Chewy Maple Cookies
Total TimePrep/Total Time: 30 min.
This cookie caught my attention as soon as I seen the recipe. I think it is very good. I did add a little more flour to the recipe along with some chopped walnuts. You can't go wrong with this one. Chewy on the inside and crispy around the edges. Loved it. :)
I admit it, I am quite picky when it comes to cookies and this one lost out with me. I thought with two of my favorite descriptives in front of cookie, chewy and maple, this had to be a winner. Not so much.
Delicious! I did change some things though. I cut down the amount of brown sugar to 1/2 cup (next time will try 1/3), used coconut oil in place of the shortening, added oatmeal in place of the flaked coconut and added a couple handfuls for raisins. Great base recipe!! We have an abundance of maple syrup and am always looking for good recipes to use it in!
Oh, my goodness! These are awesome!!!!!!
Absolutely fabulous without any changes
I tweaked it a little - I used butter and added another 1/4 cup flour. It still looked too wet so I added a good handful of oats and a handful of chopped walnuts. These spread out quite a bit - it was a flat, but chewy, delicious cookie. I may play around with it a little more next time (maybe 2 cups flour?) and put some pecans in (I love cookies with nuts). Overall, a keeper recipe and good flavor! Oh, and use real maple syrup!
A fall favorite. The cookie is delicious with coconut and I wouldn't dream of changing the recipe.
Delicious cookies. However, I'm very much against using shortening so I used non-hydrogenated margarine or butter and increased the flour to 1 3/4 c.Worked well. I've made these cookies a few times. We produce our own maple syrup so I like recipes that use it!
I made these cookies for thanksgiving and had high hopes based on the previous review (I also used Oatmeal instead of the coconut) The dough is VERY sticky and the cookies are very soft and moist but I di not care for the texture, they were kinda gummy. They were not a hit and I will not be making these again. :(
I wanted to make these cookies for my son, but we didn't have any coconut so I substituted a cup of quick cooking oats. What a delightful outcome! If you can stand to wait until the next day after baking, you will be rewarded with a heightened maple flavour in these cookies. My cookies didn't come out as flat as the ones in the photo and this recipe made only 2 dozen cookies. That could be due to the scoop I used which was 4 teaspoons in volume. I just love these cookies. The best part for me is that they are not super sweet. Definitely a make-againer!