Mexican Hot Chocolate Cookies

Another cookie post. This is getting dangerous. My issue of April Everyday Food is here and I am excited! I had to make the Mexican Hot Chocolate cookies immediately. These are chocolate cookies dipped in a sugar/cinnamon mix (I did not add chili powder which was optional). I loved these cookies! They were easy to make and the top baked up all crinkly and crunchy looking. Oh, they were delicious! Very chocolately with just a hint of cinnamon. Crunchy and melt in your mouth good. A real winner.

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11 Responses to Mexican Hot Chocolate Cookies

  1. Jessica says:

    Wow, you move fast! I just got that issue yesterday and those cookies were immediately placed on my to-try list. Glad they were a success.

  2. Stop with the cookies. I tell you, stop! :o)

    These look good, but you’re killing me with swimsuit season on the way.

  3. marthaandme says:

    I put some of these in the far back of the freezer hoping I would forget they exist.

  4. I made these last Saturday too as soon as the magazine arrived 🙂 I don’t know about you but there’s TONS of great recipes in this one. I’ll link my post when I post it later this week. They were crunchy and delish!

  5. Sheryl Kraft says:

    You must be in cookie heaven! I don’t know if I’d be able to eat anything else with these around. Morning, noon and night and maybe in between 🙂

  6. marthaandme says:

    Yes, it is a problem!

  7. marthaandme says:

    Yes, I was excited about this issue too. Lots to make and try!

  8. Hey Brette, we loved these cookies too and I posted my results here http://muminbloom.blogspot.com/2010/03/recipe-mexican-hot-chocolate-cookies.html

    Enjoy your weekend and we’ll see you Monday for Martha Mondays 🙂

  9. Frugal Kiwi says:

    Sounds yummy, but I think I would have had to add the chili. Then again I love chili-chocolate combos.

  10. Emi says:

    Wow! These were incredibly bland. I’m surprised you liked them.

  11. marthaandme says:

    It’s chocolate. Nuff said.

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