Peppermint anything this time of year is honestly the best. When you mix dark chocolate, white chocolate, and cookies with peppermint, it becomes a masterpiece.
You will absolutely LOVE these White Chocolate Dipped Candy Cane Cookies, and Santa will too. They only take a few minutes to throw together, and the presentation is beautiful.
Did I mention that this recipe only calls for six simple ingredients. Yes, you read that right, 6. If you need a quick holiday cookie recipe in a pinch, I highly recommend making this one.
It calls for cake mix, so you know the cookies will be moist, quick, delicious, and very inexpensive.
Not to mention, how CUTE they look with the contrasting colors, and a pop of crushed candy cane. Your family and friends will go crazy for these.
tips for making white chocolate dipped peppermint cookies:
These cookies are pretty simple, but just to make sure you get them perfect, here are a few simple tips for you.
- When making the cookies and rolling them into balls, be sure that you aren’t making them too large. I make these balls about 1 inch by 1 inch, and they are just the right size. There isn’t a ton of batter, so if you need more than 24 cookies, you may want to double it.
- When melting your chocolate, I usually do mine in the microwave, because I am all about shortcuts. If you are microwaving it, try microwaving in 30 second intervals, then stirring between each one, until the chocolate is smooth and completely melted.
- We also recommend not using a wet bowl or spoon, because moisture can ruin melted chocolate, and make it gritty. Be sure that no water is getting into your white chocolate when you stir, or melt it.
- Before dipping your chocolate cookies in the melted white chocolate, be sure they are completely cool. If they aren’t, the white chocolate will have a hard time hardening up, and won’t stick to the chocolate cookie as well.It will melt into the cookie, and your cookies will look a little funny. We recommend placing your chocolate cookies in the fridge, until they are completely cool, then dipping them in white chocolate.
- Crush your candy canes ahead of time, because the white chocolate will harden fast. Be sure to sprinkle them on, while the white chocolate is still soft.
what garnish could i use besides candy cane?
If you aren’t a peppermint lover, don’t fear. We have plenty of other garnishes you could add. Here are a few of our favorite:
-Dark chocolate shavings
-Mini or holiday M&M’s
-Red or green sprinkles
-Crushed or chopped almonds or nuts
-Mini chocolate chips
You could really add any of your favorite crushed up candies, or holiday favs, over the creamy white chocolate dipped cookies. Anything it going to be delicious with this.
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