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Chocolate Bliss Macadamia Cookies

Chocolate Bliss Macadamia Cookies recipe
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These decadent drop cookies of chocolate dough studded with white chocolate chunks and macadamia nuts are sure to please chocolate lovers.
time
prep:
15 min
total:
28 min
servings
total:
About 3 doz. or 36 servings, one cookie each
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posted:
1/17/2009
I had to add more flour because the batter was far too thin to form any sort of ball. Even with the extra flour, the cookies still flattened out and burned. I managed to save some, but with the ingredients being as costly as they are, it was a shame to have to throw more than half the batch away.
posted:
12/20/2007
I love this recipe because it's easy to put together and i make it every year for Christmas and it's one of the best.
posted:
6/13/2006
These cookies were deliciously rich and chocolately. Sufficient for satisfying ANY chocolate craving! They are loaded with chocolate and are thick and chewy like brownies. (I don't even like brownies and these were WONDERFUL!)
posted:
1/19/2006
Amazing!!!! Everyone loved these cookies. They are so... soft, and chewy. People that I had become a professional.
posted:
12/27/2005
Well, the first time they came out really flat and I had to add about 1/2 cup more flour and 1/4 cup more sugar. Then they were really good!!The chocolate and the nuts with the white chunks of white chocolate.....Great recipie
posted:
12/26/2005
I got so many compliments on these cookies! They turned out to be delicious! However, I found that i needed just a little more flour than the recipe suggested. Walnuts also make a great substitute for the pecans.
posted:
12/20/2005
These are good and easy. They do tend to get crispy quickly, which causes them to lose some flavor. Overall they're popular.
posted:
12/16/2005
They really only make about 18 cookies and take longer to bake than stated in the recipe...but THESE ARE AMAZING. They truly taste gourmet. Everyone will ove them...kind of like brownies.
posted:
12/14/2005
The cookies tasted great. They didn't make as many as the recipe said they would. They also got hard quickly. I put them in with some other freshly baked goodies and they softened up. The expense of the nuts make these not an every day cookie. They were easy to make but I wouldn't suggest cooking them for as long as the recipe says to.
posted:
5/10/2004
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