Ok, these are the best ever! These rich chocolate cookies are a lot of fun to make and taste amazing! If you are craving something chocolate, making a batch of these Chocolate Crinkle Cookies will solve that.
Last month I hit my 4 year anniversary of blogging here at A Savory Feast! This recipe is one that I published in my very first month of blogging. Since then, I’ve learned so much and grown as a blogger.
I’ve been going through old recipes from the first couple years of A Savory Feast and updating them with all new photos. I came across this one the other day and knew I had to make it again.
With the holidays coming up, these are a must! They are so great for cookie exchanges or for serving at your parties.
These Chocolate Crinkle Cookies are a family recipe from my childhood. I grew up helping my mom make these!
I’m not sure where the recipe came from, but it’s one I copied down and took with me once I moved out on my own. I did some research and found that there are several variations of crinkle cookies that you can try, including a vanilla version and a ube version!
How to Make Chocolate Crinkle Cookies
The dough for these Chocolate Crinkle Cookies is made from scratch but simple to make! Once you get it mixed up, it needs to be refrigerated before baking.
The most difficult part of making these cookies is waiting while you refrigerate the dough! If you just can’t wait, I’ve found it works just as well to put the dough in the freezer for about 30 minutes.
After the dough is chilled, roll it into balls and then roll them in powdered sugar before placing on a baking sheet and baking.
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This post was originally published on A Savory Feast on December 13, 2013. The pictures and text have been updated but the recipe remains the same.