Double Chocolate Mint Chip Cookies Recipe

Double Chocolate Mint Chip Cookies Recipe

My family wanted cookies, and when they want cookies I inevitably end up making cookies. The good thing is that I get to play around with my recipes and they have to eat what I make. These cookies should technically be named Triple Chocolate Mint Chip Cookies because of the added chocolate drizzle. Since you can make it with out the drizzle, I decided on Double Chocolate for the name. The recipe makes 50 cookies, so it is great for a bake sale or group function. (Remember to use level table spoons and not rounded. Rounded makes bigger cookies and less cookies.)

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I used all of my basic cookie ingredients but added coco powder, Andes mint chips, and a melted chocolate drizzle. These cookies are super decadent and delicious. My brother said that these cookies are what Angels eat on Holidays. He is super picky about cookies, so I know they are good.

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Cream together the sugars, butter and vanilla.

Double Chocolate Mint Chip Cookie recipe from www.HandPArtisrty.com

Add one egg at a time and mix well.

Double Chocolate Mint Chip Cookie recipe from www.HandPArtisrty.com

While waiting for the wet ingredients to cream together, sift together the dry ingredients.

Double Chocolate Mint Chip Cookie recipe from www.HandPArtisrty.com

Mix the dry ingredients into the wet a 1/4 to 1/3 at a time.

Double Chocolate Mint Chip Cookie recipe from www.HandPArtisrty.com

Mix well after each addition of the dry ingredients.

Double Chocolate Mint Chip Cookie recipe from www.HandPArtisrty.com

Add in one cup each of mint and chocolate chips.

Double Chocolate Mint Chip Cookie recipe from www.HandPArtisrty.com

Double Chocolate Mint Chip Cookie recipe from www.HandPArtisrty.com

Mix the chips in carefully. (on slow or slow medium, or by hand) You do not want the chips to melt in the mixer.

Double Chocolate Mint Chip Cookie recipe from www.HandPArtisrty.com

Using a measuring spoon, drop 1 level tablespoon of batter on to parchment paper.
Bake 375*F for 8-10 minutes. oven temperature and time may vary. If the batter is too warm you can put it in the refrigerator for 30 minutes or more to firm up. A Cooling rack is great for cooling the cookies quickly.

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To make the chocolate drizzle:

Melt 1/4 to 1/2 a cup of chocolate chips with 1 tablespoon of vegetable or coconut oil. The oil helps to smooth out the chocolate and give it a nice consistency. If the chocolate seams to thick add a little more oil. (Beyond the first table spoon add 1/4 teaspoon at a time to reach the consistency you want. The more oil you use the more oil flavor will cut through the chocolate.) Put the melted chocolate in a squeeze bottle or a baggie with the corner snipped and drizzle.

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You can also dip one side into the chocolate. I recommend making a larger batch of melted chocolate for dipping.

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Store in an air tight container.

Double Chocolate Mint Chip Cookie recipe from www.HandPArtisrty.com

Tip:

To keep your cookies from becoming hard add a slice of bread to the air tight container or baggie. The bread will become hard and not the cookies. You may have to change out the bread if the cookies last longer than a few days.

What is your favorite cookie?

Wishing you Luck and Love,

                                                    Heather

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Double Chocolate Mint Chip Cookie recipe from www.HandPArtisrty.com
Doulbe Chocolate Mint Chip Cookies
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These cookies are indulgent to the fullest degree. Delectable Andes and chocolate chips in a chocolate cookie with chocolate drizzle. This is a perfect holiday/Special occasion cookie.
Servings Prep Time
50 Level table spoon cookies 10 minutes
Cook Time
8-10 minutes
Servings Prep Time
50 Level table spoon cookies 10 minutes
Cook Time
8-10 minutes
Double Chocolate Mint Chip Cookie recipe from www.HandPArtisrty.com
Doulbe Chocolate Mint Chip Cookies
Print Recipe
These cookies are indulgent to the fullest degree. Delectable Andes and chocolate chips in a chocolate cookie with chocolate drizzle. This is a perfect holiday/Special occasion cookie.
Servings Prep Time
50 Level table spoon cookies 10 minutes
Cook Time
8-10 minutes
Servings Prep Time
50 Level table spoon cookies 10 minutes
Cook Time
8-10 minutes
Ingredients
Servings: Level table spoon cookies
Instructions
  1. Preheat the oven to 375*F Sift together the dry ingredients while you cream the brown and granulated sugars, butter, and vanilla until smooth and creamy. Add 1 egg at a time to the creamy mixture. Fully incorporate each egg before adding the next. Add the Dry ingredients 1/4 to 1/3 at a time mixing well each time. Once fully combined add the Andes and chocolate chips. Mix well. Use a table spoon and drop even spoonfuls on to parchment paper lined baking sheets. (greased sheets work, but I am partial to parchment paper.) Level spoons make 50 cookies, rounded make less. Bake for 8-10 minutes and let cool on the pan for a minute or two before transferring to a cooling rack. Oven temps and times may very
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22 thoughts on “Double Chocolate Mint Chip Cookies Recipe

  1. Rebecca Hope

    Now those look like my type of cookies! Yum… and so I had no idea about the bread trick. How clever and great. I’m totally going to try these now. Your cookies have me in heaven looking at them.

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  2. Alana

    Oh Heather, you’re KILLING ME!!! These look AMAZING! Pinning and stumbling! LOVE the hack of including a piece of bread to keep them moist.

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    1. handpartistry@gmail.com Post author

      Yay, I’m really glad the bread trick helps people out. I’m working on a caterers kitchen hacks Post with more stuff like that. Let me know what you think about the cookies when you make them.

  3. Jennifer | The Deliberate Mom

    Mmm, this sounds and looks so good! Mint chocolate is like my “Christmas” flavour. I’ll have to try these out during the Christmas season.

    Thanks for sharing (and for linking up to the #SHINEbloghop).

    Wishing you a lovely day.
    xoxo

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  4. AJ @ Aspen Jay

    Those are what I call chocolate cookies! My husband would definitely like these! I love that bread trick, it does wonders to soften a cookie. Thanks for sharing this recipe with everyone at Talented Tuesday.
    Cheers,
    AJ

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