Whip It Up Wednesday: Christmas Cookie Sticks

I saw this idea on Pinterest from Creations by Kara and knew immediately I must try it!  I just loved the idea of a cookie stick.  Not only is it something out of the ordinary, but I mean… you can dunk it in milk, hot chocolate or coffee y’all!  Is that not perfection!?  Maybe we should call them cookie dunkers!?

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This is just a basic chocolate chip cookie recipe, so just use your favorite one.  I often use the one on the back of the Nestle Toll House chocolate chips bag, but I’m sure any would work.  You could also just use a sugar cookie recipe since you are adding the chocolate drizzle.  I also thought you may could even just use a Pillsbury dough log.  I may try that next time.

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You just have to flatten the dough out and roll as best as you can into a rectangle.  Make sure you cover your surface area and roller lightly with flour so your dough isn’t sticking to everything.  Cut off the edges to make it a perfect rectangle.  I used a pizza cutter to make the rectangle and cut the sticks.  Once you place  them on your cookie sheet, place your pan in the freezer for 5-10 minutes before baking.  This will help your cookies keep their shape and not spread as bad.

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I used milk chocolate and white chocolate almond bark for the drizzle.  I melted both in the microwave and placed them in separate ziploc bags.  Cut the tip and drizzle.  Just do a few at a time because you want to immediately add your sprinkles so they stick.

IMG_1560I hope you try it and love it as much as we did!  You guys have the best Wednesday!

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