Wednesday, March 6, 2013

Hostess Cupcake COOKIES!!!

Hostess Cupcake Cookies!!!  (Chocolate cut-out cookies + recipe for dark chocolate glaze)from @bakeat350
Are you missing Hostess?  Maybe not even the snack cakes themselves, but the *idea* of them waiting for you on the grocery store shelf?  Me, too.

Add one more thing to the list that our children and grandchildren won't remember: pop tops, 8-track tapes, Hostess.  (I realize you 20-year-olds have no idea what those first two on the list are. #imold)

Hostess Cupcake Cookies!!!  (Chocolate cut-out cookies + recipe for dark chocolate glaze)from @bakeat350
I'm blogging about these cookies today over at the Parade magazine food blog, and I've been so, so excited to share them with you!  They're a cookie, not a cupcake, but decked-out to look like a Hostess Cupcake.

The cookie recipe has a double shot of chocolate...and can be used for ANY cut-out cookie. My boys flipped over them!

Pop on over to Parade where I'm sharing the recipe, and my favorite Hostess memory.  



36 comments:

  1. These look amazing! I've printed the recipe and will definitely be trying these soon! Thank you so much for your amazing recipes...you are a talent!

    Jessica
    myworldmadebyhand.blogspot.com

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  2. Congratulations on being featured over at Parade Magazine food blog. What a cute post. Loved that you shared the story about *I can't read cursive*

    I think one of the first things I baked (besides cookies) after finding your blog was to try your award winning hostess cupcake recipe, only I made a cake. I'm really excited to try this cookie recipe. What a great idea.

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  3. This is genius!! I love to bake and be in the kitchen but as a fairly unimaginative, need-a-recipe kind of person, I am really amazed by other people's creativity. I've been wondering what recipe you'd use the chocolate glaze for and this is just awesome. I love that it's a cookie version and not cupcake. My son would love it even though he has no concept of Hostess! : )

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  4. These look awesome!! I'm so sad that the cupcakes aren't waiting for me at the grocery store anymore- they were my favorite!

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  5. SO cute! I'm going to make these for my sister, who's so sad about the Hostess demise.

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  6. Bridget,
    I love these! I make the cupcakes and a cake version but I've gotta try your cookies.
    Annamaria

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  7. Too darling -- both the cookies, *and* your cursive story. :)

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  8. ummm.... what are pop tops? (sorry) :)

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  9. Beyondddddd cute!! Bridget! You are so creative! Pinning!

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  10. These cookies are adorable! You are not old Bridget, as I quickly near 30 I definitely know about pop tops, 8-tracks, tapes, and the like!

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  11. These are adorable!! Popping over to Dash now :)

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  12. Bridget!!! Cuteness overload, love love love these!

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  13. Those look yummy! I love that "cursive" story.

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  14. I too am another fan of the "cursive" story! Too funny!
    Just print the recipe can't wait to try them!

    And may I ask what pop top is? :P


    bakeletteblog.blogspot.com

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  15. Like pretty much everything you make, these are so adorable!

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  16. Oh hello Debbie my old friend :D Too darn cute, and scrumptious.

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  17. These are adorable, Bridget! You have the steadiest hand of anyone I know.

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  18. These are so fun! I would love to get my hands on one of these!

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  19. Very cool! I can't wait to try these!

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  20. Those are so cute! I bet my husband would love them.

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  21. These are super cute. And don't worry, future generations will have Hostess! Hostess is in talks with several companies to sell off their snack cake business. We just have to be patient :)

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  22. These sound amazing, Bridget! On my way to check out the recipe!

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  23. Love the cursive story ;) Just printed the recipe and can't wait to try it!

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  24. Bridget!! Those are the cutest things I've ever seen! Well, besides every other cutest ever cookie that you come up with :)

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  25. Adorable! Kathy

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  26. I clicked over to the Parade site and see your story, but not the recipe? Is there somewhere else it's posted?

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    1. Hey Lori!

      Parade changed up their website look and it seems the link to the recipe got lost in the process. I'll contact them and post an update when I have one. Thank you! :)

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  27. Theses look so yum tried to view it at parade but the post doesn't exist can't wait to make them pls help
    Look so yumm
    Is tht like a chocolate frosting on top of the cookie

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    1. The links work now...so sorry. The links were changed after this was published.

      Yes, it's a dark chocolate glaze. :)

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