Double Chip Pudding Cookies

I am newly in love with pudding cookies! I had so make some cookies yesterday and I wanted something new. I’ve never tried pudding cookies before and now, I am addicted!


Yesterday, I was working on the lighting makeover in the kitchen,  and I wanted to test out the new lights by taking pictures of baking. I quickly decided to make some cookies. It as time to try something new and I found pudding cookies from one of my favorite dessert blogs, Inside Bru Crew Life, and I made a variation of those cookies. I can’t believe it took me that long to try pudding cookies because we are all addicted here now! On the first day, the little man ate 3 cookies and I don’t even know how many cookies the big one ate. The little man just kept singing “C is for cookie”, while watching Cookie Monster and eating the cookie…too cute!


I can’t wait to try more flavors and variations! The cookies are so soft and flavorful…are you sensing the love?!

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Double Chip Pudding Cookies


  • 1 cup of butter, unsalted
  • 1 cup of dark brown sugar
  • 2 eggs
  • 1 tsp vanilla extract
  • 1 package of Vanilla Pudding mix (3.9 oz)
  • 3/4 tsp baking soda
  • 2 cups of flour
  • 2/3 cup White chocolate chips
  • 2/3 cup chocolate chips


  1. Preheat the over to 350. I like to use a whoopie pie pan for making cookies because it makes all the cookies a perfect form.
  2. In a mixing bowl, beat butter and sugar until light and fluffy (about 2 minutes.)
  3. Add eggs, one egg and a time, beating well after each edition.
  4. Add vanilla extract.
  5. Lower the speed to low and mix in the pudding mix, flour and baking soda until all combined.
  6. Fold in the chocolate chips.
  7. Spoon the cookie dough into the pan and bake for 9-10 minutes.
  8. Cool completely and Enjoy!
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  1. Delicious! I hope to get some baking done today and it needs to involve chocolate!

  2. Oh, yum. Those cookies look so good. And the photo is gorgeous as well. It also looks like your little helper is enjoying them. :)

  3. These cookies look delicious but when do you add the pudding mix?

  4. Oh my goodness these look so moist!!

  5. Wonderful cookies!
    I have a similar recipe and I bake these cookies every now and then. They never last long….. :)

  6. I have yet to try pudding cookies but yours look delicious that I’m thinking I better change that real soon! :)

  7. I’ve wanted to try pudding cookies for the longest time too! These look super good :)

  8. Michelle says:

    Look great but yes, when do u add the pudding mix???

  9. Haven’t tried pudding cookies yet, but what a great idea! Why not? I wonder if the texture is cookie-like or more cake-like?

  10. These look really good! My kids and I are going to have to try these out.

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  12. Kathy Miller says:

    Do you use instant pudding? And, when do you add the pudding?

  13. Marysue says:

    Luba, how many cookies does this make? And, do you think they will hold up to being shipped? I’m going to be in a cookie swap in July and want cookies that will make it! :o)

    • Hi, Marysue!
      If memory serves me right, it was about 12- 15 cookies, medium size.
      You know, I would suggest to get a cookie tin (they sell those at Michaels) and pack the cookies inside so they won’t move around. Then use packing peanuts or something like that to make sure the tin sits tight inside the box. I don’t think why it won’t ship just fine. I would recommend overnight or 2-day since it’s food (but it can run more expensive.) I only shipped food once and it wasn’t cheap :) Good luck!

      • Marysue says:

        Hi Lyuba, I just put my/your delicious cookie in the mail for my cookie swap! They are DELICIOUS! I did make one teeny-tiny, litte change…I substituted Heath Brickle Bits for the chocolate chips. I was using chocolate in both of my other batches, plus I thought the bricke and white chocolate would be a good match. Oh man…that was a marriage straight from heaven! Of all three batches, yours is the one that’s almost gone!

        I do have one question: would the brickle have caused them to take longer to get done? I baked them for ten minutes and, even after cooling, they were extremely soft. That didn’t matter to us but I wanted to ask you for future reference because I WILL be making them again!!

        Thanks for the delicious recipe!

        • That sounds like a great idea! I’m so glad you liked it!
          I don’t think that it would make a difference though. The time of baking can be affected by the size of the cookie and temperature of the oven more that chocolate. I would depend on how much you used though. If you put more heath chunks than usual it might get a little softer because of the amount of chocolate vs the amount of cookie dough.


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