Giant Graham Cracker Cookies With Giant Kiss

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  • Preheat oven to 325°.
  • Combine crumbs, flour, baking soda and salt.
  • With electric mixer at medium speed, cream butter and sugar until light and fluffy.
  • Add in egg and vanilla; mix well. Add dry mix slowly.
  • Drop 1/4 cupfuls onto baking sheets, about 3 per sheet.
  • Flatten lightly with your palm, press kisses into cookies.
  • Bake until edges are golden brown, about 15 minutes.
  • Cool on baking sheets for about 1 minute before transferring to wire racks.

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  1. These are great! I added some mini marshmallows to the batter to make s'mores cookies:) Perfect for the end of summer (and all those cravings!), but I'm sure I'll be making these again for my family...maybe next time I'll even share some with them!!! Thank you for the inspiration:)
  2. I used small tins to make this in as my daughter wanted to use them. good flavour.
  3. I had some leftover cinnamon graham crackers and this was a great way to use them up. Instead of using the kisses in the middle, I mixed semi-sweet chips into half of the mix. I also used a 2tbsp scoop and got about 2 dozen cookies. The flavor was good (I may actually use more graham crackers and less flour next time), but they baked up very crispy for me. They also spread a lot which I didn't mind, but there was no need to flatten before baking. I think I'll try adding an egg or more butter next time to get a softer consistency. Very tasty!
  4. These cookies are great! I didn't have regular graham crackers, so I used some Teddy Grahams to make my crumbs and it worked great. Good flavor - the graham crackers aren't overpowering and these would also be great with chocolate chips in them. They did spread quite a bit - I got 13 cookies from one batch. Next time I'll add a bit more flour so maybe they won't spread so much. Will be making again. Thanks for the post!
  5. These are awesome cookies! I really wish I would've doubled the recipe. ;) I made smaller cookies (about 1" balls) and left the kiss off. After about 10 minutes baking, I removed them and immediately pushed the kiss on top. I left them sit on the counter for about 5 minutes and then pressed a holiday marshmallow into the kiss, so they would have a s'mores taste. I got 30 cookies out of the batch. Thanks for the great recipe! (P.S. I tried pressing the marshmallow into the kisses that I actually baked with the cookie, but they don't melt!)


Hey there!~ My name is Crystal. I am 19,and living in Florida. I really love to cook,& bake all the time for my family.I just get so much enjoyment out of it! There is just something about the great aroma throughout the house when you bake something,creating special memories in the kitchen! A little more about me: I am a strict vegetarian,(almost vegan!,heh)but of course my whole family is not,so I cook just about anything! Other than cooking-I like to read,surf the net and create art. My favorite websites are: & (I'm wiccan) Of course,the Zaar has become my favorite website! I love how friendly the people are and how interactive this place is!
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