Chocolate-Dipped Cranberry Cookies
Total TimePrep: 25 min. Bake: 15 min./ batch + cooling
Instead of Cranberries I added Maraschino Cherries n PineApple to Mine. Drained of Course. ????
Has anyone tried freezing them after baking? I was hoping to bake then freeze for a few weeks, then defrost and dip in the chocolate and nuts before serving. Thanks!!
I was looking for a colourful addition to the holiday cookie collection and these caught my eye. The chocolate and bit of nuts help to offset the tartness of the cranberries. I didn't blot the cranberries at all and added them into the mixer to crush a bit more of the colour into the batter. They turned out to be a beautiful colour and the cookies are nice and tender. A definite "make again" for the holidays.
These cookies are great! The first time I made them the cookies didn't come out pink, but I learned that if you don't fully dry the cranberries, the juice from the cranberries turn the cookie the pink color. These have become a Christmas cookie tray favorite!
I just tried these for my xmas cookie tray and they are awesome. Didn't turn out pink but that would be a matter of adding food coloring. Just the right amout of tart with the sweet. Will make again
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These cookies tasted good, but did not come out pink - what false advertisement!! I will make them again but will color them.
I used butter flavored Crisco and dried cranberries (chopped) because that's what I had on hand. They turned out very yummy. I haven't tried them dipped in chocolate yet. I'm sure they will be very pretty! It was fun to tint the dough pink! Fun & easy cookie that I will make again!
these were awesome just the right amount of sweet!
I made these cookies and they did not have the pink color of the recipe. Also, I had to flatten the cookies before baking. They took about 5 minutes longer to bake than the recipe called for.