The edges can be a bit jagged but they are rich and buttery, crumbly and satisfying, filled with coffee flavor in the dough, which is packed with nuggets of Heath Bars and semisweet chocolate chunks. I have not made these yet, but I got the recipe from Dede Wilson's Web page.
These delicious cookies have a wonderful texture -- somewhat sandy, like a rich shortbread cookie, but a little more crunchy-firm, almost like biscotti. The walnuts play a starring role, appearing in the dough and as a rolled-in coating. Frankly, these are perhaps more of an adult cookie than one kids will clamor for, because they're a tad less sweet than many cookies. But that's not necessarily a bad thing, is it?
These cookies are packed full of chocolate, nuts, and chunks of your favorite candy bar! A great cookie to include on your holiday cookie tray, to give in gift baskets, or just a special treat anytime!
These are the best and one of my favorite cookie recipes, and I have made my share of many recipes over the years but have always come back time after time to make these cookies, I just love the coffee and chocolate taste! --- you may substitute 1-1/2 teaspoons vanilla for the maple extract :)
This is based on a Rachael Ray recipe. I've made them twice, and both times they've turned out perfectly. While they seem like a holiday cookie, they're nice any time of the year when you have a couple of egg whites to use up.
Refrigerated cookie dough and mini peanut butter cups make preparing these a breeze...BUT they taste like a lot of effort goes into them. This recipe was given to me, so I do not know who Stormy is, but I figured I should give him/her credit! According to "Stormy", you can also do these with Rolos (haven't tried that yet!)
These cookies never last out the day at work, church get-togethers or wherever I take them. I got this recipe back in high school in my German class and have been making them ever since. Yummy! They've become my annual blue ribbon winner at the local county fair.