Cookies were one of the first things I ever learned to “properly” make. With my Mom by my side, I dutifully mastered the art of baking up classic chocolate chip cookies, sugar cookies, shortbread cookies and countless others.
Today, cookies are still one of my favorite things to mix up in my kitchen. Perfectly portion controlled (um…unless you eat 6 like I always do), easy to share with family and friends and almost endlessly customizable, cookies are pretty much the best darn thing every invented.
These Cappuccino Chocolate Bites are kind of a new obsession of mine. First, I think they are rather adorable and lovely to look at. But not so adorable that you’ll feel bad about shoving them all in your face. Because that is exactly what is going to happen once you start eating these. It’s hard to stop just after one.
The coffee flavor is pleasantly strong here. The chocolate ganache filling is smooth and silky. And the cookie itself somehow manages to be somewhat crumbly and soft all at the same time. It’s pure cookie magic. And it’s also purely addicting.
Make these and share them with the people you love. Or save them all for yourself. I won’t tell.
Recipe from Martha Stewart’s Cookies