Thursday, July 15, 2010

Chocolate chip cookie ravioli


There are 3 things you must know about me:

1st: I love cookies (you didn’t know that, right?)

2nd: I always seem to have leftover cookie dough around (not literally around me, it’s usually frozen, although the other day I went to the gym with a bit of dough stuck to my elbow, gross I know…)

3rd: I love to come up with different way of using said leftover dough (as you may have noticed here, here, here or even here)


These Cookie Ravioli are just another fun idea you can use when you (like me) have bits of frozen dough or you can even go completely wild and make them on propose for this!


You’ll need chocolate chip cookie dough, sugar cookie dough, a round cookie cutter, a fork and a small brush, that’s all.


To make the ravioli, start by rolling the sugar cookie dough and cut circles with the cookie cutter. Then measure about a teaspoon of the chocolate chip cookie dough, roll it and place it in the middle of half the circles (the other half will go on top).


Brush the sides of the circles (around the chocolate chip cookie dough balls) with a small pastry brush with water. Place another circle of sugar cookie dough on top and press around with a fork to seal it. Bake in a pre heated oven at 180ºC (350ºF) until the edges are golden brown.


I also imagine you can add a lot more things to the filling to make these extra yummy. Things like bananas, peanut butter, jams, caramel (or all of them together) will work really well too.


I like my ravioli with tomato sauce, so for fun I served these with raspberry jam. What do you usually do with leftover dough? And have you counted the times I wrote dough?

58 comments:

Bob said...

Those look wicked good, it's like two cookies in one. Heh, I've been known to just eat a chunk of frozen dough all by itself.

busyrunningmama said...

Those look awesome! I think ya said dough 10 times.... But whose counting...... Can't wait to try these!

Avanika [YumsiliciousBakes] said...

These look delicious. Perfect 2 for 2 treat! Though I wouldn't leave the dough alone long enough for it to freeze :P

Eliana said...

You are one smart girl. This is a genius idea. Looks super delish.

Adventures in Domestic Cooking said...

This cookies look so delicious!!

smalltownoven said...

This is so creative! Adding a layer of peanut butter or nutella may just seal the deal for me. I'm definitely going to try these out.

Lora said...

Adorable, brilliant and yummy!

Amanda said...

Maravillosas galletas!!!
Besotes.
;-D

pigpigscorner said...

Genius!

Anh said...

I like this idea!

vanillasugar said...

and you had to serve it with a dipping sauce. girl you are the BOMB! i am so coming to visit you.

Avalee said...

This idea is *brilliant*! Thanks for sharing :-)

Kitten with a Whisk said...

This is such and awesome idea! How cute are they?

CaSaundraLeigh said...

Oh wow--these are so much fun, and I bet they are quite addicting :-)

Andy-NYC said...

You're a genius.

CookiePie said...

Brilliant! LOVE this idea!

Ingrid said...

So coool. You are a creative cookie genius!
~ingrid

A Thought For Food said...

So creative!!! What a fantastic idea!

TeaLady said...

A cookie inside a cookie. How clever.

Heather said...

Fantastic!

Swathi said...

Choco chip cookie ravioli looks gorgeous and yummy.

Erin said...

Totally clever and absolutely delicious looking. Can't wait to make these!

(Is it bad that I never have leftover dough???) =o)

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Lucie said...

This is really genius. Cookie raviolis are definitely on my to bake list now!

Natalie... said...

Ah wow what a good idea, these look so tasty!

jose manuel said...

Eres un artista de las galletas. Que monada y que deliciosas tienen que estar. Saludos

Anna said...

Very cute.

Lisa Michelle said...

SO CLEVER and amazing! With your creative brain and talent, you should be writing a cookbook with all of your inventive yummies!

Jessica said...

These look wickedly good. You are not alone in your cookie fascination! Yummy

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morgana said...

Seguro que en el gimnasio todos te miraban con ansia viva... ¡¡ queriendo rebañar esa masa de galleta !!

Adoro tus inventos galleteriles, por mí puedes seguir teniendo sobras de masa por todas partes, que siempre nos sorprendes con algo original, divertido y delicioso.

Besos derretidos (ozú qué caló).

Y said...

Where do you come up with these things!?? I'm always amazed (AND a little annoyed that I didn't think of them first :P )

Juliana said...

Wow, what a lovely idea...they are awesome...would love to try it :-) Nice pictures as well :-)

Sweet and Savory said...

This is a fantastic creation. I wish I had cookie dough hanging out. Actually, I do have sugar cookies awaitin".

Cakebrain said...

I love it when you put your twists on desserts! What a neat surprise to find in your ravioli!

Emily said...

Oh my goodness! These are the very most adorable thing ever! They look so good! I need leftover dough so I can try these!

Dana said...

My oh my do those cookies look delicious. I think I have cookie dough in my freezer too!

Jodye said...

This is the cutest idea ever! I will have to remember this to use up spare cookie though

The Blonde Duck said...

If there was a Project Runway for cooking, you would win it. You create the coolest things!

Ivy said...

YOU are brilliant-as always!

Emily said...

You make the most cutest, most delicious looking desserts ever!

You wow me every time I come to your blog. These look amazing!

Moira said...

Adorei a ideia, têm um aspecto fantástico :)

megan said...

What a fun idea for left over dough and I love the raspberry "sauce"!

Obesebaby said...

That's a smart idea !

Mindy said...

What a fun idea!

deyna said...

Love the cookies – I love the fact that it's so simple and creative.. If you get a chance check out my
homemade cookies

Avril Miller said...

OMYumminess! This is brilliantly delicious! Wowsers!!!!

madera y zinc said...

Wath a great idea!

Heide said...

What a clever and fun recipe!

Sarah said...

What a great idea! I love all these unique recipes. We'd love to link to some of these ideas from our blog.

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Tamy said...

Eu queeeeeeero... agora!!! Pode mandar... beijoks querida!!!

Baking Ribbons said...

This is one of the most creative uses of cookie dough I have ever seen! I love the idea! I wonder if they would taste good with a little bit of sea salt sprinkled on top before baked? They would be an excellent dessert for an Italian themed dinner party! I am brand-new to blogging-I can't believe what is out here in cyberspace!

jenbryson said...

wow that is such a great idea!!

ourkitchenchaos said...

These are some of the cutest cookies I've ever seen. It would be so fun to serve them at a party!

Hallie Fae said...

OMG I have to try this! They are so cute. :)

Courtney said...

Interesting! I'll have to try this. Your ideas are so fun and the dessert looks very tempting! I like to experiment a little on my own also, but not quite at this level! Cookie fanatics think alike :)

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Faye and Yvonne said...

great idea, these look really good!!!

Faye and Yvonne said...

These look great! i want one :-)
-livebakelove

Faye and Yvonne said...

great idea, these look really good!!!

Violette Webb said...

Awesome cake recipe. I love the idea how you design and bake your cake recipes. hanks for putting it into a blog.