Remember those Keebler shortbread cookies with chocolate stripes and chocolate on the back? And remember how they always looked delicious but tasted sort of like cardboard? Good news: they’re super easy to make at home, and they taste a million times better! No, a billion! No, a kajillion! I’m no math whiz, but I’m pretty sure those numbers mean you should make these cookies.
The cookies themselves are buttery wonders, with a crisp yet tender crumb that melts in your mouth. They’re covered with chocolate (not fudge! I don’t know why Keebler called them “fudge-striped,” but I followed suit like a mindless sheep), which is the perfect addition to the buttery cookies.
If you’re busy, or if you’re trying to get more sleep this year too, you can save some time by nixing the round cut-out shape and just cutting them into squares instead. These cookies don’t care! They’re delicious either way.
Click here for this recipe: http://www.sugarhero.com/fudge-striped-shortbread-cookies/