Today we celebrate the mother of all desserts, the iconic, the classic, the always perfect and comforting cookie we call Chocolate Chip.
While we can all agree that Phoebe Buffet’s grandmother, "Neslée Toulousé," makes a pretty great version, let’s take it up a scotch (er, I mean ‘notch’) and talk about some of our favorite chocolately boozy versions. Forget “cookies and milk,” today we’re all about “cookies and booze.” Sometimes it’s not so bad being an adult guys.
Boozy Bourbon Chocolate Chippers
The alliteration is strong with this one. So is the booze, thanks to the nearly half a cup of bourbon that accompanies the sugary, semi-sweet chocolate chippiness.
Boozy Kahula Chocolate Chip Cookies
If you like coffee with your desserts, it only stands to reason that you’ll love coffee liqueur in your desserts. Specifically, these coffee-spiked Kahlua Chocolate Chip Cookies.
It’s no surprise that a cookie hailing from Tennessee would have whiskey in it. Don’t they wash their hair with that stuff down there? It’s in everything, and these boozy Chocolate Chip Cookies with Whiskey are no exception.
Salted. Bourbon. Chocolate. CHUNKS, because chips are for the weak at heart. So delicious, so boozy, so chocolate-chunky. Forget that these are referred to as “Christmas cookies” and celebrate Christmas in the summer with these.
Cognac Chocolate Chip Cookies
Oy with the alliteration already. Another fun twist on the classic after-school snack, these cookies are buttery, chocolatey, nutty, boozy perfection.
Baileys Irish Cream Chocolate Chip Cookies
Eat these Baileys Irish Cream chocolate chip cookies alongside some Irish Coffee and you’ve mastered life.
The actual booze here is the vanilla whiskey that makes up the cookie dough center of these chocolate chip cookie sandwiches, but we’re over here adding whiskey to the actual cookies themselves for a ultimate whiskey and chocolate overload.
The only way to make a rum chocolate chip cookie better is make it a rum soaked chocolate chip cookie. Cruzan spiced rum both baked in the batter and used as a post-bake cookie glaze. Soaked perfection.