Holiday baking season is here, so it’s time to get started on all your favorite recipes. If you’re looking for a cookie that’s sure to be a hit, check out these chocolate crinkle cookies from Cooking Classy. These cookies have a chewy, brownie-like texture, and they’re super-simple to make.
The trick to the treat’s unique dark-and-light appearance is to roll the dough in powdered sugar before baking. You’ll want to refrigerate the dough overnight, so make sure you plan ahead. The cookies should be soft to the touch and appear slightly under-baked when you take them out of the oven.
The recipe will make a whopping 48 cookies, so plan to share them with family and friends! Surprise them with a plate of these delicious cookies for a fun holiday treat. They freeze well, too!
While I’m sure these cookies are amazing all on their own, I think they’d also pair perfectly with a cold glass of milk or served a la mode with vanilla ice cream.
For a fun twist on these brownie-like cookies, Cooking Classy suggests wrapping a Rolo chocolate caramel candy in each one for a caramel-stuffed chocolate crinkle cookie. A brownie, cookie and candy all in one treat? Now that’s a dessert I can get behind!
Looking for more cookie recipes to add to your holiday repertoire this year? This map shows the most popular Christmas cookie in every state. Try out your state’s, and pick a couple more from states you’ve traveled to or would like to visit.
Love Royal Dansk Danish butter cookies? Make your own version with this copycat recipe. Or, go retro with these nine old-fashioned holiday treats that will take you on a nostalgic trip down memory lane.
You could also make the season festive and fun with this new Keebler’s decorating kit to create adorable wreath-themed cookies.
What cookies are you baking up this season?