Chocolate Cookie MIlkshake
Blending vanilla ice cream with chocolate chip cookies is obviously the best thing to do with your ice cream, ever. Garnish with a chocolate drizzle and as many cookies as you can find!This recipe is courtesy of Food.com.
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Cookie Martini
Swap the heavy, intense dessert for an ice cream-spiked Martini.This recipe is courtesy of A Cocktail Life.
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4.5
Doughnut
Baked chocolate chip doughnuts, glazed and dipped in cookie crumbs are a totally irresistible, totally easy, homemade dessert.This recipe is courtesy of Joy the Baker.
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4.5
Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookies
I love chocolate chip cookies. I have rarely looked one in the face and turned it down. But everyone needs a little variety now and again, and oatmeal chocolate chip cookies provide just that. These are melty, with bittersweet dark chocolate, chewy dough, and, a surprise nutty oat flavor that makes you think these cookies are actually healthy! (Well, oats are good for you, so there’s that justification.) These are fun and easy to make and are crazy delicious when dunked in ice-cold milk. They look particularly cute stacked in a mason jar and given as homemade gifts or party favors — give them out with an individual-sized carton of milk and your job is done! Click here to see A Sweet Tooth's Dream: 8 Fantastic Dessert Recipes.
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Cookie
Nobody will be able to resist having a huge scoop of this giant skillet cookie, especially when served fresh from the oven.This recipe is courtesy of Gimme Some Oven.
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Pumpkin chocolate chip cookies
We’ve all said it and we’ve all heard it. “Oh, I love to bake, but I just can’t because then I’d eat it all.” Well, can it. Cookies are the perfect baking project. They’re a blank canvas for tons of different flavors and are easily transported out of your home to pretty much anywhere people want cookies (like the office). These chocolate chip cookies are not too sweet or overpowering, with a great richness from the semisweet chips, a spicy hint of fall flavors, and just enough sweetness to remind you that you’re indulging. I’ll come clean, though. I only brought half of my pumpkin chocolate chip cookie batch to the office. The rest are waiting for me at home, calling out to me. Click here to see Cookie Swap with the Food Network.  Click here to see the Not Just for Carving: 8 Pumpkin Recipes story.
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Classic Chocolate Chip Cookies
There is almost nothing better than the smell of chocolate chip cookies baking in the oven. The rich, comforting aroma brings back cozy childhood memories of gooey cookies and big glasses of milk. This version of the classic delivers on smell, taste, and texture — and just the right amount of chocolate chips. I like to use a mixture of milk chocolate and semisweet chips for the perfect balance, but any combination of flavors will work here. Eat them fresh out of the oven with a big glass of milk for a real throwback treat.  Click here to see more easy cookie recipes. 
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Cookie Brownies
We could never turn down a brownie sandwiched between two cookies.This recipe is courtesy of All Recipes.
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Chocolate Cookie Cheesecake
Kid-friendly and sophisticated enough to serve at a dinner party, this cookie dough cheesecake is always a winner.This recipe is courtesy of All Recipes.
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Vegan Chocolate Chip Cookies
Cookies don’t have to be unhealthy to be delicious: These raw vegan cookies are the perfect healthy indulgence.This recipe is courtesy of Organic Gemini.
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chocolate chip cookie dough
Finally your chocolate chip cookie dough dreams have come true! In the form of a cake! This is one of my favorite mug cake recipes and puts the ice cream to shame! 21 Microwave Cake Recipes You Can Make in 10 Minutes (or Less)Deliciously Decadent Chocolate Recipes Beyond the Cookie: 21 Irresistible Chocolate Chip Desserts
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truffles
This chocolate chip cookie dough truffle recipe is perfect for cookie dough-lovers!This recipe courtesy chef Brooke Williamson.
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2.5