Chocolate Bites

"A recipe I tried and was very good. It's from Jean Paré."
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Ready In:
5 dozens




  • Cream the butter and sugar. Add egg while beating. Add milk, cocoa and vanilla and stir.
  • Combine flour, baking powder, salt and add to the first mixture. Add also the nuts if wanted. Stir well.
  • Pour the dough with a spoon in a greased baking sheet. Bake in preheated oven of 375 F for 10 to 12 minutes.

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  1. Chocolatl
    Nice soft texture, and very chocolaty. I used a jumbo egg. I didn't add nuts, but next time I might. I think these would be good dusted with Recipe #419797 . Made for Sweet Traditions tag.
  2. Dreamer in Ontario
    Yummy! I made this as written omitting the nuts. I did end up with 5 dozen, much to my surprise since I rarely end up with the number of cookies a recipe states. Made for Holiday Tag.
  3. Deantini
    MMMMMmmmm; these are like a little piece of chocolate cake, but smaller and you don't feel quite so sinful. They were a snap to make. I got 4 dozens instead of 5; which could be because I did not add nuts. They popped quite a bit, almost double and could be made a bit smaller and then I would probably get to the 5 dozens. Made for 'went to the market'. Thanks for sharing
  4. seesko
    These are to simple to make and with ingredients I had in the house. I left out the nuts for the sake of the kiddos and added some chocolate frosting for that extra chcolate kick. Thanks for a very simple treat that my family will enjoy all week long.
  5. Business M.
    I just pulled these out of the oven and I love them! I avoided the nuts and added milk-chocolate chips instead. Super gooey and rich! I baked for 10 minutes, then checked with a toothpick. Baked for 2 more minutes and one pan was a little over-done, but the other pan is just right. Even the over-done ones are good, but the just-right ones are great! Yum yum


  1. Mami J
    Very basic but very good recipe. I added pecans to mine and had to substitute 1/4 cup of the cocoa powder for some grated milk chocolate, hence the lighter color.Will make many more times!! And maybe I'll add some toasted almonds next time.


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