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    These are not scones as the rest of the world knows them...I just call them Utah scones. They're basically like frybread, sopapillas, elephant ears... Delicious and completely unhealthy. This recipe includes my slightly 'healthy' ingredients--not that it actually makes them healthy, but you at least feel slightly better about eating them =) Best served with honey, jam, or the topping of your choice (some people like peanut butter, orange marmalade, powdered sugar, etc.).

    Recipe #350400

    If you're craving chocolate, these cookies are for you! Last night, I made them, modifying a recipe I had for chocolate chocolate chip cookies. A few notes: The baking time recommended is what I found worked for my oven, which is just above sea level. I find that my oven bakes things on the fast side, so you may have to adjust the time based on your own situation. Also, note that this recipe only makes 18 average size cookies--you may have to double this recipe for your purposes! Finally, preparation time can probably be reduced if you use an electric mixer. (I didn't, so the time listed is the time it took me to do everything by hand.)

    Recipe #131046


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