Crescent Chip Cookies
Total TimePrep: 30 min. + chilling Bake: 10 min./batch + cooling
The base recipe worked ok as is. The cookie itself is soft and has a great flavor to it. That being said, there is entirely too much chocolate between the chips and dipping half the cookie into melted chocolate. It was pretty overwhelming and gross. I adjusted it and used just 1/2 cup of mini chips and rather than dunk the cookie, I lightly drizzled the glaze on top to give the walnuts something to stick to when sprinkled on. Much, much better reaction to this batch from the family. It took 10 minutes in my oven and yielded about 7 dozen. They freeze well. Taste and texture just like fresh baked once defrosted. Original recipe I give two stars, giving 5 stars based on my modifications
I was so looking forward to making these for Christmas, but was so disappointed in how they turned out. I've been baking for 30 years and I've never had cookies come out this badly. I baked them for about 10 min (the way the recipe called for) and they were not nearly done, but still very doughy. Ultimately, i ended up baking them for 20 min before they turned color. I was further disappointed when I bit into them to find them hard, as opposed to "melt in your mouth" taste. On top, it only yielded 4 dozen as opposed to 10 dozen; although, I don't think I'll have an issue with my family asking for more.I will not be baking these again and will take them off my recipe book.