Slimmer Chocolate Crinkle-Top Cookies are a slimmed down version of a favorite cookie.
by W. Wanda
, OAKHURST, CA on Nov. 2005
May be slimmer but it still good!!!
by B. Betty
, Medina, Ohio on Oct. 2005
I have been making these for years. However, the first year I made them was almost the last! The dough did become very gooey & so difficult to work with! I have found a way that is not so messy. Scoop out a spoonfull of dough, drop into bowl of powdered sugar and roll around in the sugar. Now take the dough & roll ino ball. It rolls so much easier & without all the gooey mess!!!
by k. kym
, peachland, BC on Jan. 2003
These are really good, but I had a heck of a time making balls with the chocolate dough to roll in the icing sugar(messy).Was this not right? Maybe there is a better technique. They're pretty good tasting cookies though!
Review for Slimmer Chocolate Crinkle-Top Cookies
by A. Amy
, CT on Apr. 2002
We love these cookies!
Our family has been making them for years and we always get wonderful reviews on them. A must for the holiday's.
by J. Jenny
, Cincinnati, OH on May. 2001
My family LOVES these cookies.
However, because I misread
the recipe the first time I used it,
I use 10 tablespoons of butter
rather than 6. Of course this adds
a lot of fat, but we think they taste
better. Also, I roll the cookies
in granulated rather than powdered sugar.
This makes for a very sweet, but
Chocolate cake mix, evaporated milk and caramels make these the most moist and tender brownies this side of paradise. Add chocolate chips and chopped nuts and you'll think you've already arrived!
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These individually-sized dessert cups are handy for entertaining.