I mean, you could eat this all be yourself, but let me warn you even my dessert crazy 9 year old begged off when she could have kept going. This cast iron cookie is one serious indulgence and best served sliced up in decadent wedges for a party or eaten with at least eight spoons around a communal family table. The family that eats dessert together can solve anything!
I like a cookie I can eat for breakfast. I mean, I can eat a cookie just about anytime during the day, but a rich, chocolate cookie with coffee in the morning leaves me a feeling a little overly indulgent. But a soft, moist, fat, and fluffy molasses cookie? You can make a solid argument that breakfast is the best time to enjoy it. And after making this simple and foolproof recipe with just a handful of ingredients from the pantry, that is just what I did.