Chocolate Sno-Cap Cookies

I made these yummy cookies with the help of Kayleigh Rust! She lended her baking advice as well as some elbow grease to get these cookies made. As you can tell by the pictures, these are not your average cookies. First of all, they are huge and super moist and decadent. I hope you enjoy these cookies as much as Kayleigh and I did!

You’ll need:

Cookies:

2 sticks of butter
1¼ cup sugar
2 eggs
½ cup cocoa powder
2¼ cups all-purpose flour
¼ tsp. coarse salt
1 tsp. baking powder

Frosting:

Powered Sugar

Vanilla

Preheat oven to 350 degrees.


Mix butter and sugar. If you have a mixer you can use that, otherwise this might take a few minutes. Make sure they are blended well.

Next, add cocoa and eggs until well mixed.

Now, add the rest of the dry ingredients and mix until it looks like this.

Kayleigh came up with the genius idea to use an ice cream scooper, which gave the cookies that awesome shape. Beware, this will yield large cookies!

The cookies are ready to go in the oven. About 12-15minutes but keep and eye on them.

While the cookies were baking, we whipped up this homemade frosting. Mix powered sugar, tablespoon of water and teaspoon of vanilla.

When the cookies come out, drizzle the frosting over the cookies. We did this while they were still warm. They smelled so good, we couldn’t wait any longer!

Here’s the finished product! Quite delicious and will keep for a few days in a tupperwear. Enjoy!

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