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60 servings, 1 cookie (32 g) each
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This recipe is equally yummy when each dough is baked separately as single-flavour cookies.
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These cookies were a big hit
This has become a favourite with my son's. I was going to take a pass on baking these this holiday season but the backlash I received from them made me realize that me not baking over the holidays is not an option. LOL!! I will say that they have renamed these cookies, they call them the Ying Yang cookies and so, everyone who gets to try them, now knows them as this and trust me, other people actually getting to sample them is a miracle in itself. Needless to say, I have been making these particular cookies since they first came out in the Kraft kitchens magazine that used to be delivered with the Edmonton Journal years ago before we moved back to Toronto and all who try them love them!
Loved this recipe! Definetly a new favorite. Peanut Butter Chips also work well instead of regular chocoate chips!