Kiwi Cookies

"Haven't tried these yet but they sound yummy!! =)"
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  • Combine butter and sugar until creamy.
  • Add milk, and stir.
  • Add baking powder and flour and combine until just mixed.
  • Add chocolate chips and mix all together.
  • Roll dough into balls (golfball size or smaller) and place on an ungreased cookie sheet.
  • Press down with fork tines.
  • Bake in a moderate over at 350 and remove when the bottoms become golden brown.
  • Makes approximately 14-16 cookies.

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  1. ctayfor
    I'm a Kiwi who likes these light chocolate chip bickies (cookies to you North American types). Nobody said there were any kiwifruit in it!
  2. ltdsaloon16r
    These are very similar to my chocolate chippie recipe, and one of my favourites. (a NZ recipe) I would like to mention that the name Kiwi in this recipe probably refers to Kiwis being the New Zealanders are commonly known that here, and not kiwifruit the fruit.
  3. duke1981
    There is NO kiwi in recipe! These are chocolate chip cookies - no fruit ingredients listed!


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