I shared a recipe for Hot Chocolate Mix yesterday, and now I’m excited to share a recipe I made with that mix. Hot Chocolate Cookies. As soon as I seen this recipe I couldn’t wait to make it. Unfortunately my week got super busy, as well as coming down with some kind of stomach bug that totally took away any desire to cook or eat for several days. So that’s the reason I’m sharing my weekly Christmas series with you a few days late.
Better late then never when it comes to these yummy cookies though. They’re rich, chocolaty and taste just like hot cocoa, only in cookie form. With hot chocolate mix, chocolate chips and mini marshmallows how could they not? I know they’re a winner because not only did they pass my taste test, but my picky husband, who doesn’t even care for marshmallows said these were some of the best cookies he has ever eaten. Wow. These will definitely be on my cookie tray for the holidays.
If you use store bought cocoa mix make sure it isn’t sugar free or the one that has mini marshmallows, the cookies wont turn out right.
Adapted from: Dinners, Dishes, and Desserts
Recipe Shared With: M ~ Make Ahead meals For Busy Moms, Claire Justine, Jam Hands, Skip To My Lou, Mrs Happy Homemaker, Flour Me With Love, Polish The Stars, I Should Be Mopping Your Talking To Much, T ~ It’s a Blog Party 33 Shades of Green, Balancing Beauty and Bedlam, Blessed with Grace, All the Small Stuff, Mandy’s Recipe Box, Nap Time Creations, Chef In Training, Inside BruCrew Life, W ~ We are That Family, Sugar and Dots, Semi Homemade Mom, T ~ Miz Helen’s Country Cottage, Fireflies and Jellybeans, Frugal Follies, What’s Cooking Love, Think Tank Thursday, Fantastical Sharing of Recipes F ~ Tidy Mom, It’s a Hodgepodge Life, Simply Designing, Rattlebridge Farm, Tater Tots and Jello, Bacon Time with the Hungry Hungry Hippo, Happy Go Lucky Blog, Chic on a Shoestring Budget, Simply Sweet Home, What-About, Shaken Together Life S ~ I Am Only 1 Woman, Be Different Act Normal, Six Sisters Stuff S ~ Everyday Moms Meals, I heart Naptime, Nifty Thrifty Things, Addicted to Recipes