Cookie Chip Chocolates

Clumbsy Cookie’s Cookie Chip ChocolatesChocolate chip cookies must be the pinnacle of all cookies – or else why would we be willing to spend so much time dedicated to finding the ultimate chocolate chip cookie recipe? I suspect that some people are just in it for the chocolate and might be willing to forgo most of the actual cookie part if it meant more chips. The idea cookie for those of you who want to mazimize the chocolate-to-cookie ratio is the reverse chocolate chip cookie created by Clumbsy Cookie. Also known as “Cookie Chip Chocolates,” these cookie-shaped treats feature chocolate chip-sized cookies inside large chunks of melted chocolate.

To make these, you need very, very tiny cookies and a ton of chocolate. Mini Vanilla Wafer Cookies on their own are too big, even though the cookies themselves are small. Try making half-size cookies and using large spoonfuls of chocolate. If the cookies don’t turn out as pretty as the originals look (full disclosure: I tried these and mine weren’t so pretty), they’ll still taste awesome. CC opted for milk chocolate, but I would recommend a good bittersweet chocolate to balance the sweetness of the cookie chips.


  1. Oh my gosh! A girl in my high school used to make these and sell them, I swear I was her best customer!! (I just had my 20th high school reunion recently, and I remember these treats — that’s how much I love them!) Thanks for the trip down memory lane! Now I want to make them… :)

  2. what a clever idea! i always prefer the chocolate portion anyway, obviously. :)

  3. I made these a few days after Clumbsy Cookie came out with them. They are to die for! I had to hurry and give them away before I kept eating them. You can see a post of mine on my blog if you’d like
    Props to Clumbsy Cookie for an amazing treat. They are worth every minutes of piping out the little cookies! I froze lots more little cookies to use at another time, too!

  4. Glad you tried the real reverse ccc and liked them! Katrina’s were pretty cool as well! Cheers, Rita

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