Barefoot Contessa 55 – Chocolate White Chocolate Chunk Cookies

I can’t believe it’s been over six months since I last made an Ina recipe! Wow, time sure does fly!! This is also a quick post because things have been quite busy for me the last couple of weeks. But I did get a chance to get some baking in. I needed something quick and easy and thanks to streaming services I found the perfect recipe!

I first became interested in making these chocolate cookies while binge-watching some old episodes of Barefoot Contessa on Discovery+. In one of the episodes, Ina made these GIANT cookies for ice cream sandwiches.

Now, I didn’t want or have a need to make ice cream sandwiches, but I could always use cookies! So, that was the bake last week.

I made half the batch and the cookies were loved by all who enjoyed them. Though large and somewhat flat (more like crisps), these chocolate and white chocolate cookies are rich and decadent. When I gifted some to my friend, she did use them for ice cream sandwiches and said they were divine! Perhaps, I’ll make another batch and see if my results come out just as good as Ina’s and my friend’s.

A little tip, though. If you do decide to make these, they do go stale rather quickly. I’d recommend putting a slice of bread in the container and replacing it each morning. That’ll help prevent them from turning crumbly too quickly.

I only have one picture of the finished product and it doesn’t do the cookies justice. So, you’ll just have to take my word for it.


3 thoughts on “Barefoot Contessa 55 – Chocolate White Chocolate Chunk Cookies

    1. Hi there!
      I don’t use Pinterest, sorry. The recipe can be found in Ina’s cookbook entitled “Barefoot Contessa Parties!” Thanks for reading and a have a good day!!


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