Chocolate Capped Milano Cookies
Milano Cookies do not last long in our house! They are one of the few cookies that my crew can not stay out of if they are in the house. Add chocolate and peppermint to these badboys and you have a treat you will want to eat!
Chocolate Capped Milano Cookies
2-3 packages Pepperidge Farm Milano Cookies (any flavor)
1 bag Red Candy Melts
12-15 pieces of Peppermint Candies (or use candy canes), crushed
~ Melt the Red Candy Melts in a large microwave safe bowl until smooth
~ Dip 1/3 of Milano Cookie into melted candy mixture
~ Roll both sides of cookie in crushed candy
~ Let dry on parchment paper until chocolate is set (15-20 minutes)
~ One bag of Candy Melts will cover dipping three packages of cookies with some left over chocolate for the little ones (or mom)
~ If you have a helper, let them sprinkle the crushed candy over the dipped cookie
Judy Thomas says
These look so easy and delicious! I will be making some for Christmas this year. There is no end to the variations you could make.
Terri Quick says
These look so yummy!!!
Jennifer Johansen says
That looks delicious and easy!
Janet W. says
My grandsons go crazy for Milano cookies! I’ll have to try this to them and see how they like it.
Patricia Dugan says
What a nice idea to add to the holiday cookie pile without too much additional work! Easy, yet festive.
These look yummy, I can’t wait to try them.
Kathleen Kellams says
These will be a yummy treat to take to family dinners. In a way they look like little santa caps. If I were to make some I’d attempt to make a santa face. I think that’ll be too cute.
Tanya Bartlett says
These look absolutely delicious
Jennifer Mae Hiles says
I never thought you could improve Milanos but wow, these look awesome.
Chelsea B. says
Oh, my goodness! *Dies of deliciousness* I have been BINGING on Milano Dark Chocolate cookies! Yum! Must try! 🙂
Debra Holloway says
Oh these cookies look delicious and inviting. I love Milano cookies and topping these just make me want to try these all the more!
Those look so festive. I would like to try them Thanks.
rebeka deleon says
i love milano cookies! this is a great way to make them for the holiday. yum
lissa crane says
Can’t wait to try these this Thanksgiving!
sherry butcher says
Look sooo good. I think choc cookies would be great with this tool. TFS.
Misha Estrada says
What a cute and simple treat! These look fancy and pretty.
Sarah L says
They look like little elves. Would be a great hit at my party. Thanks.
They look delicious. What a great Christmas treat!! Thank you for this sharing this recipe, yum!!
Dorothy Teel says
Oh my these are my favorite from Pepperidge Farm Milano cookies and then to put the Chocolate cap on them makes them that much better. I am so happy that Mama’s Mission sent me back to check out this > I am printing recipe and will try with my granddaughters when they visit later this month, sounds so easy
amanda whitley says
these would be perfect for christmas. every year we have a family party and give small gift bags with candy and baked goods and this will be perfect
judy gardner says
these are so pretty – milanos are my favorite pepperidge farm cookie and i am sure they are even better this way!
nancy bowers says
These look even better than Pepperidge Farm 🙂
Sandra McFadden says
Oh my gosh Milano Cookies are my favorite I bet these would be good too with the mint flavor too thank you so much for sharing. I love to make new things for the holidays.
Michelle Tucker says
Oh my, these look so good. I’ll put them on my Christmas to do list. Thanks!