Chocolate Crinkle Cookies

Bhavye has started going to school here in the US, So I am getting a lot more time to do my things…Plus he is also engaged for some time and is making new friends , So he is also happy….After having a kid, your life revolves around him…
Everything I do is done by keeping Bhavye in mind…. I made these cookies for him to eat after he comes back home from school…He just loved the cute treats….These are very easy to make and can be kept for 2-3 weeks in a air tight box…..

All you need is

Cocoa powder-12 cup
Sugar-1 cup
Vegetable oil-14 cup
Vanilla extract-1 tsp
All purpose flour-1 cup
Baking powder-1 tsp
Salt-14 tsp
Confectioners sugar-12 cup

Method of preparation

In a bowl, mix cocoa powder, sugar and vegetable oil
Beat in eggs one at a time
Add vanilla extract and mix
Combine the flour, baking powder and salt
Add in the cocoa powder mix
Mix well
Cover and refrigerate the dough for 3-4 hours
Pre heat oven to 350 degrees F
Line a cookie sheet with parchment paper
Make 1 inch balls from the dough and roll over confectioners sugar
Place the balls 1 inch from each other on the cookie sheet and bake for 12 minutes
The cookies were crunchy from the outside and were soft and chewy inside…So go ahead and try out these cookies…If these can please my fussy little eaters taste buds , they can please yours too…

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  1. says

    hey Sangee…I am sure lucky to have a naughty kid like him, but to tell you that unlike other kids who are on vacation for 2 or 3 months , he was vacationing for 5 months…:(.We were in India for his summers and when the schools re started we came to The US and vacations started here…Ha ha

  2. says

    hi neha, these cookies look so pretty. at first i thought they were ice cream with chocolate.
    never seen cookies looking like these- i really like their looks..great to try this
    thanks for your visit dear

  3. says

    THis is our family fav too neha, they look great don’t they. The only diff in my recipe is dark choc (same amount as flour) instead of time I’ll try ur version when I run out of chocolates-which is usually the case!stunning clicks btw.

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