By Queen of Everything on December 18, 2005
"Made these for my cookie swap this year. Delish!"
Serving Size: 1 (60 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 12
"yummy, but way too much work. Next time, I would make these as regular drop cookies, and put a dallop of nutella on top prior to baking - no rolling, cutting, filling, etc."
"yummy! the nutella is subtle but deff. a wonderful punch of taste. mine came out pretty well, im making more for chirstmas presents, and will post pictures of that batch. while slightly time consuming pretty easy when you get to it. thank you for posting!"
"These cookies look lovely and taste great; however, the cutting, filling, and icing take quite awhile. If you are looking for a quick cookie recipe this is not the one."
"The cookies tasted great. However, lots of prep time and the whole icing them with the chocolate chips thing took much longer than I had hoped."
"These are wonderful. Easy to make! and oh so yummy!"
"soo easy and a tasty cookie. I didn't do the drizzle because the kids ate them too fast."
"Wow - I made my own cookie dough, and these got rave reviews from the incredibly picky husband. What a great use for Nutella! I think my original few rounds were a bit thick, and there was too much cookie compared to the Nutella. I rolled out the cookie dough a bit more though, and they were perfect! Thanks for the recipe!"
"My kids loved these! I used homemade sugar cookie dough and I didn't even drizzle with the chips. I made up a dozen and the rest I froze up for future. Thank you!"
"OMG...I am in cookie heaven. I chose this for PAC and so glad I did! My only regret is not having a photo of my finished product. These are adorable and delicious!I took both the nutella and cookie dough out for the fridge and let them stand for a bit. I did flour my cutting board and pin and rolled the cookie dough out. I used different glasses to get different sizes. I also wanted to light dust them with powdered sugar but did not have any. This is a great recipe and so fun. Thanks for posting. "