Tuesdays with Dorie DC: Kerrin’s Multigrain Chocolate Chip Cookies

November 7, 2017 at 12:01 am | Posted in cookies & bars, DC, groups, sweet things, tuesdays with dorie | 6 Comments
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kerrin’s multigrain chocolate chip cookies

Just when you think you’ve probably made every chocolate chipper out there, along comes another version to try. Kerrin’s Multigrain Chocolate Chip Cookies have a nice amount of whole wheat and buckwheat (in addition to chocolate!) to give them great flavor and chew. The buckwheat here is in the form of both flour and kasha. I love buckwheat pancakes, so I usually have the flour on hand in the fridge, but I don’t have the kasha. I do have a box of something called “cream of buckwheat cereal” and I used that instead. Worked just fine. These cookies get finished with a sprinkle of sea salt (or my favorite Murray River salt from Australia), always a nice touch. They’re winners in my book, and pretty, too, with rich color from the buckwheat flour and crackly tops.

For the recipe, see Dorie’s Cookies by Dorie Greenspan. It’s also here. 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. Yes I love the look of these ones too! Also, the flavour? SO good!

  2. Going to have to check the recipe out they look amazing!

  3. We love buckwheat pancakes too. These were a surprise hit in my family. Definitely a make again recipe.

  4. Yours look perfect!

  5. I cook eat A LOT of these! They look great.

  6. These look fabulous! Can not wait to try them!

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