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Chocolate chip cookies are certainly among the best treats from your childhood, if not one of the best treats of all time. You can’t beat the sweet brown-sugar infused dough with little chunks of chocolate happiness mixed in, can you? Well, the answer may just be yes. We took inspiration from that classic cookie for these 20 chocolate chip desserts.
Chocolate chip cookie dough ice cream is one of the all-time best ice cream flavors. If you have an ice cream maker, bring this sweet back into your life with this easy recipe.
Bittersweet chocolate, unsweetened chocolate and white chocolate chips are all used plentifully in this ooey, gooey brownie recipe. It’s a cacao lover’s dream.
Microwaveable mug cakes are the perfect thing to make when you want a little dessert but don’t want to fire up the oven to make a whole cake or batch of cookies. This chocolate chip mug cake is all of the nostalgic chocolate chip cookie taste with none of the effort.
An ice cream sandwich made with two chocolate chip cookies is great for the young and the young at heart. This recipe is super easy too — you don’t even need to fire up the oven.
If you love banana bread, then odds are you already know of the many ways you can tweak this classic recipe. We love a loaded banana bread, like this one, which is full of walnuts and mini chocolate chips.
The best part of a pint of ice cream is 100% the edible cookie dough bites. Luckily, you can make it at home, with this recipe straight from the king of cookie dough: Ben & Jerry’s.
The only thing that can take a refreshing frozen fruit dessert, like this cherry frozen yogurt, to the next level is some good ol’ fashioned chocolate chips. And you don't even need an ice cream maker, just a blender.
Chocolate chip cookies, brownies and pie all combine into one mega-dessert in this super fun recipe.
Looking for a great edible gift to give to the cookie dough fanatic in your life? Try this easy to make fudge, which has those favorite flavors presented in a new way.
S’mores are a total and complete delight. For this hybrid s’mores and cookie recipe, you don’t even need to light a fire.
Banana bread gets a lot of the glory these days, but zucchini bread is an underrated gem that can make the most out of the garden staple. And — bonus — this recipe is totally gluten free.
Next to chocolate, cherries are a key ingredient for some of the best desserts. Get the best of both worlds with these tart cherry chocolate chip cookie dough bars.
A little brownie on the bottom, a little cookie on top. Remind us: Why did we ever think we had to choose between these two desserts?
When it comes to gingerbread, your next vision is likely of holiday time sugar plums dancing in your head. However, there are tons of variations on gingerbread, including this super chocolaty cake.
Pancakes are one of the most comforting breakfasts you can cook up, and they’re made even better with two crowd-pleasing ingredients: bacon and chocolate chips.
Icebox cakes are definitely one of the best no-bake desserts for when the weather is way too hot. This twist on a vintage recipe takes its inspiration from cannoli and uses plenty of chocolate chips.
If chocolate chips are best known for being used in cookie dough, their No. 2 best known use might be to pair with mint. Recreate the iconic ice cream flavor in a snackable fudge.
What can make edible cookie dough bites even better? Cherries, of course. And what can make chocolate chip cherry cookie dough bites better? Dipping the whole shebang in chocolate. These are so decadent, you won’t even notice they’re gluten-free and vegan.
But really, how can we truly talk about chocolate chips without calling out a chocolate chip cookie recipe? With brown butter, there’s a delicious nutty note to these classic cookies, which will make you leave your old chocolate chip cookie recipe in the dust. Still in a baking mood? After you whip these up, consider making 50 more of our best cookie recipes.
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