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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:
12/23/2004
I'M NOT SURE WHAT I DID. I FOLLOWED THE DIRECTIONS EXACTLY AND CHECKED THEM TWICE!!! YET SOMEHOW THEY TURNED OUT NAUGHTY AND NOT NICE! THEY ALL SORT OF SPREAD INTO A SOMEWHAT BROWNIE TYPE THIN CHEWY BAR. ANYWAY, IF ANYONE HAS ANY SUGGESTIONS, I'D SURE APPRECIATE THE HELP! THANX!
posted:
12/21/2004
i made these for work's cookie exchange. my co-workers loved the "2-biter" size! b/c they are "2-biters", these are also perfect as coffee break snacks, 2 cookies per cup of coffee. only problem - i read the recipe b4 starting but never actually saw the words CHILL 2 HOURS. whoops!
posted:
12/20/2004
It really was too dry of a cookie for my family. (Just the kind of cookie that doesn't have a doughy middle and you HAVE to have a glass of milk at the same time.) I found digging the scoops of cookie dough really pretty difficult and putting the candy cane on so it would stay a chore.
posted:
12/20/2004
My daughter made these for a cookie exchange at my work- everyone loved them. We are making sure she is home from college next year when we schedule the cookie exchange. Even my picky-eater son loved the cookies.
posted:
12/19/2004
Easy to make. Pepermint on top make it festive looking and add a kick to it! Though it's easier to eat and sticks better if they are small chunks or powdery.
posted:
12/19/2004
cookies were great, candy canes on top were a little hard to eat, so we put them in blender and made a pwder that was much better. thought next time just mix with dough and bake.
posted:
12/16/2004
The cookies are wonderful, soft and moist, but candy canes were hard for the kids to eat. Very easy to make. We're going to try again without candy canes and put a little bit of peppermint extract in the dough.
posted:
12/16/2004
This is a very easy and tasty cookie recipe; it wasn't dry at all but nice and moist (be careful not to overbake!). Everyone loved it!
posted:
12/16/2004
Loved the cookies! Hardest part is getting the clephane off the candy canes. Also difficult to keep all the candy on the cookies some but wonderful. A big success! Will surely make again!Sharon in Montana
posted:
12/15/2004
Picture of cookies looks great and recipe was easy to make, BUT the cookies did not taste very good! They were dry and not very flavorful. Made first batch and threw the dough away after tasting them.
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