Grand Ola-- Cookies Dipped in Chocolate Ganache

Total Time
32mins
Prep 20 mins
Cook 12 mins

This decadent, healthy treat made using Quaker Granola containing oatmeal, nuts, raisins that a lot of fiber and low in sodium is just part of this delicious cookie. It has an optional dried fruit mix of blueberries, cherries, cranberries, plums. Use one or all or add raisins. Then you have a chocolaty goodness from both semi-sweet and bitter sweet chips inside and then the cookies dipped in rich creamy ganache. AND you don't need to pull out a mixer for this easy to make recipe! Unless you're making a drink. LOL! It is almost guilt free! :) The cookies can be made into smaller sizes making 40 just watch the cooking time.

Ingredients Nutrition

Directions

  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
  2. Melt butter add brown sugar and stir till smooth.
  3. Add vanilla and egg stir in to combine.
  4. In a bowl combine flour, granola, baking soda, salt, cinnamon. Add to the butter mixture.
  5. Stir in dried fruit, nuts, and chips.
  6. Place on a two greased 14 x 16 inch cookie sheet pans. Making 20 large cookies. Be sure to keep them spread apart from each other. If need be used an other pan. These will spread out.
  7. Bake for 12-15 minutes.
  8. Meanwhile heat cream add chips and stir to blend and creamy.
  9. Remove cookies from oven and let set 5 minutes before placing on racks to cool completely.
  10. Dip generously one end of the cookie into ganache place on wax or a sil pad till harden or chill for quicker results or just eat it!
  11. Do share the cookie with a loved one.
Most Helpful

I do like the mix of chocolate chips and dried fruit (I used raisins), and I think the ganache dip was a nice touch. I liked the way they spread out while baking, and I only baked for 12 minutes which is just right for these cookies.

Studentchef March 06, 2010

Mmm!!! a very nice cookie. I stuck to the recipe and they were very crunchy and very yummy. I took them to work and they got a big thumbs up, They do spread quite a bit so I started off with big ones and they got smaller as they went. It makes a lot of cookies and they bake real quick so watch you don't burn them. the ganache on one side was a nice extra. We liked them and so did the girls at work. Thanks for a good recipe. Made for RSC#15

Tea Jenny March 06, 2010

I liked the granola in them and the topping made them look really nice. A really nice cookie and one of my favorites in the contest, not my personal winner, but it is a 5 star recipe anyways, i loved them. I liked the idea how you made a drop cookie look beautiful, i am going to make these a lot i guess. Congratulations to this delicious creation and good luck for the contest.

Iceland March 06, 2010