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Apr 13, 2023Liked by Dorie Greenspan

These look great! I was introduced to crinkle cookies by an old friend who made raisin crinkle cookies and I loved them! More time consuming to make, because you have to chop the raisins by hand.

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Apr 14, 2023Liked by Dorie Greenspan

Well now I’ve never, ever made these any time other than Christmas- time but I can’t figure out why I haven’t made them year round! They’re so yummy and we all love them. I’ll def make them this next week. I have the largest chocolate egg you ever did see and I think it would make a perfect addition to these cookies! I can’t wait to try your new tip, Dorie!

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Apr 13, 2023Liked by Dorie Greenspan

What do you think about giving the rolled cookies a short stay in the refrigerator before baking? I do that now with all he cookies I bake because I think it helps them retain their shapes, even if it slightly increases the baking time.

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Apr 13, 2023Liked by Dorie Greenspan

If freezing the dough to bake later, by all means do let it defrost before baking. I coated and baked from frozen a couple of Christmases ago and the cookies looked like they had popped like popcorn. My loyal family all claimed they were still delicious but I felt the texture was off and they were certainly very unattractive! Don't be me. Follow the directions.

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Apr 13, 2023Liked by Dorie Greenspan

Could I sub gf flour in the recipe? They look so yummy, I hate to miss out.

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Apr 13, 2023Liked by Dorie Greenspan

Love the cookies. But it's egg dyeing (not dying) one does at Easter.

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Apr 13, 2023Liked by Dorie Greenspan

Love the recipe! Also do I see East Fork pottery? Love them

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Just made these today and OMG!!!! They are fabulous! The dough was quite sticky to roll into balls even after refrigerating overnight, but I kept lightly flouring my hands and that did the trick. Definitely worth the effort since my guests raved about them and asked for the recipe. It is now filed in my copy of Dorie's Cookies next to the original recipe. Thank you for sharing!

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Dorie, I just bought your book "Baking with Dorie". It seems when it was first introduced you had a comment about the cake on the cover. . the chocolate one. Can you refer me to that post? I'd love to get the story straight. Thank you so much.

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If I'm busting out the cocoa powder, I'm making World Peace Cookies! But I might have to try these also!

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Chocolate and brownies are all-season so I don't see why not chocolate crinkle cookies! Xoxo!

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I am not able to make the crinkle cookies crinkle. Any idea why?

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Your crinkle cookies are great, but for some reason my cookies are not crinkling. Any idea why?

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Love, love, love the crinkles. I’ve made something very similar to these for a few years. Which sugar makes the dramatic cracks, please? Is it the big, crunchy crystals of raw, sanding, dememera type sugars? Also, my partner made them on his own recently, and the sugar coating all but disappeared. What might’ve happened there?

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Awesome article!Thankyou Dorie I am thinking of a CulinaryGuild of New England Christmas party for more than a hundred other cooks, I had made the Peace Cookie and was asked to standup and talk about it!i was surprised how many loved seeing someone with a Peace Cookie in her hand stand up and talk about Peace, holding the Peace Cookie so all could see…. I felt like a Peace Ambassador to the Unicef with your Peace Cookie!

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