Tuesdays with Dorie DC: French Snacklettes

October 3, 2017 at 12:02 am | Posted in cookies & bars, DC, groups, sweet things, tuesdays with dorie | 3 Comments
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french snacklettes

Snacklettes– isn’t that the best name for a cookie? These French Snacklettes are little buttery chocolate and almond blobs that are super easily made in a food processor. You can just pinch the dough together into haphazard nugget shapes if you want. I tried to get fancy and made mine into pyramids, like the picture in the book, but they slumped in the oven so they wound up more nugget-like after all. I needn’t have bothered, but no matter. After they cooled, I tasted just a crumb off the sheet tray before packing them up for later, and worried that they weren’t very sweet. But after coming home really late (and more than slightly tipsy) that night, I had a whole one and it was sweet and salty and chocolatey and a little crumbly. So then I ate two more! I had very little willpower at that point in the night, but I have to say, they were even better with coffee the next morning.

For the recipe, see Dorie’s Cookies by Dorie Greenspan. It’s also here, as it was Dorie’s Cookies and Kindness recipe last November. 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. I love cookies like these, that are satisfying and hit the spot! I just wish I didn’t have nut allergies in the house!

  2. The cutest!! Love how yours turned out.

  3. I have no will power over chocolate and these were good. I could not get the pyramid shape that you achieved. I think yours look pretty good. Thanks for response to my email:)


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