Monday, April 26, 2010

TWD Chockablock Cookies


Perfect timing on this TWD recipe. Just last week I recieved my order from King Arthur Flour, it contained just the goodies I needed to bake these wonderful cookies. I used all butter, walnuts, dates and a special dried fruit mix from KAF. I used Burgundy Chunks and a semi-sweet baking bar. These cookies were loaded. These cookies were delicious. Hubby said they were the best cookie he has ever eaten. I would have to give this recipe a full 5 stars. I will keep it at the front of my cookie file.

This weeks hostess is Mary from Popsicles and Sandy Feet. Check out her blog for the recipe and the TWD site for all the reactions to this unique cookie.

28 comments:

Kaitlin said...

So glad you enjoyed these! They look great, too - perfect circles. Yum.

Nancy/n.o.e said...

You really did pack in the good stuff for these cookies! Wish I could taste one - the different fruits and nuts would make for endless variations in flavor.

Nickki said...

Your cookies look perfect! I could eat one right now :-)

Romaine said...

Sounds like you scored with hubby. I can see why!

Sweet and Savory said...

I am glad you enjoyed these so much. You had some good stuff in the cookies.

chocolatechic said...

Beautiful cookies.

I heart KAF.

Have you tried the large chocolate ball things? I want to try them so bad.

Pamela said...

Your cookies look fabulous! Looks like I need to pay a visit to the KAF site!

Becky said...

your cookies look amazing! so perfect.

i love the combo of mix-ins you chose! very cool.

hope you join me next week for burnt sugar ice cream. it's so caramely and delicious!

Jayne said...

Beautiful job! My husband loves these, too. He's not a huge cookie eater, but he's been devouring these.

Flourchild said...

yipeee for giving these cookies 5 stars! We loved them too. I added a bag of trail mix to mine!

bexbakes said...

Yours look really lovely. nice combination of flavors too!

The Mortensens said...

Your pictures are really nice! I like your version of these cookies.

natalia said...

How wonderful Cindy ! I really love all the ingredients you used !!

Ashley said...

Ooh, that KAF fruit blend sounds terrific!

Clivia said...

Your cookies look and sound delicious! And I really want to try that fudge sauce.

Tia said...

they look wonderful! great mix ins.

Valerie said...

Stunning photos! I'm jealous of you KAF delivery too! :D

Jencrafted said...

Oh, perfect rounds! Very, very nice. I'm heading over to KAF site now!

Kayte said...

Love your cookies...they look wonderful, too, in that little brown dish all lined up! I went to all the work of filling out my form for the KAF free shipping, got it all ready to call in, and then promptly forgot after the homework was done that night to get online and do that. Next round, I will be more organized. We loved these cookies here...only made half a batch, what was I thinking???

TeaLady said...

guys liked these too, Not my cup of tea, so to speak. Wonder how they would be without fruit.

Rachel said...

Yours look perfect! I love KAF!! :)

Teanna said...

They look like five star cookies!

Joy said...

Using the variety of fruits sounds like a great idea! The kids loved the fruit in the cookies - something sweet :)

jillbert said...

They look great! How fun to get an order from KAF. They have such nice things!

steph- whisk/spoon said...

mmm...a lot of good stuff in those cookies! certainly worthy of five stars!

Marthe said...

I agree with you, these were tasty! But I didn't care for the oats... I never have actually.

Piggy said...

How I wish I can get burgundy chunks in my part of the world too. Your cookies must be very yummy!

Lynnylu said...

Beautiful cookies! I love buying stuff at King Arthur, too. My hubby loved these and actually, the molasses tamed a bit after the cookies were a day old.