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Definitely easy and quick to make. I ended up with 16 biscuits from the mix. I would suggest a cooking time of 20 minutes or even less would be better. Mine baked for slightly over the 20 minute mark and a few ended up slightly charred around the edges. Nice crunchy texture as you'd expect from a cookie. Made for Aussie / Kiwi Swap May 2013.

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Kiwi Kathy May 05, 2013

Made these as given in the recipe & had no problem with them being too hard, since they did go right from the oven directly onto a buffet where they were devoured within about 20 minutes, so . . . ! Absolutely wonderful, but then that observation does come from a confirmed chocoholic! Thanks for this simple recipe that makes a great tasting treat! [Tagged & made in Please Review My Recipe]

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Sydney Mike December 13, 2010

The DS took these to recreation music group where they were enjoyed. I got 9 biscuits out of the mix and baked at 175C fan forced oven for 18 minutes with some just getting a bit too dark around the edge. I used a 86% cocoa chocolate and would highly recommend using a high cocoa content chocolate which is why I think my first batch was a dismal failure due to using everyday chocolate. Thank you Noo, made for Please Review My Recipe.

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I'mPat April 22, 2009

Very simple and a test run for our newly-acquired kitchen gram scale! Our batch seems pretty heavy and hard after cooling but tastes great and may soften overnight based on experience with similar recipes. Made for Photo Tag Nov. 2008.

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Lavender Lynn November 26, 2008
Simple Chocolate Biscuits