Sugar Cookie Ravioli

Since we've started a monthly Bible study for the teen girls of our church, I've learned a lot about how a young woman's mind works. It's been a while since I was a teenager, so it's been quite the learning experience - or remembering experience, I guess I should say.

One of the constants on our list of things to do at each study is baking. All of the girls love to destroy our kitchen and make tasty things to eat here and share at church. It's really become a time of bonding and fellowship as they talk and get to know each other better while measuring ingredients and watching the oven timer.

At our study in October, one of the girls asked if we could experiment with a baking idea she had. I said we absolutely could, and she shared this great thought about making ravioli with sugar cookies and chocolate chips. We ate every single one of them this weekend at our slumber party, and I just have to share her recipe with you.

1 package sugar cookie dough, the kind already divided into little squares
1 bag mini chocolate chips

1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Spray a baking sheet with non-stick spray.

2. Slightly flatten one square of sugar cookie dough and form it into a square. Lay it on the baking sheet and use your thumb to make a slight indentation.

3. Fill that little whole with a small handful of mini chocolate chips. Add a second flattened square to the top.

4. Use a fork to crimp the edges together. This will keep the chocolate from oozing out.

5. Bake at 350 degrees for about 11 minutes, or until slightly browned.

6. Remove from oven and place baking sheet on a cooling rack. Allow to cool on the rack for 3-4 minutes or until they're not too soft anymore. Remove cookies from pan and finish cooling on rack.


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