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BAKER'S ONE BOWL Chocolate Bliss Cookies

BAKER'S ONE BOWL Chocolate Bliss Cookies recipe
photo by:kraft
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:
10/18/2009
Took to Cub Scout Meeting. Nothing left of them to bring home.
posted:
9/12/2009
These cookies were a big hit at my monthly bunco night. EVERYONE waned the recipe! These cookies are rich, but great for a gathering of any kind.
posted:
9/8/2009
Really rich!
posted:
8/31/2009
The recipe calls for far too many nuts. It was more like nuts covered in chocolate. They couldn't even cook right and they looked NOTHING like the picture.
posted:
8/27/2009
you really think they would be sweeter...
posted:
8/4/2009
I have made these cookies twice now once at Christmas, and again today. I use the mini morsels instead of the squares. Works great and everyone loves them.
posted:
7/29/2009
These cookies are delicious. Will make them again
posted:
3/16/2009
These cookies were wonderful! I will continue to make over and over.
posted:
3/15/2009
These cookies were DELICIOUS! They were rich and very good. I melted the full 8 squares of Bakers chocolate that the recipe calls for HOWEVER, I only roughly chopped about 3 1/2 squares of Bakers chocolate to put INTO the recipe - it seemed like too much chocolate for me - and they turned out perfect! I didn't change any other measurements.
posted:
2/6/2009
I noticed several complaints about the cookie being dry or runny. Measurements and substitutions do make a difference. I have to substitute non-wheat flour in deserts, which can cause things to be crumbly. After quite a few mis-starts, I have been having very good luck with substitutions. Peanuts and walnuts do not measure and mix one to one. Walmuts tend to produce a softer cookie than peanuts. I substitute chopped pecans frequently for walnuts. My cookies remained soft, after cooling. If you like dark chocolate (60% or more), you will like this cookie. If you are a milk chocolate lover, this one may be too strong. I love dark chocolate! I really like this cookie.
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