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Big-Batch Kris Kringle Cookies

Big-Batch Kris Kringle Cookies recipe
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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.
20 min
31 min
6 doz. or 72 servings, 1 cookie each
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So easy! Just throw all the ingredients together and it makes a ton of cookies. It is a great cookie to take to a Cookie Exchange - different, yet looks festive and won't fall apart. I substituted white choc chips for the chopped chocolate to make it easier still. Easy for kids to help with too.
I was invited to a Cookie Exhange and needed 14-dz cookies. II thought the recipe sounded fairly easy. tripled the recipe - which yields 16-dz cookies. AND I used walnuts in the place of pecans. Not only was the recipe GREAT! The Kris Kringle took 1st place.... Definately a keeper.....
This recipe was good, but not fantastic. I used white chips for the chopped chocolate and slivered almonds for the pecans. I was hoping for a "plumper" cookie, mine ended up like pancakes instead. Oh, well...the trials of baking ;0D
Great cookies, followed recipe exactly & added 2 (1.5 oz each) boxes raisins to dough. Taking to family get together for Thanksgiving! Will use in the near future too! My family and I love them! Thanks Kraft this is a keeper.
I thought that it didn't have much favor in them
my family loved them
I didn't have very good luck with these. Although the taste was good, the dough seemed a little unstable to me. I had to throw out the first pan full, reduce the temperature for the others and cook them slower. I believe I followed the recipe correctly, however, even great cooks make mistakes. :)
Very good and quite easy. I used large plump raspberry flavored raisens.
Sounds awsome, I made Thanksgiving cookies today, and I'm going to make these tomorrow. Will let you know how we loved them. We're having our Thanksgiving early, this Saturday the 12th.
well it sounds like good recipe except I would not put in the nuts because my husband and sister doesn't like them and I would replace the dried cranberries with dried cherries
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