These Chocolate Peppermint Kiss Crinkle Cookies are a classic crinkle cookie recipe topped with a peppermint kiss making it a delicious holiday cookie.
Hello there! This is Katie from The Casual Craftlete blog. The holiday season is upon us and I can't be more excited for this time of year. Today, I am sharing an easy Chocolate Peppermint Kiss Crinkle Cookies recipe that is perfect for Christmas and cookie exchanges. These chocolate crinkle cookies are a cake like cookie topped with a tasty peppermint kiss. This cookie recipe is easy, delicious, and pretty to look at!
Christmas is all about the holiday baking at my house. I love to put on a Christmas Pandora channel and get my bake on in my tiny kitchen. I have made these chocolate crinkle cookies before and this year I am making them a bit more festive by adding a peppermint kiss to the center of each cookie. These cookies are not only pretty but the are so good!
The cake-like cookie dough is made with both wet and dry ingredients, Once all of the ingredients all well-combined, chill the dough in the refrigerator for 2 hours. This will let the dough firm up to prepare for shaping into balls. My holiday baking just got a dose of Christmas goodness with these North Pole Measuring Spoons. You can find these cute Santa Measuring Spoons in Barn Owl Primitives kitchen decor section here.
Once the dough is chilled and firm, you need to form the cookies. I used a small round cookie scoop to scoop out 2 dozen balls. Place each ball in a bowl of powdered sugar and roll the balls to coat the outside. Placed the balls on cookies sheets that are lined with parchment paper. Bake in a preheated 350 degree oven for 10 to 12 minutes or until the cookies crackle. Remove cookies and place a peppermint kiss candy in the center of each cookie. Cool on cookie sheets for 2 minutes, then transfer to a cooling rack.
Chocolate Peppermint Kiss Crinkle Cookies Ingredients:
This recipe makes 2 dozen cookies.
Thank you so much for letting me share my Chocolate Peppermint Kiss Crinkle Cookies recipe. It was a pleasure to be here on Barn Owl Primitives today! I hope you stop by my blog, The Casual Craftlete for more great recipes and easy DIY's|craft project ideas.
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