I made these this weekend as part of my annual Christmas cookie frenzy. They were very easy to make and looked beautiful when finished. These will add a touch of elegance to my christmas cookie tins.
Kelley, I made these last night and they were very easy to make. Your recipe says 36-42 cookies but I got 50 exactly. I would have gotten more if I had made the balls a little smaller. These cookies turned out delicious and looked very elegant when they were finished. Thanks for a great recipe!
Never even thought of "making" the cookie part. the way I learned was to use the store bought frozen or refrigerated peanut butter cookies but the rest is the same. (good for when you don't have time to make them but I like the fully homemade version you gave) Awesome recipe!
Everyone loves them. I made the dough part of the cookie twice the size, and used half the kisses, and people really loved that.
"Nom, nom, nom!" say the nephews...highest praise. Like the easy measurements; just like an old fashioned pound cake. Warning, don't open up the bag of Hershey's kisses until you are ready to bake. They mysteriously disappear and you won't wind up with enough for your cookies.
these were pretty as well as delicious. we will make these again, except we won't roll the cookie balls in sugar. much thanks
Wow! These were so easy to make, and absolutely delicious! And I'm a guy, so if I can bake these, ANYONE can! Thanks for the awesome recipe!
These were so easy and taste great! Thanks so much.
Very good, the kids loved putting the Kisses in the cookies!
These cookies turned out great - a big hit with my husband and kids (and the hubby is pretty picky with cookies). i didn't have kisses on hand so instead used the holiday chocolate chips swirled with chocolate and caramel - my daughter helped put 5 on each cookie =)