Dark Chocolate Halloween Chip Cookies have a too delicate and dark as-night dull chocolate treat base that is studded with sweet white chocolate chips and smooth nutty spread chips for an alarmingly delightful treat! These are such simple Halloween treats to make!

To make these treats, I utilized Hershey's Special Dark cocoa powder rather than customary unsweetened cocoa powder. It makes the treat batter practically dark, it is so dull, which is ideal for Halloween! In any case, in the event that you just have ordinary cocoa powder, you could simply utilize that and they would at present turn out tasty. The chips I utilized are the occasion preparing chips that Nestle makes for both Halloween and Christmas. I adore, love, love them since they are so charming and make preparing occasional treats excessively simple for somebody like me who doesn't whine a lot with extravagant channeling or other enriching procedures. The Halloween chips are a mix of semisweet chocolate chips and orange hued white chocolate chips and I generally make a point to snatch two or three sacks from the regular path in Target at whatever point they appear every year. They are additionally enjoyable to use instead of standard chocolate contributes my delicate and chewy chocolate chip treats formula. Be that as it may, they are stunning settled into this dim chocolate treat batter.

Since the Halloween chips just come in dark (well, chocolate, so dim darker I surmise) and orange, I chose to consolidate them with some normal white chocolate chips for a fly of spooky shading and nutty spread chips and smaller than normal Reese's Pieces for only a trace of nutty spread flavor. This formula doesn't utilize the entire sack of white chocolate chips, however you can go through any additional items in these White Chocolate Macadamia Nut Cookies, which are another most loved of mine. On the off chance that you don't need the nutty spread flavor or have sensitivities, simply forget about them and just do the white chocolate chips! I discovered these chips in the occasional heating walkway at Target, despite the fact that in the event that you experience serious difficulties finding the scaled down Reese's Pieces you could generally utilize the ordinary size ones.




  •  2 cups all-purpose flour
  •  2/3 cup Hsershey's special dark cocoa powder
  •  1 teaspoon baking soda
  •  1/4 teaspoon salt
  •  1 cup butter, softened
  •  1 cup granulated sugar
  •  2/3 cup firmly packed light brown sugar
  •  2 eggs
  •  2 teaspoons vanilla
  •  1 cup Nestle Halloween baking chips
  •  1/2 cup peanut butter chips
  •  1/2 cup white chocolate chips
  •  1/2 cup mini Reese's Pieces baking candies


  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper.
  2. In a large bowl of a stand mixer, combine the butter and sugars and beat for 3-4 minutes, until light. Add eggs and vanilla and mix well.
  3. Add the flour, cocoa powder, baking soda and salt to the other mixture and mix on low speed, just until combined.
  4. In a separate bowl, combine the Halloween chips, white chocolate chips, peanut butter chips, and mini Reese's Pieces and give them a quick stir so they are evenly distributed. Gently stir or fold in 1 3/4 cups of the chips into the cookie batter, setting the remaining chips aside in reserve.
  5. Scoop approximately 2 tablespoons of cookie dough for each cookie and shape into balls by rolling between the palms of your hands. You might need to refrigerate the dough for 30-60 minutes in order to work with it as it is a very soft dough, although I can usually skip that step as long as I work quickly. Once the dough is shaped, place the balls on the prepared baking sheet 2 inches apart and bake for 8-10 minutes, just until set. Do not overbake.
  6. As soon as the cookies are removed from the oven, press a few of the reserved chocolate and peanut butter chips into the top of each cookie. It's a total vanity move but adding the extra chips at the end makes the cookies look so pretty and festive. Transfer to a wire rack to cool completely and store in an air-tight container.

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