The fact that there are so many recipes for chocolate cookies is a testament to the fact that they taste so great. And many delightful chocolate cookie recipes can be made in less than a half hour.See Popular Chocolate Cookies Recipes
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Prize-Winning Recipe 2007! Use sugar cookie mix as a quick-and-easy way to get to the classic New York cake-like cookie with distinctive half-moons of chocolate and vanilla frosting.
Toasted whole wheat flake cereal, pretzels and oats add texture and depth to chocolate and butterscotch treats.
From Betty's Soul Food Collection... Wrap up the fun with a chocolate twist on traditional Russian tea cakes. Surprise! There's chocolate in the center of each cookie.
Because there's butter in the cream filling, store these cookies in the refrigerator. For a minty touch, add a few drops of peppermint oil to the filling.
Honorable Mention - Contest Recipe 2007! Wow guests with elegant and easy cookies, thanks to Betty Crocker cookie mix and frosting.
Honorable Mention - Contest Recipe 2007! Rich double chocolate chunk cookie mix jump-starts a decadent and delicious bar.
Love deep, dark fudgy chocolate? Whip up a batch of cookies in no time.
Prize-Winning Recipe 2007! Bite into a crispy, chewy, spicy but mild chocolate cookie reminiscent of the classic Mexican hot chocolate drink.
Pastry chef Mathew Rice grew up loving an Oreo-like sandwich cookie called Murray Chocolate Cremes. In this homage, he creates a malty filling for milk-chocolate wafers by mixing butter and sugar with Ovaltine.
Prize-Winning Recipe 2009! Love hazelnut coffee? Create the same latte flavor in a deliciously easy, addictive chocolate cookie.
Rachel Thebault, owner of Tribeca Treats in New York City, has reimagined the humble Oreo as an indulgence that is spectacular as an afternoon snack or as the end to an elegant meal. She replaces the creamy center with gooey golden caramel and then dips the sandwich in rich dark chocolate.
Prize-Winning Recipe 2007! Here's a must-have, great-looking, fudgy candy cookie for any cookie tray.
This recipe produces enough dough to make roughly seven dozen cookies.
Fill the thin chocolate cookies with a homemade marshmallow mixture. Peppermint candies give these treats a holiday feel.
Make your own marshmallow mixture, then use it to top vanilla wafers. Dip in chocolate for an impressive holiday dessert.
Chocolate lovers will dream of these pillows once they taste the chocolate stuffed crisp-fried wonton wrappers. A drizzle of tart cherry sauce makes this dessert even more decadent.