I swear, every time I go on Pinterest, there’s a new way of making chocolate chip cookies. Don’t get me wrong though, I love it. I make all sorts of cookies and have tons of cookie recipes on this blog, but my all-time favorite will always be chocolate chip cookies. However, since I want to keep updating this blog with new recipes, I also try to find new ways to make them. How could it possibly get any better than a chocolate chip cookie filled with hot fudge?
It doesn’t. That’s your answer. If you say it does, then I need the recipe now. You may use homemade hot fudge for this recipe, or do what I did and just buy a jar of Mrs. Richardson’s hot fudge from the grocery store. My dad was so excited when he saw the jar. He said, “Ooooh, hot fudge.” Then looked at me, “Can I eat it”. I sighed and said yes, but fortunately he didn’t eat too much that I couldn’t still use the jar to make these cookies.
This is one of those cookie recipes that I’m not going to dare to make again unless I can get them out of the house soon. It took everything in me to not eat the whole batch. But before I knew it they were all gone anyways. Another secret to this recipe is the pudding mix. It probably seems really random, but that is a common trick to use in your recipe if you want really soft cookies that stay soft.
A soft, chewy chocolate chip cookie filled with Mrs. Richardson’s hot fudge sauce. Seriously, if it gets any better than that, there’s a contact form below. I want to know.
Recipe adapted from Creme de la Crumb