These easy cookie monster cookies are a guaranteed hit with the whole family! This is the blue cookie monster cookies recipe Tiktok inspired, packed with two kinds of chocolate chips, Oreo cookies and chocolate chip cookie chunks, and stuffed with melty milk chocolate! Try this cookie monster chocolate chip cookies recipe for a birthday party!
And if you like this cookie monster cookie recipe, check out my Raspberry White Chocolate Cookies, my No Bake Oreo Cheesecake, my Brownie Blondies Recipe, or my Matcha Brownies!
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Easy Cookie Monster Cookies Recipes
These easy cookie monster cookies are SO good and perfect for celebrations and birthday parties! If you're a cookie lover, you have got to try these -- made with a classic chocolate chip cookies recipe and filled with chunks of Oreo cookies, mini Chips Ahoy chocolate chip cookie pieces, white chocolate chips, and semi-sweet chocolate chips. All that is wrapped around melted milk chocolate chunks to create the best of all cookie recipes! If you or your kids love Cookie Monster, these cookies monster cookies are definitely the sweet treat for you!
What kind of cookies does Cookie Monster eat?
One fun piece of trivia is that on Sesame Street, Cookie Monster's cookies aren't real chocolate chip cookies -- they are actually rice cakes with brown spots painted on them! But I can say for certain that if he ate real cookies, these blue monster cookies would be his first choice (and maybe my Chocolate Orange Shortbread Cookies would be his second)! They're big cookies, and filled with so much goodness -- the most delicious bakery style cookies recipe you've ever had! You've got to try this cookie monster cookie recipe!
What are Cookie Monster cookies made of?
The real Cookie Monster's cookies are made of rice crackers that are decorated to look like cookies. But if he could, Cookie Monster would rather eat these!
Cookie Monster Cookie Ingredients
You'll see the full measurements below in the recipe card, but here's what you'll need to pick up for these delicious cookies:
- unsalted butter - melt your butter, then let it cool for a bit before starting your batter.
- light brown sugar and granulated white sugar - this combination of
- egg - make sure your egg is room temperature so that it doesn't harden your butter when you add it in!
- pure vanilla extract - be sure to use a higher quality pure vanilla extract. Or better yet, check out my post on how to make vanilla extract at home with just 2 ingredients!
- all-purpose flour - be sure to use a kitchen scale to measure your dry ingredients to achieve the right texture for these famous cookie monster cookies!
- cornstarch - a little corn starch added to our flour mixture helps create soft cookies!
- baking soda - gives a little lift to these blue cookies!
- salt - I like to add a good amount of salt to offset the sweetness of these cookies.
- blue food coloring - add as much as you need to achieve the perfect blue dough! I like to use gel food coloring, but either type works!
- semisweet chocolate chips and white chocolate chips - this combination is an explosion of sweet and chocolatey goodness!
- chopped Oreo cookies - I love Oreos in everything, especially in this cookie monster chocolate chip cookies recipe!
- mini Chips Ahoy cookies - you can also add in chunks of crispy peanut butter cookies or other cookies you love!
- milk chocolate bars - Hershey bars or other chocolate candies work great! You can also use bittersweet chocolate chunks for a more complex flavor, like in my Matcha Brownies!
- candy eyes - to give these cookies the cookie monster look -- or to give a little Halloween flair!
You'll need a medium cookie scoop to scoop out even amounts -- it should be about 2.5 tablespoons to create larger cookies. You'll also want a kitchen scale to make sure that you measure your flour correctly, a large bowl for mixing the cookie dough, and a baking sheet and parchment paper to bake up this blue cookie monster cookies recipe! Finally, you'll want a cooling rack to cool your baked cookies! I love this three-tiered one from Wilton!
How to make Cookie Monster Cookies (Printable Instructions in Recipe Card Below)
See the recipe card below for detailed instructions and measurements, but here are the basic steps for this easy recipe -- it's very similar to the steps in my Dairy Free Chocolate Chip Cookies recipe!
1. Whisk together melted butter, brown sugar, and white sugar.
2. Add egg and vanilla extract and whisk until smooth.
3. Sift in dry ingredients -- flour, baking soda, and salt and fold in until well combined.
4. Add in blue food coloring, followed by cookie pieces and chocolate chips. Chill dough for one hour.
5. Scoop out medium scoops of dough and fold around two small pieces of milk chocolate, forming into a ball around the chocolate.
6. Bake until golden brown on the bottom and tops are just set. Add more cookies, chocolate chips, and candy googly eyes if you like just after they're done baking!
Hint: Be sure not to over-bake your cookies -- for a softer texture, remove them from the oven when the tops are just barely set, but the cookies are still very soft and look underdone. They'll continue to set as they cool.
Substitutions & Variations
- dairy free - if you prefer, you can use vegan or dairy free butter, as well as dairy free chocolate and chunks of dairy free chocolate chip cookies to make this a dairy free recipe, like my Dairy Free Chocolate Chip Cookies recipe!
- swap out cookies - feel free to swap out the mini Chips Ahoy and Oreo cookies for any other cookies you like! I love the idea of Thin Mints, Milanos, or Nilla wafers!
- caramel - instead of Hershey's chocolate, try stuffing these blue cookie monster cookies with soft caramel candies! And for another caramel-stuff cookie, check out my salted caramel thumbprints!
These cookie monsters cookies keep well at room temperature in an airtight container for up to 3 days, or frozen for up to 3 months.
Save some of your chocolate chips and cookie pieces to add to the tops of the cookies right after they come out of the oven!
Equipment you may need
- ½ cup (55 g) light brown sugar - packed
- ¼ cup (100 g) granulated sugar
- ½ cup (114 g) unsalted butter - melted
- 1 large egg - room temperature
- 1½ teaspoon (7 ml) pure vanilla extract
- 1⅓ cup (167 g) all purpose flour - measured by weight with a kitchen scale or fluffed using the spoon-and-level method
- 2 teaspoon (4 g) cornstarch
- ½ teaspoon (2 g) baking soda
- ½ teaspoon (3 g) salt
- blue food coloring - to preference
- ½ cup (90 g) white chocolate chips
- ½ cup (90 g) semi-sweet chocolate chips
- ½ cup (80 g) chopped Oreo cookies - or similar chocolate sandwich cookies
- ½ cup (118 g) chopped Mini Chips Ahoy cookies - or similar crispy chocolate chip cookies
- 24 milk chocolate bar pieces - I used Hershey's
- candy eyes - optional
- In a large bowl, whisk melted butter with sugars until mixture is combined. Add egg, then vanilla, and whisk again until smooth and fluffy.½ cup light brown sugar, ½ cup unsalted butter, 1 large egg, 1½ teaspoon pure vanilla extract, ¼ cup granulated sugar
- Sift in flour, cornstarch, baking soda, and salt. Add blue food coloring and fold in, adding more until desired color is reached.1⅓ cup all purpose flour, 2 teaspoon cornstarch, ½ teaspoon baking soda, ½ teaspoon salt, blue food coloring
- Fold in white and semi-sweet chocolate chips and cookie pieces. Cover bowl and place in fridge to chill for 30 minutes to an hour.½ cup white chocolate chips, ½ cup semi-sweet chocolate chips, ½ cup chopped Oreo cookies, ½ cup chopped Mini Chips Ahoy cookies
- Preheat oven to 375°F and line a large baking sheet with a silicone liner or parchment paper.
- Use a medium cookie scoop to scoop out portions of dough and wrap dough around two small pieces of milk chocolate. Roll in your hands until it forms a ball around the chocolate.24 milk chocolate bar pieces
- Place dough balls onto prepared baking sheet at least 2 inches apart. Bake in preheated oven 10 minutes, or until tops of cookies are set and edges are golden brown.
- Add candy eyes to tops of cookies, along with more chocolate chips and cookie pieces. Let cool on baking sheet for 10 minutes, then transfer to a wire rack to cool completely.candy eyes
Frequently Asked Questions
You sure can -- you may need to add a little more blue food coloring to offset the brown butter, but that would definitely add even more deliciousness to these cookie monsters cookies!
They'll stay fresh at room temperature for about three days in an airtight container, but I like to keep these refrigerated and then heat one in the microwave whenever I want one so I can have that gooey chocolate center!
Your cookies monster cookies will be slightly golden brown on the sides, and no longer look wet in the middle, most likely no more than 12 minutes. They'll continue to cook as they cool. Double check your oven temp with an oven thermometer to make sure it's accurate. These cookies taste best when they're soft and gooey!
This blue cookie monster cookies recipe is named after the cookie-hungry monster on Sesame Street! With their blue color and candy eye decoration, they look a little like him, and with all the cookie and chocolatey goodness inside, they're definitely his kind of treat! If you want more Cookie Monster goodness, try this Cookie Monster Smash Cake!
If you like these blue cookie monster cookies, you'll love these copycat Crumbl cookies, these Lemon Blueberry Cookies, and my buttery Lemon Lavender Cookies! And if you're looking for more options for dietary restrictions, check out my list of the Best Gluten Free Dairy Free Cookies Recipes!
Last Updated on April 20, 2023 by Chenée Lewis
argh these are so cute! love adding the eyeballs. Also, so brilliant to wrap the dough around chocolate. They're so oozy gooey when baked. SO good!
They really are! I'm so glad you liked them as much as I do!
This looks really delicious and fairly simple to make!
My kids are absolutely obsessed with these cookies (and I may be known to sneak a couple too). Great recipe, thanks for sharing.
I don't blame you -- they're addictive! Thanks!
Oh my goodness how adorable! I'm not sure who would like to gobble these up cookie monster-style more. Me or the kiddos!
Haha it's a tie! 🙂
Definitely making this again.
So glad you liked them! 🙂
I made these with the kids this weekend and they loved them! They're so fun and the color is so exciting!
Definitely! So glad you all liked them!
Made these for a Halloween party and they were a hit! So delicious and festive yet easy to make!
They're my new favorite Halloween recipe!
Oh my gosh, these are so cute! I'm going to make them for Halloween.
Yay! I hope you love them!!
I made these over the weekend - they were delicious and so cute!
So glad you liked them! 🙂
OMG my girls and I had such a fun time making and eating these together!!
Thank you!! 🙂 Glad you liked them!
My kid and I had lots of fun making these cookies ! She loves how cute it turns out
Glad to hear it! Thank you!!
These are so fun to make for Halloween!
I agree!! Thanks!
These cookies are yummy as they are cute. My daughter loved helping make these, such a fun recipe.
So glad you both liked them!
These were so fun to make!!! And everyone gobbled them up..like you know ;). Delicious as well!
Hahaha that's great to hear!
Fun, fabulous and festive! They are also very addictive with all that chocolate!
Yes! The chocolatey goodness is the best part!
I made these for my kids yesterday and they LOVED them! Thanks so much for sharing- they're so fun!
Great to hear that they were a hit!
These are stuffed with all the right things!!
Yes! Definitely a cookie lover's dream!
Easy and delicious, this one is a keeper. I know I’m going to make it over and over again!
So glad you liked them! 🙂
Our 3 will go crazy for these and I know will also want to help make them they are super cute!
Absolutely! So fun to make and eat! 🙂
I'm going to have so much fun making these monster cookies with my grandkids. They are going to have so much fun eating them.
So much fun all around! 🙂