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Thread: Maple White Chocolate Chip Cookies

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    Super Member bamamama's Avatar
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    Jan 2011
    Madison, AL

    Maple White Chocolate Chip Cookies

    I have been making cookies all day long to send to the kids and for DH to take work with him for the guys..... I'm high on sugar, cinnamon, and I only ate 2 cookies. I make Chocolate Chip, Chocolate Chip with pecans, Oatmeal Raisin, Chocolate Macaroons, and Maple White Chocolate Chip a favorite in our house. Here is the recepie:

    Maple White Chocolate Chip Cookies

    1 pouch of Betty Crocker Sugar Cookie Mix
    1 Stick of butter or margarine
    1 egg
    1 Tablespoon of Maple Flavoring
    1 1/2 cups of white chocolate chips
    1 Cup chopped walnuts

    Prepare according to mix directions, add the Chocolate Chips and Walnuts. Bake 350 degrees for 13-14 minutes.
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    i have made these and they are delicious!

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    Super Member quiltymom's Avatar
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    I'm a maple fool got to make some. Thanks for sharing!!!!!!!!!
    You know if your a quilter when you cleanup your sewing room and your family thinks your moving out!! Author U/K Sue

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    Super Member mountain deb's Avatar
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    Two of my favorite things. Thanks

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    Thank you for this recipe.
    Maple is also a favorite in this house and I make a Pillsbury Bake-off recipe from I don't know when ( came off a cake box), but you can get it on Cooks.com "Colonial Maple Cake" (print recipe #2) ... yes, it is delicious. You will use a Pillsbury white cake mix. I also use a 9 x 13 pan and make the glaze into an icing.
    The maple extract I use if McNess. But you can use any maple extract (flavoring).
    Merry Christmas.

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    Super Member SouthPStitches's Avatar
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    Sep 2011
    So Plymouth, NY
    I just made a bunch of these for the first time. They are delicious. I substituted almonds for the walnuts. Thinking of trying them with a handful of dried cranberries next time. Thank you for the great recipe

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