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This recipe adapted from "Martha Stewart Living Holiday Cookies."

Source: Martha Stewart Living, December 2005
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  • jacquieb62
    2 DEC, 2010
    How many cookies does this recipe make? I am sure this is regular, granulated sugar. When it is anything else a recipe will specify (confectioers, etc.). Hershey makes an unsweetend cocoa you can find in the baking department of virtually any grocery store.
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  • Idahsen
    24 JUL, 2009
    Can somebody pls tell me what type of sugar this recipe use? Im new to baking. thks
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  • EmmeC
    20 FEB, 2009
    I followed the recipe exactly and they turned out hard as rocks. They looked nice, but I will decrease the baking time next time I make these. They looked practically unbaked when they came out after 15 mins., but disappointingly they hardened up A LOT.
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  • shirpoly
    31 AUG, 2008
    i made them like 4 times, first time was perfect all other times they went flat and fast. i got all new ingredients but still flat. any professional advise?!
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  • recipe411
    11 AUG, 2008
    Where can I get unsweetened Dutch-process cocoa powder? I am new to cooking/baking.
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  • face
    23 JUL, 2008
    AYE MAYNE DIS RECIPE IS OFF THE CHAIN DAWG MAYNE IM BOUT TO MAKE DIS
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  • mariellen
    23 JUL, 2008
    These cookies turned out perfectly! I undercooked them by a few minutes, and did not use my Convection oven - just regular baking oven. The convection oven cooks quickly and will make the cookies harder. I prefer them gooey and fudgy. I've also used 3 types of chocolate chips - milk, semi-sweet and dark. Great cookie for chocoholics!
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  • sara2
    23 JUL, 2008
    I like using semi chocolate chips, not milk ones. Has anyone tried it with the dark chocolate chips, and if so, how did the cookies turn out?
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  • Moxiecola
    27 MAR, 2008
    OMG! These are AWESOME! I have been searching for years for the perfect chocolate cookie. I can never find one chocolately enough. These are perfect. The texture is right, crispy on the outside-gooey chocolatey on the inside. I used a tablespoon and the cookies came out huge. They look like they belong in a bakery window!
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  • JennyBop
    23 JAN, 2008
    i made these today. There pretty good but next time I will bake them for less time. They weren't very soft.
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