Chocolate Ravioli Cookies #12DaysOfCookies
Chocolate Ravioli Cookies is a simple chocolate filled cookie you can make with only 2 ingredients!
Day 8 in my cookie extravaganza! This cookie I have had in the back of my mind for awhile. I have not done it only because I could visualize what I wanted but was sure how to make it.
Sometimes that is the hardest part in recipe development, thinking how you want to go about something. If you think about it, how you want to go about something can be attributed to life. Sometimes if you just go for it works well. Other times you can plan everything and then nothing goes to plan. Life can be like that and so can a recipe development.
So before I get into these Chocolate Ravioli Cookies, I do have somewhat of a bonus recipe fro you on this 8th day of cookies. I told you I had partnered up with Your Inspiration at Home to bring you flavors like dip mixes, to balsamic, to EVOO, to spices. I really love this company’s products and that was why I decided to partner with them. Well, I said I want to use their products to create some recipes. Sooo:
I made a salsa using the SALSA spice blend. This salsa is so simple and yes it is relly only 2 ingredients! It is simply 1 can of Hunt’s Fire Roasted Diced tomatoes (14.5oz) and 2 tablespoons of YIAH SALSA Spice. Empty the can into a bowl then add the spice. Mix together and let sit in the fridge for about 30 minutes then serve. Easy peasy, plus it is one that so an easy recipe that people will beg you for.
Another great thing as to why I choose to pair with the company is because with it a little goes a log way. The sizes of the spices, especially the dip mixes, really a little goes a long way. Most the things you can make you only need 1-2 tablespoons of, so you can easily get I would say about 15 to 20 uses out the jar of spice. Which is really good. Especially if you like to have guests over, whip up an exotic dip very quickly. Especially if it is unexpected guests. Check out the Flavor Store, you will be surprised as to what I have in there. Make sure you pick up the SALSA. It makes great salsa!
Chocolate Ravioli Cookies
I was at work and I was talking about what was going to make cookie-wise for Seduction in the kitchen. I said I want to make a chocolate ravioli cookie. When I was a kid, I remember this woman giving me and my sisters this silver foil packet that said: Chocolate Ravioli on it. We thought in our minds it was a ravioli with chocolate inside.
Well, we were surprised when we opened it. All it was a piece of chocolate that looked like a ravioli. Not at all what we imagined.
That thought of real chocolate ravioli has stayed in my mind. So how can I take what I thought when I was a kid into a cookie? A co-worker suggested using a sugar cookie base. That was when it finally came to me. I admit I was thinking maybe puff pastry at first, but sugar cookie sounded so much better. Best of all this cookie can be made with only 2 ingredients!
Chocolate Ravioli Cookies is a simple chocolate filled cookie you can make with only 2 ingredients! A recipe from Seduction in the Kitchen.
- 1 pkg refrigerated sugar cookie dough
- 6 Bars Hershey Chocolate
Ste the oven to what the package says to bake the cookies at, usually 350-375F depending on the brand. Line a cookie sheet with parchment
I personally prefer the ones with the dough already made into circles, or can buy the log type and slice off the rounds from it.
Take the round of the dough and flatten it between your hands.
Place 1-2 pieces of the Hershey bar (Or pibs as the are called it is those small little rectangles that the Hershey bar has marked on it. Just break those off) In the center of the dough.
Fold the dough in half so that the chocolate was is inside the cookie. You can shape it so that square like a ravioli. Then place it on the cookie sheet.
Bake for about 10-12 minutes until the cookies are lightly browned
Take them out the oven and remove the cookies to a cooling rack to cool.
Serve them up and ENJOY
|Amount Per Serving||As Served|
|Calories 54kcal Calories from fat 30|
|% Daily Value|
|Total Fat 3g||5%|
|Saturated Fat 2g||10%|
|Dietary Fiber 1g||4%|
Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs:
|Total Fat||Less than||65g|
|Sat Fat||Less than||25g|
Check out Day 8’s Gallery of Cookie recipes from Food Bloggers! Happy Baking!