The classic blossom cookie gets a new look with double the chocolate and a healthy dose of sprinkles. I doubt anyone will complain.
The cookie drought is over!! Not that I haven’t been indulging in cookies all this time but it has been over 3 months since the last time I posted a cookie recipe. I may need to see a doctor about that because that is very unlike me. Granted, I thought about baking cookies on several occasions but I was lacking inspiration as to what kind to make. Being that this is my 172nd cookie recipe, I think it’s okay for me to get stumped every once in awhile.
While my go-to is creating different flavor variations of my perfectly chewy chocolate chip cookies, I feel like I’ve covered that one pretty well and instead made a cookie variety that has not gotten enough loving on my blog. This is the 7th spiffy blossom cookie! Thumbprints are actually even more underrepresented coming in at a measly 3 recipes. But they both fall under the same concept of a cookie with something smushed into the middle post-baking.
These are double chocolate blossoms which were rolled in sprinkles prior to baking and then had a Hershey’s kiss pressed into the center. While you can use any flavor kiss, I opted for the vanilla cream filled ones. Why? Honestly, because it’s what I had in my stash. Sometimes it’s fun to take stock of my pantry and come up with tasty treats using ingredients I already own. And it beats running to the grocery store for 2 items ;-).
Disclosure: I was provided with complimentary product from the Honduras Chocolare Company, but was not required to write this post. I used this product of my own accord. All thoughts and opinions are my own.