Recipe by AMY BARTHELEMY
"An old fashioned chocolate chip cookie that has been spiked with a coffee liqueur. You'll love these cookies!"
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These were really good! I didn't have coffee liqueur, so I used some really strong coffee left over from breakfast. Also, I used semi-sweet chocolate chips, and I left out the cinnamon. Good flavor and texture.
This was a decent-tasting soft and chewy chocolate chip cookie, but I was disappointed that the coffee flavor did not come through.
i changed a few thing but loved the recipe.
i didnt put in the cinnamon.
i only put 1 cup milk cho chips and added 1 cup mini seminsweet cho chips .everyone loved them.
A good cookie but not my favorite. The coffee liguor adds a change to the cookie when I want something a little different than the same ole chocolate chip cookie. I did add a few more tablespoons of the liquor as I didn't think 2-3 TB would be enough.
A soft dough produced a soft and chewy cookie. From other reviews it seemed the coffee liqueur wasn't apparent anyway, so I thought I'd try another liqueur I don't use often - Tres Leches. Frankly, I don't know if it would make any difference to the cookie whether you used your liqueur of choice (Frangelico, Amaretto or Bailey's maybe?) or even just milk - or no liquid at all, for that matter, which would result in a sturdier dough. While maybe not my favorite, it is nonetheless a respectable chocolate chip cookie.
Yum! Made as written but..... one tiny change. I used 1 tablespoon dry Espresso in place of the liqueur. Will make these again!
This was a pretty yummy cookie. I took some of the other's advice and increased the amount of coffee/liquor. I actually used 2TBLS strong coffee and 2TBLS Kahlua(didn't have coffee liqour). I also used semi-sweet choc chips, and it was fine, but would use milk choc. chips next time. The subtle coffee and cinnamon flavors were a nice twist on the traditional choc. chip cookie!
I made some minor changes. Instead of liqueur, I took two tablespoons of freshly, finely ground Ethiopian coffee and mixed it into 2 tablespoons of very hot water and let stand for a few minutes before adding to the batter mix, to bring out more of the coffee taste. I also supplemented the standard semi-sweet baking chocolate chips (not milk chocolate) with Ghirardelli's 60% Cacao baking chips but only used 2 cups of chips total. To my taste, this combination provided plenty of coffee as well as deep, chocolate flavor. I have taste-tested the results on three people so far and the results have been very flavorable. ;-) Will definitely make them again with different combinations of coffee and chocolate.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Chocolate Chip Coffee Cookies
Serving Size: 1/36 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 36
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 87
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