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A hefty dose of cocoa powder makes these old-fashioned drop cookies perfect for fans of dark chocolate. The recipe is so simple, it's a natural for preparing with children, who especially love forming the dough into balls and rolling them in sanding sugar.

Source: Martha Stewart Living, March 2008
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  • CKL20672940
    16 DEC, 2018
    Totally works every time and they are truly chocolate cookies. I've been making these for years now and they always disappear. They look exactly like the photo. These are not soft, spongy cookies.
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    • MS11488075
      28 FEB, 2019
      Can anyone tell me why mine came out domed and puffy instead of flat like the picture?

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