Contest-Winning Chocolate Truffle Cookies
Total TimePrep: 25 min. + chilling Bake: 10 min./batch
Makesabout 4 dozen
The cookies came out pretty, I did refrigerate as suggested and they came out okay. I think I will keep my recipe that is similar, but yummier.
Amazing! If you love chocolate, you will love this cookie! My family members that just like cookies, and are not passionate about chocolate thought this cookie was good, but not amazing. Of course, they couldn't gobble them up any faster despite their claim. As a side note, I used mini chips and they rested in the refrigerator for closer to 36 hours than the 24 required.
MAYbe this cookie just wasn’t my type but I didn’t really care for them - I bake for a restaurant and they didn’t sell well either. They looked great though
I make this exact recipe every Christmas -- have to make a couple batches, because the first batch is gone before the 24th. I do differ on one thing, I roll the balls in powdered sugar before baking. Yummy!!!
Has anyone tried freezing the dough balls?
I followed the recipe exactly except that i used mini chocolate chips like someone had suggested and they came out great. They are very rich. They taste just like a molten lava cake. If you are a chocolate lover these are for you!
Not sure what happened, I double checked the recipe, but they came out like cow pies,good if you live on a farm. They tasted great but they looked nasty, they spread all over the pan and need more baking time. Any suggestions.
Excellent but I needed to cook them a little longer in my oven.
I've been making these for about 18 years and adore them. They've won me huge ribbons in fairs and made me a very happy chocolate eater. Friends request them often and I'm known for my "serious chocolate cookies." I always use mini chocolate chips and am much happier with the results. They're absolutely wonderful and my favorite cookie ever!