Chocolate and mint are the perfect pair in this cookie recipe! Try these Andes Mint Chocolate Cookies this holiday season. A soft chocolate cookie with pieces of Andes candy inside, topped with a peppermint and white chocolate drizzle.
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The holiday season is my favorite time of year for many reasons, but baking is close to the top of the list!
This year I’ve created a new recipe that is already a favorite at my house. I’ve made several batches already! I’m sure these Andes Mint Chocolate Cookies will be a favorite of yours this holiday season, too.
Every year I join in with a group of blogging friends to share cookie recipes during The Sweetest Season Cookie Exchange. If you are looking for some new recipes to try this year, you’ve come to the right place! Be sure to check out all the cookie recipes here. We will be adding to this list throughout the week.
Alright, let’s talk more about these cookies now!
Peppermint and chocolate is one of my favorite combinations for holiday desserts. It works perfectly in this cookie!
This recipe start with a soft, rich chocolate cookie. It’s studded with Andes baking pieces (find them in the baking aisle!) and topped with a fancy peppermint and white chocolate drizzle.
These beautiful cookies are sure to impress, whether you make them for a cookie exchange, holiday party, or to give as gifts.
You don’t have to be an artist to create a pretty drizzle, either. I scooped my melted chocolate into a piping bag and used that to create a neat drizzle. But if you want to save time, drizzle using a spoon or a whisk.
I’ve found that this recipe is so easy to double or triple, so it’s great for bringing to a Christmas cookie exchange.
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I’ve lost count of how many times I’ve made this recipe! My friends and family request it all the time.
How to Make these Andes Mint Chocolate Cookies Gluten Free
These cookies can easily be made gluten free if you need to! I used the same amount (1 cup) of Bob’s Red Mill Gluten Free All Purpose Baking Flour instead of the regular flour called for in the recipe. I didn’t change any other ingredients. They tasted almost exactly the same!