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Very delicious cookies that were a nice addition to my holiday trays. Easy to put together and bake! I never used macadamia nuts in a cookie recipe and they were unique. Note: I used rounded TABLESPOONS and got about 5 dozen cookies out of this recipe...about 8-9 minutes bake time was perfect. I can't imagine how many cookies I would have gotten if I used teaspoons as instructed :). Thanks for posting!

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Karen=^..^= December 29, 2003

So easy to make and so delicious. Thank you for sharing this fantastic cookie recipe. I substituted dark sugar for the light brown sugar, bakers chocolate for the semisweet chocolate and everything turned out delish!

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zonaluminae May 27, 2008

I made these last night and they're great! I used almonds instead of macadamias, reduced the sugar by 25%, and cut down the salt. When I tried to remove a few cookies from the sheet after 1 minute, they completely fell apart, so I let the rest of them cool about 5 minutes. They were easier to remove, but some of them still broke apart. I wonder how I can get them to stay together next time. Reduce the butter a little? Regardless, they're delicious cookies and very addictive. Thanks for the recipe!

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Meryl October 07, 2007

These were excellent cookies -- very fudgy and delicious. I love the sweet/salt combo and used toasted, salted macadamia nuts.

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Claire #3 September 05, 2005

These have a nice flavor. I didn't have any light brown sugar so I used dark brown instead; they turned out great. They took exactly 10 minutes to bake. Thank you for these nice cookies.

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kindcook July 11, 2004
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