Recipe by Laura
"A nutty chocolate cookie that is made on a waffle iron."
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1 1/2 cups
unsweetened cocoa powder
I've been making these cookies for years. I've never added nuts to mine. I also add more cocoa, probably close to 3/4 cup. I use a large family size waffle iron (not belgian) and drop one tablespoon full onto each section to cook. I always make a chocolate glaze, sometimes with mint, and after the cookies have cooled, I dip the tops in the glaze.
I was not impressed with this cookie. It was dry and lacked flavor. Maybe this would be a good breakfast waffle with fruit but as a cookie it was very bland.
This is my all-time favorite cookie!! I am always getting requests for them... they are "my signature cookies". My recipe is different only that I use 2 eggs instead of 4, so if you are short of eggs...I'm telling you they turn out awesome with 1/2 the eggs. I let them cool and top with a dollop of chocolate frosting - boil 6TB butter, 3/4 c sugar, 1/3 c milk for a minute, remove from heat and add 3/4 c chocolate chips, stir until thickened. You must try these cookies!!! Update for those having trouble getting the cookies off the waffle iron...you might want to give your waffle iron a spray of Pam before you drop the cookies on, after you make them a couple of times you won't need that. Also, I use a Pampered Chef cookie scoop and drop into each compartment. Have never put chocolate chips or nuts in them, I wouldn't suggest it though.
This is an awesome way to make cookies!!! I really liked these, easy to make and wonderful flavor. I did add caramel chips, and walnuts. My kids rated these 5 stars, my husband says 4, I gave these 5 due to ease and flavor. I took these to a ladies bible study and they went over well. I will definately be making these again.
I have made these cookies for years. However, I use 1/2 cup softened butter and 1/2 cup crisco and I omit the nuts. I chill the dough and it seems to work better - cooking for about 2 1/2 minutes each time.
Scaled down to 6 (we made 8), perfect and easy cookies for two. :)
I've made these several times, ALWAYS a hit! Simple to make. I too would recommend a quick spray to the waffle iron with Pam before dropping them, worked like a charm. After coming off the iron, I drizzled them with a simple confectioner's sugar & milk icing and they were even better!!
Did not care for the texture of these cookies. Not crispy at all. Kiddies were highly anticipating these and were left wanting. Sorry, will not make these again.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Waffle Cookies II
Serving Size: 1/24 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 24
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 108
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