RECIPE ALERT: Chocolate Dipped Crescent Cookies
Thanksgiving is coming up soon, and you’re most likely wondering what to bake to celebrate the holiday. Pie is predictable, and you’re searching for something unique. Enter: crescent-dipped chocolate chip cookies using Doughp’s edible cookie dough as a base!
Order cookie delivery ahead of time (we ship Monday through Wednesday), set aside some of that no bake cookie dough to eat straight out of the carton (don’t worry, we won’t tell anyone!), and get to work on this easy-peasy-lemon-squeezy recipe.
CHOCOLATE DIPPED CHOCOLATE CHIP CRESCENT COOKIE RECIPE
8 oz. Ride or Die Doughp
Chocolate of your choice (white, milk, or dark)
Toppings/fillings of your choice - ideas at the end!
1. Heat the oven to 350 degrees. Roll Ride or Die into crescents, then bake for 11-13 minutes. Let cool completely.
2. Microwave chocolate for 45 seconds in 15-second intervals.
3. Pull cookies out of the oven. Let cool, then dip in melted chocolate.
4. Refrigerate for two hours. Pull out of the fridge and devour.
If you’re feeling a little wild and crazy, kick this easy cookie recipe up a notch or five! Here are some topping ideas to really bring it all to the next level.
- Crushed nuts complement the chocolate: try adding nuts to the dipping chocolate before refrigerating. For a sweet and salty twist, try peanuts. You can also add walnuts and pecans for that nutty, earthy taste in each bite.
- Pulverize dried strawberries to create a course powder and sprinkle on the chocolate coating before refrigerating.
- Thanksgiving is the start of the holiday season, and what’s more appropriate than cinnamon? Sprinkle a little cinnamon and sugar on top of the chocolate prior to refrigerating for a comforting, holiday-inspired bite.
- If this chocolate chip cookie dough isn’t sweet enough for you, which is totally fair, finely chop up candies such as Reeses, Snickers, and/or Kit Kats. Sprinkle these pieces onto the chocolate coating before refrigerating. Candy on cookies!? Hell. Yeah.