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Mint Chocolate Truffle Cookies Recipe
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Mint Chocolate Truffle Cookies

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"Chocolate and mint make a terrific winter combination. Enjoy these truffle cookies at your next holiday celebration."

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  • PREP

    15 mins
  • READY IN

    2 hrs 27 mins

Directions

  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. Microwave chocolate and butter in large microwaveable bowl on HIGH 2 min. or until butter is melted. Stir until chocolate is completely melted. Add sugar; mix well. Add eggs, one at a time, mixing until well blended after each addition. Add combined flour and baking powder; mix well. (Dough will be very soft.) Cover and refrigerate at least 2 hours or up to 24 hours.
  2. Roll heaping teaspoonfuls of dough into 1-inch balls. Place, 2 inches apart, on greased baking sheets.
  3. Bake 10 to 12 min. or until tops are set. (Do not overbake.) Immediately sprinkle with crushed candy canes. Cool 1 min. on baking sheets. Remove to wire racks; cool completely.
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Most Helpful Positive Review
Nov 28, 2007

My niece and I made these together, she is 6 and just had a blast. We melted the chocolate and butter on the stove instead of the microwave. They turned out wonderful! I ended up making 60 of them so they went out to other people and EVERYONE just loved them...said they were the BEST EVER!!! thank you for the recipe :) I cook/bake to keep my mind off my pain(sickness) so while they were in the figde for 3 hours I made banana bread.

 
Most Helpful Critical Review
Dec 06, 2007

These cookies were OK, but a bit lackluster and bland tasting, more like a mellow brownie with peppermint. The plusses are that they are very easy and cute looking. The so-so aspects are that they are not all that flavorful. If I were to make them again, I would use dark chocolate as the semi-sweet chocolate is much too bland for my taste. These would be a great cookie to make for a school bakesale with a toddler or elementary school-age child due to their ease of preparation.

 

7 Ratings

Apr 04, 2012

Very yummy, but I agree it took a little work. I would make them again.

 
Dec 21, 2009

I love these cookies! I've been making them with my Christmas cookies for the past few years. One complaint I have is that the serving seems to be off, I got about 60 cookies out of the recipe instead of 22. Instead of refridgerating the dough, I put it in the freezer 30 minutes. Then I roll out the dough and put it on a cookie sheet, and then put the cookie sheet in the freezer for an additional 10 minutes. This seems to stop the cookies from spreading in the oven. I keep the bowl of dough in the fridge between batches as well. The cookies only needed 9 minutes to cook in my oven. Also, in previous years I had trouble crushing the candy cane. One year I tried a hammer (lol) and ended up with more candy cane on the floor than on the cookies. Another year, I tried the blender and I couldn't get the pieces fine enough. They also clumped up really bad even though my blender was perfectly dry. This year I found the PERFECT device! I used my coffee grinder, and it got the candy cane super fine - just how I like it. I coat the entire top of the cookie with the candy cane to help with the blandness.

 
Dec 27, 2008

This is a Kraft foods recipe (it was printed in their free magazine) and as for most of their recipes, it was written to sell their product, not to make the best-tasting item. However, it can be salvaged, I think. I made these this Christmas and completely ignored the peppermint b/c candy canes and cake-like cookies sounded like a bad combo to me. Tow ways to make it better would be to stir some Andes mint baking chips into the batter before baking (I did this and they were pretty yummy and very minty) or to just bake the cookies as it, then dip the tops into more melted chocolate with peppermint extract stirred in and let the chocolate cool and harden. I also may fool around with this recipe a little. I think making it with a mix of shortenings instead of just butter may make it more smooth.

 
Dec 23, 2007

Maybe I did something wrong, but the cookies where hard to make. They were kind of liquidy and where practically melting before I put them in the oven. Also, they did not have a very strong taste. They where kind of cakey. Taking into another persons reveiw, I used dark chocolate. Considering the strength of the dark chocolate, I would hate to try the ones with semi-sweet. So, I made about three batches. The first where with the crushed candy cane sprinkled on top along with shaved dark chocolate. The second and third bath I put candy cane in the batter and just put shaved dark chocolate on top. This turned out much better. I did have to put some elbow grease into the cleaning the pan afterwards, but they tasted much better. I'm not trying to put this recipe down it just needs a few personal touches to make it perfect. Overall, it was a nice holiday recipe that my family loved.

 

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