Kit Kat Cookies

Kit Kat Cookies

Do you ever buy something from Costco just because it is really good deal?  Like say… oh I don’t know a 5 pound bag of chocolate chips?  Well I do!  We wont even go there about my unopened 3 pounds of Craisins I need to use by October……

So one day I am craving cookies which is unlike me because when my sweet tooth strikes it always wants gummies not cookies.  But on this particular day I wanted cookies bad.  So I figure well it is a good way to use a minuscule amount of my lifetime supply of chocolate chips and the kids were excited to make cookies so why not.

If I am going to make cookies and chill the dough and roll out multiple dough balls and switch cookie sheets and switch cookie sheets and switch cookie sheets, I’m going to add a little something special to these cookies.  So I begin to brainstorm and try to think of what I can add to these cookies to make them over the top and I a little lightbulb goes off and I open my trusty candy drawer (yes I have a whole drawer for candy, where else would I keep all my gummies?) and there it is, a bag of those new mini Kit Kats, the perfect addition to my chocolate chip cookies!



And oh what a perfect addition they were!!!  I still chopped them half to make them a better size for the cookies but they added just a bit of crunch to the cookies and of course that Kit Kat flavor everyone loves.  I’m not sure I could ever make chocolate chip cookies without throwing these in there ever again!!

So next time you are craving something sweet try these Kit Kat Cookies, they are amazing!!

Kit Kat Cookies

Yield: 3 1/2 dozen


3/4 cup of sugar

1 cup of brown sugar

1 cup butter (room temperature)

2 eggs

3 cups of flour

3/4 t baking soda

3/4 t salt

2 cups chocolate chips

8 oz bag Kit Kat Minis


Cream the 2 sugars with the butter till smooth

Gentle beat in the 2 eggs one at a time

Slowly add in the flour, baking soda and salt

Chop Kit Kat Minis in half.

Gently stir in Kit Kat Minis and chocolate chips

Chill dough in fridge for at least 2 hours.

Form into balls and bake in preheated 350 degree oven for 10-12 minutes.

You want to remove cookies before they get to brown to retain a soft texture.

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Kit-Kat Cookies



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This recipe has been entered into the Safest Choice Eggs recipe contest hosted on Bakeaholic Mama and Buns In My Oven.

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    • Of course I don’t mind at all!! Lol I understand, our cookies were short a few kit-kats too!!

  1. Love cookies I have not seen these mini’s in Maine stores but I will be looking for them. Don’t tell but I have a candy stash also……………..Andi

  2. I was just reading the how-to post on taking good food photos and adding text to this exact photo! The whole time I kept thinking about how yummy those cookies looked! Then when I linked up tonight, there were those cookies again!! I think I’m destined to make this recipe soon!!
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    • Lol!! Thanks for reading my how-to! I think you are destined to make them and let me know how you like them!! :)

  3. Oh my gosh these sound amazing!!!! They are so beautifully baked, what an awesome idea to make Kit Kat cookies!!! They sound heavenly, especially with a big glass of cold milk!

  4. Woah. My mind is blown Kit Kats in cookies? Yum! I love your blog name :)

    Thanks for linking up to the Mommy-Brain Mixer.

  5. Oh yum. This is the favoite at my house. I have to try I these. Thanks for linking up with “Inspiration in Progress.”

  6. These look great! I think I have just added mini kit kat bars to my shopping list! Stopping by from Love of Family,,,,,hope you will hop over to the country as well. :) Enjoy your day!!

  7. Cookies AND candy bars?? Girl, you are speaking my language!
    These look incredible! Saw your thumbnail at The Pin Junkie Link Up Party and had to stop by.
    Totally pinned these, of course. :)
    Happy Friday,
    Ang, Juggling Act Mama

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  12. I am in LOVE with these cookies! :) Thank you so much for joining us and sharing at Best of the Weekend! Pinning to our party board and I shared these little yummies on FB and Twitter this week. :) Please join us this Friday and I hope you are having a happy and wonderful week! :)
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    • You can try not chilling them, I have not made them unchilled so I cannot say how they will turn out, you can always try a cookie or two and if they do not come out then chill the dough

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