Triple Chocolate Cookies from Ellie Krieger

I could eat cookies until the cows come home (and then went back out and came home again), so I'm always up for trying new cookie recipes. So when I received Ellie Krieger's The Food You Crave a few years back, I couldn't wait to try her triple chocolate cookies. I mean, really - three kinds of chocolate?! Yep. Dark chocolate, milk chocolate, and cocoa - and pecans. It's the pecans that really push these cookies over the edge - definitely don't omit them if you can help it. Since I started making these a few years ago they've become a regular favorite in our house - and they ship really well, so they're great for sending to family/friends as gifts. But be warned - if you send these to a friend, I guarantee they'll ask you for more. 

These are outta this world when dipped in milk, and the Mr. loves them with his coffee. But they're just good in general - I highly suggest making a batch. They're also super easy - no kitchen equipment (beyond a whisk and a bowl) needed! As far as the recipe, I followed it exactly as written, so I'm just including a link to the recipe on Food Network. The photos below are my own. The nutrition info is from her cookbook - for some reason it's not posted on Food Network, so I'm including it here. 

Triple Chocolate Cookies from Ellie Krieger

Nutrition Info per cookie: Calories: 110; Fat: 6g; Protein: 1g; Carbohydrates: 13g; Fiber: 1g; Cholesterol: 15mg; Sodium: 7mg

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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