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These cookies are so good they were gone in no time! I made them as an addition to my 2008 Christmas Cookie Tray and will definitely be sure to add them to my next year's Christmas Tray as well. But be sure, I won't wait until Christmas to make them again!! Too good to wait!! The 1/4 cup makes a very nice sized cookie for your chocolate lovers. Thanks, Lainey!
Our nephew had some friends over today and this was the perfect snack for them. I too added nuts (chopped pecans). Smiles had replaced the cookies that were gone in a flash. They really enjoyed these fudgy cookies:)
Oh my goodness, I thought I'd died and went to chocolate heaven! Took these to a football party yesterday and every single cookie was gone! So chocolaty and very addictive. I used a 1.5T cookie scoop and baked for 14 minutes.
I don't make cookies - or what we call call biscuits - often and I'm not sure how I came to tag these for Healthy Choices Tag. It must have been VERY late at night, but I'm really glad that I did. They are SO delicious, SO easy to make - and the instructions were wonderfully clear. I made these to the specified size and the only change I made was to add 1/4 cup of chopped macadamias. Ah, just realised! THAT was the "healthy" bit! ;) Thanks for sharing another delicious recipe, Lainey. Freezing them for lunches is a great idea, Erindipity! That's exactly what I've done! I'll also be making these for morning teas, and perhaps then making a smaller, more elegant version! :)
Very good cookies. My husband usually complains when I mess with his standard chocolate chip cookies, but he ate half a dozen of these warm. Because I needed more than 12 cookies I made with a 1 oz cookie scoop rather than the 1/4 c scoop. I ended up with 2 1/2 dozen. The cookies have a nice soft texture and are very chocolaty. We ate several yesterday and put the rest in the freezer for weekly lunches.