One of our holiday parties, I decided to make one cookie dough that I could make three different flavor combinations to compliment a festive cookie tray for an office holiday party. You can’t go wrong with cookies, can you?
So basically, all I did was make one delicious chocolate cookie dough, then bake and cool the cookies, Then I divided the cookie batches into 3. Each of them have different frosting and topping combinations that are definitely, popular and traditional flavors of the Christmas season that we all love. (There is also the option in the recipe to make a full batch of cookies of one kind if you want to stick to one.)
The flavors? Hot Chocolate, Cookies and Cream and Peppermint! Oh Yes!
Chewy, double chocolate cookies infused with dark cocoa and dark chocolate chips that are amazing naked, without frostings and toppings, but it’s the holidays! *Bling-Bling*
These soft and chewy chocolate cookies are perfect for cookie exchanges, holiday gatherings or on a cold night with a cup of cocoa. AND…I know for a fact that Santa does love these cookies! He’s had them all!
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So…here we’ll start with #1
#1. Hot Chocolate Marshmallow Vanilla Buttercream Frosted Cookies
I dearly love hot chocolate! It’s a definite family favorite and what kid doesn’t like hot chocolate with whipped cream and marshmallows and some chocolate sprinkle embellishment.
#2. Double Chocolate Cookies and Cream Cookies
The cookies have a tempting chocolate cream cheese buttercream frosting with generous sprinkles of chopped Oreos on top. It’s a Chocoholics dream!
#3. Peppermint Buttercream Cookies
I love to use buttercream on these kind of cookies. It’s smooth and creamy and after it’s set, you can store them until you’re ready to place on a cookie tray and/or ready to devour!