5 Reviews

I saw this recipe when you posted it in CC and couldn't wait to make them last night. This is my new favorite cookie recipe! The raspberry and white chocolate flavors are wonderful together. I agree with your comment that they're "very addicting". I did have a problem with my first batch sticking to the baking sheet, but after greasing the sheets, the cookies came up with no problem. Thanks for sharing the recipe!

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Dreamgoddess April 20, 2011

I wouldn't say mine came out quite like a dupe of the subway cookies, but these are indeed fantastic. They aren't quite like that chewy factory cookie taste you get from the Subway ones. They are a bit fluffier, and I think I like them better than way.<br/>Only problem is mine were only left in for 10 minutes and some of them burned. So I'd recommend keeping an eye on them after 8-9 minutes. Even with the burnt bottoms they are still addictive and I can't stop eating them.

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Gina S. April 10, 2014

Very disappointing. These were like flat muffins. Not chewy-cookie-like at all. They did have a nice flavor and were perfectly shaped cookies, they just had the texture of muffins and not cookies.

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Katie B. September 23, 2013

Yes these are almost identical to Subways! Well done! but instead of macadamia nuts i used hazelnuts and they were simply outstanding! Thanks for the recipe!

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Becca917 July 31, 2011

These are very yummy cookies. They are very light and crispy. The flavor is spot on for a Subway clone. The texture is different. The Subway ones are thick and chewy. These taste fabulous. I prefer them fresh out of the oven.

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*Z* April 25, 2011
Raspberry Cheesecake Cookies