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First time making meringues - these came out great! I did omit the cocoa powder, and upped the vanilla. I used the mini chips, and they came out very chocolately. Next time, I might try 8 oz. to have a higher proportion of cookie, although my husband did say he liked the fact that it was so chippy. I tried one after about 1 hour, and I liked it, but it was very sticky/chewy on my teeth, so I ended up baking it 1 1/2 hours for crunchy ones. They were a great addition to our Passover sweets. Thanks for the recipe!

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Dorie's Lori April 10, 2009

Very good, easy recipe. I only had about 1/4 bag of the mini-chips, so used those, plus some chopped pecans. I would suggest making the cookies smaller than stated in the recipe, 1/4 cup makes huge cookies! I made them this big and it took 2 1/2 hours at 225 degrees F. in the oven to dry them completely. Next time I make this recipe I will make them half the size. Family loved them and I'll definitely make these again!

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Michelle Berteig August 17, 2009

Just what I remember my Aunt Lori making for me when I was a kid! Love them crunchy myself.

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Microcell May 05, 2008

These came out wonderfully!! They were light and not too sweet. Stay fresh for a long time,

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Phoenix 0880 December 31, 2007
Chocolate Chip Meringue Cookies