Tuesdays with Dorie DC: Crash-O-Cookies

August 15, 2017 at 4:25 pm | Posted in cookies & bars, DC, groups, sweet things, tuesdays with dorie | 6 Comments
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crash-o-cookies

Crash-O-Cookies are the kind of cookie I think pretty much everyone likes…oatmeal with cinnamon, milk chocolate chunks and plumped raisins. And for those who happen to not be crazy about a particular add-in, they can swap it out or leave it out. I actually used dried cherries when I realized I didn’t have any raisins, and think that dark chocolate would be pretty darn good in these next time, too. They were easy to put together. I did forget to flatten my scoops a bit, so my cookies likely baked up a bit more chubby than they would have otherwise, but I think this actually kept them nice and chewy.

In the spirit of #cookiesandkindness, I shared these with a friend who was in from out of town. He always bugs me for treats when he’s around, but I usually show up empty-handed. He liked these so much, that now he’s bugging me for the recipe! I told him he could see Dorie’s Cookies by Dorie Greenspan, but that since it was also Dorie’s #cookiesandkindness selection for the month of July, the Crash-O recipe and backstory is on her site, too. Don’t forget to check out the rest of the TWD Blogroll and please join us if you haven’t already!

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  1. Dark chocolate and cherry sounds delicious. I did not flatten mine either. We loved these.

  2. OMG those look so good!

  3. They sound and look so delicious with cherries and dark chocolate. Yumm! I like cherries better than raisins any day of the week too. 🙂

  4. Cherries and dark chocolate sound like a winning combination. I’m not sure about the reason for flattening them. Texture or looks? Mardi forget to flatten hers and they came out chewy too. They look and sound delicious flattened or no.

  5. I like those sorts of cookies a little chubby! I’m bringing some of mine into some clients this morning and I have more dough in the fridge to bake off for tomorrow night’s Board meeting. I think they’re going to make for a happier week all around.

  6. One of my favorite cookies! I’m with you on the cherry substitution too;)


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