Homemade Cherry Chip Cookies
You will love this "Homemade Cherry Chip Cookies" recipe, with unique cherry flavor that will keep you coming back for more. For this cherry chip cookie recipe you will make your own cherry flavored chips to be added to the cake like cookie batter, that can be compared to a muffin top cookie.
Some of the ingredients you will need for this cherry chip cookie recipe include cream cheese, vanilla, butter, cake mix you can use yellow or white. To start this recipe you will take some white chocolate chips and put them into a microwave safe bowl, then you will microwave in intervals, stirring constantly until the white chocolate chips are completely melted. Or you can melt the white chocolate chips in a double boiler. Next you will flavor the melted white chocolate chips with a package of cherry koolaid, yes cherry cooled, for a great flavor compared to sweet tarts. You will mix the cooled into the white chocolate and then put into a piping bag, and over a silipat or piece of aluminum foil, make your own cherry chocolate chips onto the pan. Let the cherry chocolate chips cool until you are ready to use. At this point you can preheat your oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit. Put your cherry chip cookie recipe ingredients into a bowl and blend, if the mixture is too dry add some milk. Other step by step recipe video tutorials you will find on this youtube channel include cookies and cream brownies recipe, Jell O Canadian flag recipe, American Flag Jello recipe, fresh watermelon cake recipe and lots more.
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