Sea Salt Hazel Nut Chocolate Chip Cookies

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We finally put up our Christmas Tree! I am usually that person that goes out the day after Thanksgiving to get a tree but we were busy so we waited a couple extra days! I love this time of year, decorating the house, the way a real tree smells, cookies and cooler weather (unless you live in Charleston and it was 75 degrees today)! My tree this year

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During the holidays I do a ton of baking and it can get overwhelming (especially in our teeny tiny kitchen) but Betty Crocker makes it easy with their cookie mixes! All it takes is two simple ingredients and you have cookies that could pass as homemade! This year we will be passing out sweet treats as gifts to neighbors and friends, enjoying cookies at home and baking yummy cookies for an annual cookie exchange! This cookie recipe is inspired by that cookie exchange, I wanted to take something non-traditional but easy enough to bake for a large group of people and not break the bank. Thanks to Publix’s prices and these coupons from Betty Crocker our cookies will go a long way this year! Ziplock containers are a great way to store, transport and pass out cookies! They are durable enough to use over and over again but affordable enough to give out with your sweet treats this holiday season!

Hosting your own cookie exchange is easy! Send this post to your friends, let them know about how they can save with these coupons, and find inspiration with these recipes! Set a date and everyone bring their cookies for fun and delicious cookies!  You can also get together to bake together! Everyone can bring the ingredients and recipe for their favorite cookie! You and your friends can help share cookie season with Betty Crocker and Ziploc!

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The mix calls for 2 additional ingredients! We added a hazel nut chocolate spread to add a little something!

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The hardest part about this recipe is waiting for them to cook and cool!

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Ziploc containers make it easy to store the cookies or give them as gifts! I am obsessed with this deer ribbon!!!

{Sea Salt} Hazel Nut Chocolate Chip Cookies 

What you will need:

  • Betty Crocker Chocolate Chip Cookie Mix
  • One stick of butter (softened)
  • One egg
  • 1/2 cup hazel nut spread
  • Sea Salt (optional)

Directions

Set oven to 375 (or 350 if you are using a dark non-stick pan)

  1. Let butter soften to room temperature
  2. Mix all ingredients together in a bowl until a dough forms
  3. Drop dough by rounded spoonful (or use this awesome dough scoop that is a life saver when making cookies) on a non-greased cookie sheet
  4. Bake 8-11 minutes
  5. Let cool on cookie sheet for about a minute before cooling on a rack!

**If you want to add the sea salt, add a pinch as soon as the cookies come out of the oven!

This post is sponsored by Betty Crocker but the content and opinions expressed here are my own.

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