Enjoy Disney magic in your home by making these amazing gooey Num Num Cookies. The easy copycat recipe looks and tastes just like the Disney cookies you can find at Hollywood Studios or Pixar Pier.
Our daughter's favorite movie when she was little was The Incredibles. She watched it so many times that our disc eventually wore out. If you have seen the movies, you know that baby Jack Jack adores his cookies.
One of the best Disney treats is the Num Num Cookie. It can be found in Hollywood Studios in Walt Disney World or at Pixel Pier in Disneyland. There is something so good about enjoying that giant warm cookie while standing in Disney.
I was craving those giant chocolate chip cookies the other day. Since we did not have another day at the Parks planned for a while, I decided to make a copycat version of these awesome Disney cookies at home.
This Disney copycat recipe for Jack Jack Num Num Cookies will satisfy all your cookie desires. They are gigantic, gooey, and so delicious when served warm from the oven.
These deep dish chocolate chip cookies didn't last long at all in our house. I tested 4-5 different batches trying to find the right ratio of dough to bake time.
Why we Love these Cookies
- Easy Disney treat made in your own kitchen.
- No chill time, so you can bake the giant cookies right away!
- Each deep dish cookie is loaded with lots of chocolate chunks.
- Warm and gooey when you eat them fresh from the oven.
If you are missing out on the happiest place on earth, make these Num Num cookies today. It's the best way to enjoy some homemade Disney magic and bring a smile to everyone in your family!
Homemade Disney Treats
Who needs to travel when you can create Mickey Mouse fun in your own kitchen, right? Ok, ok! It's not quite the same, but hey, it's kind of close.
Our kids have been giving me strange looks as I keep making Disney copycat recipes. But hey, it hasn't stopped them from devouring each one in record time.
These awesome Jack Jack cookies are easy to make with simple ingredients. In fact, you probably have everything in your pantry already. Once you try the recipe, you will want to make them over and over.
- Butter - Softened butter gives these chocolate chip cookies a great buttery flavor.
- Sugar - Using a mixture of granulated sugar and brown sugar makes the cookies soft and chewy.
- Eggs - Binds the ingredients together.
- Flour - Adds structure to the dough. Make sure you are adding the right amount. See how to measure flour the right way.
- Baking Soda - Provides a little bit of lift and rise as the cookies bake.
- Chocolate - Using chocolate chunks will give you the closest look and taste to the Disney cookies. You can also use regular chocolate chips.
How to make Num Num Cookies
These individual deep dish chocolate chip cookies come baked in a paper cup. The free standing baking liners help the Num Num cookies keep their shape when baked on a sheet pan.
- Beat the butter and sugars in a large mixing bowl until creamy. Add the eggs and vanilla and mix again.
- Stir together the dry ingredients and slowly mix into the butter mixture. Do not over mix the dough.
- Add most of the chocolate chunks and stir in them gently.
- Place ½ cup of cookie dough into each paper liner and press the dough out evenly. The liner should be about ½ full. Do not over fill, or they will bake over the tops of the liners.
- Press extra chocolate chunks into the tops of the dough and bake for 22-24 minutes. Let cool on pan for 5 minutes.
- Serve the Jack Jack Num Num Cookies while they are warm and gooey for best results.
- Want an even more decadent and delicious treat? Add a scoop of ice cream and hot fudge to the warm cookies and dig in!
- Do not over mix the cookie dough. Stop your mixer as soon as all the dry ingredients are incorporated.
- Use a ½ cup measuring cup to ensure that all your cookies are the same size.
- Bake the cookies in paper liners. Plan ahead before you make these cookies. You will need to buy some 3 ½-inch or 4-inch round baking liners to make this copycat Disney recipe.
- Make sure the sides of the paper liners are at least 1 ¼ inches tall or the cookies will spill over when baking.
- Feel free to change up the chocolate chunks and use any flavor of chocolate chips that you like. Peanut butter, butterscotch, white, or dark chips would all be awesome in these cookies.
Counter: Keep the cooled cookies in an air tight container on the counter for 3-4 days.
Freezer: Place the cookies in freezer safe bags or containers and freeze 1-2 months. Thaw in the fridge overnight.
Reheat: Place a num num cookie in the microwave for 10-20 seconds.
What are Jack Jack Num Num cookies?
These giant deep dish chocolate chip cookie are served warm and gooey and are found in the Disney Parks.
Do I have to use the large paper liners to make these cookies?
The liners are what keep the cookies from spreading out too much and give the centers a soft gooey texture. You can also bake ¼ cup of dough in a cupcake liner in a muffin tin for 12-14 minutes.
Other Disney Copycat Recipes
- Marshmallow Pops
- Buffalo Chips
- Edible Cookie Dough - Disney Springs food truck copycat
- Dole Whip Popsicles
- Mickey Mouse Cake Pops
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