8 Reviews

This is a tough call... I can honestly break my review down like this: Taste 5 stars Ease 4 stars Appearance 1 star My muffin tin is non-stick, but only 2 came out intact. Intact they looked like a mini-muffin that didn't fully rise. The texture seemed undecided (I know - I'm weird) like it was a conglomeration of a cookie and candy trying to pass off as a muffin! I even tried rolling the dough around the Rolo and baking it on a sheet which helped, but then it just melded together to make a very rich gooey cookie. For ease I only gave it 4 stars because I didn't like having to unwrap the Rolo's! All in all, just not for me but might be good for a youngster to make. Thanks young Dorn for sharing and keep on trying new things - just like your Mom!!!!

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1TexasLizard December 16, 2002

Easy solution. Bake the cookie dough without inserting the rolo. As soon as they come out of the oven sink one rolo into each cookie. The cookies stays together and does the rolo.

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Pabbit March 07, 2004

Definately tasty.....just not the most intact cookies that I have tasted or seen.. Very gooey in the center, and that was being cooked for 12 minutes.

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Piper Thompson January 28, 2004

I like it BUT it stuck to the pan. My family really liked it. The rolo sunk to the bottom.

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High school musical fan! September 22, 2006

this recipe was very good! i modified it slightly by using white chocolate macadamia cookie dough and rolos and chocolate chip dough and reese's peanut butter cups. i made for a friend's grandson's bris and they were a hit!!!

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mandabears April 02, 2006

The ease of the cookies for me were 5 stars, I just took a tbsp of the dough placed the rolo in the middle and rolled it into a ball and baked. I didnt like the end result, the caramel center was hard like toffee. I was expecting ooey gooey.Thanks for the recipe.

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chef FIFI March 12, 2005

I did a little experiment with these cookies....mmmmm. They turned out wonderful. I actually just put my hands in some flour to make the dough more managable in my hands, and rolled the dough around the rolo itself. THen put in on a cookie sheet and let it bake. This made about 3 dozen, if i remember correctly...they were gone too quick! The result was great, and I had friends asking me for the recipe! LOL Thanks for such a simple idea!

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~*Miss Diggy*~ September 24, 2003
Rolo Cookies