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Chocolate Crinkle Cookies

Chocolate Crinkle Cookies

My last-minute holiday baking (cookies to share with neighbors and whoever walks in our door) yielded the ultimate chocolate crinkle cookies. Crisply and crinkled on the outside and chewy and somewhat fudgy on the inside. Kids raved. The texture was just perfect. I hope you try baking them soon, too. If you prefer flatter crinkle cookies, I have a recipe here.

On another note—Merry Christmas to those of you who celebrate and Happy Holidays to all of you and your loved ones, friends! May this season bring the best to every home, to every family, and to our beautiful world. Thank you for your continued support of my blog throughout many holiday seasons. I look forward to many more together.

Chocolate Crinkle Cookies

And now let’s go to the recipe. This cookie recipe calls for  unsweetened chocolate along with unsweetened cocoa—both making for the super deep chocolate flavor.

Chocolate Crinkle Cookies

To the right is how the finished batter looks. You may wonder how it can be shaped into cookies, but it can. The recipe will tell you how.

Chocolate Crinkle Cookies

Bathe the cookie balls in powdered sugar before they go in the oven. Then wait until the ultimate chocolate crinkle cookies come out, ruthlessly tempting you to eat them all right away.

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