While visiting family the other weekend, I was lucky enough to try a cookie made by my sister-in-law. It was so amazing, I brought the recipe home with me and made them myself. According to coworker taste testers, family members and myself, these are arguably the world’s best cookies. I welcome a challenge to them.
As it turns out, the recipe is courtesy of Paula Deen and can be printed directly from The Food Networks website (click here). I will note that I omitted the almond as I prefer to just have a chocolate chip cookie, and it was also amazing. My sister-in-law I believe included it, and it added a bit of crunch but did not change the taste much.
These cookies, although can be made year round, are a great treat to make for the holidays as they are a slightly different take on the traditional chocolate chip. They are fairly simple to make, the recipe yields a decent amount, and the ingredients are mostly things you would already have on hand. Plus, everyone loves chocolate (if you don’t like chocolate, I’m not sure if we can be friends anymore).
Anyone else have a great treat they make for the holidays?
9 thoughts on “Three Kind Chocolate Cookie”
I call it pink salad but it’s so good:
1 tub of cool whip
1 small container of sour cream
1 pack of raspberry jello powder(though any jello powder will do)
1 can of strained fruit cocktail.
Mix them together in that order.
Put in fridge for 4 hours so it’s really cold
That sounds SOOOO good! I’m going to have to try it. Thanks for sharing!
Chocolate chip cookies should always be just chocolate chips. None of this almond, or raisins or anything else. By the way, it is 60 here in Orlando. Isn’t it supposed to be 80 all the time?
Oh my gosh, you came during our “cold spell!” We get like a week a year where the emergency weather “wear hats and gloves the world is ending” warnings come out, and you’re here for them! I feel like apologizing on Florida’s behalf.
I concur: these are the best, yummiest chocolate chip cookies ever!! Of course, they were made with love and sprinkled with enthusiasm — the secret ingredients that make them soooo good!!
You is da’bomb!!
Mmmmmm yum! Great idea to omit the nuts. Nuts don’t generally add anything to a cookie…
I couldn’t agree more John!