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Bake the cookies 30 minutes for a softer texture, or 35 minutes for a more traditional crumbly texture.

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  • KellyinVT1
    30 JUN, 2014
    Instantly a new favorite! Delicious! I have already made these 3X--once for a large outdoor party, and everyone loved it. I saw the other review about the cookies not lasting 3 weeks. I would not know (mine were all eaten within 3 days). They definitely last 3 days in an air-tight container.
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  • grazianolinda
    25 JUN, 2014
    I love shortbread and love chocolate AND these were really easy to make and were really good. However, shelf life did not live up to 3 weeks as mentioned in the recipe. I would make these again if they were going to be enjoyed within that first 24 hours but they started to lose life by the second day.
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