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Peppermint Bark Cookies

A Christmas favorite turned into a chewy and gooey chocolate chip cookies with semi-sweet chocolate chips, white chocolate chips and peppermint bark chunks.

Christmas is less than two weeks away. This year has gone by really fast.
Why not make these cookies for a holiday party with all the chocolate and peppermintiness that almost every loves.
My niece and nephews love the little peppermint chocolate disks and the little chocolate mints you get at restaurants so I know they will love them.
The holidays aren't the holidays with out one treat, peppermint bark. It is a super easy to make and only needs three ingredients.
These cookies are so gooey and chewy even after being fully baked and are a really big hit with my family.
I let the cookie dough sit for over a week. The flavor sit and get better the longer you let it 'marinate'.

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