I threw these together last night after rummaging around the kitchen looking for something sweet for dessert. I had a little bit of cookie dough leftover, from making cookies this weekend but I wanted something more than an average cookie. Noticing a can of biscuits in the refrigerator, I started to ponder what I could do with them. Before I realized what exactly I was doing, my hands were pressing the cookie dough into hollowed out biscuit dough. Once I took them out of the oven, I realized they were missing something. Remembering some hot fudge I had on hand, I heated it up and the rest is history.
My husband took one look at my crazy concoction, cocked an eyebrow and said "I can't decide if you're insane or a genius". After he took a bite, with his mouth full, he declared in his always deadpan delivery "Genius, mmmnnnahm. Yep, genius."!
- The cookie dough may flatten out or deflate a little when cooled. Don't worry, once you top them with hot fudge and maybe a dollop of whipped cream or ice cream, nobody will care!
- Other flavor cookie dough and toppings can be used as well. Peanut Butter cookie dough with warm caramel sauce, Oatmeal Raisin cookie dough with warm butterscotch ice cream topping, etc.
- Try brushing the biscuits with melted butter and sprinkle with cinnamon sugar before baking, proceed as normal. Amazing!
Chocolate Chip Cookie Biscuits
1 can refrigerated biscuits, 10 count
1/2 cup prepared chocolate chip cookie dough
1/2 cup Hot Fudge
Press out middles of biscuit dough like you are making donuts. Place biscuits on a lightly greased cookie sheet. Fill hollowed out center of each biscuit with a tablespoon of cookie dough. Press the cookie dough so it is flat and even with top of biscuit. Bake at 375 for 10-13 minutes or until lightly golden. Let sit for 2 minutes and drizzle with hot fudge (about 1 tablespoon per biscuit). Serve warm.