Chocolate Chip Mint Cookies

Chocolate Chip Mint Cookies

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Makes about 56 Cookies (tablespoon cookie dough each)

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*1 cup Butter, room temperature

*1 1/2 cups Granulated Sugar

*2 Eggs Room temperature

*1   1/2 teaspoons teaspoon Peppermint Extract

*1/2 teaspoon Sea Salt

*3 cups All- Purpose Flour

*2 teaspoons Baking Powder

*1 teaspoon Baking Soda

*2 teaspoons Cream of Tartar

*5-6 drops Green Food Coloring

*1   1/2 cups Semi-Sweet Chocolate Chips

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Cream together in a stand mixer, on low speed with the paddle attachment the sugar and butter. Then add peppermint, green food coloring and sea salt. Mix just until food color is mixed through out creamed mixture.

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Sift together in a bowl the dry ingredients: Flour, baking powder,baking soda and cream of tatar.

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Then add the dry ingredients 1/2 a cup at a time. Mix just until combined. Stir in by hand the chocolate chips.

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Using a tablespoon cookie scoop. Scoop cookie dough onto a Silpat covered 1/2 baking sheet.

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Bake cookies at 350*F. for 8- 10 minutes.

Recipe adapted from Friday Cake Night

Enjoy!

Lindy

 

Sombrero Cookies

How fun to make these cookies with your kids or grandchildren for Cinco de Mayo, home school project or any occasion.  Very Easy with purchased pre-made ingredients.

Sombrero Cookies

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*1 package Peanut Butter Cookies, purchased or homemade 3-4 inch cookies

*Milk Chocolate and/or Cream Cheese Frosting, like Betty Crocker

*Candy Dots/Gumdrops

*Colorful Rainbow Candy Sprinkles, Non Pareils, like Dallies Edible Decor

*Minis M & M’s or Baking M &M’s

*Decorating Bags with small tip or Plastic Zip Lock Bags with a small piece of corner snipped off for piping frosting onto cookies.

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Decorate by placing a small circle of frosting in the middle of the cookie and add a Dot candy to the center. Pipe the frosting in desired zigzag patters, slashes and piping as desired. Most of all just have fun.

Enjoy!

Lindy