Do you dream in chocolate? I do. In fact I believe a cookie can change your day. I am talking just one not the plate. I am in love with the easy cool whip chocolate mint cookies I made. I am over the moon for the chocolate pudding cookies.
Chocolate Chip Vanilla Pudding Cookie Recipe
This yields 24 cookies
The first thing you will need to do is ready your ingredients. Then you will take out two bowls one for dry ingredients and one for wet ingredients. You will place all the wet ingredients in one bowl. Then you place all the dry ingredients except the chocolate chips in the other bowl. You will mix the dry ingredients and then you will mix the wet ingredients. I always place my dry ingredients into the wet ingredient bowl. I do so slowly and I mix them in completely.
Then you will take the cookie dough and using a tablespoon make scoops of cookies on a greased cookie sheet about one inch apart. Then you will place them in the oven at 350 degrees for 10-12 minutes. I make sure mine are golden brown before I remove them from the oven. I place them on the cooling rack and I should wait for them to cool but I usually steal one and have it with a cold glass of milk. These are truly moist cookies. I just love the way they taste.
It wasn’t that long ago that I was my oldest son’s age. I used to live with my mom and my grandparents in Florida. I had a sweet tooth even back then. I do feel like it is hereditary. I used to come home from school and do my homework while my grandmother cooked. I remember this recipe well since it soon became my favorite. I would ask for this Chocolate Chip Cheesecake Recipe any holiday that could have a dessert option and I never was without it on my birthday. I had the opportunity to make it the other day just for fun. I thought it would be a nice was to talk about my grandparents with my children. You see every recipe has a story and I enjoy sharing mine with a bite of this or that.
You will need these ingredients
I made my own chocolate chip cookie dough and added 1/2 cup of chopped caramel… but you could just buy the large one from the store in the roll. If you want to add something special make these cookies they are my favorite
Cook for 50 minutes at 325 degrees.
This is how this works you take a grease baking dish. I like the glass ones. You split the cookie dough in half. The first half will be the crust and the second half will be the top.
You place the dough in the bottom of the glass dish. It will spread so give it a little room to do so.
I cook the bottom for about 6-8 minutes it should look a little cooked but not all the way.
Then you will remove it from the oven and pour in the cheesecake mixture. You will cook that for 40 minutes.
When it is golden brown. You will remove it from the oven and make cookie balls with the dough to cover the cheesecake. Then you will cook the cheesecake until the cookies on the top are done.
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The Amaretto Cookie story goes something like this. I was thumbing through a magazine a long time ago and I ran across this amazing recipe. I ran to the store and I made these cookies. I ate almost all of them myself. I was in love! Then fast forward years later I have no idea where the recipe went off to. I searched the web to find it but I couldn’t so after a little yummy trial and error . I recreated the recipe I loved with the addition of the fresh cranberries. I like the color they bring to my favorite cookie and the sweet and tart flavor.
If you like this recipe you will love the Chocolate Version of the Amaretto Cookie
When I was in middle school the lunch ladies used to whip up these amazing cookies. I never knew what they were or what was in them but they were absolutely delicious. I started to think about them a few weeks ago when I heard one of the lunch ladies had passed away. The more I thought about them the more I wanted to taste them again. Then I found a recipe similar to what I was looking for on EzraPoundCake.com. This is the result.
The beauty of these no bake chocolate cookies is that they’re done, from start to finish, in 30 minuttes or less (most of that is waiting!) They’re perfect for those out of the blue chocolate cravings. They’ll also work for a last minute dessert when you have guests!
Have you ever had something that was so rich yet so delicious you just wanted to keep eating them? That’s pretty much what these billion dollar cookies are, hence the name.
An out of this world fudge cream filling stuffed between 2 delicate shortbread cookies make this irresistible dessert. Either element would make for an incredible indulgence, but together they create a rich, beyond intense confection. Trying to eat just one is hard, but more than that can be too much. You’ve been warned!
I should say that I loathe making shortbread cookies. I hate the fact that it’s a crumbly dough that falls apart at the slightest wrong touch. With that said, the pain and suffering that goes into making them are totally worth it once they’re done baking.
That’s it – now you can enjoy your insanely delicious billion dollar cookies and share them with your friends. Be careful though – they’re very addictive!