These Mini Baileys Chocolate Cheesecake Trifles are full of chocolate and Baileys flavor! I am totally in love with the fun mix in textures. Between no bake cheesecake, cookie crumbles and whipped cream - these trifles have it all!
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Six ingredients, gluten free, dairy free, and they taste amazing. They actually taste like they have flour in them. They're so easy that even if you don't bake, I promise, you can make these. Print the recipe, buy the ingredients, and whip up some crazy good chocolate chip cookies.
Heather says: Thin, chewy, classic. Yes, I'll post a puffy, cakey version tomorrow. Well, if I can remember to buy shortening. Ingredients: 2 1/4 cups all purpose flour 1 tsp baking soda 1 tsp salt 1 cup (2 sticks butter)
I received this an email from ATK. I substituted dried cranraisins for the dried cherries, semi-sweet chocolate chips for bittersweet chocolate and used my hand mixer. Dried cranberries may also be used instead of the cherries. Quick oats may be used instead but will yield a cookie with slightly less chewiness. These cookies will keep for 4 to 5 days stored in airtight container or zipper-lock bag, but they will lose their crisp exterior and become uniformly chewy after a day or so. I only baked one cookie tray at a time. These were very good. I froze them in individual bags for a sweet treat.
Ivy says: I know Heather already posted chocolate chip cookies, but a couple of times a year, when I was a kid, my mom would make these cookies and they were fabulous. Not just good, not just great, fabulous. Divine,