Chocolate Pudding Cookies with Mini Robin Eggs

By Maria Lichty

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Easter is on Sunday and I am excited. Easter has always been one of my favorite holidays. When I was little, I loved picking out an Easter dress, dying eggs with my siblings, hunting for eggs, and eating Easter candy. I don’t pick out a frilly dress and bonnet anymore, but I still enjoy the holiday-especially the Easter candy. There are so many fun varieties of Easter candy. Josh brought home a bag of Mini Robin Eggs-the malted milk eggs with a colorful candy coating. I ate a few and then decided to make a batch of Chocolate Pudding Cookies with Mini Robin Eggs.

Chocolate Pudding Cookies with Mini Robin Eggs on A fun cookie for spring and Easter!

I love pudding cookies. This time I went with chocolate. The pudding kept the cookies soft and added a nice chocolaty flavor. I also stirred in milk chocolate chips and chopped up Mini Robin Eggs. The Mini Robin Eggs candy added a pop of color and a nice crunch to the cookies.

If you are looking for a special Easter treat, try Chocolate Pudding Cookies with Mini Robin Eggs. And if your kids receive too much Easter candy, make cookies with the leftover candy. Everyone will enjoy these cookies.

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Chocolate Pudding Cookies with Mini Robin Eggs

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  • 1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper or silicone baking mat and set aside.
  • 2. Using a mixer, beat together butter and sugars until creamy. Add in chocolate pudding mix, eggs, and vanilla extract. Mix until smooth.
  • 3. In a medium bowl, whisk together the flour, baking soda, and salt. Add the dry ingredients to the wet ingredients and mix until just combined. Stir in the chocolate chips and Mini Robin Eggs.
  • 4. Drop cookie dough by rounded tablespoons onto prepared baking sheet.  Bake for 10-12 minutes, or until cookies are set. The middles will not be completely done. Remove cookies from oven and let cool on baking sheet for 5 minutes. Transfer to a cooling rack and cool completely.
  • Note-if you can't find Robin Eggs, you can use malted milk balls.

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I'm Maria and my husband is Josh. We share a love of cooking, baking, and entertaining. We enjoy creating recipes that are simple, fresh, and family friendly. We love sitting around the table with good food, good conversation, and good friends and family! Our kitchen is always open!
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  1. So cute! I need to make a batch of your pudding cookies asap! These will be a fab treat for you to make with your little one 🙂

  2. I just ate my first one out of the oven – so yummy! I’ve never made pudding cookies before. My husband is going to have a nice surprise when he gets home! — Thanks – great recipe and perfect for the time of year!

  3. I am obsessed with cookies. I’m pretty sure part of that obsession is to be blamed on the pregnancy hormones. I whipped a batch ( or two ) last night and they were amazing and pretty due to the lovely pastel colors. Thanks so much for the recipe.

  4. I too am pregnant and constantly crave cookies – when I came across your recipe I knew I HAD to make them! They are fantastic! I couldn’t find the Mini Robin Eggs this morning at the grocery store so substituted Easter colored M&M’s instead… still yummy but will have to try the Robin Egg versions next time. YUM!

  5. Most of the time, I can turn down candy, but those malted milk balls are my total weakness. I buy bags of them every year just I can have some after the holiday is over. What a great idea to make cookies with them!

  6. I can’t use the excuse that I’m pregnant, as my second son is now 9-months old. I’ll just say that my household consists of cookie monsters, and this mama of two is just a piggy. 🙂 Thanks for sharing the recipe! I’ve got the first batch in the over as we speak! Can’t wait to try these little treats out!

  7. I made these yesterday with my niece and we both loved them. They may not make it into anyone else’s mouth! I love how the robin’s eggs candies sort of melt while baking.

  8. I made these for Easter Sunday, but was unable to locate either mini robin eggs or malted milk balls. So, I used Reese’s pieces mini-eggs and they were a hit! Thank you so much for sharing this great recipe!

  9. Okay, so I made these the other day and they sure didn’t last very long! 😀 They’re fantastic! The next day, all I did was re-heat it (because I love my cookies with melted chocolate ALL the time), and that’s pretty much all I ate the rest of the day. lol No, really. I’m sure my doctor wouldn’t like that. My hubby was mad that the cookie jar emptied so quickly. He told me I needed to make some so that he could take them to work. 🙂 Thanks for the recipe!

    Oh, btw….I had a really hard time getting these off of the pan. I guess it’s because of the candy coating. And I don’t think it helped that I doubled the amount of robin’s egg candy either. lol All I had was wax paper, and that didn’t help. I ended up just spraying a pan with cooking spray. It still stuck, but at least I didn’t have to sit there and remove the paper. I need to buy me a SILPAT pronto!

  10. I love these cookies! The first time I made this recipe, I used cheesecake pudding and Easter M&Ms for easter cookies and they were wonderful!

  11. Are these supposed to be made with pudding mix still dry and powder, or made into pudding? I’m baking them right now, and I used the dry mix, and they turned into a very dry dough that I could handle with my hands and have them come out perfectly clean, kind of like shortbread dough. Is that how it should be?

    1. Just use the dry mix, don’t make the pudding. The cookies shouldn’t be dry. These are probably the softest chocolate chip cookies I make.

  12. Hi Maria,
    I made these cookies a few days ago. My family LOVED them!! So soft and not too chocolaty. This will be a keeper. Thanks for a great recipe!
    Lindsey R

  13. I made these cookies yesterday and they are amazing. They were a BIG hit at work and everyone wants the recipe. Thanks for sharing this receipe and keep up the great work!!!

  14. 5 stars
    I’ve been using this recipe for several years now. My family begs me to make these every Easter. Two batches are never enough!

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