Carol's Brownie Drops (Chocolate Cookies)
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- Ready In:
- Melt chocolate and butter over hot water. Cool.
- Beat eggs in mixer until foamy, (using a Kitchen Aide, use the regulat mixer, not the whisk), then add the sugar, two tablespoons at a time (it's 12 tablespoons, converted).
- Beat in mixer until it thickens, about 5 minutes.
- Blend in chocolate.
- Add flour, baking powder, salt and cinnamon.
- Stir in vanilla and nuts.
- Using a regular cereal spoon (about 2/3 of a tablespoon in quantity), drop the mix balls on to a greased cookie sheet.
- Bake in a pre-heated oven at 350 degrees for 8-10 minutes. The cookies should feel "set" when done.
- Cool slightly on sheet before storing/eating.
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I love these cookies. I have the original recipe torn from a magazine ad for I love these cookies. I have the recipe from a Germans Chocolate ad in a magazine. And my name is also Carol. So glad to see I can print this, because my old ad page is getting hard to read. I just baked a batch and hubby already ate 8.
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