Hershey’s Deep Dark Chocolate Cookies


These Hershey’s Deep Dark Chocolate Cookies have chocolate chips in them and taste as good as they look! In other words…..delicious! They are a cookie with that fantastic Hershey flavor so how can you go wrong? This recipe came directly from my Hershey’s Cookbook.

To see the step by step directions with pictures and a printable recipe card click HERE.


Categories: Chocolate, Cookies, Desserts, Eggs


  1. Thank you for your advice on blogging. You see you cook and blog it and more will like recipes rather than buy magazines on it. Mine are historical facts and short stories now too. Bit harder to drive traffic as they call it on such. I like your chocy biscuit recipe too. Sounds I can make them today as Anita on way out to see friends

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    • You’re welcome. If you search and follow other bloggers in historical facts and short stories they generally follow you back because it’s the same interest. Then you will really start to build your blogging community. Enjoy those cookies they are delicious!


      • Oh yes – wonderful indeed and I can remember when my mom saw them advertised in a magazine and said “you’ll like these, like a Reeses Peanut Butter cup – see if you can find them next time you go grocery shopping” and you had better believe I made a point of looking for them! I liked them better than the white chocolate chips. Same thing with the Heath brickle bits that are like English toffee chips – my mom used to make “Texas Brickle Cookies” – it was one of my favorites. Big cookies with lots of those brickle bits in them.

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