"Chocolate cookies with chocolate kisses hidden inside." — Becky Miner
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1 2/3 cups
unsweetened cocoa powder
1 (9 ounce) bag
milk chocolate candy kisses
confectioners' sugar for decoration
This is a great recipe (from Hershey's Kitchens)...I was a little concerned that the kisses would leak through the dough using a scant tablespoon...but they baked beautifully with no leaks at all. I didn't roll these in powdered sugar because I thought the flavor of the dough and the sweet center balanced each other very nicely.
I wasn't so fond of these. The cookie part had a weird taste, and I had to accompany them with a big glass of something to wash the taste down. They were better warm, fresh out of the oven, than they were once they had cooled/sat in my cookie jar a few hours....
The exact recipe from Hershey's web site. Excellent cookies.
Fantastic! One person at our cookie exchange was almost speechless, and finally smiled and said, with enthusiasm, "this is so good it's ridiculous!" I loved the way the candy kisses stayed soft inside the rich chocolate cookie. I had to agree with my fellow cookie exchanger. I will definitely make again.
I found these pretty easy to make and didn't have any problems rolling the dough around the Kisses. They just weren't hugely popular around this house, and just a warning, these are very messy when the kids eat them. Powdered sugar, crumbly chocolate cookie...
I had these years ago and was looking for the recipe. These are excellent cookies with a unique taste. They are so delicious I have to make them for people...definitely worth a try and a great item to add on to your Christmas baking!! (I don't like nuts, so I did without. They turned out fine).
This was a huge hit at our Teacher Appreciation Tea. The great thing was that the room was so warm that the Kisses melted again in the classroom we were using. Also to make it extra rich I added dark chocolate kisses versus the regular kind.
These are a great cookie to make with kids! My stepsons loved getting thier hands messy and "hiding" kisses inside. I did use more than a tablespoon for each, but it was all the same. Tasted great- nice texture. I used mint kisses- nice combination with the powdered sugar. A fun and yummy cookie!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Cocoa Kiss Cookies
Serving Size: 1/24 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 24
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 129
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