18 of Our Most Chocolaty Chocolate Cookies
For serious chocolate lovers only. These over-the-top chocolate cookies want to satisfy your cravings with double, triple, and quadruple the chocolate rush. The question now is, can you handle this much guilty pleasure? (Yes. The answer is always yes.)
Chocolate Chocolate Chip Cookies II
Let's get this chocolate fest started with a classic: chocolate cookie dough baked with a generous helping of chocolate chips. Home cook cookin'gal says, "These are fantastic! This is my new favorite chocolate cookie recipe. I have to actually hide a few so there will be some left for me to eat."
No-Bake Chocolate Oat Bars
These bar cookies are hiding a secret layer of chocolate underneath a deceptively wholesome topping of oats. Follow the lead of home cook Mary G. and drizzle the bars with even more chocolate peanut butter mixture to give a hint of the decadence that lies beneath.
Double Chocolate Biscotti
Any recipe that starts with the words "double chocolate" immediately has my attention. Home cook Daniel says, "Absolutely delicious. I love the fact that these can made for like 5% of what biscotti costs in coffee houses."
Chocolate Truffle Cookies
Three hits of chocolate in one cookie? Yes, please! "These will change your life." — Collyn
Chocolate Mint Cookies I
These chocolate cookies are made even more chocolaty when you bake them with a chocolate mint candy on top to make an easy, minty frosting. Bump it up even more for the holidays by adding crushed candy cane when the cookies are warm from the oven.
Chef John's Chili Chocolate Cookies
Three kinds of chocolate get amplified by coffee-flavored liqueur and a surprising pinch of cayenne and ground pepper. Spicy? Yes. Addictive? Oh dear me yes.
Jeanne's Chocolate Kiss Cookies
An easy chocolate cookie made even more chocolaty with a chocolate kiss pressed into the dough while it's still warm from the oven. Top tip: Chill the dough for 30 minutes to make it easier to roll into balls.
Peanut butter cookies baked in mini muffin tins and filled with chocolate fudge. Home cook Faith Woods says you should make the fudge filling after the cookies are out of the muffin tin and cooling. That way, the fudge stays liquid-y enough to pour.
Chocolate Air Cookies with Chocolate Chips
Here's how home cook Buckwheat Queen describes these gluten-free, grain-free chocolate cookies: "A combination of meringue, cake and crunch. Not too sweet, very chocolatey, light as air — they have the texture of eating a cloud of chocolate. They really are chocolate air cookies in this sense." Who would not want to live in a world with chocolate air?
Lots of Chocolate Cherry Cookies
You're looking at triple the chocolate plus a dash of coffee to intensify the flavor. Have mercy!
Chocolate Mint Candies Cookies
"I won first prize at a cookie exchange for these cookies! I baked a lot of extra to freeze and take to different holiday functions and they were always a big hit." —GOCATSWIN
Chocolate Revel Bars
Reviewers describe these bar cookies as ultra-rich and fudgy. We wouldn't expect less from a recipe that calls for as many semisweet chocolate chips as this one.
Flourless Fudge Cookies
"These are incredible! They remind me of the edges of a brownie — very chewy and delicious! I did add one extra egg white to the batter and chose to add walnuts to half the batter. I baked them for 14 minutes and they came out perfect," reviewer cherie_zimm writes.
Chewy Chocolate Cookies I
"Deeeelightful! I have been looking for a good chocolate chocolate chip cookie recipe, and this is it! The search is over. I also added an additional 1/2 cup flour as others suggested, and they were perfect," Carley says.
Dark Mocha Crinkles
Perfect Double Chocolate Peanut Candy Cookies
Semi-sweet chocolate chips and chocolate-coated peanut butter pieces add chocolaty depth to these top-rated cookies.
Very Chocolate Cookies
"These are the best cookies I've ever made. I did everything almost exactly as the recipe called for, except I added 2 tsp. of instant coffee powder along with the dry ingredients and made them smaller than the recipe called for," reviewer ginamarieacker says. "Baked them for exactly 10 minutes, and they came out amazing. A delicate crisp on the outside and a soft, chewy inside."
Chocolate Toffee Cookies II
"Man, they sure are good! Very chocolatey, thin, and crispy — almost like a brownie or toffee cookie brittle, only not quite that crunchy. I like my cookies a little thicker, so I'd like to play around with different cookie sheets or maybe lose the parchment paper I used this time. It all really does make a difference! I used Heath Bits and chopped pecans, which both truly make this cookie special," writes naples34102.