Chunky Chocolate Gobs

  • Gherardinis Posted: 11/29/10
    Worthy of a Special Occasion

    I made these to bring my family's annual Thanksgiving extravaganza and they went so quickly. Perfect for all ages! I couldn't find Mounds bars though, so I used Almond Joy - seemed to taste just as good!

  • Baroo46 Posted: 01/24/12
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    These cookies are super chocolately with a nice texture. A great, indulgent cookie!

  • tracylewismoore Posted: 11/14/12
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    Awesome recipe that my friends and family gobbled up quickly! Pretty easy recipe to follow - didn't refrigerate the dough for quite as long as recommended (about 15 mins instead of 30) and cookies turned out perfect. I already have people asking me to make them again!

  • Melanez Posted: 02/06/13
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    Holy Chocolate, Batman! These babies rock! You gotta REALLY like chocolate though! Just as I presumed, they aren't "sweet" - they are more like a "death by chocolate" (if you've had it, you know exactly what I mean...). They are a balance between the taste of a good dark chocolate and a velvety rich chocolate. I was a little worried they would be too bitter for my kids , so I used Almond Joy instead of Mounds AND I mixed in some Milky Way bars too. When I tasted them (fresh out of the oven, ooey and gooey!), I thought my kids would only be able to eat one. I poured up 3 tall glasses of milk (for my 3 most HONEST critics...) and they all ate 3 cookies! They loved them! They told me they are their new favorite cookie. I baked them to take in to their teachers tomorrow - so I'll see how they pass the school taste test! I highly recommend you give this recipe a try, esp. if you like dark chocolate or prefer things that are not overly "sweet". Sweet or not - I LOVE all chocolate! Enjoy

  • dokey347 Posted: 04/11/12
    Worthy of a Special Occasion

    Do you have a "MakeOver" recipe for these?

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