Deep rich chocolate cookies are studded with peppermint chip in my Chocolate Peppermint Chip Cookies Recipe. They are perfect for the holidays and cookie swaps!
Have you ever noticed there are not many cookie recipes on Call Me PMc?
I’m super picky about cookies and I have only been completely over-the-moon with one cookie recipe. It’s my super secret Chocolate Chip Cookie recipe. It’s my fallback, get rich cookie recipe, so I haven’t been compelled to share it yet.
I’m saving it for a ‘rainy day’ or when we need to make the mortgage payment or pay for college. (Of course, I’m being sarcastic, but it is
But, guess what?!
I love this Chocolate Peppermint Chip Cookie Recipe just as much.
And, I’m not keeping it a secret.
Chocolate Peppermint Chip Cookies
What makes a good cookie?
- I like oversized cookies because then you can say, “I just had one cookie”. Really, you don’t have to reveal it was the size of a plate!
- They have to be soft in the center.
- And crispy on the edges.
- And preferably warm.
So without further adieu I give to you my Chocolate Peppermint Chip Cookie Recipe
Chocolate Peppermint Chip Cookie Recipe
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- Use a wooden spoon or mixing spatula to stir in peppermint chips. The mixture will be THICK.
- Place the bowl in refrigerator for 10 minutes. Meanwhile, set oven to 350°F to let it preheat while the cookie dough chills.
- Using a medium sized cookie scoop or regular sized ice cream scoop, drop dough onto a cold greased cookie sheet, leaving at least an inch of space between the scoops. I used a regular sized ice cream scoop for extra large cookies.
- Transfer the pan to the preheated oven and bake the cookies for 17 minutes, or until the edges are crispy and the centers are still a little bit gooey.
- Remove from the oven and allow cookies to cool on the cookie sheet for 2 minutes. Then, use a thin spatula to transfer them to a cooling rack to cool completely..
- Using a large scoop, I had 26 cookies. If you make them small (regular size), you’ll have about 4 dozen. Use 2 cookie sheets. Allow the cookie sheet to cool off before placing second batch of dough on them. Never place cookie dough on a hot sheet.
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