These Copycat Starbucks Flourless Chewy Chocolate Cookies taste just like the original chocolate meringue cookie. A crisp, chewy chocolate brownie like cookie made with semisweet and dark chocolate. Chocolate. Brownie. Cookies.
Here is the deal with these cookies, once you make a batch of these COPYCAT STARBUCKS FLOURLESS CHEWY CHOCOLATE COOKIES I guarantee you will make another. My husband literally stashed the cookies away so he could have one every day after work. Which is funny because he isn’t the biggest sweet person, especially dark chocolate. So the fact that he loved these really surprised me. He loves them warmed up in the microwave a few seconds, I like them just at room temp. Here is the funny thing about my husband and his love for these cookies, one afternoon after heating one up for a few seconds he topped it with a layer of Nutella. Oh. My. Goodness. So good. Rich, but oh so good. If you love Nutella, you’ve got to try it.
My kids love these cookies as well. After our first batch they were devoured and my kids asked me when I was going to make the next batch of brownie cookies and these cookies really do taste like a chewy chocolate brownie.
So if you love brownies, chocolate, Starbucks or well anything just delicious, you will not just love these but you will devour them. Enjoy!
My favorite kitchen items I used to make this FLOURLESS CHEWY CHOCOLATE COOKIE.
Sheet Pan: I love using a larger sheet pan while cooking because I am feeding my family of seven. I love aluminium for when I do sheet pan meals. I would start with this 13 by 18 half sheet pan. I love these pans so much that I have 9!
Kitchen Aid Mixer: I love my Kitchenaid mixer and use it almost daily. For cookies, breads, sauces, frostings and dough – I find many recipes that I can use my Kitchen Aid to reduce prep time. I have two that I couldn’t live without.
Hand Mixer: I love these for small batches or quick and easy recipes that don’t require a lot of ingredients. I love that you can have so many color options now, I love personally love teal.
Mixing Bowls: I love having a variety of sizes of mixing bowls. From small to large, I find that having at least 3 bowls of different sizes has been an essential in my kitchen. I prefer Pyrex because of the durability.
Love Starbucks sweet treats? Check out a few of these other great copycat recipes: Copycat Starbucks Double Chocolate Brownies, Copycat Starbucks Chocolate Chip Cookies, Copycat Starbucks Michigan Cherry Oat Bars, Copycat Starbucks Blueberry Muffins and Starbucks Lemon Loaf Copycat.
Check out how easy these are to make.
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- 3 cups powdered sugar
- ¾ cup unsweetened cocoa powder
- 1 tablespoon cornstarch
- 1/4 tsp salt
- 2 large egg whites
- 1 large egg
- 2 teaspoons vanilla extract
- ½ cup semi-sweet chocolate chips
- ½ cup dark chocolate chips
Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
In a large mixing bowl whisk together powder sugar, unsweetened cocoa powder, cornstarch and sea salt. Once well combined mix in egg whites, egg and vanilla until completely combined and batter is smooth. Fold in allof the chocolate chips but 2 tablespoon of the 60% cocoa chocolate chips.
Scoop onto baking sheet prepared with parchment paper; 6 large cookies or 8 regular cookies.
If you are making large cookies, do 1 very generous scoop, then use your finger to make the dough into a perfect circle. If you are making regular cookies, just do 1 cookie dough scooper full and make sure to spread the cookie with your finger in a perfect circle.
Top 3-4 chocolate chip from the 2 tablespoons of chocolate chips set aside on top of each cookie.
Place in pre-heated oven and bake for 12-16 minutes, depending on your cookie size.
12-14 minutes for normal sized cookies, makes 16 cookies
16 minutes for generous sized cookies, makes 9 cookies
Remove from oven and cookie on cooling rack for 3-5 minutes.
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