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Monday, August 6, 2012

Chocolate Crackle Cookie

My husband is a cookie monster LOL so; once a week I baked cookies. This is my first time to bake a crackle cookie. If you have ALDI store in your area, buy the KRUSTEAZ mix which has 3 packs in one box.

Here's the ingredients: 1 pouch of chocolate crackle cookie mix, powdered sugar, 3 eggs, and 1/3 cup vegetable oil. Pre-heat oven for 350F and prepare a cookie sheet. Set aside 1/3 cup of powdered sugar in a bowl ( for coating). Put the cookie mix into a medium bowl and add the oil and eggs. Stir until soft dough forms, should be sticky. Drop a rounded tablespoon dough into the powdered sugar and gently coat it with the sugar. Roll it into a ball and double coat it with sugar. Place the cookie dough into the cookie sheet and bake 11-13 minutes. The cookie will be soft and looks like underbaked. Let it cool. It taste delicious! Be careful though, it is really sweet! It's not bad if you have this once in a while. Enjoy!


  1. This looks yum! ALDI, yes we do have one around.

  2. awwww.....this is yummylicious...thanks for sharing the process of making this cookies...will try one day...:-)


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