Chocolate-Mint Truffle Cookies
Total TimePrep: 25 min. Bake: 10 min./batch + cooling
Makesabout 2-1/2 dozen
I am a chocolate lover, but these were even "too much" for me :(Will not make these again.
These are delicious. I didn't make any changes to the recipe. My son asks for them at Christmas time. They got great reviews at a Christmas party last year too.
I made them just last week and gotta make more already! So good!!
Absolutely delish!The one change I made because the cookies came out sooooo sweet, wa to dust the cookies after baking and while warm with a combination of white confectioners sugar and baking cocoa. Not as festive in appearance but still entirely delicious.
Wow! These were good! I doubled the batch and made them for my cookie exchange. I'm going to make them again for our Christmas open house party. They are not only great to eat but very pretty.
Very good, smelled so good while cooking that i had to refrain from eating them!
This is going into my Christmas Cookie file for future use--wonderful cookie
I've got to try these they look so good
I live in MD, and they turned out flat here too. I wasn't sure they were done, either, because they seemed quite mooshy on the inside. Maybe it was the candy, but I did leave them in a little longer. Also, I was trying for a GS Thin Mint look, so i started with only TSP size drops. Despite going flat and not looking like the recipe, they were more in line with what I was looking for. Haven't dipped them yet...that's this morning's project. Also, I'd skip the andes and just go with more mint extract if I were going to make this easier next time.
I know this was almost a year ago that you posted this and I didnt see any responses. When I first moved to Colorado I didn't take into consideration the altitude so did not adjust my recipe and all of my cookies came out flat too. That's the only reason I can think of that they would be flat! That's my 2 cents. Good Luck!!! Sue