As I haven't spent much time baking in past few months I sought out infallible recipes for this year's swap. When I found Dorie Greenspan's recipe for Chocolate Chunkers, I knew it was "the one." Four types of chocolate eliminated all room for error, not even my finicky oven could mess up this one.
I did worry the final product, which was amazing, may have been a little delicate for shipping. The "crunchies" as Dorie called them, semisweet and white chocolate chips, peanuts and raisins, outweigh the cookie dough here and so the dough loosely holds these cookies together. Hopefully my cookie recipients forgave any presentation problems at first bite!
Get the Dorie's Recipe for Chocolate Chunkers here.
|Off to New York, Tennesee and Florida|
- Alexandra at Sweet Betweens sent Mexican spiced Chocolate Chip Cookies
- Melissa at I Was Born to Cook sent Toffee Chocolate Chip Oatmeal Cookies
- Lauren at West Coast Girl, East Coast Life sent Ginger Molasses Cookies
Later this week I'm joining my favorite bloggers of all time who are baking for Cookie Week. Kristen at Comfortably Domestic is organizing this baking extravaganza alongside Cookies for Kids Cancer (much like the Great Food Blogger Cookie Swap). For each cookie exchanged, Glad to Give is donating $1 to Cookies for Kids Cancer. Be sure to follow all the action of Cookie Week via Kristen's blog or use #cookieweek on Twitter.