The holiday season is filled with decorations, gifts, and cookies! Lots and lots of cookies! These Godiva Ganache Filled Chocolate Chip Cookies were spotted in Costco stores this holiday season. I decided to give them a try.
Keep reading for nutrition information, baking instructions, shopping details, and more! (Note: I’ve added some additional information about baking these cookies!)
Nutrition Information for Godiva Ganache Filled Chocolate Chip Cookies
See nutrition information and ingredients for the cookies below:
Baking Instructions for Godiva Chocolate Chip Cookies
The instructions for baking these cookies were pretty straightforward. I used my toaster oven and baked them for 11 minutes at 350 degrees.
You can bake a few cookies or a whole box at once. I chose to bake 2 cookies for the first round.
I should note that I didn’t let them sit for an hour after taking them out of the freezer. I’m not sure if they would have spread a bit more during baking, if I had gotten them to room temperature before putting them in the oven.
They were delicious when eaten warm with a glass of milk. The ganache in the middle was soft and gooey.
Here’s my added note: I tried baking them in a traditional oven for 14 minutes. I also gave it about 50 minutes to thaw from the freezer, before putting them in the oven. They were amazing! They did spread out more and the ganache was more evenly distributed.
The color was gorgeous, too. I would definitely recommend baking it this way!
Shopping Information and Notes
- The box was $15.99 at Costco in Hawaii. You get 32 cookies per box.
- Found in the refrigerated section near the yogurt and cheese.
- Easy to prepare
- I like that you can bake a few at a time or the whole box if you choose.
- I also liked the ganache in the middle which is a nice surprise for any chocolate lover.
- Looking for other sweet treats? You might want to check out the White Rabbit Ice Cream Bar at Costco.
- For more information about Godiva and their specialty chocolates, visit their website.