These Chocolate Chip Holiday Tea Cakes are for all the chocolate fans out there! This variation of the beloved holiday cookie incorporates chocolate chips inside as well as melted chocolate drizzled on top.
by p. pearl
, stockton, CA on Mar. 2010
i made this and it turn out very good i think you should try this so what or you waiting for lol give it a try
by A. Angela
, Amarillo, TX on Mar. 2010
I made these at Christmas and they just melt in your mouth! Will definitely make them again!
by D. Delfina
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Gave these away as gift for my friends. They raved at how festive and how much time I put into them. NO time at all! Easy, very good and they get raved reviews.
by C. CHERYL
, Eastlake, OH on Jan. 2010
I love this recipe!
It's easy to make, and delicious as well as attractive to the eye!
So lovely and delicious!
by S. Steph
, Cottage Grove, MN on Dec. 2009
These were so lovely and delicious! They really do taste like an absolute mix between a Chocolate Chip Cookie and a Russian Tea Cake. They were easy to make and are sure to go into rotation for our holiday cookies.
by B. Betsy
, Oakdale, PA on Dec. 2009
my family loves these cookies. I tried a variation and now have 2 different cookies on my tray. Instead of drizzling chocolate, I rolled in powdered sugar as soon as taken from oven...then rerolled when they cooled. Both are loved by family
Simple and Elegant
by D. Debbie
, Blackstone, MA on Dec. 2009
These cookies are simply the best..and they are so simple to make, yet they look like it took you hours. I have been baking a batch every night for the past 3 nights, family and friends love them. They make a really great gift. I do suggest you use the mini chips, I also chose pecans as my chopped nut to put in. Will be making a few more batches before Christmas.
my dad's favorite
by L. LORI
, Defiance, OH on Dec. 2009
these are a huge hit at my families christmas party. my dad eats them as fast as i can make them. they melt in your mouth. you always have to eat some fresh out of the oven. OUTSTANDING!
by V. Vera
, Penn Yan, NY on Dec. 2009
I use the mini chocolate chips,instead of the regular. These are one of my family's favorites!
favorite holiday cookie
by J. Jen
, oregon on Oct. 2009
Growing up my mother would always make about 6 different cookies during Christmas time. I always told her that these were the only ones she HAD to make. I looked forward to December every year just for these.
Melting chocolate is the only cooking you'll do for this smooth and creamy chocolate pie. A great holiday pie without the hassle!
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