My variation on this which I use to make Christmas cookies for presents most years replaces the "chunk" package of Baker's chocolate and the nuts with 1 cup chocolate chips (I use Hershey's Special Dark) and 1 cup something cherry flavored (I started using an imitation cherry chip, but one year I couldn't find any more, I usually do half and half between 2 ingredients. This year I did 1/2 cup Cherry flavored Craisens and 1/2 cup Toll House Cherry Flavorfulls.) Also add 1/4 tablespoon cherry flavoring.
These are awesome cookies. My kids want them made again very soon, so these will be in the cookie jar again soon! Thanks for sharing!
I have not tried this recipe. The copy I got is slightly different. It calls for 1 tsp vanilla and 2 c chopped walnuts. The rest is the same. Thanks for posting. Christine (internetnut)
My daughter used this recipe in a Girl Scout bake-off when she was in second grade and won her division. This year she is entering them in the fair. They are easy enough for s second grader to make (supervised) and yummy enough to win competitions.
So easy and delicious! They almost had the textrure of brownies! I love the glossy sheen they have when they come out of the oven. YUM!
THESE ARE AWESOME!!! The recipe i used was also from baker's. The only difference is instead of 2 packages of semi-sweet chocolate, you use I package and 1 package of chocolate chips. These are soooo easy to make and taste amazing-chocoholics beware! If you don't want to use nuts, increase the flour to 3/4 cups and omit the nuts.