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Better than store-bought Homemade Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookie Crisp Cereal. Yes, you can make chocolate chip cookie cereal at home. It’s way easier than you’d think. And yes, so much better than the boxed stuff! This cereal is crunchy, sweet, and heavy on those chocolate chips…just like a good chocolate chip cookie, but in cereal form. Every bite is roll your eyes back good. It’s best enjoyed any time of day…with milk, as an ice cream topping, or simply by the handfuls.

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Really, who would not want cookies for breakfast? I mean, right??

You guys, this is such a fun recipe. And of course, a delicious one too! While I hesitated to share this recipe, I’m so excited that I listened to both of my cousins and my mom. It could be a huge hit or a huge miss, I just don’t know. Either way, I personally love this fun, delicious recipe.

Backstory, this was actually a recipe I shared back in 2013. Yes, all the way back in the day. And it’s been one I’ve been thinking about non-stop for weeks. It’s not a recipe you’re going to make daily, or evenly on a weekly basis. But it’s one you’ll make when you’re craving something fun and cute to bake up in the kitchen.

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The Story

For some reason when I think of spring and summer, I always think of cereal. This has nothing to do with my childhood. Honestly, I didn’t eat all that much cereal growing up. When I was younger…and by younger I mean maybe between the ages of five and ten…breakfast on weekdays was either frozen Eggo waffles, french toast sticks, bagels, or, if we were lucky, those buttery frozen Eggo cinnamon toast waffles. Did anyone else have those growing up? The cinnamon waffles were my favorite…my younger brothers enjoyed them too.

My mom was young, busy, and definitely relied quite a bit on the freezer section when it came to breakfast. Processed food was all good back then. Really, you can’t blame her, five boys and one needy little girl (me) required some freezer aisle food.

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As I got older I went through a period of drinking those Carnation Instant Breakfast drinks. Then a year of toasted English muffins. And then, I do remember a brief period where I ate corn flakes in high school, but that was brief.

Basically, any breakfast that I had to eat before school was not a good one. All I wanted was to get something in me to get me through the school day. Breakfast was quick, boring, and nothing special…nor healthy, looking back.

Okay, so what does springtime have to do with this Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookie Crisp Cereal?

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Nothing really, other than the fact that cereal is something you can grab, eat, and enjoy without cooking or preparing a thing. Which makes me think that cereal is a good spring/summer food. It allows you to get outside as fast as you can. Which was always my goal growing up!

And let’s be real, it’s pretty darn fun.

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Here are the details

First up, I will say that I realize cookies for breakfast is indulgent. But look at this as a weekend treat, or geez, just eat them for dessert, it really doesn’t matter.

Second, I did make them with coconut oil, a lower amount of sugar, and whole wheat flour, so at least they’re a little healthier!

The dough is the simplest thing ever. It’s just like making normal cookies, except you’re making the cookies very small. A little tedious, but not as tedious as it looks.

The trickiest and most time-consuming part is rolling the dough into the tiniest little balls you can imagine. I made things a lot easier by flattening the dough into squares, cutting tiny squares with a knife, then rolling those into a ball. It takes twenty minutes or so to get through all the cookies, so not that bad. And…it’s a really great task to assign to your kids.

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The important thing to remember is that the cookie bites do not need to be anywhere close to perfect or even uniform in size. Having different sizes is actually best, you’ll get a variety of textures with each bite!

Once the dough balls have all been rolled, you bake. No chilling needed, just bake for six to eight minutes, the smells are wonderful. You can eat them warm or let them cool. As they cool they become crunchier and so delish.

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And that’s pretty much it. Could not be simpler, and the end result is so delicious. Asher was, and is, beyond excited…honestly, so I am I. These are really good and were so much fun to make.

Now, these probably taste nothing like the store-bought counterparts. I’m hoping they are so much better. You can really taste the oatmeal, the chocolate, and the undertone flavors of vanilla. Yummm!

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But the real question? Can you enjoy this cereal with milk? YES, you can! And they are beyond GOOD in milk, especially warm (please try this). They’re also great by the handful, or when served atop ice cream, or even yogurt. The options are endless, but for me, I like them best with cold milk or just by the handful for snacking. What’s your pick?

This cereal is the simplest to make and every single ingredient is a pantry staple. Meaning you have zero excuses to not bake these up this weekend!

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Looking for other homemade favorites? Here are a few…

Homemade Cinnamon Toast Crunch

Chocolate Fudge Pop Tarts

Frosted Brown Sugar Cinnamon Pop Tarts

Homemade Vegan Twix Bars

Homemade Healthy Samoas Cookies

Lastly, if you make this Homemade Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookie Crisp Cereal, be sure to leave a comment and/or give this recipe a rating! Above all, I love to hear from you guys and always do my best to respond to each and every comment. And of course, if you do make this recipe, don’t forget to tag me on Instagram! Looking through the photos of recipes you all have made is my favorite!

Homemade Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookie Cereal

Prep Time 30 minutes
Cook Time 10 minutes
Total Time 40 minutes
Servings: 8
Calories Per Serving: 490 kcal

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Instructions

  • 1. Preheat the oven to 350° F. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper.
    2. In a mixing bowl, beat together the coconut oil, sugar, brown sugar, vanilla, and eggs until combined. Add the whole wheat flour, flour, oats, baking soda, and salt. Fold in the chocolate chips.
    3. Divide the dough into 4 pieces. Working on a piece of parchment paper, flatten each piece of dough into a 1/2 inch thick rectangle. Using a knife, cut the dough into tiny squares, about 3/4 inch x 3/4 inch. These do not need to be exact, some can be smaller, some can be larger. See above photos. Roll the squares into balls, placing each on the prepared baking sheet. If the dough feels dry, rub your hands with coconut oil before rolling.
    4. Bake for 6 to 8 minutes. Let cool completely, then store in an airtight container for up to 1 week. Enjoy...with milk, atop ice cream, or simply by the handful.

Notes

To Make Gluten Free: Use an equal amount of your favorite gluten free flour blend in place of the all-purpose flour and whole wheat flour. I recommend Cup4Cup gluten free flour

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    1. Hi there! Thanks so much for trying out this recipe, so glad to hear it was enjoyed! Have a wonderful week! xTieghan

  1. 5 stars
    Tiegan! These are so so soooo good! Thank you! I’m on my way to making them for the third time already. I’ve ordered both your books. They’re arriving here in Germany tomorrow:)

    1. Hey Monica,
      Awesome! Love to hear that this recipe was enjoyed, thanks a lot for giving it a try! xTieghan

  2. Is there a replacement for coconut oil? I can’t stand the way it taste 🤣 but everything else is so delicious.

    1. Hey Kylea,
      You can use butter in place of the coconut oil. I hope the recipe turns out amazing for you, please let me know if you give it a try! xTieghan

  3. 5 stars
    Is this just normal cookie dough, or is there something unique about it that makes it work for the tiny scale? I’m wondering if I can use some of the dough to make large/normal sized cookies? Or if I can use a different one of your cookie recipes to make cookie cereal? Basically, I want to know if I can use any cookie recipe to make this cereal. Thanks so much as always for the adorable & delicious content!

    1. Hey Maya,
      You can make these any size you would like. I hope you love the recipe, please let me know if you give it a try! xTieghan

  4. This is such an interesting idea. While it doesn’t immediately appeal to me, I think it’s creative. My partner loves sweet cereal, so I’m considering making this for him (and watch me eat it all lol!). Definitely saving.

  5. Hi,

    Can’t wait to make this! I had one question: I could only find regular cake flour at my grocery store. What are the measurements for cake flour substituted for the pastry flour? Thanks!!!

    1. Hey Renee,
      I would go ahead and use an equal amount here. I hope you love the recipe, please let me know if you have any other questions! xTieghan

  6. I tried this recipe and the cookies didn’t turn out crispy, but rather soft. Do you know what might be the reason for this?

    1. Hey Chris,
      So sorry to hear this! It’s really hard to say without knowing a little more info. Was there anything you may have adjusted in the recipe? What kind of flours did you use? Let me know how I can help! xTieghan

    1. Hey Mary,
      I have not, the whole wheat pastry flour gives a lighter texture than regular whole wheat flour. I hope you love the recipe, please let me know if you give it a try! xTieghan

    1. Hey Amanda,
      I would recommend using Cup4cup GF flour for this recipe. I hope you love the cereal, please let me know if you give it a try! xTieghan

    1. Hey Elise,
      That will work just fine for you! I hope you love the recipe, please let me know if you give it a try! xTieghan

    1. Hey Rebecca,
      Thanks so much for making this recipe, I am thrilled that it was enjoyed! Have a great Sunday:) xTieghan

  7. Oh I have to make this!!! It looks amazing. What can I use instead of whole wheat pastry flour ??

    1. Hey Veronica,
      You could use a mix of GF flour, you could also use all purpose flour, the texture just might be slightly different. I hope you love the recipe, please let me know if you give it a try! xTieghan

      1. Hi! I didn’t have pastry flour and used whole wheat for both— sooo dry and needed an extra egg plus an extra cup of coconut oil. Hope I didn’t ruin them!!

        1. Hey Emily,
          So sorry to hear this! If you don’t have whole wheat pastry flour I would use all purpose flour. Whole wheat flour will definitely alter the results of the cookie. I hope this helps for next time! xTieghan

      1. Hey Laura,
        Yes, that will work, yours cookies might have a slightly different texture. I hope you love the recipe, please let me know if you give it a try! xTieghan

    1. Hey Rose,
      Yes, that will work just fine, you might have a slightly different texture as the whole wheat pastry flour creates a lighter, crunchier cookie. I hope you love the recipe, please let me know if you give it a try! xTieghan

  8. This looks awesome and is one of my favorite cereals! I’d love to make this but I can never get anything I bake to turn out well unless I have the weights of the flours. My cup measurements are always “off” (even with spoon and level method) and I end up with either too dry or too wet dough. Is it possible for you to list your baking recipes in grams as well as cups? Thanks!

    1. If you look at the bottom of the recipe there is a thing that says US Customary or Metric, click on Metric and it will convert it to grams for you 🙂

    2. Hey Kim,
      Simply click “metric” under the list of ingredients for the measurements in grams. I hope you love the recipe, please let me know if you give it a try! xTieghan

  9. Sorry but I have to be a contrarian here regarding the term “healthy”. Coconut oil is NOT a healthy oil. Numerous studies show it is higher in saturated fats than olive oil. A simple Google search will confirm. Coconut oil can significantly contribute to higher levels if LDL cholesterol. Coconut was a flash in the pan fad 5-6 years ago. I even bought a book about how “healthful” it is but after talking to a good friend who is an degreed nutritionist, I was set straight.
    I think I will try this recipe…halved…with a light olive oil.

    1. But you’re making an assumption that “saturated fats” are “bad” for you and there is a lot of conflicting science out there about that too.

      You should be a lot more concerned with the sugar in this recipe than the coconut oil.

      1. PS: I should say I think this recipe is adorable and would make for such a fun dessert for a dinner party

    2. I wouldn’t stake my health on a nutritionist’s opinion, they’re not educated in dietetics. Now, a registered dietician would have the complete version of the incomplete information that you’re attempting to spark fear with. Further, as a medical professional who spends an inordinate amount of time looking at patient labs, I can tell you that cholesterol levels are far more complex than you’ve boiled them down to be, as are the foods that impact cholesterol and how they do it and to whom they have a negative impact. Something as simple as a cupcake can have a substantial, negative impact on the serum cholesterol of some, where others can consume all the fats and oils they want with little to no remarkable impact in one direction or another on their cholesterol levels.

  10. 5 stars
    so adorable…the pop-tart “copy” recipe you posted last year tickled-me, but this one is even more fun. Also, thank you for the nod to “gluten-free” version, I’ll be making these for my niece today. Ah – no wee-ones in the house so I’ll be using my 1″ ice-cream scoop to help form those cookie balls. Be well.

    1. Thank you so much Mary Ellen! I hope you love the recipe, let me know if you give it a try! xTieghan

    1. Hey Deb,
      So sorry for any confusion, the oats will be added in step 2. I hope you love the recipe, please let me know if you give it a try! xTieghan

  11. I’m so excited to try these! Can butter or oil be substituted for the coconut oil? If so, would it be the same amount? Thanx for all the yumminess!

    1. Hey Jacki,
      You can use en equal amount of butter or canola oil. I hope you love the cereal, please let me know if you give it a try! xTieghan

  12. Oooohhhh! These are perfect little girl tea party cookies! Can’t you just see them on tiny plates with carrot and celery sticks cut to size and a strawberry to make it look pretty? You are so very clever! (I bet you could freeze them for an endless supply later down the line.😉)

    1. Hey Kristal,
      You can use butter or canola oil in place of the coconut oil. I hope you love the cereal, let me know if you give it a try! xTieghan

  13. My two little boys love these and I feel better about eating a cookie with less sugar, coconut oil and oatmeal! I put them in their lunches! Thank you for another great recipe!

    1. HI! These keep well for up to 4 days. Please let me know if you have any other questions. I hope you love this recipe. Thanks so much and happy Thanksgiving! xTieghan

  14. 5 stars
    These look amazing!! My mom can’t eat oats, though, so could I leave them out? Or at least replace them with a little more flour?

    1. I’d replace the oats with 1/2 cup flour. Please let me know if you have other questions. Hope you love this recipe! Thanks! 🙂

  15. My husband loves cookie cereal but the storebought stuff is so processed and ick. I’m excited that I found this recipe. Trying these today!!

    1. Hey Krystal!!! Yes you can use rolled oats for sure! I am not sure flour since I have never used flour but I think it would work. Let me know if you have any questions. Thank you so much!!

  16. Have you made them with all-purpose flour? Any substitution advice? These look amazing – only hope I can bring myself to eat something so cute-looking. 😉

  17. Can you substitute honey for all of the sugar in the recipe? Sorry if this was already answered I am re-reading right after I post this. Thank you in advance and I made these once so far with the sugar and they are fantastic! So, thank you either way!

    1. Hey Nick I have personally never tired it. I think it could work, but the texture may be a little different. Let me know how it goes!

  18. Is there a way to substitute eggs? I have a love one who has an allgery to them. (Been for ways to sub eggs for all s for a while. Its tough lol)

  19. If I didn’t want 1/2 cup of butter in the recipe could I replace half of it with applesauce or white beans like in similar recipes for baking cakes and cookies?

  20. OMG, I’m sitting here at work STARVING and looking for health recipes for a blog roundup…need these. NEED THEM! Oatmeal chocolate chips are my favorite.

  21. Hi, Tieghan, first I want to say that I LOVE this recipe! I made it 3-4 times months ago when I discovered it and it turned out great. I just “rediscovered” it and tried making it for the 3rd recent time and every single time my dough is dry and crumbly and will not hold together so that I can make any cookies with it… we’ve just been eating it raw in a bowl with a spoon. Which tastes great, but I can’t figure out why it’s so dry! The only thing I’m doing differently is using demerara sugar because that’s all we have right now… but from my experience and what I can read, that shouldn’t dry out the dough. Do you have any ideas for me? Thanks!

    1. Hmm, that is really odd. Try adding 1-2 tablespoons of water or milk. Maybe try adding and extra egg if it is really dry, but that is just so odd especially since they have worked for you before. Hope that works!!

  22. Brilliant idea! Man I’m so glad I stumbled upon this, my late night weakness is a bowl of cookie crisp which is cookie cereal. Making my own and cutting out the processed stuff is so exciting. Can I add rolled oats to the dough? Also, does this turn mushy or disintegrate when soaked in milk?

    1. Hey Isla! Oatmeal is in the recipe and yeah, when the cereal sits in milk for a while it does get soggy. Hope you love this!!

  23. I would expect that my daughter will be sending you a thank you note. I never let her have this kind of cereal even before we stopped fake colors this year. And the homemade cereal bars she misses those. Bookmarking your page

  24. This. Is. Genius! But, instead of white whole wheat flour, can I substitute it with regular all purpose flour? Thanks!

  25. I have been trying to make more foods homemade and I love the idea of making my own cereal! I never even would have thought about it. Isn’t it interesting the manufactured foods we eat all the time and never even consider making ourselves? I think I might try using raisins instead of chocolate chips to make it a little healthier. Thanks for the idea!

    1. I am not really sure, maybe a week or longer. The cereal only lasted a few days in our house. Sorry I could not help more. Hope you love the cereal though!

  26. Hi there….found you over at High Heels & Grills. I gotta say, I’m kind of in love with you right now. Homemade cookie cereal? A single tear fell from my eye like those you see in a bad 80s music video when I saw these – but my tear was for real. Bloody genius. XO

  27. This is right up my alley! I LOVE cookies for breakfast and I love that you healthified them a bit too!

  28. I am loving this!! Cookie Crisp was a favorite of mine as a kid, that was a super rare treat!

  29. Hi I’m making these right now, and I realized that you didn’t include the oatmeal into the recipe instructions. Either that, or I’m blind to the work oatmeal. Thanks!

    – I see that someone else already asked this question. Ok!

    1. Oh no!! It is 3/4 cup oatmeal. I am so sorry, I hope everything turned out ok! I am fixing the recipe now! Again, so sorry!

  30. My daughters birthday is this week and I’m going to surprise her with these for breakfast. Very excited to try them! Could they be made a day or two ahead or is it best not to?

    1. Yay!! I hope these turn out awesome for you and yes, they can be made a couple days ahead!! Just try not and let them sit too long in milk because I think they get soggy a little quicker than normal cereal.
      Hope your daughter has a great birthday and I hope she loves this breakfast!

  31. Another “school is not life” person (although I did go back for a Master’s later) — love learning, just not school! And I LOVE this recipe — pinned. Can’t wait to make it. Thanks so much for sharing on Busy Monday!

  32. OMG! You’re a genuis!!!! I can’t even handle the beauty of that bowl full of cookies and milk!

  33. I am so making these! Whether for breakfast or snack, they look amazing. I always make the same oatmeal chocolate chip cookies but these are going to be a perfect summer snack to bring with us on picnics too 🙂 Thanks! I found you through Frugal Foodie Mama.

  34. Ohh, my kids would LOVE these! I have a celiac though, which means no wheat flour. Hmm, I may try to make the gluten-free friendly 🙂

  35. Your recipe lists oatmeal as an ingredient, but your steps do not say where to add in the oatmeal! Please clarify?

    1. Opps!! Sorry Adam! I fixed the recipe, but you add the oatmeal in with the flour. Thanks for letting me know!

  36. These are totally adorable! I would love them for breakfast! I also really want to try those cinnamon Eggos!

    I felt the same way about school, except I didn’t have any friends and ended up homeschooling halfway through high school. I could not eat before or during school, and I had to shower immediately upon getting home so nothing else got contaminated with school. Good times :/

    1. Wow! I am seriously shocked I am not the only person who HAD to shower to get school Off! LOL Sounds like we are a lot alike!
      Thanks Laura!

  37. Considering Cookie Crisp cereal is one of my ALL TIME top favorite cereals, you had me at hello with this one. So excited to try this!!! Thanks for sharing!

  38. Wowza!! I could totally eat this right now! Or anytime really. And my kids would die over this!!

  39. ok, hold the phone, this looks insanely delicious! I need to make these asap, they look SO awesome!

  40. I’m in!! Chocolate/cookies for breakfast is always a good idea. I think I may play with this to see if I can add some protein powder to give it an extra nutritional boost. Thanks for the recipe!!

  41. Oh my goodnessss. You did not just turn cookies into cereal. Holy genius idea. I have to admit, I’m not big on breakfast. Yes, it’s supposedly the most important meal of the day blah blah but I often skip out on it because well I’m just not big on eating in the morning. But this cereal is DEFINITELY going to change all that.

  42. If you say it’s ok to eat cookies for breakfast, then I’m going with ya. These are almost too cute to eat. I would eat them of course. I could not be trusted with these around!

  43. This is unbelievable. In the best way possible! I wish my husband didn’t see this over my shoulder! Now I have to make it immediately! 🙂

    1. Ha! Thank you, but I am still drooling over that peanut butter mousse! I can not get it out of my head!

  44. You just continue to blow my mind with what you create! Like you, I hated school as well. I had no good reason, I just did not like the setting, or the concept, or the classes that seemed to serve no purpose in real life. I graduated a year early as well just to get out of there 🙂

  45. I am a cereal lover and I would love to eat this everyday! Looks perfect, if I do say so myself! 🙂

  46. What the what?!? This is the best thing I’ve ever seen!
    Good call on the coconut oil. I’m gonna make this with some vegan chocolate chips & chow down!
    Thank you!

  47. I saw this on foodgawker, and this is such a cute and smart idea! This reminds me of the Cookie Crisps Cereal that I ate a lot of when I was little. I definitely have to try out this recipe, thank you!

  48. Totally with you on the school thing. Wow, thats’s crazy that you finished college at 18! You go girl!
    This looks delicious! Genius idea! Hey, maybe I could make ’em with sugar cookie dough?

  49. Wow, these photos just make hungry. Your idea cookies for breakfast is great. I will try this recipe.

  50. awh how cute are these!?? i need to make them as soon as possible omg these are so lovely, i love them!!

  51. What! Omg, Tieghan. You are my idol. This is unlike anything I’ve ever seen and I LOVE it! Cookies for breakfast? Oh, yes indeedy.

  52. I just died and went to heaven. And now I’m kicking myself for already eating breakfast, Oh well, I can have these for lunch. You just CANNOT go wrong with cookies for breakfast. I love making breakfast cookies but this just brings a whole new meaning to breakfast cookies!!

    1. Ha, thank you, Sally! Happy to see you are back, all your instagram photos were making me SO jealous!

  53. Gurrrrrl, you crazy! I’m imagining how delicious the leftover milk at the bottom of the bowl would taste… *drool*
    This cereal is totally happening, with full knowledge that I’ll have no self-control around it.

  54. I was never really into the cookie crisp cereal as a kid, but I’m all over this!

  55. Holy cow I can’t imagine rolling these into tiny little pieces. I would eat them all before they get cooked.

    1. Ha! Trust me, that was difficult, but worth it! It helped that I rolled the dough into a log and froze it. Then I just used a knife to slice of the cookies!

  56. Cookies for breakfast? Yes! I used to eat a cereal called Cookie Crisp for breakfast – not sure if it’s around anymore. This reminds me of that cereal since they were also chocolate chip cookies!

    1. I have never had cookie crisps or heard of them before everyone starting commenting about them! I hope these are 100x better!
      Thanks Erin!

  57. I just fell off my seat. You truly are a genius. This idea is amazing and I cannot wait to try it – wow, I have run out of words to describe tis recipe! Tieghan, I … no words!!!

  58. Oh my word, Tieghan, this is SO GENIUS! It’s like Cookie Crisp for grownups! I love it and need to try it immediately! 🙂

  59. Cookies for breakfast are the best!! But wow, you have really taken it to a new level – these are SO cute. What a great idea, pinning this for sure 🙂

  60. I think I’ve just died and gone to Heaven. To a place where cookies for breakfast is a good thing and even better when soaked in milk.

  61. Ben STILL buys those cinnamon toast waffles. Confession: I ate one the other day and they are still delicious. I seriously cannot believe you made cookies-for-breakfast cereal. Mind blown. These look outrageous.

  62. Oh yum! This reminds me of that cereal that was shaped like mini chocolate chip cookies. Cooke Crisp? I can’t remember the name. Yours looks a million times tastier!

  63. Oh My Gosh… I absolutely LOVE these!!!! A little cookies for breakfast can go a long way! 😉

  64. Cute idea!!!! This would be a good snack for our great grandbaby if I left the choc. chips out.

  65. Cookies for breakfast. Cannot go wrong with this idea! And all those little mini cookies are just too adorable! Good call with the logs to save time and being able to just slice and go.

    1. Thanks Averie! The slice and go saved the day. I tried just rolling the dough without the log and I figured no one would want to sit and do that!

  66. Hey Sandra, I am not sure. I think that adding cocoa powder may dry out the dough bit. If you do I would remove equal amounts of flour. So if you use 2 tablespoons cocoa powder, subtract 2 tablespoons flour to help balance things out. Hope that helps and let me know how it goes!

    Thanks!

  67. HI! I am unsure of the calories for this recipe. Please let me know if you have any other questions. I hope you love this recipe. Thanks so much! xTieghan