Hunka Hunka Triple Chocolate Cookies are the perfect rich, soft, and chewy chocolate cookie filled with chocolate chips and white chocolate chunks. The ultimate White Chip Chocolate Cookies. The Best Black and White Chippers!
Triple Chocolate Chip Cookies
Since I have been baking cookies since I could climb on top of a stool, I take my cookie recipes pretty seriously! I am sharing all of my tips and tricks for making soft chewy chocolate cookies. This is one of my favorite recipes of all time!
I have A LOT of cookies on Modern Honey but I have to say that this recipe is one of my very favorites. I am obsessed with these white chip chocolate cookies. These Black and White Chippers are a rich chocolate cookie with a combination of white chocolate chips and semi-sweet chocolate chips. Every time I used to go shopping with my Mom at the mall, we would visit Paradise Bakery and pick up their famous black and white chippers. I wanted to create a soft and chewy chocolate cookie just like Paradise Bakery!
Growing up, my Dad sang Elvis Presley songs non-stop. It was usually accompanied by some over-the-top dance moves that made us laugh until we cried. He would sing at the top of his lungs and we learned all of the lyrics through his crazy singing.
The famous song, "Burning Love" has stuck with me all through the years. Come on...who else has heard of this song?
I'm just a hunk, a hunk of burning love
A hunk, a hunk of burning love
But here's the thing....
I am a terrible singer.
No really, I am horrible.
Just ask Ms. Sherzinger, the music teacher at Nathan Hale Elementary school.
Flashback to 6th grade when we all had to sing a quick solo so our music teacher could decipher if we were an alto or soprano. Out of the entire 6th grade, there were 3 of us who were called up and told that they just couldn't quite figure out where we belonged.
Basically, we were horrendous.
I don't think I've sung in public since that day. Now it's a completely different story in the comforts of my own home, car, or shower because I still belt out those songs. I without a doubt sing out of tune and off-key but it's all good. I accepted and came to term with the fact that I was not blessed with the musically talented gene. 🙂
Is this a good time to tell you that my sister-in-law played Glinda from Wicked on Broadway?
These Hunka Hunka Triple Chocolate Cookies are the King of all chocolate cookies. I named them Hunka Hunka after that famous Elvis song and because they are a big, thick, hunk of a cookie. Even though it's thick, it is still the perfect mix of a gooey, rich chocolate brownie and a soft, warm cookie. I can't even.
These triple chocolate cookies are chock full of both chocolate chunks AND white chocolate chunks. If you have been to Paradise Bakery or Panera Bread and devoured their black and white chippers like there's no tomorrow, then you will appreciate these cookies. White and Dark Chocolate Chip Cookies are insanely amazing! If you love chocolate, you will go crazy for these chocolate chunk cookies.
Did I tell you they are easy to make? Beyond easy.
5 tips for making Perfect Triple Chocolate Cookies:
1. Cream the butter and sugar for 4 minutes. This is what makes the cookie dough extra creamy and gives time for the butter to wrap around the sugars. It also creates air pockets in the dough which gives the cookies some rise.
2. Add eggs one at a time, mixing well after each addition.
3. Use high-quality cocoa. Get the good stuff because it's the star ingredient.
4. Chilling the dough makes the cookies even better. It's hard to be patient but it is worth the wait. 24-48 hours is best but even an hour will make a difference. It also helps to keep the cookies from spreading too much.
5. Bake just until cookies has crisp edges and chewy centers. Keep an eye on the cookies as they reach the allotted baking time. Don't burn the cookies. No hockey pucks!
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My darling friend, Emily Schuermann has a blog called Food for a Year and this is an adaption of her recipe because, after all of the triple chocolate cookies I have ever made in my life, these are by far, hands down, my favorite.
This for all of my chocolate lovers out there. We are united in LOVE for these
Hunka Hunka Triple Chocolate Cookies.
Happy Baking! xo
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Hi, I saw that the recipe makes 12 servings so is there 2 cookies per serving? I am making these for a cookie exchange and need to know how many batches I will need. Thanks these sound so delicious.
Stumbled upon your recipe and wanting to try for Mother's Day! Question, how big are the chocolate chunks suppose to be? What kind do you buy and do you break them up by rough chopping a chocolate bar?
I too am confused if you used chopped chunks of a chocolate bar or chocolate chips. I'm planning to use Pensys cocoa and substituting espresso chips in place of the white chocolate chunks. Just not sure if you used chocolate chips or chopped chocolate.
I just got done making the dough, and it's very sticky. Seems like it may need more flour. Is that how it's supposed to feel? Thanks for the recipe!
This is the best cookie recipe ever! It comes out perfect every time, and I love using different kinds of chips. Peanut butter chips just went in the oven 🙂 I even sent this recipe to my grandma! It's that good!
Thanks so much, Beth! That makes me so happy to hear! They are one of my favorite cookies of all time as well. Thanks for taking the time to comment. I appreciate it! 🙂 - Melissa
Hi there, your cookies looked so incredible, I decided to give them a try. Unfortunately mine turned out flat and spread out. I thought I had followed your recipe exactly. Any idea what I did wrong? I'm determined to make them again and for them to turn out like yours!
Thank you in advance!
Hi Roxy! These cookies shouldn't be flat at all. They have some structure to them for sure. Cold butter, straight out of the refrigerator and cut into cubes, does make a big difference. Also, chilling the dough for at least 30 minutes, 1 hours, or overnight will always keep them from spreading as well. I hope that helps! Try them again and let me know how they turn out! 🙂
Hi Melissa! When do we add the cocoa powder? PS, I remember Ms. Sherzinger and I had no idea about the singing incident. I don't even remember singing for her. Maybe I was so bad, she didn't even want to hear me? 🙁
Hi friend! Sorry for the confusion! You add it with the dry ingredients - flour, baking powder, salt, etc. Oh my heavens, I am full on scarred from the incident. I will never forget because we were all on risers and she called only a few of us down and she whispered to us in the corner. It's no wonder I won't sing at all....even in church. Haha! You always had a great voice, my friend! xoxo
What type of flour did you use?
I baked these cookies and they are a new favorite! Wish I could stop eating them!!
Hi Cindy! Oh I am with you on this one! They are such a temptation. Thank you for your kind comment. 🙂
Shirlyn H. Allen
Your cute Daddy wouldn't be the Kenny my "Roomie" fell in love with if he couldn't make his own kids laugh at his Elvis gyrations. I could just picture him as you wrote about him. Can't wait to try your new "Hunka Hunka Hunka Chocolate Cookies. Thanks for sharing. http:shirlynhoytallen.blogspot.com/
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Haha! You saw it first hand, Shirlyn! He may be almost 75 years young but he's doing the exact same things! He's always entertaining us, even to this day. Love to hear about your memories with my parents. xo