Double Chocolate Nutella & Peppermint Thumbprint Cookies


Learn how to make this easy Christmas cookie recipe, Double Chocolate Nutella & Peppermint Thumbprint Cookie

Learn how to make this easy Christmas cookie recipe, Double Chocolate Nutella & Peppermint Thumbprint Cookies. This recipe is sponsored by Mirum Shopper but all opinions are my own.

 

Learn how to make this easy Christmas cookie recipe, Double Chocolate Nutella & Peppermint Thumbprint Cookie

It’s the most wonderful time of the year. Christmas is my favorite time of the year for many reasons. Sometimes it’s hard to explain exactly how much I really love Christmas. This time of the year brings back so many wonderful memories, but it is also bittersweet. I’m reminded of spending every Christmas at my Grandma’s house from the time I was born until the age of 13. We continued to carry on the traditions she left with our family. She would always put out a certain bowl with Christmas candy, her tree would be in the same spot each year, and she baked the same delicious meals every year. We looked forward to heading to Columbus, Ohio each December to spend time with her, our cousins, and the rest of my Mom’s side of the family. It was always a wonderful time. Two years ago we lost my Mom. Christmas time now holds bittersweet feelings for all of us. Losing my Dad this spring put another damper into our Christmas spirits. However, my Mom and Grandma were big into Christmas. Knowing this, we continue on and carry their traditions, as well as make some of our own. Thankfully, I am married to a man who loves to cook and come up with creative new holiday dishes. We are doing our best to instill those same important Christmas memories in our boys, including rolling up our sleeves and doing some baking in the kitchen.

Learn how to make this easy Christmas cookie recipe, Double Chocolate Nutella & Peppermint Thumbprint Cookie

I’ve been craving a really good Christmas cookie with chocolate in it. I also wanted something with Nutella in it, because, hello, who doesn’t like Nutella? Plus, with it being on sale at Meijer for under $1.00 the past few weeks, I need some ways to use it! Peppermint is another ingredient that’s always popular around this time of the year, so I added it to the list. After sitting down and talking to Derrick about a cookie idea, he came up with a double chocolate Nutella & peppermint thumbprint cookie!

Learn how to make this easy Christmas cookie recipe, Double Chocolate Nutella & Peppermint Thumbprint Cookie

We headed out the door to Meijer. As you all know, Meijer is one of my favorite (if not the most favorite) store to shop at, especially with their weekly deals, mPerk savings, and unadvertised deals. As you know, we post deals and matchups daily on the blog; you can find here. Meijer is your one-shop-store for all of your holiday supplies, gifts, and accessories!

Country Crock Spread

As I made my way down the list of all the ingredients I needed, I always check my mPerk account to see what mPerk coupons I can clip to match what’s in my basket. Right now, Meijer has an mPerk coupon to Buy 1, Get 1 FREE Country Crock Spread, 15 oz. (offer valid 12/4 – 12/25/16)

Learn how to make this easy Christmas cookie recipe, Double Chocolate Nutella & Peppermint Thumbprint Cookie

The main way I save money on food and my weekly meal plan is shopping for what it is on sale, and what coupons/mperks I have available to use. Since this is a great BOGO coupon, I decided to get two Country Crock Spreads to use in my homemade thumbprint cookie recipe.

After checking out via self checkout, we came home, rolled up our sleeves, and got to work. After a while, the kitchen started to smell like a chocolate factory. The youngest, Zayd’n, likes to come help out in the kitchen from time-to-time. He joined in on the baking fun, and helped put this cookie masterpiece together. Creating memories, baking in the kitchen, Christmas movies, hot chocolate, and enjoying family time are the things I love best about Christmas.

We’ve tested this recipe out and tried several cookies just to make sure it’s “worthy” to share! And it is! You can grab the recipe below, and make your own batch of this chocolatey goodness.

And, be sure to stop by your local Meijer store to pick up your BOGO offer of Country Crock Spread 15 oz tubs (and clip the mPerk!)

Learn how to make this easy Christmas cookie recipe, Double Chocolate Nutella & Peppermint Thumbprint Cookie

We also had a little help from our Elves! πŸ™‚

Learn how to make this easy Christmas cookie recipe, Double Chocolate Nutella & Peppermint Thumbprint Cookie

Double Chocolate Nutella & Peppermint Thumbprint Cookies

Ingredients:

  • 2 1/2 cups all-purpose flour
  • 6 tablespoons cocoa powder
  • 2 tablespoons instant espresso powder
  • 1 teaspoon baking soda
  • 1/2 teaspoon sea salt
  • 1 cup Country Crock (at room temperature)
  • 1 cup granulated sugar
  • 3/4 light brown sugar
  • 1 tablespoon pure vanilla extract
  • 2 large eggs
  • 1 cup white chocolate chips
  • 1 cup dark chocolate chips
  • 1 cup mixed nuts, pistachios, and cranberries
  • Nutella for thumbprint filling

Learn how to make this easy Christmas cookie recipe, Double Chocolate Nutella & Peppermint Thumbprint Cookie

Directions:

In the bowl of a stand mixer fitted with the whisk attachment, add softened Country Crock spread, brown sugar, and granulated sugar. Beat on med-high until the mixture is light and fluffy.

Easy Christmas Cookie: Double Chocolate Nutella Peppermint Thumbprint cookie

Add eggs one at a time and mix first egg completely into the cookie batter before adding the second egg.

In a separate bowl add and mix the all-purpose flour, baking soda, and sea salt.

With the stand mixer on it’s lowest setting slowing add the flour mixture into the wet mixture. Mix ingredients until just incorporated.

Easy Christmas Cookie: Double Chocolate Nutella Peppermint Thumbprint cookie

Fold in the white and dark chocolate chips.

Next, fold in the dried cranberry, pistachio, and blended nut mixture. Stir until combined.

Easy Christmas Cookie: Double Chocolate Nutella Peppermint Thumbprint cookie

Line a cookie sheet with parchment paper and drop two tablespoons of cookie dough onto the palm of your hands. Roll the cookie dough into a round ball and place on the cookie sheet, repeat the process until you have 6 to 8 cookies on a cookie sheet at 2 inches apart.

Easy Christmas Cookie: Double Chocolate Nutella Peppermint Thumbprint cookie

Bake cookies at 375 degrees for 15 – 20 minutes.

Remove cookies from the oven and get them time to cool. While the cookies are still warm, use the back of your spoon or your thumb and press a declivity into the center of each cookie.

Easy Christmas Cookie: Double Chocolate Nutella Peppermint Thumbprint cookie

Fill each hollow with Nutella and candy cane sprinkles.

Easy Christmas Cookie: Double Chocolate Nutella Peppermint Thumbprint cookie

Easy Christmas Cookie: Double Chocolate Nutella Peppermint Thumbprint cookie

Serve.

Learn how to make this easy Christmas cookie recipe, Double Chocolate Nutella & Peppermint Thumbprint Cookie

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Learn how to make this easy Christmas cookie recipe, Double Chocolate Nutella & Peppermint Thumbprint Cookie

Learn how to make this easy Christmas cookie recipe, Double Chocolate Nutella & Peppermint Thumbprint Cookie

 

Double Chocolate Nutella & Peppermint Thumbprint Cookies

Double Chocolate Nutella & Peppermint Thumbprint Cookies

Ingredients

  • Ingredients:
  • 2 1/2 cups all-purpose flour
  • 6 tablespoons cocoa powder
  • 2 tablespoons instant espresso powder
  • 1 teaspoon baking soda
  • 1/2 teaspoon sea salt
  • 1 cup Country Crock (at room temperature)
  • 1 cup granulated sugar
  • 3/4 light brown sugar
  • 1 tablespoon pure vanilla extract
  • 2 large eggs
  • 1 cup white chocolate chips
  • 1 cup dark chocolate chips
  • 1 cup mixed nuts, pistachios, and cranberries
  • Nutella for thumbprint filling
  • Learn how to make this easy Christmas cookie recipe, Double Chocolate Nutella & Peppermint Thumbprint Cookie

Instructions

  • Directions:
  • In the bowl of a stand mixer fitted with the whisk attachment, add softened Country Crock spread, brown sugar, and granulated sugar. Beat on med-high until the mixture is light and fluffy.
  • Add eggs one at a time and mix first egg completely into the cookie batter before adding the second egg.
  • In a separate bowl add and mix the all-purpose flour, baking soda, and sea salt.
  • With the stand mixer on it's lowest setting slowing add the flour mixture into the wet mixture. Mix ingredients until just incorporated.
  • Fold in the white and dark chocolate chips.
  • Next, fold in the dried cranberry, pistachio, and blended nut mixture. Stir until combined.
  • Line a cookie sheet with parchment paper and drop two tablespoons of cookie dough onto the palm of your hands. Roll the cookie dough into a round ball and place on the cookie sheet, repeat the process until you have 6 to 8 cookies on a cookie sheet at 2 inches apart.
  • Bake cookies at 375 degrees for 15 - 20 minutes.
  • Remove cookies from the oven and get them time to cool. While the cookies are still warm, use the back of your spoon or your thumb and press a declivity into the center of each cookie.
  • Fill each hollow with Nutella and candy cane sprinkles.
  • Serve.

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    mPerk coupon to Buy 1, Get 1 FREE Country Crock Spread, 15 oz. (offer valid 12/4 – 12/25/16)

    Country Crock Buy 1 Get 1 fREE mPerk offer

     

    Deal idea on Country Crock Spread, 15 oz (reg price $2.19)

    Buy 2 at $2.19 each

    Final cost= $2.19 for both (comes to $1.09 each)

    Previous Meijer: Bush's Hummus Made Easy & Beans .12 cents
    Next Meijer: Pillsbury Mini Pies as low as FREE!!

    140 Comments

    1. December 8, 2016
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      These look so delicious. Perfect giveaways for Christmas as well.

    2. December 8, 2016
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      This look so delicious and so easy to make that even me who pretty much not a baker maybe can try at home πŸ˜€ I miss Country Crock (they don’t sell them here in Indonesia)

    3. December 8, 2016
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      I love baking with my kids. Those cookies would be a big hit in my house. Probably have to make a double batch.

    4. Angelic Sinova
      December 8, 2016
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      This is definitely my favorite time of the year too! I can’t really explain it but the holiday season just makes me so happy. Those Double Chocolate Nutella & Peppermint Thumbprint Cookies look super yummy. I can’t wait to try the recipe out.

    5. December 8, 2016
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      They look delicious, cookies are still a struggle for me. I have no idea why. Maybe I need a cute Kitchen Aid mixer like you have. The cookies look awesome.

    6. December 8, 2016
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      Chocolate and Nutella together?? I know my daughter would flip out for this cookies, what a yummy holiday treat to make!

    7. December 8, 2016
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      Whoa, I was already hungry and now I’m starving! These look so yummy, Nutella is my kryptonite!

    8. December 8, 2016
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      These cookies look amazing. We love Nutella in our house so these would be a hit!

    9. December 8, 2016
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      I’ve been seeing thumbprint cookies everywhere and they look so awesome! Your recipe in particular looks absolutely tasty.

    10. December 8, 2016
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      Oh my goodness yes please – what an absolutely delicious array of cookie goodies, I do need to try your recipe.

    11. December 8, 2016
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      this looks so delish. i love nutella…

    12. December 8, 2016
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      Now that is what I call a cookie! These sound so yummy – I have to give this recipe a try.

    13. December 8, 2016
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      Oh delicious! I love the touch of peppermint in this combo! I can’t wait to get home and start baking up cookies.

    14. Rebecca Swenor
      December 9, 2016
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      These double chocolate Nutella peppermint thumbprint cookies sounds and look delicious. My son loves Nutella so this recipe for these cookies I will have to try for sure for him. Thanks for sharing the recipe.

    15. Jeanine
      December 9, 2016
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      Wow these look delicious! This is a cookie I could really enjoy! I will have to see about making some my kids would love them too!

    16. December 9, 2016
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      okay now, these would not last in my house at all! I have three kids who are in love with Nutella! I ever feed my kids peanut butter because I don’t like it and always gave them Nutella instead, so now that is all they will eat too!

    17. December 11, 2016
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      These would be my absolute favorite yummy treats! I would love nutella and peppermint.

    18. You had me at chocolatete and nutella but the addition of peppermint is a wonderful twist. Stopping by from Motivation Monday and hope you join us at Pretty Pintastic Party open till Tuesday where every post is pinned!

    19. Christina Aliperti
      December 11, 2016
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      I am literally drooling right now these look so amazing and I love the combination of chocolate and peppermint.

    20. Nadine
      December 15, 2016
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      Oh my ! I do believe I will be trying these this year ! Every year I try to add at least one new cookie to the list. I’ve never used Nutella in cookies, can’t wait to try them !

    21. Mileah Logan
      December 15, 2016
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      I love chocolate, cranberries and pistachios so I can’t wait to try this recipe

    22. December 15, 2016
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      These cookies look amazing. Anything with chocolate and peppermint scream my name. I made traditional thumbprint cookies for my goodie boxes this year, and next year, these will be included. Thanks for sharing!

    23. Misty B.
      December 15, 2016
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      My daughter and I are baking this weekend and these cookies will be on my list. I might just leave off the peppermint though!

    24. Gregg Childers
      December 15, 2016
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      These peppermint thumbprint cookies look sooooo good. I’m going to try to make them for my beautiful fiancΓ©!!

    25. Amber Peters
      December 15, 2016
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      Cookies with Nutella wow, my kids would love these!! Ready to start our baking for Christmas?

    26. Jami medd
      December 15, 2016
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      These look really good. I am going to add them to my baking list. I’m sure will be a big hit the family Christmas.

    27. Adrianne Thompson
      December 15, 2016
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      These look so good! I’m going to have to try it with the cranberries (no pistachios for me!). But, chocolate and peppermint are my favorite flavors this time of year. Thanks for a new recipe to try this year.

    28. Sara Mcmahan
      December 15, 2016
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      Omg!! Cookies with Nutella, why didn’t I think of that?? Sounds amazing! Going to have to add these to my holiday baking.

    29. Barbara Alderink
      December 15, 2016
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      Nutella AND Peppermint! How can it get any better? Can’t wait to try them with my grandchildren.

    30. Nicole Mendoza
      December 15, 2016
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      These look so delicious! I think I might going to make some

    31. Tesha Fry
      December 15, 2016
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      Been wanting to try a cookie recipe with Nutella. And these sound delish, gonna have to make them for the family!

    32. December 15, 2016
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      I love anything with mint and chocolate. I will have to try these. Love baking with my kids

    33. Patricia Dye
      December 15, 2016
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      These cookies sound delicious. my grands and I, will make them as a holiday project. Thanks for the recipe.

    34. Freya keener
      December 15, 2016
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      I am very excited to try this recipe! My whole family loves nutella so I’m sure these will be delicious!!

    35. Carey Rosas
      December 15, 2016
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      Tat,

      I am going to try these cookies this weekend! P loves chocolate,, pepermint and Nutella! These will be a huge hit in our house.

    36. Amy Hall
      December 15, 2016
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      Love tying a coupon deal in with a perfect Christmas cookie recipe! Will definitely have to try making these with my daughter!

    37. Jessica Garvie
      December 15, 2016
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      These look delicious! I will have to try making these! Thank you for sharing!

    38. Karrie Craddock
      December 15, 2016
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      These look delicious! We have never tried Nutella, this would be a great way to. Plus I am starting my holiday baking this weekend so this recipe will be added to the list.

    39. Stephanie Denton
      December 15, 2016
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      theses cookies sound amazing , definitely want to try this recipe. thanks for all the great tips and yummy recipes. have a merry Christmas.

    40. Sabrina Sanches
      December 15, 2016
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      I’d love to see a recipe like this but less chocolate-y. Like, a white chocolate (is that possible?!) base. Or just standard sugar-cookie-esque. Or… more coffee, less chocolate. Hmm.
      I’m a rare breed– a kind that isn’t chocolate-crazy!

    41. Megan Kirkhart
      December 15, 2016
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      All my favorite flavors in one cookie! I will be hitting the store this weekend and picking up the ingredients (especially the b1g1 Country Crocker at Meijer)

    42. Brenda Johnson
      December 15, 2016
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      The cookies look like they taste good. I have never tried Nutella. Love the chocolate and the nuts.

    43. Lisa Varrie
      December 15, 2016
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      Im actually trying this today because of this blog. Great Christmas goodie bags for teachers.

    44. Gloria Bandy
      December 15, 2016
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      Thank you for posting the delicious looking cookie recipes!!!!!

    45. Amanda Hill
      December 15, 2016
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      These look so good- except I would have to find alternatives for the nuts and Nutella as I am deathly allergic to tree nuts.

    46. Liz Phillips
      December 15, 2016
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      This looks SO DELICIOUS!!
      Thank you for sharing!!
      Heading to the store now! ❀️Li

    47. Kailee bowman
      December 15, 2016
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      These look delicious. My son loves Nutella, definitely. Making these thanks.

    48. December 15, 2016
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      The combination sounds like it would taste delicious. I love Nutella, peppermint and pistachios. What a great combo

    49. REBEKAH
      December 15, 2016
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      Double chocolate? Nutella? AND peppermint!? All my favorites in one cookie! Thanks for sharing the recipe πŸ˜€

    50. victoria Schultz
      December 15, 2016
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      nutella cookies?! im making these for my holiday party!!

    51. Sabrina Tester
      December 15, 2016
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      Those sound good, and a great balance of chocolate with a hint of peppermint.

    52. Barbara Osborne
      December 15, 2016
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      My granddaughter is so in love with Nutella. She always asks for chocolate toast! These look so delicious that I’m going to need to try them. Your family is precious the way you bake together πŸ™‚

    53. Nancy kirkby
      December 15, 2016
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      I have 3 granddaughters that love to help in the kitchen. This recipe has made the list of Sunday Funday recipes.

    54. Janet Slaughter
      December 15, 2016
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      I can’t wait to try these, definitely added them to our holiday baking list.

    55. Nicole Wade
      December 15, 2016
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      I’m curious, could I use regular butter in place of the country crock? My daughter will want to make these if nutella is an ingredient!

    56. Antashia
      December 15, 2016
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      I just did a cookie bake, but have to still make cookies for “santa”….i think these win….they look DELICIOUS. im excited to try!

      • December 22, 2016
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        They will definitely be a win-win. Our kids loved them! I’m sure “Santa” will too! lol

    57. Carrie Richardson
      December 15, 2016
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      I love nutella. These cookies look yummy! I printed the recipe already & will probably try them this weekend.

    58. Amy
      December 15, 2016
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      Look delicious,A couple right now would be great! New cookie on my list.

    59. Renee buchanan
      December 15, 2016
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      Making. These for my cookie exchange..I’m sure they will be a huge hit…Merry Christmas ❀❀

    60. Martina avang
      December 16, 2016
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      Omg. I tried this recipe and the cookies were delicious! I love chocolate so this was the perfect recipe. Thanks!!

    61. Paula Narva
      December 16, 2016
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      Nutella and peppermint? I’m in!

    62. December 16, 2016
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      I can’t wait t9 try this recipe. Making a list now for the items I need. Thank you for posting this.

    63. Karen
      December 16, 2016
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      Peppermint and coffee, in a cookie, does it get any better?? Next on my list of things to make!

    64. Jennifer Leverenz
      December 16, 2016
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      These cookies look yummy My daughter loves Nutella. I’m going to make a batch today!

    65. lekedia baltimore
      December 16, 2016
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      i enjoyed your recipe. i like how you added espresso. i enjoyed the pictures. i am not that clever to come up with a cookie recipe. baking requires knowing exact measurements. great job. they seem delicious

    66. December 16, 2016
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      Chocolate and peppermint…have to make these. One of my favorite combos. Thanks for sharing this one!

    67. December 16, 2016
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      these cookies are a win win in all categories! great anytime cookies! thanx for sharing!

    68. Melanie
      December 16, 2016
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      Nuttella, peppermint and pistachios=yum! Will have to try this sometime. Thanks

    69. December 16, 2016
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      Love this recipe…using it for my cookie exchange…Merry Christmas….p.s. i posted last night but dont see it on here…hoping im not posting twice

    70. Robin Hutton
      December 16, 2016
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      This recipe seems pretty easy to accomplish. I’m not a baker but I think I can pull this off. The cookies look delicious and I know my son wound love to try these. Meijer is my favorite store. Thank you for sharing your recipe and time. Blessings to you and your family.

    71. December 16, 2016
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      These look absolutely amazing! I have never made any cookies with Nutella, but your story and recipe have got me checking to see what I need at home to make them. I also enjoy having the children help make cookies during this time, the memories made in the kitchen last a lifetime! Thanks!!

      • December 22, 2016
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        Yes, and at the end of the day, those memories are what’s really important!

    72. Nina H
      December 16, 2016
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      They sound delicious! I would probably omit the cranberries since my boys would flip out to see fruit in a cookie. ?

    73. Shelly Neuhouser
      December 16, 2016
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      These cookies sound so good. I have never used Nutella to bake cookies. I also always use butter. These look so good, I am going to have to get out of my comfort zone and try them using Country Crock!

    74. December 16, 2016
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      these look great and i have been looking for different ideas to use up all the nutella and country crock that i got such great deals on at Meijer thank you

    75. Tonia Rastelli
      December 16, 2016
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      These look amazing perfect time for them πŸ™‚

    76. Aleycia Feggan
      December 16, 2016
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      I love that this recipe will help me use up the Nutella that I stocked up on during recent sales. My kids take peanut butter and Nutella sandwiches for lunch almost daily and they’re getting burnt out. This will be great to share with family and friends while clearing out some space in the pantry!!

    77. Lindsey Edmiston Chemacki
      December 16, 2016
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      These look yummy! We always make thumbprint cookies as part of our holiday baking!

    78. karen batten
      December 16, 2016
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      These sound really good. Definitely will have to make some.

    79. December 16, 2016
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      I love using Mperks to save money when i am cooking from a recipe! Surprisingly, my kids would love these short of the peppermint pieces so i would have to leave those off. Thanks for sharing!

      • December 22, 2016
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        Yes mPerks is a great way to save money while shopping at Meijer! Definitely try it, pretty easy to make and our boys loved them!

    80. Nikki McCowen
      December 17, 2016
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      Yum! I would personaly do without the nuts but nutella in the middle … heaven! Perfect cookies for Santa!

      • December 22, 2016
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        Yes, you can skip the nuts. But the nutella, oh my goodness!

    81. Miranda
      December 17, 2016
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      yum!! ? I’m not fond of peppermint but love everything else in the cookies. I’m actually going to use your exact receipt and give it a try, always looking for something different. What a great tradition ?? My family likes to make traditional FINNISH baked goods during this time of year. Happy Holidays to you and your family.

    82. Ashley compeau
      December 17, 2016
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      I can’t wait to try these they look so good. And would love to win a gift card

    83. Jessica spencer
      December 17, 2016
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      These look delicious and easy!

    84. December 20, 2016
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      The cookies look delish – I haven’t tried Nutella yet but these look great! One of my favorite holiday traditions is making fudge:)

      • December 22, 2016
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        That’s on our list too, we love fudge!

    85. Sharlene Johnson
      December 20, 2016
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      Looks pretty easy….love to try new recipes

    86. Mary Schaeffer
      December 20, 2016
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      We love Nutella! These cookies look yummy!

    87. Charlotte Steenbergen
      December 20, 2016
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      I love nutella, peppermint, cranberries and uhm espresso?! I’m all in. Saving this!

    88. December 20, 2016
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      I will have to make these delicious looking cookies with the good buys I have gotten from here. The cookies look so good and I am sure they are calorie free.

    89. Michaela L.
      December 20, 2016
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      Yum! Nutella is my favorite and I bet the peppermint makes the cookies even better!

    90. Lori Siefker
      December 20, 2016
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      I never seen this recipe before! I’m done with my holiday baking but maybe next year!

    91. Denise
      December 20, 2016
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      Those cookies look so good!! I am definitely going to try these for christmas. Chocolate and peppermint in such a yummy combo

      • December 22, 2016
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        Yes, it’s definitely a good combo, you can’t go wrong with chocolate and peppermint!

    92. Tresa Mohler
      December 20, 2016
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      They sound amazing. I will have to try your them with a nut alternative. For me. But make them that way for the rest of the family. Thank you for the new recipe.

    93. Tricia M
      December 20, 2016
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      Just wondering if the espresso powder is necessary? Cant have caffeine. Other than that, these sound amazing!!

      • December 22, 2016
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        You can leave it out. It just add to the chocolate flavor!

    94. Betsy
      December 20, 2016
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      Sounds great! My kids love to bake and use nuetella.

    95. December 20, 2016
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      Looks like an easy recipe! I love that you have your son in the kitchen with you, so special!

    96. Kira
      December 20, 2016
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      These look amazing. I’ll be putting these in your kind tray. You can never have too much Nutella in your life.

    97. Tara L
      December 20, 2016
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      These look amazing! And cost-efficient too!

    98. December 20, 2016
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      My plans for the holiday is to spend the time with my grandbabies and watch them open gifts have some stuffed peppers w/mashed potatoes /white rice/spaghetti for dinner. Those are the plans

      • December 22, 2016
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        That sounds like a lot of fun! And yummy dish ideas too!

    99. Angie Vella
      December 20, 2016
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      These These look delicious. I will definitely have to try this holiday season. Thank you

    100. Lisa najman
      December 20, 2016
      Reply

      This sounds delicious! All of my favorite flavors!

    101. Kimmie
      December 20, 2016
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      Looks good, to bad they have nut allergies in this household

    102. teri hadley
      December 20, 2016
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      I have never tried nutella before

    103. Roudianah Zakaria
      December 20, 2016
      Reply

      These look easy to make . I made fruit filled thumb prints for the first time ever a couple of weeks ago and they were delicious. I never knew you could use country crock butter! Good job!

    104. Tina webb
      December 20, 2016
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      I absolutely love this recipe I might try it without nutella. My daughter is the only one who likes nutella. It. Looks delicious.

    105. December 20, 2016
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      Nutella and sea salt sounds wonderful.

    106. TT
      December 21, 2016
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      Anything with Nutella is a hit. Can’t wait to try it.

    107. Shayna Hoard
      December 21, 2016
      Reply

      Those look delicious, I usually make mine with jam but chocolate thumbprint cookies may become a new favorite. I’m baking cookies today and these just went on my list. I’ll also be making crinkle cookies! Thanks for the recipe, who doesn’t love chocolate?

    108. Kaitlin Kehrer-Scharphorn
      December 21, 2016
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      These look so yummy! I might have to run to the store to get what I don’t already have!

    109. Lauren Smith
      December 21, 2016
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      Those look delicious, I’m definitely going to make some! Yummm

    110. Tammy Frazier
      December 21, 2016
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      These sound delicious! I think this will be our new cookie next year for our annual Christmas cookie day baking πŸ™‚

    111. Nicole may
      December 21, 2016
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      These sound yummy. Will have to try making these with my daughter for new years

    112. Jessica Lane
      December 21, 2016
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      THese look amazing…..today is cookie making day here so we may try. Only thing is how important in the expressro powder?? I know I do not have any of that in hand.

      • December 22, 2016
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        It just gives it a more chocolatey flavor. You can leave it out.

    113. Danielle Parham
      December 21, 2016
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      These cookies look really good and it looks like you guys had fun making them!
      Family is what the holidays are all about!

    114. Tiffany Barnes
      December 21, 2016
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      I haven’t tried any cookies with Nutella as an ingredient. Seems like this might be the perfect recipe to start with because I also love peppermint!

    115. Alisha Riase
      December 21, 2016
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      I have so much Nutella from meijers I’m going to try this thanks so much I was looking for a good cookie recipe with Nutella. <3

      • December 22, 2016
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        LOL me too!!! That’s why I was like, yeah we need to use some of this Nutella up!!

    116. Lesley Hartzler
      December 21, 2016
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      These cookies look amazing! I have been wanting to make a chocolate cookie this Christmas- and I absolutely love Nutella, so these are going to be perfect! I think I’ll go to Meijer today and pick up the ingredients πŸ™‚

    117. Jessica Bowers
      December 21, 2016
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      This actually looks like a recipe I could master!!

    118. December 21, 2016
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      I never thought of putting pistashios in my cookies before great idea must try!!!

    119. Laura Bryan
      December 21, 2016
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      Looks delicious! Will have to add these to our Christmas baking day!

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