A cast iron cookies recipe with BBQ sauce? This one's a winner - only try it if you're ready for people asking for more!
Step one, making the cookie dough! Melt the butter in a large bowl. You can do this in the microwave on High setting for 1 minute, then add 30 seconds at a time until melted. Make sure the bowl is microwave safe.
Once melted, let the butter cool down. Then add the BBQ sauce, 2 cups sugar and eggs, and beat well. Set aside.
In a different bowl, mix together the flour, baking soda, and spices. Add this to the butter mixture, and beat until the flour is fully incorporated. Refrigerate the dough for several hours, until firm.
Step two, preparing your pit: For this recipe, light the charcoal, then arrange it around the edge of your grill/kettle. This way, the center of your cooking area will not have any heat directly under it, but will benefit from radiant heat on all sides.
Depending on what you're cooking on, you can also set up the pit for good ol' 2-zone cooking.
Let the temp climb up to 325-350ºF (163-177ºC), and you're good to go.
While the grill is heating up, separate the dough into portions, and shape into small balls. Roll these in sugar.
Once ready, place the dough balls in a cast iron skillet, and bake on the grill for 8 to 10 minutes (or to your desired crispiness!)
That's all, ladies and gents - you've got yourself a winner! Make a game out of letting your friends & family guess the ingredients - the BBQ sauce is there, but most won't be able to put their finger on it...
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Appetizers / Cookies / Skillet cookies
A cast iron cookies recipe with BBQ sauce? This one's a winner - onlytryit ifyou're ready for people asking for more!
Melt the butter in the microwave (on High setting for 1 minute, then add 30 seconds at a time until melted). Make sure to use a microwave safe bowl.
Cool down the butter, then mix it with the BBQ sauce, 2 cups sugar, and eggs. Beat well, then set aside.
Mix the flour, baking soda, and spices. Add this to the butter mixture, and beat until the flour is fully incorporated.
Refrigerate the dough for several hours, until firm.
separate the dough into small balls and roll in sugar.
Cook in a cast iron skillet, over indirect heat at 325-350ºF (163-177ºC).
Bring off the heat after 8-10 minutes, or at your desired crispiness.
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