Spicy White Chocolate Cookies Using Chick-fil-A Cookies

Spicy White Chocolate Cookies Using Chick-fil-A Cookies

*I received  complimentary cookies from Chick-fil-A to facilitate my review. All thoughts are 100% honest and my own.

Spicy White Chocolate Cookies Using Chick-fil-A Cookies

Oh these Spicy White Chocolate Cookies are awesome! The added cayenne pepper takes the chocolate to a new level of YUM. Chick-fil-A has a great catering menu that can save you time, money and stress. Consider these the next time you are looking for a quick yet awesome treat or tray for a party.

Spicy White Chocolate Cookies



  • 6 pack of chocolate chip cookies from Chick-fil-A
  • 1 bag white chocolate baking chips (or half a block of baker’s chocolate)
  • 1 teaspoon cayenne pepper



  • Place cookies on a solid flat surface and cut into four wedges. We found it easier to cut the cookies into wedges before drizzling the spicy chocolate. Otherwise it tends to pop off when you cut through it to cut the cookie.
  • Melt chocolate in microwave safe measuring cup. Start at 60 seconds, stir until smooth. Continue at 10 seconds in microwave if needed.
  • Stir in cayenne pepper
  • Drizzle spicy chocolate back and forth over the cookies until you have the desired amount of coverage

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Looking for other dessert recipes using Chick-fil-A cookies? Check out our Dream Pie Bites! They really are just that perfect!


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  1. Carolyn Colley says:

    this recipe sounds like it will be very spicy,I would like to try it

  2. Chelsea B. says:

    OM NOM NOM NOM NOM! :-) Sounds delish!

  3. These sound really good. I’ve had brownies with cayenne pepper before.

  4. Tamra Phelps says:

    I’ve seen a lot of recipes for spicy desserts, but I haven’t tried them yet. I might give this a try!

  5. melisa says:

    I’d like to try these, I’ve never had a spicy flavor with chocolate. My husband loves all sorts of the two mixed together, I’ve just never tried them. They look really good.

  6. md Kennedy says:

    What an amazing idea! My husband loves spicy stuff and I am trying to get him to like chili with chocolate, so I will give these a try.

  7. I LOVE the combination of sweet and spicy! Those sound amazing!!!
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  8. OH MY! Those look divine. I love spicy and sweet together!
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  9. So you buy the cookies pre-made then drizzle spicy chocolate over them? Interesting and easy enough for even me. Hot chocolate was originally a spicy drink in Mexico, and my lesbian friends served it that way at their wedding in Cancun. It’s actually quite good, so I’m sure these cookies are worth a try.

  10. Pepper in a cookie? The recipe sounds good other than that. I am such a ditz. When I saw the title, I thought there was chicken in them.

  11. This looks delicious, the only thing that could make it better would be to use dark chocolate in place of the white chocolate. Thank you for sharing this recipe.

    • We did try it with the dark and milk chocolate, neither would get firm enough to not be messy when eating or when stacking them for storage or transport. Not that a little bit of dark chocolate on your fingertips is a bad thing…..

  12. My daughter loves adding spice to sweets – I bet she’d love these spicy white chocolate cookies. We will have to give this a try!
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  13. rochelle haynes says:

    I would love to try this recipe it looks good

  14. Love this idea! I love Chik Fil a and cannot wait for there to be one near my home! Believe it or not, there are no chik fil a’s on Long Island in New York and we are getting one! Yeah!!!!

  15. My husband would love these Spicy White Chocolate Cookies!
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