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Chocolate-Candy Cane Cookies

Chocolate-Candy Cane Cookies recipe
photo by:kraft
The star of the cookie exchange just arrived: rich with cream cheese, drizzled with white chocolate and topped with crushed peppermint candies.
20 min
32 min
52 servings, 1 cookie each
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I agree with others... even after the "update" it is very difficult to work with this dough. It's too soft. If I made the candy canes big enough to be soft, they fell apart. IF I made them thin enough to stay together, they were too crunchy. I even kept cooling off the dough.
These were very easy to make, a soft cookie. I do have a hard time drizzling, so I actually dipped the curved part in the melted white chocolate, then put on the crushed peppermint candies. Looks like snow on top. I have them in the freezer to serve Christmas Eve.
They don't look like the picture. Fairly messy to make, and taste wise aren't that great either.
Tasted good but the dough was very hard to work with and they flattened out during cooking (they do NOT look like the pictures). I refrigerated the dough for about 2 hours and floured my hands before rolling out each cookie, which helped. I cooked them for 11 min at 400 and they crisped up better.
Make these every year and they are always a hit. I add a little peppermint extract to the dough, then I can decorate with anything, yet still have the chocolate and minty flavor.
The cookies had better taste after they sat a couple days. Broke easily as a cane shape.
This recipe was very easy to make and the dough was perfect for rolling into balls to form the candy canes. I made mine w/ half sweet & non-sugar chocolate squares and it was just fine. By the time you added the melted white chocolate & candy canes pieces, they were plenty sweet. Everyone enjoyed them!
These taste great but are so fragile they fall apart. I have a cookie jar full of pieces.No matter what I did they fell apart. Make as a drop cookie to get taste but don't try as candy canes
I made these for a cookie exchange and they were the hit of the party! They looked adorable - some people even (jokingly) accused me of buying them from a bakery! The cookies themselves are a little bland and could use some more flavor, but the chocolate drizzle and peppermint coating make them quite yummy.
LOVE these cookies! The recipe makes a lot and they actually get better over several days. We've made them in different shapes too, depending on the occasion. I use sprinkles as well as candy cane pieces.
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