Chocolate Chip Pan Cookies


Chocolate Chip Pan Cookies are thick, delicious and so much easier than making individual cookies. Press the cookie dough into the pan, bake and slice. These are always a crowd pleaser and they disappear fast!







In a small bowl add the

flour, baking soda and salt.



Whisk until combined, set aside.



In a large bowl add the butter,

granulated sugar and brown sugar.



Using a mixer, beat until

creamy and combined.



Add the eggs and vanilla.



Using the mixer beat well until the eggs

are completely combined with the dough.



Add a little of the flour.



Using the mixer, beat well and repeat

until all of the flour is used up.



Add the chocolate chips.



Using a large spoon, combine chocolate

chips with the cookie dough.



Spray a jelly roll pan (15″ x 10″)

with cooking oil. Spread theย cookie

dough onto the pan. I sprayed my

hand with the cooking oil to

spread it easily with my hand.



Bake in a preheated 350 degree oven for

20 – 25 minutes or until a golden brown.



Cool in the pan on a wire rack

then slice and serve.


Chocolate Chip Pan Cookies



  • 2 & 1/4 cups all purpose flour
  • 1 tsp baking soda
  • 1 tsp salt
  • 1 cup (2 sticks) butter, softened
  • 3/4 cup granulated sugar
  • 3/4 cup brown sugar, firmly packed
  • 1 tsp vanilla extract
  • 2 large eggs
  • 2 cups (12 oz. package) semi-sweet chocolate chips
  • 1 cup chopped nuts, optional


  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
  2. In a small bowl whisk together the flour, baking soda and salt.
  3. In a large bowl add the butter, granulated sugar and brown sugar.
  4. Using a mixer, beat until creamy and combined.
  5. Add the eggs and vanilla extract to the cookie dough, beating until creamy and combined.
  6. Using the mixer, gradually add the flour beating well after each addition.
  7. Add the chocolate chips (and nuts if used). Using a large spoon, stir them into the cookie dough.
  8. Spray a jelly roll pan (15″ x 10″) with cooking oil.
  9. Spread the cookie dough onto the pan. I sprayed my hand with cooking oil and pressed the dough into the pan evenly.
  10. Bake for 20 – 25 minutes or until a golden brown on top.
  11. Cool in the pan then slice into bars and serve.


  1. My son learned to make these at a young age (he’s now 56!), and every time he brings them to a function, everyone is amazed and astounded! So much easier than actual cookies!

    Virtual hugs,


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  2. I have done this and I love it! Except that I used a cast iron pan, one of the deep ones. I made the chocolate chip cookie batter, dumped it in the cast iron pan and baked it for 45 minutes (which is about the same time if you baked individual cookies! Have done the same thing with brownies.
    Love it!!

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  3. When I first read the title, I was thinking non-stick frying pan. Where was my mind at??? But I wonder…. Could make dough ahead and possibly cook in aluminum foil lined cast iron at a camp-out? But then, what would you do with the S’Mores?

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  4. Although I love cooking I have never “baked” anything in my life, neither bread, cake, cookies, brownies or anything else. I do not really have much of a sweet tooth but these look very tasty and very simple so I might start my sweet making education here.

    I was thinking to maybe change the nuts for peanuts and make a sort of Snickers bar cookie. Ha, listen to me, first attempt at this type of cookery and already I am monkeying around with your recipe before I even start!

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    • How funny, we like the same thing! I make a macadamia nut cookie with white chocolate chips that I love. My husband hates white chocolate chips and if I made his favorite toll house cookies with them he would divorce me! ๐Ÿ˜‚ Now me, I would eat them in a heartbeat!

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