I found this last year in the "Taste of Home" magazine. They were an instant hit and left everyone craving more. Excellent for Valentines especially, but they are good any time of the year. I dip them in the milk chocolate and drizzle white - though the recipe calls for it the other way, you can chose to reverse the amounts between white and milk chocolate chips according to your taste.
These are so fudgy and chewy they almost melt in your mouth. I was looking for a low-fat chocolate cookie but never expected to find something this good. These make me feel like I'm in chocaholic's heaven! I found these online, but they're originally from a Karo pamphlet.
I see there is another recipe similar to this on here, but it is a bit more complicated than mine, calls for more ingredients and is a bit harder to make. So I thought I'd post my own version too, since I happen to be quite fond of it! Found this in my mom's "Feed Me I'm Yours" cookbook, 1978. Great cookie for kids - chalk full of whole grain, fruit and protein!
I found the basic idea for the cookie cups in July/August 2005 TOH's "QUICK COOKING". The original recipe was by Rachel Blackstone. I played around with this till I got what I wanted. Chocolate, cream cheese, and chocolate chip cookies--what more could you want? Posted August 30th 2005.
I was a bit skeptical of this 3-ingredient recipe, but curious enough to try it. This was certainly a case where curiosity paid off--these are wonderful little cookies! The recipe was published in Food & Wine's 6th edition of "Best of the Best-The best recipes from the 25 best cookbooks of the year". It was taken from Rozanne Gold's "Desserts 1-2-3". (Be sure to use the self-rising cake flour called for, not self-rising all-purpose flour.)