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Mint Chocolate Truffle Cookies

Mint Chocolate Truffle Cookies recipe
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Made with crushed candy canes, these Mint Chocolate Truffle Cookies would make a nice, pepperminty addition to your annual holiday cookie exchange.
time
prep:
15 min
total:
2 hr 27 min
servings
total:
22 servings, 2 cookies each
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posted:
12/31/2006
This cookie is chocolate heaven !!! Very moist, and the mint just made it even better. They were enjoyed by everyone I shared them with.
posted:
12/29/2006
I made these for a cookie swap and everyone thought they were very yummy! I was pleasantly surprised how moist they were on the inside (even after a few days of storage). I will definately make these again.
posted:
12/27/2006
I made this recipe for a cookie swap and got rave reviews. This was easy to make and easy to scoop out and bake as well. The hardest part is getting the crushed candy canes on top! A fun festive treat that others will certainly enjoy!
posted:
12/23/2006
These are okay. I didn't use the candy canes since I don't like them but the cookies themselves are fine. My children think they're really good. They are easy to make but I did have to let the dough sit for an hour after pulling it out of the refrigerator just so I could work with it. Overall, it's a decent cookie.
posted:
12/16/2006
This was very simple to make and turns out delicious! I let the dough refrigerate over night so the only suggestion I would make is let the dough sit out for about 30 min. so it can soften enough to easily roll into balls.
posted:
12/14/2006
This recipe was great! Followed the advice regarding the addition of mint (pulverized candy). I also used a melon-ball tool to shape cookies, instead of rolling by hand. Baking for 10 minutes worked best for me as far as getting the candy to stick to the top of the cookies.
posted:
12/14/2006
It was a good cookie for the swap. I wound up baking them for 9 minutes, adding the crushed candy cane then putting it back in the oven for another minute so the candy would stay on.
posted:
12/13/2006
Though the recipe was followed to the letter, after baking. the cookies flattened to thin, lacy-edged disks. To transfer each in one piece from the cookie sheet to the cooling rack was a daunting task. No way did these cookies resemble those firm puffy cookies in the recipe's accompanying photograph. Never again!
posted:
12/11/2006
These cookies are the best! My whole family loved them. I made them for my husband's x-mas party at work and I ended up having to run to the store for more after my kids tried them. Make sure not to overcook them. If you take them out when the tops first look done the candy sticks better and the centers are gooey.
posted:
12/5/2006
Try adding peppermint extract to these gooy chocolate cookies for that extra peppermint flavor burst.
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