Martha Stewart’s spicy chocolate cookies are the best holiday treats – SheKnows

We’ve always believed the best cookies are the super moist ones, and if you’re looking for another cookie recipe to add to your party table, look no further because we’ve found the perfect recipe for you. Presentation: Spicy chocolate cookies from Martha Stewart. The rich cocoa flavor and a surprising touch of subtle spices using cayenne pepper and cinnamon is sure to please everyone (and a recipe your family will be asking you time and time again). These pastries have all the flavors that will make your taste buds sing and dance, and they’re perfect to whip up and enjoy while on vacation.

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“Save a VIP spot in your holiday cookie tin for these sparkling beauties. Frosty host @ moll_doll23 created these spicy chocolate cookie treats that are sure to be the stars of your holiday baking. “A rich cocoa flavor, a smooth chew, pools of melted chocolate, cinnamon and cayenne for that nice little kick and crunch of being rolled in Demerara sugar. »Take the complete recipe on the link in the bio! #regram via @ moll_doll23 ″ Stewart wrote on Instagram.

These melt-in-your-mouth cookies are practically begging to be on our plates. While these cookies are extremely chewy, there is an extra crunch that just rolled in Demerara sugar. Does it sound delicious? We agree.

Stewart’s recipe is extremely easy to follow, and shockingly enough, these cookies can be made in three quick steps. In addition, the chef notes that these candies can be prepared and stored in an airtight container at room temperature for up to a week.

To prepare them, you will need to roll the dough into 1-inch balls, then roll them in turbinado sugar to coat. Note: you will want to cook them until the surfaces crack slightly.

Get Martha Stewart’s Spicy Chocolate Cookie Recipe.

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