Waffle Iron Chocolate Chip Cookies


Sometimes all a girl wants is just a chocolate chip cookie. Or two. Or four.

(At least that’s how I feel about cookies.)

And that’s one of the reasons I like to keep dough in my freezer at all times. For “one of those days.”

Before we go on…

Patiently waiting. (Such is the life of a child of a food blogger.)

Mom, is it time yet? Can I have one yet?

Should I start with the gooey chocolate?

Or go for the whole cookie?

Whole cooke. #glee

Happy boy.

And I’ll leave you with the cookie close-ups.

(Now, go grab your waffle iron and get to “baking”!)

(This is definitely my new favorite way to make cookies in a flash!!!)

Check out the video and learn more about these Waffle Iron Chocolate Chip Cookies at SmartCookingGuide.com!

I used frozen cookie dough I had in the freezer, but feel free to use your favorite cookie recipe or the traditional Nestle Toll House version.  Or if you need a food allergy friendly cookie recipe then be sure to check out my Gluten Free, Dairy Free, Soy Free Chocolate Chip Cookies.

Disclosure: This post and video are part of a campaign with SmartCookingGuide.com. Opinions and adorable children are my own.


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