If you’re firing up the grill for that summer get together, why not add dessert to your BBQ event, for instance some perfectly grilled cookies. Here is how its done!
What you need:
1. You must start with a clean grill. Turn the grill on high and allow it to heat for a few minutes. Use a grill brush with brass bristles to slough off any excess dregs. After all, you don’t want your cookies to taste like grilled salmon or burgers!
2. Turn off all the flames, except for one on the far side of the grill. We’re going to use indirect heat to bake the cookies, so we want a flame on one side of the grill and the cookies on the other. Use the temperature gauge on the grill or an oven thermometer to preheat the grill to 350 degrees. (Just like an oven!)
3. Place a pie tin upside down on the side of the grill without the flame. Place the cookie sheet with prepared cookie dough on top of the pie tin. This will help all the hot air circulate around the cookies and bake them evenly.
4. Bake your cookies for about 20 minutes, or until they are golden brown. Remember to use a timer, since your grill is probably not equipped with one. Keep a close watch on the temperature gauge and adjust the flame as needed to maintain 350 degrees. After 20 minutes, pull them out. Look at these beauties. Would anybody believe these were baked on a grill?
Also see and try these cookie recipes..
- Gluten Free Chocolate Chip Cookies Recipe
- Chocolate Chip Skillet Cookies: Made Easy Recipe
- Everyone Loves Chocolate Chip Cookies