Sunday, December 04, 2011

Peppermint Chocolate Chip Cookies & Happy Sunday!

Hello my dearest friends!

I am so happy that it is Sunday.  It is the one day of the week where I have a chance to fill my spiritual bucket and forget about everything that is on my mind during the week.  I hope you are all having a very peaceful Sunday, too!

I promised that I would share the BEST Peppermint Chocolate Chip Cookie recipe EVER!  Can you believe that I actually made it up?  I'm totally not bragging but am in shock that I could make up any recipe remembering back to the first week of my marriage where I couldn't even cook rice!!  LOL!  I've come a long way, that is for sure!

Peppermint White Chocolate Chip Cookies

1 cup  butter (cream)
1 cup white sugar (add, mix)
1 cup brown sugar (add, mix)
1 tsp vanilla (add, mix)
2 eggs (add, mix)
2 1/2 cups white flour
1/2 tsp baking soda
1 tsp baking powder
(Mix well)
1 bag white morsels (mix)
1 bag pepperment crunch (peppermint bark available at Walmart in the Seasonal baking isle)
Mix.

Spray pan with cooking spray.  Bake in a preheated 350 oven for 11-12 minutes.  Do not overbake.





Enjoy!!

39 comments:

  1. This baking kick you're on is awesome. I'm loving it!

    Dorcas

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  2. Can't wait to try. Thanks for sharing. Have a wonderful Sunday.

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  3. Sounds and Looks so good. I will have to try this out. Watch out Betty Crocker her comes My Pink Stamper! :)

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  4. thanks for sharing the details.... i think i will make some of these...
    ava

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  5. Thanks for sharing, Robyn! Those look super yummy - I'm definitely going to have to try them!

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  6. they look delicious I will try this recipe one of these days

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  7. oh so right to my pinterest to try these out.
    Thanks for sharing.

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  8. Yummy-licious! I can't wait to try these. I made your cupcakes with peppermint frosting last nite & they were deee-lish! Thanks for sharing all your recipes with us!

    Diana
    leeleecarddesigns.blogspot.com

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  9. sounds awesome, white chocolate and peppermint - I'm all over it - thanks for the recipe.

    Linda

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  10. These look so stinkin' good!! And the best part? I have everything to make these on-hand except for the peppermint. Looks like I better get to baking!!!

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  11. Got some of the supplies, now to check to see if I have everything else. This sounds too good not to make :)
    Thanks for the recipe
    Chris

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  12. awe you go cant wait to try em thanks for sharing

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  13. Oh my these look so Yummy! I just made a batch of the Cookies & Cream cookies that I found on Pinterest. They are so good, but you need a glass of milk ;)

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  14. Definetely going to try this recipe.I love peppermint bark chocolate! Thanks for sharing!

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  15. Yummy you are awesome Robyn, Baking, Crafty your a great mom. I will be trying these cookies and the cupcakes were amazing Thank you for sharing with us

    Shanna

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  16. I have everything to make the cookies cant wait. I post them when im done. Ya what so silly is I had the Pepperimnt Bark Already. lol

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  17. I love making cookies! These look great! Thanks for sharing the recipe with us - my kids and I will try it out right away.

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  18. These are definitely going into Christmas cookie rotation this year! They sound great

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  19. Wow, they look awesome! I will try those. Good job!

    Leslie

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  20. Okay so I thought I had everything. Q: What do you mean by butter Cream. To use Butter Cream or to milt butter into a cream.

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  21. They look yummy. I use Parchment Paper on my baking sheets so no spraying is necessary.
    Melissa
    "Sunshine HoneyBee"
    http://CreatedbySunshineHoneyBee.blogspot.com

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  22. LOL, Robyn, you remind me of when I was first married. My mom wouldn't let us in the kitchen (I'm the 7th of 9 kids) so I had no idea how to cook. I followed the recipe directions to cook spaghetti noodles and clearly didn't cook them long enough. I cried back then, almost 28 years ago, thinking we would starve, but now it makes me laugh. Oh, the memories, lol.

    Mary R.
    Chattanooga, TN

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  23. OH JUST LOOKING AT THIS PIC MAKES ME HUNGRY..LOL...I AM GOING TO BAKE THESE WITH MY GRANDKIDS...THEY LOOK SO YUMMY!!!!!

    MICKEY

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  24. These look amazing!! I can't wait to try your recipes. They look so great. Thanks for sharing!

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  25. Your cookies look so delicous! I cannot wait to try these! :) Thanks so much for sharing! Have a wonderful day! lindagk23ataoldotcom

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  26. thank you for sharing the recipe -it's my week next Sunday to bake cookies for the visitors - so thank you!! doris
    parkernana5@cox.net

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  27. Thanks for the receipes! I used the Pepperment Frosting receipe last week on some french vanilla cupcakes and YUM-MO!Hubby is bringing some co-workers home for lunch today so I just might make a batch of these cookies for dessert.

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  28. Thanks for sharing your recipes...I am sharing them with my mom too...lol I made the Red velvet cupcake recipe already and my girls loved it!!!

    These cookies look yummy so I saved the recipe to try sometime soon...thx Robin.

    KarenT :)

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  29. Those really look yummy Robyn. You're turning into a baking sensations. Smooches... Felicia

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  30. looks delish! happy birthday to your 5-yr-old!!

    Jamie
    http://oohlalapaperie.blogspot.com

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  31. These cookies sound fabulous! I LOVE how you show recipe pictures!! Thanks! :)

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  32. Cookies look great...I overcook boiling water...go figure...lol.

    Thanks for the recipe...may have to try for dh...loves peppermint and chocolate.

    Happy Holidays!
    Dee B

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  33. YUMMY! Oh my yummy goodness! Did I say yummy? I can't wait to try this at home for my family!!! (My husband is a peppermint FREAK!)Thanx, Robyn! Take care!

    LLeMay2007@gmail.com

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  34. These sound amazing! I am going to try making something like this on Saturday. I will blog about it and shout you out for the idea!

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  35. I see a cook book in the future for you. Yummy!!!
    DIANA L.
    http://dianamlarson.blogspot.com

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  36. Robyn, I knew you were a great stamper, scrapbooker, and mom - but now baking! i just made your recipe for the cookies and they are wonderful! Definitely a new holiday fav! TFS!
    Barb in Gainesville

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  37. I always try something new during the Christmas season, think this will be it this year. Thanks!

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  38. Thanks for sharing this Robyn! I made 2 batches (6 dozen yield per batch) for a cookie swap and they came out amazing. So easy to do too, except I made my own peppermint crunch by crumbling mini candy canes with my rolling pin.

    Merry Christmas!
    Steflily@msndotcom

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  39. hi robin! made a batch of your cookies as gifts for some co-workers, they were AMAZING!! thank you so much for sharing your recipe!

    merry christmas!

    - jamiewong09@gmail.com

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