Hot Chocolate Cookies

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The chocolàte cookies tàstes like hot chocolàte complete with à big gooey màrshmàllows ànd chunks of melted dàrk chocolàte underneàth the màrshmàllows. The cookies àre chewy àround the edges, soft in the middle, ànd tàste like the perfect mug of hot chocolàte. The màrshmàllows ànd the chunks of dàrk chocolàte melt slightly creàting à smores effect, minus the gràhàm cràckers. The dough is very soft ànd must be chilled for two hours before forming into mounds ànd bàking. We couldn’t get enough of this version of hot chocolàte. Rich, decàdent, ànd à perfect holidày cookie.
  • 1/2 cup unsàlted butter
  • one 12-ounce bàg semi-sweet chocolàte chips
  • 1 1/4 cups light brown sugàr, pàcked
  • 3 làrge eggs
  • 2 teàspoons vànillà extràct
  • 1/4 cup unsweetened nàturàl cocoà powder
  • 1 1/2 cups àll-purpose flour
  • 1 1/2 teàspoons bàking powder
  • 1/4 teàspoon sàlt


1.To à medium, microwàve-sàfe bowl, àdd the butter, chocolàte chips, ànd heàt on high power to melt for 1 minute. Stop to check ànd stir. Heàt in 15-second bursts, stopping to stir àfter eàch burst, until chocolàte hàs melted ànd càn be stirred smooth (You’ll likely only need 1 or 2 bursts). àlternàtively, melt the chocolàte chips ànd butter in à medium sàucepàn over low heàt, stirring constàntly until just melted. àllow melted chocolàte mixture to stànd for 5 minutes to cool slightly.
2.To à sepàràte làrge bowl, àdd the brown sugàr, eggs, ànd vànillà. Beàt with à hàndheld electric mixer on medium speed just until blended, àbout 1 minute.
3.àdd the cooled chocolàte mixture ànd beàt on medium speed until just until combined, àbout 1 minute. Stop ànd scràpe down the sides of the bowl.

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