Chocolate Drizzled Christmas Cookie Sticks

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Chocolate Drizzled Christmas Cookie Sticks - the perfect Christmas cookie recipe. An easy cookie recipe that looks and tastes fantastic!

I’ve posted dozens of cookie recipes, but this is the very first time I have ever made any type of cookie sticks. My goodness, I have sure been missing out. I couldn’t believe how easy these were to prepare, and how fabulous they taste!

Chocolate Chip Christmas Cookie Sticks

How to make Christmas Cookie Sticks drizzled with chocolate. A perfect Christmas cookie recipe.

They start with a simple chocolate chip cookie dough. But the magic happens when you roll them out and cut them into little strips. I used a dough scraper, and it worked perfectly. After they are cut, just place them on cookie sheets. I always line mine with silicone pan liners because it makes clean up so much easier.

Update: Some people have said the dough is too dry. You MUST use butter that is almost melted. You can use less flour, but then the cookie sticks spread more and don’t look as pretty. 

How to make cookie strips

These little guys are pretty tasty straight outta the oven. They are even prettier and tastier drizzled with a little chocolate. But add two layers of drizzled chocolate and some sprinkles, and they are downright fabulous!

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These chocolate drizzled cookie sticks would look so pretty on a Christmas cookie tray. They are just so festive. And of course with chocolate chips and two kinds of drizzle, they are absolutely delicious!

These pretty Chocolate Drizzled Cookie Sticks are just perfect for Christmas. They are an easy and beautiful Christmas cookie recipe!

5 from 1 reviews
Easy Christmas Cookie Sticks
 
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Yield: 4 dozen cookie sticks
Ingredients
  • 1 cup butter, very soft (almost melted)
  • 1 cup sugar
  • 1 large egg
  • 1 1/2 tsp vanilla
  • 1/2 tsp almond extract (or use more vanilla)
  • 3 cups flour
  • 1 tsp baking powder
  • 2/3 cup mini chocolate chips
  • For topping:
  • 1/3 cup white chocolate chips
  • 1/3 cup dark or milk chocolate chips
  • Sprinkles
Instructions
  1. Cream butter and sugar in a large mixing bowl. Beat in egg, vanilla, and almond extract. Stir in the flour, baking powder, and chocolate chips. Cover dough and chill for at least 30 minutes.
  2. Roll dough out on a lightly floured surface to a rectangle shape that is about 1/4" thick. Use a knife or pizza cutter to cut the dough into strips that are about 1" by 4".
  3. Place strips on parchment lined cookie sheets and bake at 375° for about 8-10 minutes or till lightly browned on the bottom edges. Let sit on pans for a couple minutes, then remove to cooling racks.
  4. Cool cookies completely. Melt each of the chips in a ziplock bag in the microwave at half power. Snip the corner and drizzle over the tops of the cookies. Add sprinkles.
Notes
Your butter must be almost melted, or the dough will be too stiff. You must also make sure to use a large egg, and don't emit the extracts. You can use only 2 3/4 cups of flour for a softer dough, but the cookie sticks will not hold their shape as well.


It works best to drizzle a few cookies at a time so that you can add the sprinkles before the chocolate sets up.

And of course, they are the perfect shape for dunking. For an extra special treat, you can dip them into hot cocoa. So yummy!

Chocolate Chip Cookie Sticks are a festive cookie that is just perfect for Christmas!

Chocolate Drizzled Christmas Cookie Sticks are perfect for dunking in your hot cocoa or coffee. An easy Christmas cookie recipe that everyone loves.

I originally posted this recipe for Christmas Cookie Sticks at Tatertots and Jello

For more wonderful Christmas Cookie recipes, check out these posts:

Caramel Filled Bon Bons
Chocolate Bon Bon Cookies

Andes Peppermint Oreo Cookies
Andes Mint Oreo Chocolate Chip Cookie recipe ~ these are soooo good!

Gumdrop Cookies
How to make yummy cookies with chopped gumdrops. So pretty!

For all my cookie recipes, click HERE.

Comments

  1. Loved these cookies it was a bit of a challenge but patience won over. I took only about 1/3 of the dough at a time slowly rolled them out used a ruler as a guide and cut along the edge of it and they cut perfectly. I got quite a few more than supposed to but guess they are thinner .

  2. Cheryl Ann Machado says:

    I don’t understand the problem that some have had with this recipe. My dough was easy to work with. The cookies were flavorful, with Vanilla and Almond, both present notes. Chocolate chips are present in many bar type cookies, they cut quite easily. The cookies are also very pretty and tasty as baked and decorated. I make more than 25 different, widely loved cookies in my Christmas cookie tray, and these has been well received.

  3. Made these last week with Dominican Republic’s Delifruit Vanilla Blanca. Its a very distinctly strong vanilla flavour. Hubby loved them, but preferred them without the drizzle and sprinkles. Making more now.

  4. This recipe is terrible. I had to throw everything away. Gross. Super dry and crumbled would not even form into a dough. Please don’t waste money and time on this lady got ratios wrong or something. Definitely too much flour!

    • You are so right! So dry! Had to add my own specialty to the mix!! One Star…. Maybe

    • I agree with Claire and Kristan. Used less flour, about 2 1/2 c., still dry and pretty tasteless, considering all the flavoring. Could not roll the chilled dough. Had to bring it back almost to room temp. And chop it out of the bowl. It is hard to cut straight because the mini chips get in the way. Difficult dough to work with. Will not make again. Not worth the considerable amount of putzing involved. One star.

    • I find your review quite surprising. I made these according to the recipe with no problems whatsoever! Super easy and delicious.

    • So sorry they didn’t turn out well for you, I have never had that problem. My guess is that your butter wasn’t soft enough. It should be almost melted, or the dough will be too stiff. You can add less flour, but then they spread more when baking and I don’t think they turn out as pretty.

  5. Nadine DuCharme says:

    Haven’t tried yet, but can’t wait! Just the perfect new recipe I needed. Also, teaching my niece to bake and this is perfect. Thank you, Thank yo very much. NAD

    • It’s so fun that you are teaching your niece to cook! I hope both of you enjoy these as much as my family does. 🙂

  6. I love the idea of doing cookie sticks to dip in your hot chocolate, tea, or eggnog!

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