Sunday, January 16, 2011

Chocolate Crackles


I’ve been eyeballing these cookies since I first saw a recipe for them in a special Martha Stewart holiday cookie magazine printed back in 2006 and again in her Cookies Cookbook. Every time I’ve looked through my magazine, these Chocolate Crackles have always leapt off the page and said make me. Make Me. MAKE. ME.

But I didn’t listen until now. I don’t know why it took me so long, but man, I’m glad I finally did.

They are yummy and soft and just plain pretty. But mostly yummy. Oh and chocolatey of course. Very, very chocolatey.

So really that’s all you need to know, right?


Start out with 8 ounces of bittersweet chocolate. Oh yeah.


Melt the chocolate in a saucepan over another pot of simmering water. Then set aside to let cool.


I transferred it to a heatproof plastic bowl so it could cool a bit more quickly.

And yes, I tested the temp with my finger. And maybe more than once. : )


While the chocolate cools, mix together the flour, cocoa baking powder and salt…


… until it’s all combined and beautiful.

Set aside and beat butter and brown sugar until light and fluffy. Mix in eggs. Mix in vanilla.


And then add the melted chocolate.


Add half the flour mixture, some milk and the rest of the flour mixture.

Don’t worry. I’m going to give you a link to the recipe.

Right now. And again at the end, too.


Once it’s all mixed together, divide the cookie dough into four equal parts. Wrap each part in plastic wrap and refrigerate for a couple of hours or until firm.

Now, my cookie dough seemed much more like thick cookie batter, so I also placed it in the freezer to get it a little firmer.

When ready to use, unwrap one section at a time.


I divided it into 12 pieces with a knife because I found that if I handled it too much, the “dough” was starting to melt from the body temperature of my hands.

But dividing it this way ended up working out pretty good.

Grab one of the small pieces of dough and quickly roll into a 1 inch ball. Every few you roll, rinse and dry your hands to avoid them sticking to your hands too much.


Roll it in granulated sugar and then roll it in powdered sugar and place on a baking sheet.

Like so.


Here’s the different stages for reference.

P.S. The recipe link only mentions using one of the sugars, but the one in my magazine calls for both. So I’d do it that way.


Wow. It was tempting to just leave them like this.


But then I wouldn’t get to see them do this after they baked.


They are just so pretty.


And so so good.

Martha Stewart’s Chocolate Crackles

I love trying new things and then crossing them off my “to bake” list.

How about you? What was the last new thing you baked?

Heather said...

These were the first cookies I made when I got the Martha Cookies cookbook. They are heavenly. I keep meaning to add some peppermint extract to make mint crackle cookies (just like the tasty ones at Panera Bread).

January 17, 2011 09:16 PM
christine said...

I made peanut butter and jelly rugula (sp). They were so good I didn’t want to share but ended up sharing because I didn’t want to eat them all.

Love your website.

January 17, 2011 09:23 PM
Zarah said...

All I have to say is, ‘WOW!!’ Those Chocolate Crackles look scrumptious!!

Well, the last thing I baked were coconut bars (by Paula Giles on for a New Year’s Eve potluck…they were soooo yummy, I might add! And it didn’t require many ingredients at all!

January 17, 2011 09:33 PM
Elle said...

I made some yummy cupcakes over the weekend, but you MUST try the salted caramel almond squares in the same 2010 MS Cookies magazine – to die for! I made them a couple weeks ago and, ahem, ate a few too many…

January 17, 2011 09:47 PM
angela said...

I baked a birthday cake for my sons birthday on the 12th. It had a dog theme so I made the cake like a dog dish and we topped it with coco ball cereal. Looked real! Thanks for the recipe.

January 17, 2011 09:48 PM
Christina said...

I made these for Christmas, and my mom has been making them for years! Except that we call them Chocolate Crinkles. My friend said they’re just like little chocolate brownies wrapped in icing sugar. :-)

Last thing I baked? Ma mere’s soft molasses cookies. Oh, so good!

January 17, 2011 09:58 PM
Aleta said...

Last thing I baked: Old Fashioned Apple Slab from King Arthur Flour website. My son helped me make it, and we used apple juice concentrate to make the glaze. Yep. It was as good as I had hoped it would be.

January 17, 2011 10:02 PM
Jackie said...

Hey, I made these recently for the first time, too! Only I didn’t melt any chocolate.

The last new thing I baked were French Meringue cookies, which were… interesting. Not in a bad way.

January 17, 2011 10:11 PM
Rochel said...

I baked a meyer lemon blueberry cake on Friday. I single-handedly ate almost all of it.

January 17, 2011 10:14 PM
Stephanie said...

Chocolate Crackle cookies are my all time favorite cookies!! I have made them for years and have tried many different recipes, Martha’s is one of the best!!
LOVE these cookies!!

January 17, 2011 10:19 PM
Holly said...

The last thing I made was Almond Bars. I saw the recipe on and thought they sounded really good – and they are delicious! I have a list of recipes I mean to try out. I’m definitely putting your Chocolate Crackles on that list. These look fabulous. I love your website. Thanks for sharing.

January 17, 2011 10:26 PM
shaffy said...

last night, after work, i baked dark choc cake & rainbow mini cupcakes. the dark choc cake awaits to be crumbled and transformed into cake balls later this evening. out of 25 rainbow babies i made yesterday, i’m only left with 6 this morning. go figure :)

January 17, 2011 10:40 PM
kath said...

Amazing! I’ll be adding these to my evernote (a great way to organize and store links without bookmarking)…

The last new thing I baked was a triple chocolate cheesecake square. I think you’d love it…

January 17, 2011 10:57 PM
Kathy said...

For Christmas I made a pumpkin pie with a pecan praline topping. I’ll never make a plain pumpkin pie again!

January 17, 2011 11:04 PM
Stefanie said...

Thanks for all the tips and tricks to make these up! Our family whipped these up right away and all of your pointers made things go a lot faster and smoother! And so delish! Thanks again!

January 17, 2011 11:06 PM
melanie said...

This past Christmas I made my first yule log…Martha Stewart’s recipe in fact…so much fun and turned out great

January 17, 2011 11:11 PM
Ashley Larissa said...

We used to make these cookies at the Bakery I worked at! I loved them! I cut them up and put them on top of cupcakes and yumo!

The latest thing I’ve baked, aside from cakepops and cheesecake stuffed strawberries, is another cheesecake. This one is different! I’m attempting to make the crust out of brownies. So I’m playing with the recipe now.

January 17, 2011 11:12 PM
Jenni Price said...

Wow there’s a lot of chocolate going on in these cookies and that is of course a wonderful thing!

January 17, 2011 11:16 PM
TriGirl said...

The last new thing that I baked was “Faux-stess” cupcakes from (I think she just calls them Hostess cupcakes). If you liked the originals you should try these. My favourite part was (testing) the ganache! Yum!

January 17, 2011 11:25 PM
Kristin said...

I made Paula Deen’s Chocolate Gooey Butter Cookies at Christmas. They look very similar, but the recipe calls for a boxed cake mix. They were wonderful and so easy to make!

January 17, 2011 11:30 PM
Katihy Y oung said...

These are great. Try rolling the balls with non-latex gloves on. I’ve found it to be easier than constantly washing my hands and trying to get them dry enough to continue. The cookie doesn’t seem to stick to the glove. I just made a Taste of Home cookie, Crispy double Chocolate cookie. It has melted (like your recipe) chocolate and chocolate chips as well as chopped pecans! MMMMmmmmmm, good.

January 17, 2011 11:44 PM
Sisifo said...

I’ll have to make these this week. Pregnancy cravings give me a right to bake goodies at least 4 times a month. {: Last week I made strawberry sugar cookies. They were so good I’m going to make more tomorrow. I’m a chocoholic, but I’ll have to wait until the weekly shopping trip. Until then, strawberry sugar cookies it is. Thanks for the recipe.

January 17, 2011 11:59 PM
elizabeth c said...

Cakepops. This weekend. And they were freaking exhausting. I have no idea how you do it. Seriously. You must be crazy focused and talented (and/or have no need for sleep.)

January 18, 2011 12:09 AM
Sha said...

the last thing i baked was cream puffs last New Year’s Eve. it was one of the hardest I’ve done (it burnt my finger & lips – due to the caramel) but it was all worth it as the outcome was delish!

January 18, 2011 12:10 AM
Amanda said...

Love these cookies, I have made them many times! The last thing I baked was a 2 layer heart shaped birthday cake for my husband’s aunt. She is 88 years young! You would never know she’s that age, she stills cooks, cleans and takes care of her grandchildren and great-grandchildren. She’s a wonderful lady..

January 18, 2011 12:24 AM
Melissa Cornwell said...

I make these cookies every Christmas! One of my friends just loves them! She says they remind her of a truffle! Next time I’m gonna add a little instant coffee crystals and call them Mocha Krinkles!

January 18, 2011 01:56 AM
jasmine said...

the last thing i baked were these same cookies but we call them crinkles and also snickerdoodles. I made them with my kids who are 4 and 2. They loved making them. The crinkles were a hit but the snickerdoodles were a miss.

January 18, 2011 02:34 AM
Tabitha said...

My brother is home from college, so I decided to make him cupcake pops because he bought me the book. He ate them and loved them, and he suggested we make ‘brownie bites’- same as cake bites, just with brownies and milk chocolate frosting and chocolate coating- they turned out delicious, and my brother thought they looked like miracle pills from the Princess Bride!

January 18, 2011 03:19 AM
Jackie said...

Okay, I just made these. All I can say is NOM!

January 18, 2011 03:55 AM
lizzy said...

I just baked banana bread with blueberries. Next weekend I plan on making sugar cookies for my grandmothers birthday and decorating them with icing to make them look all fancy.
Thanks for the crinkle cookie recipe. I will try that next. We are still trying to polish off the Christmas baking!

January 18, 2011 06:13 AM
Katrina said...

I’ve loved making these since I was a kid. They’re just too cute and tasty!

January 18, 2011 06:57 AM
Dao said...

hi bakerella, where do you get your plastic bowls? i love them!

January 18, 2011 07:52 AM
Tara said...

Bakerella I made these last year with other assorted cookies and gave them to the neighbors for Christmas! They were so delicious, I wanted to gobble them all up and everyone loved my cookies!

January 18, 2011 07:57 AM
Cerise said...

Your site is really bad for my diet! :o) Those look SO yummy! Over the holidays I finally got around to making shortbread for the first time! Turned out great :o)

January 18, 2011 08:45 AM
Stephanie said...

I’ve always referred to those cookies as chocolate crinkles. and they are a favorite! I generally make a double batch around the holidays, and find that’s not enough! I planned on making a King cake from scratch this week, though my oven is now broken so I guess I won’t be baking anything new this week. Sigh…

January 18, 2011 09:52 AM
Stella said...

I’ve made these cookies for Christmas and my kids and friends loved them! I just added a little sabuka (italian liquer) and instant coffee. Try it!

January 18, 2011 10:07 AM
dixie Lee said...

Welcome to the Big Time baby! This is the trademark, landmark, ultimate, don’t bother to come unless I bring them, Christmas cookie.

We call them Crinkles though. And we bake ‘em until they are a little crunchy on the outside with a chewy center….

Oh my. Life is so much better with a few of these on hand…

January 18, 2011 10:26 AM
Amy @ The Savvy Kitchen said...

Mmm these look great! It’s been so cold over here in the DC area so I made Lemon Bars yesterday to remind me of summer!

January 18, 2011 10:37 AM
betsy said...

these are my kid’s favorite cookies at Christmas! I saw that you can make these red as well, like red velvet cookies,may have to try that!

The last thing I baked was chocolate chip cookies, plain and simple!

January 18, 2011 10:50 AM
Michelle V said...

I made hundreds of these at Christmas – literally – and at the end – I added orange zest from 1 orange – and they were even more amazing – you HAVE to try it.
Love your site and book….wish I could have made it to one of your signings.

January 18, 2011 11:00 AM
EatLiveRun said...

As a self-professed chocoholic, I can justly say that I need these in my life. Stat.

January 18, 2011 11:01 AM
Steffi said...

I lurve chocolate pixies (as they are known in our family)…I dressed some up at christmas and drizzled melted almond bark over top…mmm mm delish!

January 18, 2011 11:29 AM
Becca said...

I love these cookies! Make them every year at Christmas. They are worth the messy hands you get as you roll them into balls.

My latest baking attempt was homemade bread. Suprisingly easy and so delicious!

January 18, 2011 11:44 AM
Sharon T said...

I’ve made these at Christmas and they’re a hit! I just baked cranberry orange muffins. Very tasty.

January 18, 2011 12:06 PM
JJeen said...

My family has been making theseas a christmas cookie all my life I use the betty crocker recipe which is basicly the same…my suggestion is to refrigerate the dough over night

January 18, 2011 12:11 PM
Nicole said...

I make the same sort of thing with brown sugar and cinnamon, resulting in a snickerdoodlish cookie that’s very nice…

January 18, 2011 12:32 PM
Kristen said...

The last thing I baked was a lemon pound cake that I found from It’s very good! I topped it with vanilla frosting that had a little lemon juice mixed in.

I’m pretty sure these cookies are the next thing I will be baking. They look divine!

January 18, 2011 12:46 PM
Seanna Lea said...

I don’t remember the last new thing I baked. I think it was my first attempt at gingerbread houses over the holidays, or chocolate sesame cookies.

Obviously if I cannot remember, then it is time to make something new!

January 18, 2011 12:52 PM
AmyB said...

I used to make these in 4-H as a kid! We had to make them a lot to be sure they looked perfect when getting judged. ;o) They are still one of my favorites!

January 18, 2011 01:17 PM
Ashley said...

Well, these are officially on the to bake list in this home. The last thing I baked was mini chocolate pound cakes. We are planning on homemade vanilla wafers this week, too.

January 18, 2011 01:46 PM
Patty said...

My family has made a very similar cookie my entire life. We call them Chocolate Crinkles but they use oil instead of butter in the recipe. From the well warn Betty Crocker Cooky Book (that’s not a misspelling)

The are my absolute favorite cookie and taste just like brownies! Let’s just say I can’t be trusted with a plate of them ;)

January 18, 2011 02:17 PM
Patty said...

that would be well-worn opps!

January 18, 2011 02:18 PM
The Teacher Cooks said...

I have always wanted to make these cookies. They are gorgeous. I thought they were much harder but thanks to your photos I think that I may try these with my cooking classes!

January 18, 2011 03:05 PM
Liane said...

My favorite cookie! I call them cocoa crinkles! Glad you made them! Last thing I baked was choco chip cookies. I love Paula Deen’s white choco chip & cherry chunk cookie recipe–except I use the dough and switch out the additions for regular choco chips or choco chips w/ pecans, or whatever. She used 2 tbsp. of milk in the dough and I think that’s what makes it so good!

January 18, 2011 03:18 PM
Kelly Love said...

Okay, hubby took the cookies to work and now everyone thinks I’m wonderful! :-P They were SO good! Hubby made fun of me because I had chocolate all over my face from licking the beaters. I said it was your fault because of your beautiful photos and “permission” to check the temperature of the chocolate.

January 18, 2011 03:48 PM
Sonia said...

I baked these really yummy chocolate mini-muffins. I think I should have added more cocoa though, and mini-marshmallows, LOTS of them :). Anything mini gets speciality :)

January 18, 2011 04:33 PM
Malie S. said...

I just made these over Christmas. They are my new favorite Christmas cookies.

January 18, 2011 04:37 PM
P.R said...

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January 18, 2011 04:53 PM
P.R said...

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January 18, 2011 04:54 PM
Patti said...

Snickerdoodles was the last thing I baked…in my toaster oven because my oven has been broken since just after Thanksgiving!
I’ve made the chocolate crackle cookies with cake mix. They’re super easy but these look so much richer. Will have to put them on my list to bake in the future!

January 18, 2011 04:56 PM
kellyann said...

I made a banana cream pie yesterday! First time ever. store bought crust, chocolate sauce on the bottom, fresh ‘naners, coconut folded into the pudding and then a little extra toasted atop the coolwhip! HOLY COW…yummy if I do say so myself!!

January 18, 2011 05:32 PM
Karen said...

I made these cookies but using a slightly different recipe I found online. Easy to make and everyone who tried it loved it. Thanks for the tip on freezing and dividing the dough. I will try that next time. It can get tough to handle when the dough is not chilled.

January 18, 2011 05:41 PM
Michelle said...

These are “grandmother’s cookies” to my family. She used to make them every time she visited and we would devour them like no ones business. I have a hard time making them so that they don’t spread too thin and get crispy, maybe it’s because I didn’t let them get firm enough in the fridge/freezer.
Thanks for the tips though, I’ll be sure to try them! :D

January 18, 2011 06:02 PM
Nia B said...

I just made these yesterday. They taste even better today! These are awesome

January 18, 2011 08:23 PM
JM said...

I just baked a pecan pie for the first time last night. YUM!

January 18, 2011 09:26 PM
Jennifer said...

I make these every Christmas since I found them in Martha Stew art! They are sooo good!

January 18, 2011 09:53 PM
Kathryn said...

I needed a cookie recipe that didn’t require me to go out in the snow and ice tonight…thanks for the suggestion! Oh, and I made your S’mores Cupcakes tonight as well (two different events to take baking to tomorrow). My kitchen is a disaster but my whole house smells of chocolate!

January 18, 2011 11:00 PM
Sandra said...

Yum! these are adorable!! My two year old daughter and I last make some chocolate cupcakes with peanut butter frosting…..they were also yum!

January 18, 2011 11:18 PM
Pearbear said...

For Christmas I made Martha Stewart’s “Cream Filled Chocolate Sandwiches”. They were delicious, especially after sitting in the fridge, which chilled the cream. I love Oreos, and they definitely could give them a run for their money!

January 18, 2011 11:56 PM
katie said...

i made chocolate cake pops with peanut butter frosting dipped in semi-sweet chocolate..they were delish!!! :D

January 19, 2011 12:32 AM
Abby Guillergan said...

this is a great recipe! :) you know, they’re called “chocolate crinkles” here in the Philippines. :)
You’re great bakerella!!! I’m such a big fan I visit your site everyday!!! :)

January 19, 2011 12:37 AM
Kim M. said...

These are great, my step-grandmother made these for Christmas. I think they taste like hot chocolate. My 1 year old nephew and I had a good time eating these together!!!

January 19, 2011 02:49 AM
Laura Sligh said...

YUM. I love these cookies but I have never made them… I may have to try. The last thing I baked was your cinnamon rolls (or PW’s cinnamon rolls to be exact). I had made them before but tried a simple cream cheese frosting this time around. The last new thing I baked was… gourgeres. They did not turn out quite the way I hoped, so I will be trying those again. I have a huge list of things to make on (I’m sure you’ve heard of that).

January 19, 2011 05:42 AM
aussiemarina said...

owwwww they look so yummy……love the crackle effect !

these are the aussie chocolate crackles…….
very famous at kids parties

and the last thing i made was banana muffins for my granny…she’s 87…..and doesn’t have many teeth left and likes soft things….so baked them as a treat !

January 19, 2011 06:20 AM
April said...

This recipe is fantastic!!! They taste a lot like brownies!! I was making these with my girls and we didn’t read the recipe well enough to notice that the dough needed to chill for a while. So we refrigerated the dough while we made and ate dinner. After dinner, we just got out one of the wrapped dough sections. We baked up a dozen cookies from it and then ate them warm!! It was the perfect, no mess, after dinner dessert!! We’ll just save the rest of the dough for another day! Thanks for sharing this recipe!!!!

January 19, 2011 08:02 AM
Melissa said...

I’m going to have to try your recipe to make them. Over Christmas I made a version I received from AllRecipes and while they tasted delicious, they just didn’t have the beautiful crackle.

January 19, 2011 08:42 AM
Meghan McCann said...

Totally made these for Christmas! Somehow I think yours are prettier but…made them none the less!

January 19, 2011 10:36 AM
Madison Kikendall said...

At my house we call these cookies Chocolate Krinkles!

January 19, 2011 11:11 AM
frances g. said...

the last new thing i baked were martha stewart’s mexican hot chocolate cookies. they were delish!

January 19, 2011 11:19 AM
Melissa said...

Ooo I just made peanut butter and strawberry jelly cookies for my late work Christmas party! They were absolutely delicious! And I’m going to make some cake pops next week for my moms birthday : ) for the first time

January 19, 2011 11:39 AM
Fernanda said...

These seem sooo good!! Last week I baked son Mango Cupcakes from a cupcake book my mom bought for me. I love cupcakes in general but these were exceptionally good. They were a huge hit!

January 19, 2011 12:40 PM
Colleen said...

Yum! I have made the Company’s Coming version of these cookies several times – one of my favs, but they get eaten too fast (by me) hahaha.

January 19, 2011 01:20 PM
Julie Frank said...

I’ve had those chocolate crackle cookies (or chocolate glaciers) on my “to bake list” for the longest time and I never get around to trying to make them. Today I baked chocolate sugar cookies for the first time, made with dark chocolate cocoa powder and cut out in heart shapes. They taste like oreos! I might eat them all before I even get to frost and decorate them.

January 19, 2011 01:51 PM
Kittys said...

ok…… I found your blog a few months ago and was and still am blown away by it. I loveeee it. I have never posted a comment but I seem to keep returning to your blog so figured I might as well as say something right? LOL. I see such great talent that it leaves me speechles. Too many ideas to keep up with but I am trying :). Anyway, the last things I made were two 8″ double layer cakes with buttercream icing and rolled fondant. It was also my first time trying cake pops. This was for a co-workers baby shower and everyone went ga-ga over them….LOL

January 19, 2011 01:59 PM
Kitty said...

Oh btw…… I forgot to mention that I made a gluten-free version of these little clouds of yumminess for a co-worker of mine and they were awesome. I will have to try this recipe though.

January 19, 2011 02:04 PM
Tonita said...

I LOVE these cookies and have made them for years. Sometimes I like to add mint choc. chips to them, or at Christmas time I add broken candy canes in them they are great and festive!

January 19, 2011 02:30 PM
Brooke (Baking with Basil) said...

I made some Baked Apple ‘Cupcakes’ for breakfast last week. Not your typical cupcake but it’s a fun, healthy way to start the day. And then I don’t feel as guilty eating the cookies when I get home.

January 19, 2011 02:35 PM
Alexia said...

These are the best cookies! I make them every year for Christmas Eve. I use the recipe in Nick Malgieri’s book “Chocolate”. He uses a tablespoon of dark rum which makes them AWESOME! We call them the “grown-up chocolate cookies” since the guys devoure them!

January 19, 2011 02:36 PM
Yasmine said...

A TO BAKE LIST…Very clever. Starting one immediately

January 19, 2011 03:36 PM
Olga said...

Ooh my goodness these are My favorite!!!!! :) yum!

January 19, 2011 05:45 PM
Ice Maiden said...

Ooooh, those look pretty. Chocolate crackles have been on my list since I saw them on before Christmas! Think I’ll give them a go this weekend :) Lemon Meringue Pie is on the list too – my mum used to love how my Gran baked it so I’m going to give it a go for her birthday!

January 19, 2011 06:03 PM
Kylene said...

a gluten-free checkerboard trifle made with alternating white and chocolate cake, chocolate pudding and topped with whipped cream :)

January 19, 2011 06:07 PM
Susan said...

Ina Garten’s Easy Sticky Buns! They were actually very easy and very, very, sinfully good. (And before that cake pops! ;-)

January 19, 2011 08:15 PM
Emily said...

Like some of the other Aussies – just wanted to comment that chocolate crackles in Australia are known as something completely different. They are puffed rice and chocolate and are a classic kids birthday treat. You should try them!

January 19, 2011 08:33 PM
Sheryll said...

I just wanted to say hi and tell you that I love your blog. I’ve spent the last few days reading through your archives Cake pops are so cute. I can’t wait to get your book. I am a little sad I didn’t discover your blog while you were on tour. :(

Oh, and I’ve made cookies very similar to these. I’ve always called them black and whites though. They are very yummy.

January 19, 2011 09:38 PM
Josie said...

Yum, I was going to make crackle top molasses cookies but these look better all of a sudden. The last thing I checked off my to-bake list was carob pecan scones! I love carob chips.

January 19, 2011 09:53 PM
Emmylou said...

I love crackles! I will make some with my little ones. Thanks for sharing! :D

January 19, 2011 10:49 PM
Linda Maxwell said...

The last thing I made was flourless…gluten free cookies…two different kinds. Chocolate pecan and Peanut butter. They were delicious! I don’t have celiac disease but know 3 people that are. One lives across the street and received some. My family did not notice they were different.

January 20, 2011 12:36 AM
Leanne said...

Oh I have to add these to my ‘to bake’ list…and beautiful photos. I am sure they look twice as yummy just because of them.

January 20, 2011 01:15 AM
sara said...

Yes! These look like the Chocolate Crinkles in the Better Homes & Garden cookbook my mom had when I was a kid (and that I may or may not now have in my house… ;)). I LOVE these. LOVE them! She always made them at Christmas so, to me, they’re Christmas cookies. :)

January 20, 2011 07:16 AM
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