Something For Saturday: Chocolate Chip Cookie Cup Sundae

Just a little something for Saturday {or any day, if you ask me}.

chocolate chip cookie cup cover

There are a few desserts that are pretty much fail-proof, classic favorites, loved by all, and ice cream, of any flavor, and chocolate chip cookies, are usually two of them.

I had a few squares of pre-made, pre-packaged, pre-cut Nestle Toll House cookie dough left over in the fridge and as always, an abundance of ice cream choices in the freezer, so I decided to make something really quick and delicious.

choc chip cookie cup side

This mini sweet treat is great when served immediately like a sundae with an edible chocolate chip cookie bowl or when frozen for a few hours and enjoyed without a spoon, by digging right in, like an ice cream sandwich.

chocolate chip cookie cup bite

Things You Will Need:

  • Cookie Dough – I used two squares of pre-cut Nestle Toll House cookie dough for each chocolate chip cookie cup
  • Muffin Tin
  • Butter
  • Ice Cream of your favorite flavor
  • Chocolate Syrup or other toppings

cookie dough ball


1.     Pre-heat oven to 350 degrees.  Grease the cups of a muffin tin with butter, so it’s easier to remove your finished product.

2.     Form two pre-cut Nestle Toll House cookie dough squares into balls, enough to fill each muffin cup or as many as you want to make (or if you make your own cookie dough from scratch, make the balls a little bit larger than you would for one cookie).

3.     Fill each muffin cup or as many as you want to make with your cookie dough balls.  Using a small spice container or your hand, press down the middle and thin out the sides to conform to the shape of the muffin cup.

4.     Place muffin tin in the pre-heated oven and bake for 12-13 minutes or until golden brown.  When you remove the muffin tin, use the small spice container again to press down into the middle of the cookie while still warm, so that you can re-shape it.

5.     Let cool for 10 minutes and carefully remove your chocolate chip cookie cups.  Fill with ice cream and/or toppings of your choice and serve immediately like a sundae.  Or fill with ice cream and/or toppings of your choice and place in the freezer for a few hours.  Then, enjoy like you would an ice cream sandwich, no spoons required.

choc chip cookie cup top



  1. Sounds soooo good…looks soooo good too!!! Gotta try it!!! Thanks for sharing!!!

  2. nice recipe thanks for sharing !!!!!

  3. Welcome to the world of adult Dating

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