Triple Chocolate Cake Mix Cookies

Triple Chocolate Cake Mix Cookies

Okay, all you chocoholics out there this is the recipe for you!  These triple chocolate chip cookies are amazing, packed full of chocolate, and they’re easy.  So easy that you just use a cake mix and a few other ingredients.

I was in a pinch one day and needed a dessert to make but didn’t have a lot of the ingredients for the things I would normally make, I did have a couple cake mixes though.  Before I made these cookies I had never made cookies with a cake mix.  I just didn’t think they would taste very good, but I was hooked when I finally made them.  Everyone who tried these triple chocolate cookies LOVED them.


1 chocolate cake mix (I used Betty Crocker triple chocolate with pudding in the mix)

2 eggs

*2 Tbs brown sugar

*2 Tbs water

1/3 cup oil

1/2 cup semi-sweet chocolate chips

3/4 cup white chocolate chips 

*Brown sugar and water are optional.  If you do not add the brown sugar then do not add the water.

Combine cake mix, eggs, brown sugar and water.  Mix well. Stir in both chocolate chips.  It will be thick.  Spoon onto ungreased cookie sheet by tablespoons.  Bake at 350 degrees for 9-11 minutes, may be more or less depending on your oven.

Makes approximately 30 cookies.

Cool for 1 minute then remove from pan.  Let them finish cooling and then enjoy!

triple chocolate cake mix cookies

This post was shared at Diana Rambles, Dear Creatives, Tatertots and Jello, Whimsy Wednesday, Recipe Sharing Party.


  1. Elizabeth @ Guilty Chocoholic Mama says:

    Okay, for reasons I trust are obvious, you had me at “all you chocoholics out there”! 😉 These look fabulous. If I make them and have them with coffee, do they count as breakfast? Wait, what am I thinking? OF COURSE they count as breakfast! Thanks for sharing at Party at My Place!

  2. Michelle says:

    I’ve died and gone to heaven. A cake mix no less. Sounds like a keeper for sure. Pinning to my board on Pinterest. Thanks for linking at my party today. Such deliciousness.

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