Anyhow, I had made chocolate centre cookies (you know, with hard chocolate in the middle of the top of the cookie) a few weeks ago, and boy, did they wind up taking more energy than I was expecting. So I tried to figure out ways to reduce the time/expenditure factor. I was mainly angling towards a bar cookie approach when inspiration struck: if you drizzle in the marble when creating marble cake, why not do the same for cookie dough?
People, I must have eaten at least ten of them today. So simple, healthy, and darn it, way too delish. I thought I would share the glory. :) Here's all you do:
- Take your favourite basic cookie dough recipe.
- Melt chocolate chips or use (like I do) a cocoa substitute.
- Drizzle the melted chocolate over the cookie dough.
- Marble the chocolate evenly into the dough. Avoid over-mixing.
- Shape into cookies.