I love chocolate and cookies so when I decided to try out a new recipe guess what kind I made? You’re right! It’s my newest favorite and I call it my Chocolate Kiss Cookie! It’s the perfect holiday treat and it’s even Santa approved too! Check it out and see what you think.
I’ve been dying to bake some cookies for a couple of weeks now. I was recently sent out some fabulous new Heirloom Cookie Sheets, to try out, and my baking world was turned upside down because of it! These 100% stainless steel cookie sheets are indestructible and they guarantee it! This family business has been around for 30 years and here’s what you need to know about them.
• Cookies bake extremely evenly and brown without burning
• Made of high quality, untreated, stainless steel, this cookie sheet is dishwasher safe
• Versatile, use it also to broil your foods with easy clean-up
• Ultra-sturdy and rust-resistant, you’ll never need to buy another cookie sheet
• All sheets are Made in the USA and backed with a Limited Lifetime Warranty
I had a fun time testing this wonderful cookie sheet out while doing some Christmas cookie baking recently. Here it is above pictured in my Christmas Kitchen! I have a BONUS for you too because for the whole month of December 2014 you can use the code – PKG2014 at the Heirloom Cookie Sheets website and get 15% off your package order.
Now back to my Triple Chocolate Cake Mix Kiss Cookies –
1 box of chocolate cake mix, any brand
1/3 C. of vegetable oil
24 unwrapped Hershey’s Kisses
#1. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees and line your baking sheets with parchment paper if you’re not using this cookie sheet.
#2. Combine the cake mix and oil and egg, mixing well. Place the cookie in the fridge 15-20 minutes to set up a bit.
#3. Pour the chocolate sprinkles out on the plate. Remove the dough from the fridge and use a cookie scoop to make 1” balls. Use your hands to make the balls perfectly round. Roll the balls in the chocolate sprinkles and place on the baking sheets about 2” a part.
#4. Repeat until you’ve use all the dough. Bake 8-10 minutes.
#5. Upon removing the cookies from the oven, place one Hershey’s Kiss directly in the center of each cookie.
Allow the cookies to cool several hours prior to storing them.
*Makes approximately 2 dozen cookies.
I think these cookies would be the perfect thing to bring to my cookie exchange this year. And what do you think about that cookie sheet? I know I will never bake cookies on anything else! So my brain is officially on chocolate mode right now and I’m wondering about something. Don’t you think the triple threat of chocolate makes these cookies sound too irresistible to pass up? I thought so too! Also, have you ever tried making cookies with a cake mix yet? I think it really simplifies things for easy holiday baking, don’t you?