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Big-Batch Kris Kringle Cookies

Big-Batch Kris Kringle Cookies recipe
photo by:kraft
Kris Kringle, Santa, jolly ol' St. Nick…no matter what you call him, he is gonna love cookies studded with white chocolate, dried cranberries and pecans.
time
prep:
20 min
total:
31 min
servings
total:
6 doz. or 72 servings, 1 cookie each
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posted:
3/26/2006
I've made these for my fiance over and over again b/c he cant get enough of them. These cookies are the easiest to adjust to your own liking!
posted:
2/14/2006
I used these for Christmas and was pleasantly surprised at how good there are! Actually we ate warm cookies until they were almost gone! And these were the favorite of the gift boxes I gave. They will be made often, thank you!
posted:
2/6/2006
These are to die for. Our new favorite cookie!
posted:
2/4/2006
All my friends love this cookie. I substitue the BAKER'S Premium White Baking Chocolate with swirled semi-sweet & white chocolate morsels. This recipe is now my #1 favorite one.
posted:
1/29/2006
i loved this cookie!! instead of pecans i substituted walnuts. would definitely make this again.
posted:
1/10/2006
Made this recipe with a bunch of other holiday cookies and this was the favorite of the bunch!
posted:
1/9/2006
This sounds like a good recipe. I am wondering if anyone made this without the nuts. Did they have to adjust any of the other ingredients? <<< From Mary, Kraft Kitchens Expert ~ Nuts can be omitted from this recipe; other ingredients do not need to be adjusted. >>>
posted:
1/3/2006
Very good.My family really enjoyed them.Will make it again.
posted:
12/30/2005
Loved the taste. Made them for cookie exchange and did not give them away because they looked bad. The first batch burned. Baked the rest on lower heat and shorter time. Had trouble getting the middle done because the edges got to dark. Might try adjusting the ingredients.
posted:
12/28/2005
So, I halved the recipe and followed it exactly from there. The taste of the cookies was pretty good, but they spread WAY too much. The edges got burned on the first batch when only in the oven for 9 min. The next batch, I was able to save from burning by cooking at lower temp for less time, but still just too thin and too chewy. They did not look like the picture, and they fell apart easily.
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