet pan on a wire rack or foil strips under the pan to lift it off the griddle.
- When checking the cookies, carefully remove the dome lid but don’t flip it over to let all the heat escape out. Keep it flat on the griddle to hold the heat into the dome.
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How to Make Cookies on the Blackstone Griddle
Preheat the Blackstone Griddle to the lowest heat. Do not use any wind guards around the flat top griddle. When you use the wind guards, the griddle will get to hot and burn your cookies.
If using a baking stone, place on to the flat top as the griddle is heating up. When the stone and griddle is hot, lay a sheet of parchment paper on the stone, then place the cookies down and cover with a dome lid.
Once the griddle is preheated, put a sheet of parchment paper on the griddle to help reduce the smoke coming off the hot griddle. Place a sheet of the parchment paper on the baking sheet pan.
I like to flip the pan over and place the parchment paper on the bottom of the baking sheet. That way the pan gets the residual heat of the griddle and the large rectangular dome lid fits over the standard sheet pan perfectly.
Arrange your cookie dough balls on to the prepared cookie sheet pan. Place the dome lid over top of the cookies.
Cooking times will vary from griddle to griddle. Let the cookies bake for about 10 minutes. Check the cookies by peeking under the dome lid and taking care not to let heat escape.
You want a golden brown or lightly golden cookie bottom to achieve a chewy texture in your fully baked cookie. Adjust the baking time until the cookies are fully baked.
When the cookies are done, use the hot pads to remove the sheet pan from the griddle. Leave the cookies on the prepared baking sheet pan until they cool completely.
How to Store Griddle Cookies
To store any leftover cookies, place in an airtight container for up to 6 days. Leave at room temperature.
Blackstone cookies freeze very well. Place the cookies in a freezable container and freeze for up to 3 months.
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Blackstone Small Batch Cookies – FAQ
Yes, you can make cookies on a Blackstone Griddle. Learn a few tips to help make a perfect cookie, every single time!!
Yes, you can bake on a Blackstone Griddle! I have baked monkey bread, mini cheesecakes, cupcakes, and small cakes, all on a Blackstone Griddle flat top.
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Blackstone Small Batch Cookies Recipe
For the full recipe and nutrition information, click below.
- Prepared Cookie Dough Package, Refrigerated 16.5 ounces
- Preheat the Blackstone Flat Top Griddle to the lowest heat. Do not use any wind guards around the griddle top. When you use the wind guards around the griddle, it will get to hot and burn your cookies.
- Once the Blackstone griddle is preheated, put a sheet of parchment paper on the griddle to help reduce the smoke coming off the hot griddle. Place a piece of the parchment paper on the cookie sheet pan. I like to flip the baking sheet pan over and place the parchment paper on the bottom of the baking sheet. That way the sheet pan gets the residual heat of the griddle and the large rectangular dome lid fits over the standard sheet pan perfectly.
- Arrange your cookie dough pieces on to the prepared cookie sheet pan.
- Place the dome lid or the hard cover over top of the cookies.
- Baking times will vary from griddle to griddle. Let the cookies cook for about 10 minutes. Check the cookies by peeking under the lid and taking care not to let heat escape. You want a lightly golden or golden brown cookie bottom to achieve a chewy texture in your fully baked cookie. Adjust the baking time until the Blackstone cookies are fully baked. When the griddle cookies are done, use the hot pads to remove the sheet pan from the griddle.
- Leave the cookies on the prepared sheet pan until they cool completely.
- Store any leftover griddle cookies in a sealed container on the counter for up to 6 days. Freeze cookies for up to 3 months.
- Use any of your favorite homemade cookie dough recipe along with my griddle tips to make the best griddle cookies ever.
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Amount Per Serving Calories 88Total Fat 4gSaturated Fat 2gTrans Fat 0gUnsaturated Fat 2gCholesterol 1mgSodium 63mgCarbohydrates 12gFiber 0gSugar 7gProtein 1g
Note: For exact nutritional information, consult your dietitian. All nutritional information is simply a guideline.
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