Kiss Cookies

Mmm chocolate on chocolate. If you're a cocoa fan like myself, you'll love these. And they're super simple to whip together.

I used this recipe from the Curvy Carrot, and the only modification I made was adding about a teaspoon of pumpkin pie spice to the dough to bring out the cocoa flavor.

Here's the star of the show: the Hershey's kiss. In dark, milk, and hug variety. I actually hate white chocolate, but I thought the hugs would look cute. Plus, I made these for my coworkers and I assumed (correctly) that some of them would like white chocolate.

And of course, my favorite, sprinkles. Lots of em.

Once the dough was made, I let it chill in the freezer for a few minutes to make it more workable and then rolled into tablespoon sized balls. I rolled each ball in sprinkles...

... and then pushed my thumb in them to make an indentation. They baked at 375 degrees for 8 minutes.

While they were in the oven, I unwrapped my kisses. As soon as the cookies came out, on went a kiss (or hug)!

These were yummy. The cocoa gives them a nice dark flavor, and they stayed soft throughout the next day (the cookies weren't around after that, so I can't vouch for their long-term softness).

One hint: don't try to make these on a 95 degree day before you've put in your AC units. My dough (and chocolate kisses) were getting constantly gooey, making rotations in the fridge necessary.


  1. Dieters all over America hate you right now. These look so good!!

  2. They are so easy to make too! And honestly, if you can have just one, not TOO bad for you.


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