It has been too long since I have posted a cookie recipe. It has actually has been less than a month. I posted a chocolate peanut butter cookie for one recipe in early July. You can't have too many cookie recipes though.
I have lots of delicious cookie recipes. This year I have made caramel-filled chocolate cookies, chocolate cookies with peanut butter chips and a miniature peanut butter cup, peanut butter and jelly chocolate chip cookies, sugar cookies with coconut grass and chocolate eggs, and chocolate chip cookies stuffed with Milk Duds.
This year I have also made cherry double chocolate cookies, chocolate cookies with mini M and M candies, chocolate chip cookies blossoms, triple chocolate blossoms, and Millionaires' shortbread bars.
Last year I made cowboy cookies, chai spiced pumpkin chocolate chip cookies, candy cookies, caramel filled chocolate chocolate chip cookies, chocolate chip cookie brownies, butterscotch cookies with butterscotch chips, chocolate chip cookies with bacon, and chocolate cookies with mini peanut butter cups, among many others.
Some old but delicious cookies are chocolate blueberry chocolate chips cookies, brown butter and apricot oatmeal cookies, graham cracker and oatmeal cookies, bacon chocolate chip biscotti, chocolate sugar cookies bars with peanut butter frosting, chocolate chunk cranberry oatmeal cookies, and chocolate mint cookies. I have posted on many, many cookie recipes on this blog.
I found this chocolate Nutella cookie recipe on a blog called Simply Recipes. I made it as directed.
The ingredients are 1 1/2 sticks butter, 3/4 cup brown sugar, 3/4 cup white sugar, 1 cup Nutella, 1/2 teaspoon vanilla, 2 eggs, 2 cup and 2 tablespoon all-purpose flour, 1/4 cup cocoa powder, 1/2 teaspoon baking soda, 1/2 teaspoon salt, and 1 cup chocolate chips.
I added the butter, brown sugar, and white sugar into a bowl. I creamed the brown sugar and butters together for a few minutes.
I beat in the Nutella.
I beat in the vanilla and eggs.
I added the flour, baking soda, salt, and cocoa powder. I mixed in the dry ingredients.
I mixed in the chocolate chips.
I placed mounds of dough two inches apart from each other on a baking sheet lined with a silicon baking mat.
I baked the cookies for ten to eleven minutes at 350 degrees.
I let the cookies cool a few minutes on the baking sheet before having them cool completely on a wire rack.
These were scrumptious cookies.
They were rich, chocolatey, and sweet.
The cookies were soft and chewy on the inside and a little crisp on the edges.
The Nutella was a little more subtle than I expected. It was present but not as obvious. I would have preferred a stronger Nutella flavor.
Regardless, they were decadent and toothsome.
They were decadent and delicious.
I enjoyed these cookies immensely. I would definitely make them again.