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BAKER'S ONE BOWL Chocolate Bliss Cookies

BAKER'S ONE BOWL Chocolate Bliss Cookies recipe
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This is the most luscious, chocolatey cookie ever! The addition of peanut butter makes it even more decadent. A must try!
time
prep:
15 min
total:
28 min
servings
total:
30 servings, 1 cookie each
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posted:
9/21/2005
works best when batter is dropped by 1/8 cup--not by tsp or Tbsp!
posted:
6/7/2005
very dry and do not store well...i would maybe make these agian but i would make a few alterations...
posted:
2/13/2005
I maybe would make this again but with a few alterations. It was too sweet, i'd use less sugar. Would omit the 8 squares semsweet chocolate cut in chunks and use chocolate chips. They turned out rather flat and crumbled easily. Would more flour do the trick?
posted:
1/28/2005
it's a very good treat
posted:
1/25/2005
I make these cookies frequently. They are super easy to make and everyone loves them.
posted:
1/19/2005
I thought this was a great cookie and everyone loved it. I will be making this one from now on.
posted:
12/30/2004
These were soooo good!!I will be making these alot!
posted:
12/29/2004
I used the suggestion from tomali13 below and used the cherries instead of the walnuts. They were awesome. It is now my sisters favorite and my husband who does not like cherries even liked them. Thank you for the suggestion of the cherries!
posted:
12/17/2004
My sister and I made one batch with the walnuts and for a twist we decided to try it with dried cherries. We added 2 cups of chopped dried cherries instead of the walnuts and added 1/4 cup more flour. They were so good, that we will make them again.
posted:
12/14/2004
very sweet, easy to make. I used pecans instead of walnuts and pressed the top of the cookie into colored sprinkles before baking,just to add some festive color. Wonderful with a big, cold glass of milk.
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