"These taste like brownies. I always double this recipe! They are also good frosted with sprinkles or chopped nuts." — Punk
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2 (1 ounce) squares
I brought these to Thanksgiving and people raved about them and the unique look. I sprinkled just a bit of powdered sugar over the cooled cookies. They sort of had a "snowflake" appearance. These don't have your typical "cookie" texture, but they are good. They're also very good as a base for a dessert - waffle cookie, scoop of ice cream, and hot fudge.
I've made much better chocolate waffles in the past. The taste is so-so. It's thick batter and hard to get out of the waffle maker even if it is sprayed. These do taste somewhat like brownies, not so much like the yummy chocolate waffle taste I was expecting. My husband agreed.
I was so excited for these, but they let me down. They had a very boring flavour once cooked. I ate them warm, but as they cooled they did get a little better. Won't make these again.
There is simply no reason to make any other chocolate cookie than this. I ice with a one-minute chocolate icing (very tricky) and my family went berserk. You have to take them off the iron just as they get firm, exactly one minute cooking on a very hot iron. It's a labor of love, but so worth it.
These don't taste like brownies. They aren't very sweet either. They're kinda boring. Don't think I'd make them again. Thanks anyway.
be careful not to leave them in to long, should be eaten right away
I will definitely make these again. For sure spray your pan. I don't have to spray my pan with waffles, but I do with these cookies.
Not spectacular, but pretty good. I like that they're not too sweet. I had a hard time getting them out of my Belgian waffle maker...maybe a shallow iron would work best? I might make these again...they were tasty.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Chocolate Waffle Cookies
Serving Size: 1/24 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 24
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 34
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