I would have given this 5 stars as it looks so delicious but with 31 grams of fat and over 400 calories per cookie, I won't be making this one. Maybe a good candidate for a recipe makeover.
Triple-threat Chocolate Cookies
multnomahgirl Posted: 05/03/10
jmmack Posted: 10/05/10
I made these for a Girls' Night and everyone LOVED them! They are so yummy and rich. One is all anyone needed with a warm cup of coffee or milk! Takes a bit of work but well worth it!
HilaryAR Posted: 03/06/09
Kind of time consuming - VERY delish though! I didn't care for the taste of the espresso powder. 1 T is too much for me. LOVED them.
NiaCapri Posted: 12/22/10
I've made these several times and every time they turn out perfect. Anyone who loves chocolate should defnitely give these a try. I always have requests to make them again. I omit the nuts so that they are all about the chocolate. Espresso powder isn't at my local grocery store so I have used coffee instead before. Also, buying that much chocolate (especially if you double the recipe) can be pricey, but it is worth it. Don't rate the recipe if you haven't tried it or made it.
AmyTrixie Posted: 12/19/10
Cut down on the Espresso Powder by half per previous review. Delicious!!! Would make again for any special occasion! I am disappointed and frustrated only in Multnomah Girl's review: why bring down the rating because YOU don't approve of the nutritional content? You didn't even make them! You've taken it upon yourself to lower the rating because we're all too stupid to read the nutritional info ourselves? Unfair... very unfair. Don't rate if you didn't make.
AtlSuz Posted: 12/19/11
These are just SO good. The only thing I changed was the cookie size. I made some with 2 Tbsp of dough for each cookie - by the time you stack two with ganache its the size of a sandwich! I made the remainder of the dough into 1 Tbsp cookies and it is a much better size for us. So rich and chocolately, its a bit much for every day but great for a special occasion.
sugahaddict Posted: 01/17/14
I used Guittard chocolate bars and chips for this recipe. The cookies alone are very, very rich, and when the ganache was added, they were just too much. I love chocolate, and dark chocolate in particular, but I think there is really too much of it here. It needs balance which I believe the pecans are supposed to provide, but it wasn't enough. This is basically a recipe of dark chocolate, butter, cream and nuts - I'll save myself the trouble (and it was A LOT of work) and have a chocolate bar instead :) I gave it two stars instead of one since the flavor of the cookies were good.
JudyW77 Posted: 12/18/12
After reading the reviews of others, I made these cookies as the centerpiece of our holiday cookie plates. However I found them overwhelming, so chocolatety that they were almost bitter. I was very disappointed and would not make them again! I've come back to edit my review because at least some of the folks I gave the cookie plates to must have enjoyed them because they have asked for the recipe. So, obviously I'm the one who was overwhelmed by the chocolate.