Total Time
38mins
Prep 25 mins
Cook 13 mins

From Cuisine at Home 2006 Cookie Book. Chocolate crinkles with dried cherries and chocolate added for extra richness.

Ingredients Nutrition

Directions

  1. Preheat oven to 350.
  2. Whisk flour, sugar, baking powder, and salt together, set aside.
  3. Melt butter.
  4. Add cocoa to melted butter, whisking until smooth.
  5. Stir in egg, coffee mixture, and vanilla, fully blending in each one before adding the next.
  6. Stir chocolate mixture into flour mixture until just combined.
  7. Fold chocolate chips and cherries into the dough until evenly distributed.
  8. Shape into generous two inch balls.
  9. Roll balls in powder sugar two times and arange in baking sheets, spacing two inches apart.
  10. Bake for 12 -14 minutes, or until cookies are cracked, but still soft; do not ovrbake.
Most Helpful

Well. They taste really good. But they spread out while baking, and pretty much looked like a pan of brownies. They stuck to the pan and to each other so they're mostly just chunks I had to cut into the shape of cookies.... And by that I mean squares. And by squares I mean not any identifiable shape. I would make again, but would add more flour next time. But they do taste great.

Desirai J. December 03, 2015

This recipe is the same as Recipezaar #201338, and is from the Cuisine at Home HoIiday Cookies Magazine. The cookies pictured in the magazine are about 3 inches in diameter, and the tops have wide chocolate streaks running through the powdered sugar coating. They're not a crisp cookie. The texture is soft, slightly chewy or fudgy, but not cakey. I used mini chips because I didn't want the larger chocolate chips to dominate the texture of the cookie, and substituted finely chopped crystallized ginger for the cherries to add a bit of spice to the cookies. These freeze beautifully. They only stay fresh for a day or two at room temperature. My yield was only 17 cookies that were approximately 2 1/2 to 3" in diameter.

sadielady January 19, 2010

Made without the cherries altogether, and with probably twice as many chocolate chips (perhaps too many? hard to keep them in the dough). Amazing amazing amazing! Such a hit! I love that they don't take much butter. Doubling the recipe next time!! Yum!!

slimmershadier October 16, 2009