December 5, 2011

Cookie Week: Chocolate Crinkle Cookies

Hello, friends of Kate's blog! I am so happy to be here today!

My name is Lindsay & I am the blog author of Southern Lovely. I love a good DIY & being able to create beautiful things in my life, for a minimal cost.

Today I am going to show you a very popular recipe at my house. A sweet friend gave it to me years ago, and we have loved it ever since.
Let's begin..
You will need:
1 1/2 sticks butter
Cocoa Powder
Sugar
2 Eggs
Vanilla
Flour
Baking Soda
Baking Powder
12 oz. bag of Chocolate Chips

mix together:
3/4 cup melted butter
1/2 cup cocoa powder
1 cup sugar
2 eggs
2 tsp. vanilla


Then in a separate bowl, mix:
2 cups flour
1 tsp. baking soda
1 tsp. baking powder

Then add to wet ingredients & mix well

Pour bag of chocolate chips in & mix together

**Refrigerate for at least 2 hours**

Roll into small balls, then roll in 1/2 cup of powdered sugar

Bake at 350 degrees for 9 1/2 minutes--do not over bake these!

They should come out looking fluffy & beautiful :)

And trust me, they are some of the best tasting chocolate cookies out there. :)

Chocolate Crinkle Cookies

Mix together:
3/4 cup melted butter
1/2 cup cocoa powder
1 cup sugar
2 eggs
2 tsp. vanilla

In separate bowl, mix:
2 cups flour
1 tsp. baking soda
1 tsp. baking powder

Add dry ingredients to wet ones & mix well

Pour 12 oz bag of chocolate chips in mixture, & stir together

Refrigerate at least 2 hours

Roll into balls, then roll in 1/2 cup powdered sugar

Bake @ 350 degrees for 9 1/2 minutes







Thank you Kate for this awesome opportunity! Feel free to stop by if you'd like to see more of what Southern Lovely is all about. :)

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29 comments:

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  2. Oh my! Those sound absolutely delicious! I'm pinning these because I plan on having a baking weekend very soon! :)

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  3. Those look amazing! I will definitely have to try them.

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  4. Oh no, sorry my links aren't working. Thanks for catching that Dana!

    Here is my blog--
    southernlovely.blogspot.com

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  5. oh my...those look amazing!!!!!

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  6. These look great - AND I think I have all the ingredients except the chocolate chips. I do have rolos on hand - wonder if I could substitute....hmmmm.....Thanks for the recipe!

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  7. Anybody know what kind of bowl that is with the mixer attached?

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    1. It looks like a Bosch mixer-if you make bread a lot, Bosch is the holy grail ;)

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  8. Lindsay, these look great!! Do you know how many cookies the recipe will make?

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  9. Lindsay, these looks A.MAZING!

    Kate, your blog is a dangerous place this week. I now want to make tons and tons of cookies and it's only Monday!!!!!!!!!!

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  10. I have made these before and they are TO. DIE. FOR! I stress... DO NOT OVERBAKE! You will not be disappointed!
    Stacey

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  11. Kate- You should do a link-up where everyone shares their favorite cookie recipes. It would be so fun!

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  12. Hey Tiffany--I used the Bosch universal Plus mixer.

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  13. I bookmarked this and will hopefully be making this around christmas thanks for the idea!

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  14. These are one of my favorite cookies. It's essentially a brownie cookie, so it stays soft for days. :)

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  15. This look amazing. Thank you for sharing the recipe I can't wait to try them.

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  16. These are some of my all time favorite cookies!! I got the recipe for them several years ago (maybe 7?) from my sister in law, and whenever I make them, they IMMEDIATELY disappear. SOOOO yummy!! I think we called them Zebra Cookies or something?? Thanks for reminding me anyway, now I need to go make some!! ;)

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  17. this are some of my favorite holiday cookies! my mom never baked but one of our neighbors would make them every Christmas. i remember always looking forward to her coming over with a warm tin of them :)

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  18. Hey Katy--I can usually get about 3 dozen out of this, it totally depends on how big (or small) you roll your balls.

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  19. Made these and they're amazing! Thanks :)

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  20. Thanks so much for sharing these, Lindsay! My mom used to make a similar version (without chocolate chips) that we called Chocolate Kisses. I made your version last night and they are AMAZING! I thought they might have been underbaked but I let them set overnight and they are perfect!!! So yummy!

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  21. Mmmm so i made these last night but put white choclate chips in them and oh my soo delish!

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  22. Can't wait to try this recipe this weekend!

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  23. What kind of mixer is that? It looks so cool

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  24. I made these for a Christmas Party and they were a huge hit! I didn't have enough chocolate chips so I added some white chips. Delish! Thanks for sharing.

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  25. I made these today for part of a cookie tin for my husband's coworkers. They are delicious! Thanks for sharing. My husband approved too. :)

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  26. Hi Kate, just wanted to let you know that I love this cookie recipe! I baked them for the first time after reading this blog in 2011 and I've done it so many times since. Every time I make the cookies everyone asks for the recipe because they like them so much!
    Keep up the good work :)
    Rachel x

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