Take a bite of the rich, creamy taste of your favorite coffee drink in these White Chocolate Mocha Cookies!
I don’t know what my problem has been lately, but I feel like I’ve hardly baked anything for the past few months. Maybe it’s blogger burnout or laziness or I don’t know what. Don’t get me wrong. We haven’t been skipping dessert, but we’ve been eating ice cream, chocolate caramels, or store-bought cookies. (Have you tried many store-bought gluten-free cookies? I swear they are better than the regular ones!)
It doesn’t help that Costco recently brought back my absolute favorite candies by Sanders. I bought these there years ago, fell in love, and have been checking back for them pretty much every single time I go to Costco for the past three or four years. FINALLY, they brought them back recently. I bought two jars, but I feel like I should have bought more and hoarded them. Although $10 is a really good deal for the jar, spending $50 on five of them at once seemed a little extravagant.
Despite being flush with salted chocolate caramels, I recently started missing baking and eating homemade desserts, muffins, and the like, so I decided to bake some cookies. These mocha cookies definitely hit the spot and got me excited about baking again! They have a prominent coffee flavor, chewy texture, and chunks of creamy white chocolate. The only way to make these mocha cookies better is to enjoy them with a cup of coffee. Um, yes, I might have a problem. I even have a whole Pinterest board just for coffee! Check it out if you are a caffeine lover like me.
Of course, if you’re a coffee lover, you’ll also want to try out this cookie recipe. I know you’re going to love it!
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