Anyone who knows me well knows that I show my love with food. If I try to feed you, it means I really, REALLY like you.
I love to have friends over for dinner. I love to bring my coworkers treats. And I love baking up sweet treats for Marc. Like I said, if I like you – I’ll show you with food.
So what better way to celebrate Valentine’s Day than a big huge cookie?! Made in a skillet!
And not just any cookie, but a red velvet cookie. With a Nutella swirl. Swoon.
This Red Velvet Skillet Cookie is so, so good! And the Nutella swirl – holy buckets. I mean, is Nutella EVER a bad idea? Nope. Never.
Marc asked what the purpose of making a cookie in a skillet is and honestly, I couldn’t give him a good answer. Aside from the fact that it makes loading up a ton of ice cream on top really fun. Now that I think of it, that is reason enough!
And as a side note, since making this red velvet skillet cookie, Marc has asked (borderline begged) me to make a skillet cookie multiple times. So apparently he’s into the whole skillet cookie thing now.
I’m not arguing, though. This Red Velvet Skillet Cookie is delicious. Since Valentine’s Day just begs for pink and red desserts, this is absolutely perfect for you and your sweetie.
Topping your warm skillet cookie with ice cream straight from the oven is the best idea when making skillet cookies. They are absolutely, positively MADE for being eaten with ice cream while still warm. Just let it sit for a couple of minutes so the ice cream can melt a little and then – DIG IN!