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I've been making these the last couple years for Christmas & Valentines Day. I use dark chocolate chips for the chocolate pieces (2 & 2/3 cups equal 1 lb). I always get tons of compliments on them. They disapear fast, wherever I take them.

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pumpkinpie December 27, 2009

The cookies were delicious. Very rich and chocolaty. I modified the recipe a little, using 3/4 chocolate and 1/4 macadamia nuts. (:

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jaslyf November 30, 2008

Definitely a wow! Not only rich, fudgy and wonderfully chocolaty, they are one of those 'you just can't eat one kind of cookie' - the kind every chocolate lover raves about and goes home recipe in hand. Made as posted - no changes needed. Thank you lemoncurd.

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Gerry February 09, 2007

Wowee! Very nice semi-sweet chocolate flavor. Chewy on the outside and gooey on the inside. Sort of like a brownie pie cookie. Easy to make but hard to let it sit 45 minutes until you can bake them! Instructions don't say when to add the cocoa powder so I added it with the dry ingredients. Yes...I can imagine these with nuts, chocolate chips or even cherries in them...but they are also VERY nice as they are. Thanks for a keeper recipe lemoncurd! Made for 1-2-3 hit wonders. I forsee 100 ratings of this recipe.

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Engrossed January 02, 2007

These are so fantastic, I can't believe it.

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killrthm December 16, 2006

These are a chocolate-lover's dream cookie! These taste similar to a brownine, they are rich and oh so good, thanks lemoncurd!...Kitten :)

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Kittencal@recipezazz December 15, 2006
Deluxe Double Chocolate Cookies