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Baking is one activity that I really look forward to at Christmas time. I like to make family favorite cookie recipes and I enjoy trying new recipes.
Today I’m sharing a new favorite, Chocolate Crinkles.
I found this recipe in a local cookbook written by a well known caterer, Maryanne Rhodes. The cookbook is only available locally and benefits the restoration of the Academy of Fine Arts Historic Theater. I have read this cookbook like it’s a novel and have marked many recipes to try. I can only imagine the many Lynchburg parties where Marianne served Chocolate Crinkles.
The batter for this cookie must be refrigerated three hours before baking. Use a one tablespoon cookie scoop to make each cookie the same size. Toss each cookie in powdered sugar and place on a Silpat lined baking sheet. After the cookies bake for 10 – 11 minutes at 350 degrees, they develop an attractive crackled pattern.
Consider adding Chocolate Crinkles to your recipe file for your holiday baking. We really enjoyed this easy to make cookie.
My friends are also sharing cookie recipes this week. I invite you to visit the blogs below on the dates indicated to get some great ideas for this year’s holiday baking. And, please come back on Friday for a link party where you can share your own favorite cookie.
Please visit the following blogs to see what they brought to the
2014 Christmas Cookie Exchange
Captivating Corner Postcards From The Ridge