Chocolate Chip Shamrocks are delicious cut-out cookies containing chocolate chips. These will make everyone's St. Patrick's Day special. Decorate them with green icing and sprinkles.
A little difficult.
by B. Becky
, Reading Pa on Mar. 2010
They were a little difficult to roll out. You definitely need a metal cookie cuter.
a crispy cookie
by D. Doretta
, Pittsburgh, PA on Mar. 2010
refrigerating the dough and placing the cutouts on a cool cookie sheet makes for crisper cookies.
Try add cookie chips later
by K. Kelly
, on Mar. 2010
I think you should add cookie dough later until you ready to bake it seem when I baked last St Paddy Day almost cracked I put all ingrediants in
by D. Dianna
, , Toledo, Ohio on Mar. 2010
I have made these twice for parties and they have been a big hit. Everyone loves them!!!
Chocolate Chip Shamrocks
by L. Lindi
, GARLAND, TX on Feb. 2010
I agree with others who stated it was difficult to roll out dough with the chips but I thought of holding off on adding the chocolate chips then just rolling out the dough before cutting out my shape. After doing that, I pressed in chocolate chips to my heart's content. It does take alittle longer but you can make sure that you have enough chips in every cookie rather than have more in some and less in others. Kids love to help push the chips into the dough so makes quite a kid pleaser!
Hubby & I combined
by R. Rosanne
, Rockford, IL on Feb. 2010
My husband Patrick was born on St.Patrick's Day. I am a chocoholic so this is a perfect dessert for his birthday that I can enjoy too.
by k. karen
, NORTHUMBERLAND, PA on Mar. 2009
I did not have any chocolate chips on hand,but did have butterscotch chips. So i used them and they turned out very good. my husband loved them.
by L. Layne
, Fremont, IN on Mar. 2009
Cut-out style chocolate chip cookies are a cute idea. Once baked they are cute and they do taste good. However, I agree with other reviewers who conclude that it is difficult to roll the dough and cut out the shapes because of the chips. Since drop chocolate chip cookies are less work and ALWAYS get raves, I'll continue to make them in the future when I want chocolate chip cookies. I'll save cut-out style cookies for regular sugar cookie dough. Due to the trouble the chips cause during dough rolling and cutting, I probably won't make this recipe again.
by N. Noreen
, Burlington, MA on Mar. 2009
I made these for my grandchildren and they loved them and want me to make more. The cookies are delicious.
DIFFICULT TO CUT OUT
by L. LYNN
, Encinitas, CA on Mar. 2009
I HAD A PROBLEM ROLLING OUT THE DOUGH, THEN DIFFICULTY USING THE COOKIE CUTTERS. I BELIEVE THE PROBLEM IS WITH THE CHOCOLATE CHIPS ALTHOUGH SMALL THE "NORMAL" CUTTERS WOULD NOT CUT THROUGH THE CHIPS, HAD TO USE AN OLD METAL CUTTER TO GET THROUGH THE DOUGH. I MAKE THOUSANDS OF COOKIES AND THIS WAS JUST TO MUCH WORK - THEY WERE VERY TASTY HOWEVER!
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