Chocolate crinkle cookies have a soft brownie texture and a flavor enhanced by two sources of chocolate; unsweetened cocoa powder and chopped bar pieces. Each delectable cookie is rolled in powdered sugar for a beautiful crackly surface once baked.
When the holiday baking season hits, chocolate crinkle cookies are on the top of my must-bake list. If you’re a fan of cakey brownies, these cookies are like mini handheld versions. The dough has a thick and sticky consistency like a rich fudgy cake and they bake up with a similar texture.
If you’re looking for an easy cookie exchange recipe that will impress your family and coworkers, these crinkles are the perfect solution. The contrast of snow-white sugar with brown cracks and crevices looks like a piece of art. The overall texture is fudgier and doesn’t disappoint in the flavor department….
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