Yield: Makes 3-1/2 dozen cookies, 21 (2 cookie) servings
Decadent chocolate chunk cookies with a hint of smoky heat from the Ancho Chile Pepper will please the most refined palates.
for Roasted Ginger Chocolate Crackled Cookies: Prepare cookies as directed using 8 oz. semi-sweet baking chocolate, melted, and 4 oz. bittersweet baking chocolate, chopped. Use McCormick® Gourmet Collection Roasted Ground Ginger in place of the Saigon Cinnamon.
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Our favorite cookie. I add more cinnamon and use whatever chocolate chips I have in the pantry. It doesn't matter what combination of sweet, bittersweet you use - You will love them. They keep in the freezer and we microwave to warm up.
Because it requires melting chocolate, this recipe takes a little more work than some drop cookies, but is SO worth the time and effort! The Saigon cinnamon and ancho chile powder adds a wonderful hint of spiciness. We live in the Southwest and these are a PERFECT holiday cookie. I'm baking for a cookie exchange and gave my husband a stack of recipes and asked him to choose one for me to make. He chose this one and after giving him a taste of a cookie, he asked me if I could bake something else to give away and keep these for us!
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