Looking for delicious cookies to make this holiday season? These Hidden Fudge Mint Cookies are soft sugar cookies with a surprise inside.
Back to Nature was kind enough to send me some of their products to try and also are sponsoring this post through Mambo Sprouts. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
When entertaining people, especially around the holidays I enjoy having nice treats to offer my guests. It’s an easy way to make your home feel even more welcoming.
Baking something has the added benefit of making your house smell nice. No fake fragrance sprays can make a home smell as good as something baking.
The first thing I started baking as a small child was cookies. They are still my favorite thing to make. The options are endless, they are easy and perfect for sharing. Cookies also make a great homemade gift for neighbors, friends, anyone on your list.
When I give baked goods for gifts it’s fun to be able to give multiple kinds of treats. However, I don’t want to have to spend a ton of time trying to make lots of different baked goods. We want to be able to enjoy the holidays after all.
That’s why I like sugar cookie dough. I shared my favorite recipe awhile ago, it’s very simple and can be used to make drop cookies or shaped. You can also add icing if you’d like. Another option for that dough is this recipe. This recipe takes sugar cookies to a whole new level.
Inside of a soft sugar cookie is a Fudge Mint cookie. What’s better than a cookie? A cookie inside of a cookie. It makes for a really fun surprise. It’s also an extremely easy recipe.
To make these cookies I use one of my favorite store-bought cookies, Back to Nature Fudge Mint cookies. They are delicious on their own or in this recipe. I love Back to Nature because they use good ingredients that I can trust.
- 1 batch sugar cookie dough
- 1 box Back to Nature Fudge Mint Cookies
- Make thin circles of sugar cookie dough slightly larger than the Fudge Mint cookies. You need an even number.
- Place a fudge mint cookie on one of the sugar cookies and cover with another thin circle of dough and press the edges together.
- Bake for about 8-10 minutes or until starting to get golden. DO NOT OVERBAKE! These cookies are only soft if you don’t over bake them. They will seem slightly underdone when you pull them out, this is okay.
- Let cool for a couple of minutes on the cookie sheet and then finish cooling on a cooling rack.
Holiday baking is a great way to bring people together. I’d love to hear your favorite holiday baking memories. Share in the comments below. And let me know if you try these delicious cookies.