How do I feel about this extreme, thick, chocolate, fudgy cookie that screams CHOCOLATE EXPLOSION?! I’m in chocolate heaven! …How long do we have? I could probably talk about these cookies all day long!…
Pssst…if you have a chocolate cookie obsession, you gotta check these Christmas Chocolate Crackle Cookies, these Intense Dark Chocolate Mocha Latte Cookies and these OMG! Thick & Chewy Mega ‘Chocolate Fix’ Cookies! The most popular chocolate cookie of the blog are these ‘Thick ‘n Fudgy’ Chocolate Explosion Cookies! You definitely need to bookmark those puppies!
How do I feel about happy little SPRINKLES on top of this moist and chewy double, chocolate chip, chocolate cookie? I FEEL HAPPY! :)
How do I feel about this ‘Turtle’ cookie adorned with salted caramel and pecans and heated up in the microwave?? Maybe even add a scoop or two of butter pecan ice cream? …OHHHH Have Mercy!!!
The options are endless what you can do to make these cookies with your favorite add-ins! Perfect for gifting on special occasions too!
You probably won’t be able to eat it all by yourself, OR can you? Let’s not wager..
But just in case…you’ll probably want to find a partner in crime to share with. 🙂
These cookies are GIANT HUGE!! Chocolate Lovers get ready, get set, goooooo!
Here’s the recipe!
- ½ cup butter
- 1 egg
- 1 tablespoon oil
- 1 teaspoon vanilla
- 1 box devil's chocolate cake mix
- 1 cup milk chocolate chips
- 1 cup dark chocolate chips
Preheat the oven to 350 degrees.
Beat the butter until smooth.
Add the egg,oil and vanilla and beat until combined.
Add the cake mix in a little at a time and beat slowly until just combined.
Stir in the dark and milk chocolate chips.
Divide and shape the dough into 4 large cookie dough balls and place on a baking sheet a few inches apart from each other. (If dough has sat out for awhile, I would recommend chilling in the fridge for a bit.)
Pat down the cookies a little, so they aren't completely round balls. Add reserved chocolate chips on tops of cookies until gone.
Bake for 2-14 minutes, (tops should not be wet) and upon removing from oven, let the cookies stand on sheet for two minutes, then cool on racks before serving.