I have been thinking of ways to get rid of all the chocolate candy in our house. We love to bake cookies, especially the Immaculate Baking Company’s Chocolate Chunk Cookie Dough so I thought “why not combine the two?”.


This is how Chocolate Candy Cookie Cup was born.


We will be making these and passing them around to friends and family as a thanksgiving treat to let them know we are thankful for them.


Have some left over chocolate candy you want to get rid of? Want to make these tasty treats for your family? Here is what you do.

Start by preheating your oven. Because my muffin tin was dark in color I preheated my oven to 325 degrees.

Make sure you grease your pan liberally.

Take Immaculate Baking Company’s Organic Chocolate Chunk Cookie Dough, break the pieces apart and place each piece in its one compartment.

Use your fingers to spread the cookie dough along the bottom of the muffin tin.

Nest pick your favorite candy bar (I used the mini size but if you don’t have it you can cut your pieces to fit). I will say the chocolates that contain caramel seem to work the best.

Place your cookie cups in the oven and bake for 13-16 minutes depending on your oven.


These cookie cups are so delicious. The mix of cookie and candy gives it that extra something special.

We love using Immaculate Baking Company’s products when baking. They make Organic, gluten-free and non-GMO products that taste delicious. Real wholesome ingredients are so important to me when picking foods for my family and Immaculate Baking Company gives us just that. When having guests over for the holidays I am glad to have the gluten free options to make all my guests happy.


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Happy baking!