Double Chocolate Cake Mix Cookies

These Double Chocolate Cake Mix Cookies are a family favorite and super easy for you to make. The holidays are just one more reason for trying a new recipe, especially baking cookies.

Double Chocolate Cake Mix Cookie

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It is very rare for me to share recipes here on the blog because in all honesty, I don’t like to cook. I tend to stick with what I know and once I get good at a recipe I like to keep using it. So, you can only imagine how many times I have eaten these cookies!

These double chocolate cake mix cookies are perfect to bake to send to a class party, deliver to neighbors, or take to your family holiday party. They are a hit with everyone and they pack and transport well.

BUT to make sure they cook perfectly and store well there are 2 tricks that ensure the perfect cookie! I’ve tested it without the tips and the cookies do not cook as awesome.

Did I mention ONLY one 4 ingredients? That’s right! Perfect double chocolate cake mix cookies easy and delicious!

Devil's Food Cake Mix Cookies


  • 2 Eggs
  • 1/2 cup of Vegetable Oil
  • 1 Devils Food Cake Mix
  • 1 bag Chocolate Chunks (chocolate lovers use the whole bag)


Mix the eggs and oil together first. Blend them well. Next add in the dry cake mix. Stir until blended. This is trick #1. If you add the dry cake mix in before blending the wet ingredients your cookie texture will not be a great. I like mixing bowls with non skid bottoms like these.

After the first 3 ingredients are mixed you can then add in your chocolate chunks. Anywhere from 1 cup to the entire bag, depends on how much chocolate you like. Tip #2, the Nestle brand chocolate chunks are what I have found work best. Regular chocolate chips still taste yummy but the make the cookie super gooey. The chunks hold together during baking but the chips melt and are really messy.

Bake the cookies at 350 degrees for approximately 8-10 mins. My oven is 9 minutes. They cook like brownies and can harden too much if over cooked so keep an eye on your first batch for time.

I always cool my cookies on a vented cooling rack. It makes the cookies cool faster and hold shape well. I’ve just found this amazing cooling rack that will come in handy when baking multiple batches of cookies. Once cooled you can move them to parchment paper or a plate.

Double Chocolate Cake Mix Cookie Steps

Chocolate lovers see below…entire bag of chunks were added.

Double Chocolate Cookies Mix

Go ahead and pin this photo to Pinterest before you continue on so you will have it on hand.

Double Chocolate Cake Mix Cookies using only 4 Ingredients

Alternate add ins for you double chocolate cake mix cookies:

  • Nuts
  • White Chocolate Chips
  • Milk Chocolate Chips
  • M&M candies
  • pretty much endless ideas
  • toffee

If your cookies last long enough to store or display, you will want to have some of these on hand.

Cookie Jar


Cookie Tray

Now that you are in the baking mood there’s MORE…

Join a few of my fellow home decor bloggers as we share a little holiday baking today. How yummy do all of those look? I can’t wait to try them.

Holiday Cookies

sincerely, marie designs / at HOME with the barkers / Inspiration for Moms / Tag & Tibby

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  1. These look like a great recipe to try with my kids over winter break. Pinning now!

  2. These look like a chocolate lovers dream! I love a simple recipe, especially this time of the year. Can’t wait to make them!

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