Chocolate Chip Sticks (aka Lazy-Man’s Chocolate Chip Cookies!)

No more scooping and shaping! This mix-and-dump version results in chocolate chip cookie sticks that are even better than individual cookies!

Chocolate chip sticks

If we’re being honest here, these are what I call “lazy-man’s chocolate chip cookies.” It’s pretty much the same recipe as cookies, but I don’t always have the patience to shape them. I am a mix-and-dump kind of girl, so baking them in a pan and cutting them into sticks is just perfect for me. And the fact that the middle of the sticks tend to be slightly “raw” is a huge win, since my boys love them that way!

In the different chats that I’m on, people are always asking for Shabbos dessert recipes. Often I’ll get tagged. “C’mon, Faigy, you’re the professional here. Don’t you have any dessert ideas?” Uh, my oatmeal bars? My cinnamon buns? For real, I don’t make fancy desserts. I don’t patchke. My big “fancy” dessert is a trifle, which is a mess of a bunch of ingredients layered in a glass bowl. 

But really this is all my kids want. They don’t care for fancy stuff. I once hosted a lot of guests at a meal and instead of serving a dessert, I served a cookie board—a charcuterie board of various cookies and bars I had baked. The crowd went wild! There was something for everyone! 

I like to keep this recipe simple and basic, but you can change things up: use flavored chocolate chips, add craisins, chopped nuts…whatever you think your family might like.

These chocolate chip cookie sticks freeze very well, so if I know I have a busy few weeks coming up, I’ll triple them so I can stock my freezer.

Slicing while warm is IMPERATIVE! If you wait for the sticks to cool, they will crack and break when you cut them. (I speak from experience!) 

Chocolate Chip Cookie Sticks

No more scooping and shaping! Bake your cookies in a pan as sticks instead!
Print Recipe


  • 3/4 cup oil
  • 1/2 cup brown sugar
  • 1/2 cup white sugar
  • 1 tsp vanilla
  • 2 eggs
  • 2 cups flour
  • 1/2 tsp baking soda
  • 1 cup chocolate chips


  • Preheat oven to 350℉.
  • Place all ingredients in a bowl and mix.
  • Press into a 9×13 pan.
  • Bake for 20 minutes. Slice while warm.


Freezes well!

Recipe by Faigy Murray |

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