Sometimes it’s the little things that make you happy; little things like chocolate chips! Break out all that chocolatey goodness and celebrate National Chocolate Chip Day on May 15.
Ahead, we’re sharing some mouthwatering chocolate chip recipes in honor of the holiday. Now you just have to decide which one you’re going to make!
Get a serving of veggies while satisfying your sweet tooth. The zucchini will help keep moisture in the bread, while semi-sweet chocolate chips, sugar, and vanilla will add that sweetness you crave.
Start your day off right with a little chocolate. Perfect to serve for breakfast with some fruit, these scones require buttermilk, baking soda, and baking powder to make them light and fluffy.
Classic chocolate chip cookies, but make it vegan. Blend chickpeas, cashew butter, and maple syrup in a food processor to make the dough for these cookies. No one will ever know you didn’t make these the traditional way.
Coffee and chocolate make one heavenly combination. In addition to the usual brown sugar and flour, you’ll need espresso powder and dark chocolate to make these dreamy delights.
Cookies from the Levain Bakery in New York City are one of the most sought-after cookies because of their size and gooey goodness. To recreate these cookies, make sure you have walnuts, cake flour, and cornstarch.
This is the ultimate chocolate lover’s dessert. Stock up on semi-sweet chocolate chips, cocoa powder, butter, and eggs to whip up this delightful treat.
Get ready for a super fluffy, peanut butter and chocolate masterpiece. All you need for the crust is an Oreo pie crust, then add the mixture of cream cheese, whipped topping, peanut butter, and chocolate on top.
Get your favorite summer desserts without having to make a firepit! This recipe uses mini marshmallows, graham cracker crumbs, and chocolate chips for that delicious s’mores flavor.
Just 10 minutes is all that’s standing between you and dipping into this cookie dough. Simply beat cream cheese, butter, and brown sugar with the chocolate chips in a mixer and add whatever topping you’d like.
Think of the refreshing taste of mint chocolate chip ice cream, but in a cookie form. To get the look and taste, stock up on green food coloring, cream of tartar, and peppermint extract in addition to your regular cookie ingredients.
xx, The FabFitFun Team