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These cookies were a total success I made them for my daughter's birthday party and they were gone in no time!

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May I Have That Recipe February 18, 2014

These are really good... I've been on a quest to make homemade nutella lately, so I've got several batches made up that the kids didn't like. I used them in this recipe and the kids went nuts (heh. No pun intended.) I left out the nuts in the recipe because we don't like crunch in our cookies, but otherwise they are great. Didn't bother to chill... baked for 11 minutes and they were fine.

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prvrbs31gal January 04, 2012

These were wonderful and moist. I'll add this recipe to my list of nutella favorites.

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Schooter February 01, 2011

It was interesting and light compared to a regular chocolate crinkle cookie. I didn't have any hazelnuts so I left them out but next time I would add them in for a nice texture. I veganized them and they turned out very well.

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Xanthia January 10, 2009

These were the perfect addition to my cookie gift plates this year! They were a big hit with a Nutella-loving friend. I didn't have time to chill the dough, and I ended up with exactly 4 dozen cookies. I don't think it really affected anything by not chilling--the first batch was a little too doughy at 8 minutes, so if you don't have time to chill the dough, 11 minutes worked out nicely for me. Hazelnuts might be a little pricey, but they really make this cookie complete!

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Lengara December 14, 2008

I'm a really good cook and baker. Mine turned out like mini bricks. Where did I go wrong.

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helenkeenan November 24, 2008

Oh yeah! These are da bomb! Like you, I just used walnuts as hazelnuts are sooooo expensive. I also did not roll them in the nuts before baking, I just used powdered sugar and they were fine. My family says MORE!!!

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Snicklefritzie January 15, 2008

Fantastic cookies! I love nutella and these are one of my new favorite nutella treats! They were fun for the kids to make too - they got to roll them in the powdered sugar. I did not bother to roll them in the hazelnuts. The nutella in combination with the hazelnuts in the dough was plenty. Like you, I had to bake them for 14-15 minutes to get them to set up in the center.

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HollyGolightly November 26, 2007

Hi! Great cookies! I made these for Valentine's and everybody loved it! Thanks

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eloisapuente February 19, 2007

I am still on the fence about these little goodies. I thought they were good, but could be better. I blame myself. I had only a jar of Trader Joe's spread and it is NOT the same as Nutella. I would make these again with Nutella. Also, I too had to bake about 15 minutes. These cookies do not spread very much. Oh, I skipped the rolling in hazelnuts, and after tasting, I think that would have been too much anyway. Thanks for the recipe.

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beth December 13, 2006
Nutella Crinkle Cookies