A Simple Mudslide Cookie recipe which will warm your hearts and delight your guests. Nothing says winter and holiday time more than Kahlua and Baileys Irish cream, mixed in a cookie. These decadent treats are so rich, they will be a wonderful addition to your holiday gatherings. Leave Santa something extra special this year. A Mudslide cookie with my favorite cocktail recipe( Santa's little helper.) Ho, Ho, Ho, that's the way to go! LOL
1Mix Mudslide ingredients together for recipe and set aside.
whisk the flour,baking soda,coffee,cocoa and salt together in a bowl.Put to the side.
2In a bowl add softened butter,and sugar. Beat together well. Add eggs,and vanilla and beat together. Add 8 tablespoons of the mudslide mixture you made. mix in 2 Tablespoons at a time until well incorporated.
3add the white chocolate,and milk chocolate chips to mixture, stir in to combine. Put dough in the freezer for an hour or 2.
4heat oven to 350. line a sheet pan with parchment paper.
heat oven to 350 degree's.Take dough and make in to balls. Dip each ball in the remaining Mudslide mix you made,and place on parchment lined baking sheet. bake at 350 degree's for 10 minutes or until done.Cool cookies
5Put 1/2 cup of white chips in microwave,or in double boiler with 1/2 the shortening,1 tsp milk,Kahlua.and Baileys. melt and stir together until it is liquid enough to drizzle.If you need more milk add a little at a time. You just want it liquid enough to drizzle. Don't make it watery looking. If microwaving-set timer to one or two minutes,and stop and start microwave to stir chips a few times. White chips are harder to melt than chocolate ones.
6drizzle the cookies with mixture you melted, and put in fridge to set chocolate. Remove from fridge and bring to room temp.,and enjoy.