These cookies come together in a snap since it uses refrigerated cookie dough.
Chocolate Dipped Almond Cookies
by B. Beth
, Woodbury, MN on Dec. 2009
Very Kid Friendly!! Using NESTLÉ® TOLL HOUSE® Refrigerated Sugar Cookie Bar Dough makes it so quick and clean to prepare. And then watching the kids dip them into the NESTLÉ® TOLL HOUSE® Semi-Sweet Chocolate Morsels and try to keep the chocolate on the cookies and not there faces is about the messiest this recipe gets.
Besides, while making them with kids may make your prep time a little bit longer, but this is one case where taking a bit longer is so rewarding! This recipe gets the "Kids Approval" of 5 Chocolate Chips!
chocolate dipped almond cookies
by e. elaine
, Little Falls, NJ on Sep. 2008
MMMM!!! These cookies are soooo good. Very easy to make. Excellent for everyday treats. Great for bake sales too!
by K. Katrina
, CAMBY, IN on Jan. 2007
Looks pretty and taste great and is a nice accompaniment to hot tea or hot chocolate. A great cookie to serve at a ladies luncheon. Also makes a great cookie for cookie swaps and/or gift giving.
fast & easy
by E. Elizabeth
, SEBRING, OH on Oct. 2006
These are great for something quick and fast, when you don't have time to do from scratch!!
Easy and Good
by M. Maggie
, Taylor, MI on Sep. 2006
These are very easy, and very tasty.
chocolate dipped almond bars
by J. Jeanette
, WEST JORDAN, UT on Sep. 2006
These are wonderful family just loved them and request me to make more all the time.
quick and easy
by T. Tesia
, EASTHAMPTON, MA on May. 2006
These are great. I just made them for Mother's Day with my daughter. It was fun and easy and delicious.
choc dipped almond cookies
by M. Michelle
, CRANBERRY TWP, PA on Mar. 2006
i loved these , they were so easy to make and i had fun i made them with my son, special times in the kitchen with kids
Tasty and easy to make
by L. LAURA
, SAINT LOUIS PARK, MN on Jan. 2006
Very easy recipe. Couldn't get any easier. The presentation makes them seem so much harder to make. Great addition to a holiday cookie tray.
by G. GEORGINE
, GREENVILLE, ME on Jan. 2006
Try shaping the cookie as a half moon crescent and then dip. You can also omit the almonds and make them plain, dip in chocolate and add colored sprinkles on them. Kids loves to make them. We held a Chocolate Festival and this cookie went over very well.
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