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Friday, September 28, 2012

Chewy Chocolate Walnut Cookie Recipe



When it comes to comfort food many people will reach for chocolate cookies.  There is nothing better than an oven baked  chocolate walnut cookie that melts in your mouth. They taste great when eaten when they are freshly baked and they are just as good served cold with a glass of milk. 

This cookie recipe is quick and easy to make and are the perfect treat for your family after a day in the park or working in the yard.  Serve this cookie with a scoop of vanilla ice-cream and your family’s cravings will be satisfied. 

My mother was a baker and as soon as the weather started to turn cool in the autumn season she would bake cookies for mid-day snacks.  I always looked forward to the chewy chocolate walnut cookies and recall thinking about them on way home from school.  Sometimes I would eat the cookies when they came out of the oven, other times they were served at room temperature. It didn't matter these cookies were always mmm good.

Chocolate  Walnut Brownie Cookie

Brownie Chunk Cookies with Walnuts


Gather your ingredients for chocolate walnut cookie.
One Package of brownie mix (23-2/3 ounce
2 large eggs
1/3 Cup vegetable oil
6 ounces of semisweet chocolate morsels
½ cup of chopped walnuts
Pam baking spray with flour
Mixing bowl
Electric mixer
Teaspoon
Cookie Sheet
Cooling wire rack
Food storage container or cookie jar
Melted Chocolate  (optional)

Make this cookie recipe for the upcoming school week and you will have six dozen cookies to serve to your children and their friends for an after school snack. 

Recipe Instructions

  1. Put your oven rack in the center and heat oven at 350F
  2. Put the brownie mix, eggs and the oil to the mixing bowl and mix well with electric mixer.  Blend until batter is smooth with no brownie mix lumps.  Turn off the mixer and set it aside.  Add the chocolate morsels and the chopped walnuts and fold them into the batter. 
  3. Spray Pam with flour onto the baking sheet to prevent cookies from sticking.
  4. Use a teaspoon to measure out the cookie size.  Drop the rounded teaspoonful of cookie batter onto the cookie sheet.  Space the cookies two and half inches apart.
  5. Bake the chocolate brownie cookies at for 12 minutes.  Before removing from the oven insert a toothpick into the center of the cookie.  Remove the toothpick and if there is not batter then cookies are done.
  6. Set the baking sheet on a wire rack and cool the cookies.

Delicious Dessert Ideas
For a special treat melt milk chocolate morsels in a double boiler.  When the chocolate is completely melted dip one ½ of the cookies into the chocolate and the set on wax paper to cool.

Serve this cookie as a delicious parfait dessert.  Crumble cookie and put at the bottom of a parfait glass.  Next add a scoop of frozen vanilla ice-cream.  Then add another crumbled cookie, top again with ice cream.  Garnish the parfait with drizzled chocolate sauce and a dollop of whipped cream. Your family will wipe the parfait glass clean.

Here is a YouTube recipe for No-bake chocolate peanut butter cookies.   They sure look good!

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