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Cookie dough hot chocolate puts an even sweeter twist on your classic cup of hot chocolate. Topped off with whipped cream, chocolate chips, and mini chocolate chip cookies, this tasty cup of hot chocolate will warm you up on cold days.
Makes: 4 servings
4 tablespoons butter
½ cup brown sugar
1 pint cookie dough ice cream
5 cups milk
1 tablespoon cocoa powder
Mini chocolate chips
1 cup mini chocolate chip cookies
1 melted chocolate bar
Rim your mugs or glasses with chocolate. Dip the mugs in melted chocolate, only covering the rims. Let the chocolate harden for about 10-15 minutes.
Whisk the ice cream, butter, brown sugar, and cocoa powder in a large pot. Whisk over medium-high heat until the ice cream fully melts.
Pour in the milk. Stir in the milk with a whisk and mix until the mixture starts to steam.
Carefully pour the hot chocolate into the mugs.
Decorate the cookie dough hot chocolate. Top the hot chocolate with a dollop of whipped cream, mini chocolate chips, and mini chocolate chip cookies.
Serve immediately. Place the hot chocolate mugs on a serving tray next to a bowl of cookie dough. Enjoy!
You can also substitute water for milk.
For an extra chocolatey taste, add one pint of chocolate ice cream in with the cookie dough ice cream.
Squirt chocolate or vanilla syrup over the hot chocolate for a sweeter taste.
Take caution not to over-cook the hot chocolate mixture, or the ice cream will burn.
Avoid topping the hot chocolate with whipped cream when it’s extremely hot, or it will melt.
EditThings You’ll Need
4 mugs or heat-resistant glasses
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EditSources and Citations
http://www.bettycrocker.com/recipes/cookie-dough-cocoa/736e087a-685b-4c91-ba0e-4c5a76a32575 – research source