If there is one thing my kids and I love it is a delicious cookie. Recently, we were introduced to double doozie cookies and immediately loved them. What is not to love about chocolate chip cookie combined with frosting?!
Entering into the holiday season, my mind has been focused on all things Christmas related. One thing we love to do is bake some cookies to give to others. While I love doing this, sometimes baking with three young kids can be a tad overwhelming (picture flour-covered kids). This year, I knew I wanted to keep it simple, so I decided to have Immaculate Baking Co. help me out!
We decided on using the Organic Chocolate Chunk Dough because these would make the perfect double doozie cookies. Instantly, I loved that this would be a simpler process and allow me to focus more on the time together than flour flying everywhere. The bonus was that I could still be confident in the ingredients in the cookies, knowing they were wholesome and organic.
If you are thinking about baking this season with your kids, this is the recipe for you!
Ingredients for Double Doozie Cookies:
- Immaculate Baking Co. Organic Chocolate Chunk Cookie Dough
- Powdered Sugar
- ¼ -½ cup butter
- ¼ cup cream cheese
Directions for Double Doozie Cookies:
Bake the cookies according to the package. While they are baking, mix up the icing. Blend the powdered sugar, butter, and cream cheese together. Add in a splash of vanilla and milk slowly (you do not need a lot). Blend until you get the desired consistency. I kept our icing thicker and then let it chill n the fridge.
Once the cookies are finished, let them cool. Then spread icing on the bottom of one cookie and top with another. The result, a delicious double doozie cookie!
Make sure to watch the video of the Immaculate Double Doozie Cookies!
Now your cookies are ready to be given to others! I love to put a couple of cookies in a little plastic bag as an easy neighbor gift. If the only plastic bags you have are Ziploc ones, just cut the zipper part off and tie with the ribbon.
Ready to make your own holiday double doozie cookies?