A delicious and chewy, white chocolate cookie packed full of raspberry preserves, white chocolate chips and milk chocolate chips. My version of the Raspberry White Chocolate Chip Cookie available at Disneyland.
I’ve been a little obsessed with Disney recipes lately. I’m heading to Disneyland next month and I’m pretty excited, so I’ve been researching all of the yummy snacks, treats and goodies that I want to try when I’m there. A few days ago, I was talking to my sister on the phone about Disneyland treats. We began talking about the giant, delicious, soft, chewy decadent cookie that was available at Pooh’s Corner in Critter Country. Disneyland’s Raspberry White Chocolate Chip Cookies.
Check out the video at the end of this post of how to make these delicious cookies!
This wonderful cookie is a sweet dough stuffed full of raspberry preserves, white chocolate chips and milk chocolate chips. After our discussion on how AWESOME this cookie is, I knew that I needed to have this cookie ASAP. I immediately went to work on my own recipe for Disneyland’s Raspberry White Chocolate Chip Cookies.
The beauty of this recipe is that now, whenever you are craving these delicious cookies, you don’t have to be at Disneyland to get them! Also, because of the pink color the raspberry preserves adds to these cookies, they would be a fun treat to make for your Sweetheart or your kids for Valentine’s Day!
My secret weapon for these cookies, that makes them so flavorful and moist, is a box of Hershey’s White Chocolate Instant Pudding. I have used this pudding in so many recipes and it is heavenly. That’s why I knew that it had to be part of my version of Disneyland’s Raspberry White Chocolate Chip Cookies recipe.
Begin by creaming the butter and sugars until they are light and fluffy. Add the vanilla and mix. Place one whole egg + one egg yolk in the bowl and mix until combined. Pour one box of delicious Hershey’s White Chocolate Instant Pudding as well as the rest of the dry ingredients: baking soda, salt and flour.
Stir in both the milk chocolate chips and white chocolate chips.
This is where it gets a little tricky. Take half of the cookie dough and press it down flat. place small spoonfuls of raspberry preserves all over the top of the dough.
Use a butter knife to cut the preserves into the dough. You don’t want to mix it too much or the dough will turn pink.
Next, use a cookie scoop to shape the cookies. To make them Disneyland size, use 1/2 cup of dough. For half of my cookies, I used a 1/4 cup scoop and was able to get about 6, good sized cookies. For the other half, I used a two tablespoon scoop and got 12 cookies, that were the perfect size for my kid’s little hands.
Place the dough on a parchment lined baking sheet and press down on the center of the dough ball. Just enough that the cookie isn’t totally round. Put the dough in the refrigerator for about 30 minutes to chill. Bake the cookies at 350 degrees for 9-11 minutes, until the edges begin to brown. The actual baking time will depend on your oven and the size of cookie you choose to make.
Let the cookies rest on the cookie sheet for 4-5 minutes after being removed from the oven, then transfer them to a cooling rack.
Enjoy the deliciousness of Disneyland’s Raspberry White Chocolate Cookies from your own kitchen!
Check out this how-to video:
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