Just like the chocolate bark, this recipe is a little bit of a cheat during this time of year. I love baking so I'll always make time for it, but other people have much busier schedules than I do, which means less time for baking. This recipe uses Pillsbury chocolate chip cookie dough, but feel free to adapt your own chocolate chip cookie recipe to it! (I've tried this recipe both ways and it works perfectly with both!)
You will need:
1 roll of Pillsbury cookie dough (or your own recipe)
1 cup of nutella
3 tablespoons of cocoa powder
1 tablespoon of cinnamon
48 mini marshmallows or 12 large marshmallows
A handful of crushed candy canes
To start, preheat your oven to 350 degrees. Add the cookie dough, nutella, cocoa powder, and cinnamon into a bowl and mix very well.
From here, you could easily make little balls and pop them in the oven for double chocolate chip cookies.
For the peppermint hot chocolate cookies, you'll need to roll them out into little balls first. Once you've done this, squish the balls into flat rounds, and add 2 mini marshmallows or 1/2 of a large marshmallow to each cookie round.
Enclose the marshmallows inside the dough and make a round ball. Add your crushed candy canes to the top, and pop them in the oven for about 10 minutes.
These cookies can really impress people because they're stuffed. They're really delicious once out of the oven because the marshmallow is very gooey. Enjoy these cookies with a warm drink or send them as a yummy gift to someone. They're easy, quick, and impressive!
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