Yield: Yields about 18 dozen cookies.
You’ll end up with a little chocolate dough left over. The yield is big for this recipe, but the dough keeps for months in the freezer as long as you wrap it well.
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Sandwich one strip of chocolate dough between two vanilla strips.
With a sharp knife, cut the log into 1/4-in. thick slices and space them 1/2 inch apart on the parchment-lined sheet.
Terrible recipe. Dough never came together. Something missing from ingredient list? I tried twice to get it to work and it stayed crumbly.I give it one star because that's the lowest rating Fine Cooking allows. This was very unusual for Fine Cooking. Usually recipes are wonderful.
Very understated in flavour but beautiful on the cookie tray.
Yes, it's a little Martha Stewarty. But very high impact visually and delicious.
this recipe was total yum and wicked gnarly! If you have no life and have alot of free time this recipe is totally for you. You should really consider it if you are over 30 and an lazy bum!!! Rock On!!!**And remember the future is in the hands of the young children treat them well by making them these delicious cookies!!!
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