Sugar Cookies

This easy recipe is there to make your regular cookies fancy and delicious. Either since it is holiday season or simply because you want to jazz up your cookies this is the best way to do it. You know usually when you get basic cookies and dip in chocolate sauce they turn from basic to bougie. I am using sugar cookies because the flavour just works so well with chocolate. Almost anything in this world is just better with some chocolate isn’t it? Without further ado let’s get in to the recipe. The recipe takes about an hour.


1 roll sugar cookie dough
1 cup chocolate chips
Canola oil spray
Any topping you prefer (I like using almond flakes)


Preheat the oven over 350 degrees. Slice dough into 1 /2-inch slices. Place 2 inches apart on ungreased cookie sheets. Let it bake about 10 to 12 minutes until you can see the it is fully set, and the edges start to turn to a light golden brown. Let Cool for approximately 2 minutes remove from cookie sheets and transfer the cookies to a cooling rack. Let the cookies cool down completely. at least 15 minutes. Spray some canola oil on to a microwave safe bowl. Put the chocolate chips in the bowl and set the microwave settings on high and heat for 30 seconds and stir. Continue heating in 15-30 second intervals until chocolate is completely melted and attain that silky and smooth texture. Dip cooled sugar cookie into melted chocolate at an angle and let it cover 1/3 of the cookie. I would rather dip the cookies in an angle tan straight because that way you will be using less chocolate. And you can control how much the cookies get covered by chocolate. Shake off the excess chocolate in to the bowl. Place on a wax paper and let the chocolate dry. Sprinkle almond flakes on the top. You can choose any topping based on what you like. You can use pecan chips, tiny marshmallows, sprinkles, berries, whipped cream or anything you want. Get creative with your cookies. Continue the process until all your cookies are done. And enjoy the easy deliciousness.