Lindt Shortbread Cookies

It’s baking season. I smell it everywhere I go, along with lights, music and decorations. And of course baking is a staple for the holiday season. Whether you’re doing a cookie exchange, going to a party, baking something for your child’s class or making a homemade present for your neighbours, baking is the go-to option. It’s personal, it’s homemade and let’s face it, it’s delicious!

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Things are no different in our house. Any excuse to make baked goods is a good excuse.

Everyone loves shortbread cookies, but when you add chocolate into the mix, literally, it takes those cookies to a whole other level, a Lindt Shortbread Cookies level.

Lindt Shortbread Cookies for Holiday Baking

You’ll be surprised at how simple the recipe is!

– 1 cup butter, softened
– 1/4 cup granulated sugar
– 1/3 cup brown sugar
– 1 1/2 cup all-purpose flour
– 2 tbsp corn starch
– 1 Lindt Classic Milk Chocolate bar chopped up
– 1 Lindt 70% Dark Chocolate bar, cut into squares

Lindt Shortbread Cookies Ingredients

1. Preheat oven to 375F

2. In a medium bowl, use an electric mixer to cream the butter and sugar until it’s light and fluffy

3. Add flour and cornstarch and beat until it’s all combined

4. Add the chopped Lindt into the mixture and fold it in with a spatula

5. Line a baking sheet with parchment. Take one spoon of the batter into your hands and roll it into a ball. Place it on the sheet. Flatten the ball slightly with the palm of your hand. Make sure to leave enough room in between each cookie as they will spread while they are cooking. (You will get between 16-18 cookies)

Lindt Shortbread Cookies - ready to bake
6. Once all the batter has been shaped into cookies, take the Lindt dark chocolate squares. Place one square on top of each cookie and push it in slightly with your finger.

7. Put it in the oven and bake for 13 minutes. Cool for 5-10 minutes.

Then enjoy! These Lindt Shortbread Cookies are seriously amazing and I promise that you will have a hard time eating only one!

Lindt Shortbread Cookies - Finished

Since these cookies were such a hit, I began to wonder what other delicious recipes I could make with Lindt chocolate. I decided to check out Lindt’s The Season Magazine which is full of so many mouth watering chocolate recipes. Not only that, the magazine also has great ideas for holiday decorating, gift ideas and entertaining. I would recommend taking a look at it because it has lots of inspiration for the holiday season that is upon us!

Now enjoy your holiday baking and make sure to try these delicious Lindt Shortbread Cookies. I promise you will be happy that you did!

24 thoughts on “Lindt Shortbread Cookies

  1. These look delicious, I’ll def try these soon, not now though becauset my kid’s are on the verge of drowning in chocolate.. I can’t risk making these now, lol

  2. So funny that I ate about 3 of these Lindt candies today at work. Man, they are good. I have to try this recipe. I love plain shortbread cookies, simple and sweet. Now add a dab of chocolate and it’s tops in my book. I like that the recipe makes enough to take to a holiday event and snack on while baking! (tee hee)

    1. I indulged in a bit of the chocolate before making the cookies too and the chocolate is so good! And if you already love shortbread, adding this chocolate will totally take it to the next level!

  3. You had me at Lindt! It’s chocolate is AMAZING, especially the Lindt Lindor Truffles. These cookies are absolutely going on my holiday baking list this year, thanks for the great recipe!

  4. Hi Salma,

    I usually bake peanut butter cookies for the Christmas season, but the daughter is more likely to bake during the holidays. I can’t stand on my feet as long as I used to, so she picks up the slack.

    She baked quite a bit for Thanksgiving making a pineapple nut roll, apple pie, and chewy sugar cookies. I was so glad to have her help!

    – Bonnie

  5. Shortbread cookies AND Lindt chocolate – there’s a little piece of heaven right there! Although I doubt the chocolate would survive long enough to make it into cookies 🙂 Great recipe Salma, thanks for sharing!

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