These chocolate cut-out cookies are a nice contrast to the usual plain sugar cookies. Decorate them with your favorite frostings, designs and colors.
by N. Natashaj
, Maplewood , NJ on Jun. 2009
Though my cookies didn't come out like the picture, they taste great
Soft & Chewy
by J. Jan
, PLATTE CITY, MO on Apr. 2009
For those chocolate lovers out there, this is a softly flavored cookie that also remains soft and chewy no matter how long they stay on the counter. (which isn't very long) I made them up for Easter for give-away cookies, and received many compliments. Happy Baking!!!
by M. Michele
, MORENO VALLEY, CA on Apr. 2008
This recipe is great. I made this for the first time with my kids and they had a blast. I will definetly make these again.
Kids Love being creative with these!
by L. Lori
, RICHMOND, VA on Jan. 2006
I teach an after-school cooking enrichment class at a local grade school and my studetns had a blast with this recipe....it brought out all their creative strengths!
by J. Jackie
, NORTHRIDGE, CA on Mar. 2005
I LOVED this recipe. My son is allergic to eggs so it was the perfect treat to take to his preschool class for St. Patrick's Day. We love using cookie cutters for various holidays so we were thrilled to be able to use our new St. Paddy's Day shapes for this recipe. He proclaimed the cookies to be "deeelicious."
Decorated Chocolate Cut-Out Cookies
by T. Tammy
, STARKS, LA on Mar. 2005
SOOOGood!! We loved making them an really enjoyed eating them. A good recipe to keep.
by A. Alice
, STRONGSVILLE, OH on Mar. 2005
These are very good. We frosted some with the Old Fashioned Root Beer Frosting recipe from the Swapped Recipe section - really good, you just can't stack them to store.
by J. Janet
, kenosha, WI on Mar. 2005
These were a nice change from the usual sugar cookies expecially for all the chocolate lovers in my family.
by C. Carrie
, NEW ALBANY, IN on Feb. 2005
I make sugar cookie cutouts all the time. This was a nice change and my family really like them.
The kids love it
by j. joel
, FORT DODGE, IA on Feb. 2005
I love to watch the kids bake and then decorate things that they bake. It makes me feel good seeing them in the kitchen and smiling, laughing and having fun. That is until it is time to clean-up.....
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