Honey Nut Iced Chocolate Chip Cookies

Level: Easy
Prep Time: 5 min
Cook Time: 20 min
Cooling Time:
Yields: 24 cookies


This easy recipe for Honey Nut Iced Chocolate Chip Cookies takes less than 30 minutes and delivers a festive and tasty treat. You'll love the frosting on this one.


  • 1 pkg. (16.5 oz.) NESTLÉ® TOLL HOUSE® Refrigerated Chocolate Chip Cookie Bar Dough
  • 1 container (8 oz.) honey nut cream cheese spread
  • 1/2 cup raisins


BAKE cookies according to package directions; cool completely.

SPREAD cookies with cream cheese. Top with raisins. Store tightly covered in refrigerator.

Love it!

by D. Debbie , Cincinnati, OH on Mar. 2010

What an easy way to add a special touch to the common chocolate chip cookie. I love it!


by B. Beverly , on Jun. 2009

I will make them again and try a maple flavored frosting from scratch.

Honey Nut Iced Chocolate Chip Cookies

by j. jan , Trimble, MO on Mar. 2009

Fast, easy & delicious!


by L. Lee , Maple Grove, MN on Nov. 2008

These were very good. My grandchildren loved them. The day I made them, I didn't have any raisins. However, I did have a box of chocolate covered raisins (Goobers)left from our movie date the week before. The kids loved the Goobers on top.

Honey Nut Iced Chocolate Chip Cookies

by H. Helen , Flat Rock, MI on Nov. 2008

Tastes great and very easy! Want to make them for our Bake Sale next week, but how can I pkg. them so the frosting won't get messed up. (How long can they be out of the fridge?)

Honey Nut Iced Chocolate Chip Cookies

by P. Pat , Duncanville, TX on Feb. 2007

Very delicious - east to make. Would recommend this recipe to everyone.

Honey Nut Iced Chocolate Chip Cookies

by S. SHEILA , WINNETKA, CA on Jun. 2006

WOW All I can say is what a wonderful and different cookie we all loved them.

Nice variation!

by M. Ms. , FARMINGDALE, NY on Nov. 2005

What a NICE variation on everyday chocolate chip cookies. The cream cheese and raisins add a new dimension to the old standby cookie. Easy to make and we were literally looking for more. Hooray for coming up with a tasty twist!

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by M. Margaret , TULSA, OK on Aug. 2005

Easy & delicious recipe. My family loves this and sometimes substitute different nuts instead of the raisins.

Quick and Easy Cookies

by A. Ann , Alamosa, CO on Jun. 2005

These cookies are very quick and easy to make. The family loves them and begs for more. You might want to make double batches as they go quick.