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Chocolate Cookie Treat

Updated on August 5, 2012

Chocolate Cookie Treat

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This recipe is an easy, fun cookie treat that makes big or little cookie bars - depending on your preference.

You can use any cookie base you like. I have done it with chocolate chip, shortbread, sugar, and snickerdoodle dough. It works for any of them (my favorite is shortbread!)

Bake any kind of cookie bars you want.
Bake any kind of cookie bars you want.
Place chocolate bars on warm baked cookie.
Place chocolate bars on warm baked cookie.
Start in a corner and spread melted chocolate over cookie.
Start in a corner and spread melted chocolate over cookie.
Let cookie cool and chocolate harden.
Let cookie cool and chocolate harden.

Cook Time

Prep time: 15 min
Cook time: 25 min
Ready in: 40 min
Yields: depends on the size you cut the bars


  • 2 rolls cookie dough
  • 10-12 chocolate bars
  1. Spread cookie dough out in a jelly roll pan (or whatever size works for the amount of dough you have).
  2. Bake cookie dough according to package directions for bar cookies.
  3. When baked dough is taken out of the oven, place unwrapped chocolate bars on the warm dough.
  4. Wait about 10 minutes until chocolate is melted (chocolate holds its shape when melted, so you may need to test a piece out to see if it is spreadable).
  5. Spread melted chocolate over the cookie dough.
  6. Place cookie in fridge if you want a "hard set" chocolate. If not, leave cookie to cool on counter.
  7. Cut cookie into squares or bars, whatever you desire.

You can use any candy bar you would like on this. We have used Hershey's Chocolate bars, Nestle Krispy Bars, Chocolate with nuts, even a Snickers once (that was yummy!!).

If you would like to make this easy to remove from the pan in one piece, place foil under the cookie dough before you bake (have it hang over the sides so you can life the cooled cookie out of the pan). Then you can use a big knife to cut it up.

When you are cutting the bars, since the chocolate is in one big piece, cut carefully. Bringing the cookie to room temperature makes it easier to cut.


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    • Ronna Pennington profile image


      6 years ago from Arkansas

      I'd have never thought of this! It looks great! Trying it next weekend when we have company! YUM


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