Pillsbury Hot Cocoa Cookie Dough Is BACK and We’re Ready to Bake

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This is everything you need for the cold winter months.

Holiday baking isn’t just about pumpkin spice or peppermint. As it gets chillier outside, there’s nothing better than curling up with a steaming cup of hot chocolate. If you want to bring the comforting taste of cocoa into your holiday cookie baking, Pillsbury’s got just the thing for you. Pillsbury Hot Cocoa Cookie Dough is back on shelves this season, and it’s sure to be a favorite again!

Did I Just Hear Cookies and Cocoa?

This combination is absolutely perfect for those cold winter months, and Pillsbury’s never disappointed with their holiday-inspired cookies. The hot cocoa dough starts with a rich and fudgy chocolate base. Then, it’s topped with chocolate chips and mini marshmallows. The gooey chocolate chips will make this feel just like warm cup of hot chocolate in cookie form.

It’s super easy to bake these cookies since these are ready-made. All you need to do is pop ’em in the oven, and they’ll be ready in about 10 minutes. Pair a dozen with your very own DIY hot chocolate mix for an extra sweet snack.

Where Can I Find the Hot Cocoa Cookie Dough?

You can find Pillsbury’s hot cocoa cookie dough at Walmart, and these treats have also been spotted by @TotallytheBombDotCom with an all-new look. For just $2.50, each pack comes with 12 cookies. The best part? These are totally safe to eat raw.

This is a great deal, so stock up for a quick and simple cookie baking session. Since these cookies are limited edition, make sure to head over to the grocery store (or the online grocery store) before they’re off the shelves. If you miss ’em, and want to bake cookies from scratch, try these hot chocolate peppermint cookies. Happy baking!

Serve Your Hot Cocoa Cookies with a Mug of the Real Deal
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