This is the best time of the year, and by that, we mean the season for cookies. Although I love cookies all year round, they are so delicious this time of year, and I always like to come up with new gifts to add to my friends and neighbors cookie boxes. As much as I was obsessed with my slice and baking cookies since last year, I was looking forward to making a chocolate cookie that would satisfy my sweet coconut tooth. Put the hazelnut chocolate cookies cooked in muffin tin. Yes, you are right!
As usual, I started experimenting with recipes and along the way, I tried different ingredients. Although the taste of the chocolate was excellent, it was when I baked the cakes in a muffin pot, the texture of which varied. So, let me be real with you, and be comfortable here with what my cookie meaning is. These small chocolate bars sit between a brownie and a cookie. It has a nice exterior that I love from any excellent chocolate cookie with a soft and slightly soft cake inside it that sounds like a brownie.
The cold chocolate on top made my dad ask if I was making cookies that added to the conversation on the top of my cookie box. After much thought, here’s what I can say: this is the best. You can’t eat just one, and the recipients of your cookie box thank you.
If you have never cooked a cake in a muffin pot, then let me enlighten you. Many of you will remember the craving for a cup of cookies baking chocolate cookies and filling them with milk, I didn’t want to go the cup way this time. But if you really want to, you can. Although it may seem strange, using a tin of muffin makes the heat more palatable than just cooking them on a tray. This also means the edge of the extra chewy is located all the time I love every part of the cookie. You bet I will be looking to cook all my future cake recipes in muffin tins from now on.
Now let’s talk about taste. This is human chocolate. Very tasty and additive chocolate with hazelnut on top. My anointing? A delicious hazelnut chocolate, Ferrero Rocher who is given many gifts this time of year. It’s such a delicious mix that I felt good baking a cake in honor of a high holiday.
To make matters worse, I added salt to the fudgey, silky salted frosting. You need a little spice to reduce saccharine, and it gives off a chocolate flavor. If you want to add a little more, add the Ferrero Rocher chocolate on top of the cookies.
These cookies are super simple, high-quality chocolate, and a delicious addition to your holiday cookie to share with your friends this season. It is the perfect and special treat to cook on any holiday. Happy cooking!