Saturday, January 15, 2011

Two-Tone Cookie Crinkles and a Chocolate Giveaway!

Well, it's officially less than a month until Valentine's day which makes it perfectly acceptable to bring on the hearts! :)
Two-Tone Cookie Crinkles double your pleasure with a chocolate cookie and a butter cookie, sandwiched together with chocolate ganache in between.  A chocolate and cookie lover's delight. Of course, you can make them in any shape you choose, to fit any holiday or theme.
I suppose I could have even colored the white dough and made it pink/red, and used white chocolate and tinted it, but I thought for the first attempt I'd leave it as the recipe dictated.  You definitely know chocolate is involved when you look at these cookies.  They really are delicious!
I enjoyed making these and especially liked putting together the itty-bitty heart sandwich cookies made from the punched out middles of the big cookies. (Recipe at end of post.)

Speaking of CHOCOLATE...let's get on to the giveaway! I was puttering around in Trader Joe's last night with my husband, (Sadly, we resorted to this after we exhausted any other ideas for something to do, on the spur of the moment,  in this sleepy town), when I came upon some intriguing looking chocolate...upon closer inspection I actually got excited!
I told my husband that I would blog about this chocolate, but then my next thought was to buy a second set and have a giveaway!
The little information card tied to the top of the chocolate stack states: "Our Trader Joe's Chocolate Palette is an exotic display of colorfully wrapped distinctive origin dark chocolate.  Unlike traditional chocolates, these chocolates are made from cocoa beans that are sourced from a single plantation or region.  These high quality chocolates can be likened to a fine wine for chocolate lovers.  Our varietals contain a minimum of 60% cocoa and have unique flavor profiles." (Actually 6 out of 8 contain 70 % cocoa or above.) It goes on to describe the chocolate from each region:) 
The package is a total of 12.8 ounces. I need to think of something special to do with it...maybe a tasting table for Valentine's day:) One of you will need to think of something to do with it too!


GIVEAWAY ENDED!  Winner announced later today, 1/19!
This giveaway is open to everyone!  To enter:

1. Leave a comment.

2. If you are a follower(or become a follower), tell me in a second comment for a second chance.
Make sure that I can contact you(email address available) through your blog. If not, then leave your email address within your comment.

The giveaway will end on Wednesday, Jan 19th at noon, P.S.T.  and the winner will be chosen via random.org. 

GOOD LUCK to everyone!!! (I really wish I could send this to each of you!)


 Two-Tone Cookie Crinkles (From Better Homes and Gardens)

Ingredients
  • 1  cup  butter, softened
  • 1  cup  granulated sugar
  • 1  teaspoon  baking powder
  • 1/4  teaspoon  salt
  • 1    egg
  • 1  teaspoon  vanilla
  • 2-1/4  cups  all-purpose flour
  • 1/4  cup  unsweetened cocoa powder
  •     Chocolate Ganache
  •     Powdered sugar (optional)

Directions

1. Beat butter in a large bowl with an electric mixer on medium to high speed for 30 seconds. Add granulated sugar, baking powder, and salt. Beat until combined, scraping side of bowl occasionally. Beat in egg and vanilla until combined. Beat in as much flour as you can with the mixer. Stir in any remaining flour. Divide dough in half. Stir cocoa powder into one portion of dough. Cover and chill dough halves in the refrigerator for 1 to 3 hours or until dough is easy to handle.
2. Preheat oven to 375F. Roll each dough half to 1/8-inch-thickness on a lightly floured surface. Cut out dough with a floured 2-1/2-inch fluted square cookie cutter, or cut dough into 2-1/2-inch squares using a fluted pastry wheel. Use an hors d'oeuvre cutter to cut a 1-inch square, diamond, circle, or flower shape from the centers of half of cutouts of each color. Place cutouts 2 inches apart on ungreased cookie sheets.
3. Bake in preheated oven about 8 minutes or until edges are set. Transfer cookies to wire racks and let cool.
4. Spoon about 1 teaspoon Chocolate Ganache in centers of bottom side of each cookie without a cutout. Top each white cookies with a chocolate cookie with cutout, bottom sides down; top each chocolate cookie with a white cookie with a cutout, bottom sides down. If desired, sprinkle with powdered sugar. Makes 30 cookies.
5. Tip: For mini sandwich cookies, bake the center cutouts in the preheated 375F oven for 5 to 6 minutes. Cool cookies, then assemble by spreading ganache on half of the cookies and topping with remaining cookies to make sandwiches.
6. To store: Place unfilled cookies in layers separated by pieces of waxed paper in an airtight container; cover. Store at room temperature for up to 3 days or freeze for up to 3 months. Thaw cookies, if frozen. Assemble cookies with ganache, as directed. If desired, sprinkle with powdered sugar.
7. Chocolate Ganache: Heat 1/2 cup whipping cream in a small saucepan just until bubbles begin to form around edge. Stir in 4 ounces chopped high-quality bittersweet chocolate using a wire whisk until mixture is smooth. Cover and chill in the refrigerator about 30 minutes or until mixture mounds slightly. Makes about 3/4 cup.

These cookies are linked to the TASTY TUESDAYS bloghopHop on over and link up!

188 comments:

  1. Absolutely love these cookies, I also adore the polka dot fabric you used in your photo.
    SO lovely.

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  2. I'm a follower, and I'm going to share this on my FB.
    Thank you for such a wonderful giveaway

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  3. Chocolate cookies, AND ganache? MmmmmmMMMMM!!
    Definitely going to give these a try! Thanks for sharing these recipes, and such a great giveaway!

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  4. I'm also a new follower! Looking forward to seeing what's new on your blog!
    Will be posting about your blog on Facebook, and Tweeting it, too!
    Oh, and my email is biscottie67@yahoo.com :)

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  5. Wow those cookies are gorgeous! And the chocolate looks sooo yummy :) Thanks for this giveaway (and the lovely cookies!)
    Samantha xx

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  6. I wish I had time to bake such beautiful cookies!

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  7. These cookies are cute and beautiful. Nothing say "I love you" better than a kiss and a tray of yummy cookies!

    My email address is: amy [AT] utry [DOT] it

    Thanks for the giveaway!

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  8. Oh yes, I'm already your follower, a very happy one! ;)

    Email address: amy [AT] utry [DOT] it

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  9. Those itty bitty heart sandwiches you made are the ones I like best because they're just so cute and bite-sized.

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  10. Oh I love this giveaway! I LOVE your cookies. My favorites are the itty bitty ones! SOOO cute! Thank you for being so generous with chocolate!!

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  11. Sue, I always like visiting you in cookie heaven. These cookies are no exception in presentation and taste. Joni

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  12. Sue, I miss TJ a lot. My SIL in Arizona sent us some TJ items for Christmas. I think TJ is a perfect date. I am a follower. Joni

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  13. I'm a follower. And did I mention I really love chocolate;)

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  14. Wow.. chocolate on chocolate? The best idea ever!

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  15. I love the white and black cookies. It's so much more elegant than red and white or pink. And I love Trader Joe's. I wish we had one close to us.

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  16. I wouldn't want to miss one of your posts, so I am already a loyal follower.

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  17. My baker friend Scott told me about this recipe and your blog. VERY happy to find it. Now gonna have to see what I can whip up, and who's going to be the lucky recipients!! My email is rmrodriguesjr@gmail.com

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  18. I'm definitely going to try this recipe. They look so delicious!


    trinettechow@gmail.com

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  19. Just became a follower!

    trinettechow@gmail.com

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  20. They look delicious - as does the chocolate!

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  21. LOVE your cookies!
    What a fun giveaway thanks :) You're so sweet.

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  22. Of course I follow your blog, it's great and I look forward to each wonderful item you make.

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  23. Those cookies look amazing (as does the chocolate, which I'd love a chance to win if Canadians may enter)!

    ikkinlala AT yahoo DOT ca

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  24. Those cookies look great! Perfect for Valentines!

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  25. I am happy to be a follower!!

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  26. A great valentine treat to make. I love Valentines Day.

    katiemur@gmail.com

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  27. I am a follower.

    katiemur@gmail.com

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  28. The cookies look beautiful! I am ready to post Valentine's treats as well! I would love to win the chocolate! (Never can have too much of that!)

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  29. Taking advantage of my second entry becuase I totally follow you! :)

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  30. These are adorable...especially the little ones! Holiday baking is so much more fun...Can't wait to break out some V-Day recipes too!

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  31. Oh this is awesome, Sue! Thanks for letting me know about this. I subscribe to your blog, but have taken to only commenting every few days to make more efficient use of time. The contest probably would've been over by the time I saw it.

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  32. Just a second comment to let you know I'm a subscriber. And I really love the two-tone look of these cookies :).

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  33. Sue your cookies look amazing! You did a fantastic job. My kind of cookie definitely! And what a yummy giveaway! Chocolate + me = 12 step program =o)

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  34. And OF COURSE I'm a follower! I think your blog rocks!!!

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  35. Your cookies look absolutely amazing!

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  36. Also I am a follower :D
    iestherhuh@gmail.com

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  37. Chocolate . . . cookies . . . yes sign me in, they look delicious

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  38. already a follower, thanks for your recipes

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  39. I just discovered your blog through Megan's Cookin'. You have some amazing looking recipes here! :) My email is adb6{AT}humboldt{DOT}edu.

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  40. I just signed up to follow your rss feed. My email is adb6{AT}humboldt{DOT}edu.

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  41. You are not the only ones who hang out at Trader Joe's and consider it a fun date night ;) Funny thing is that we were just looking for dark chocolate there as well because it's one of the superfoods (just blogged about it ;) that we are trying to incorporate into our diet. Just gotta love Trader Joe's and your great giveaway...Thanks for sharing!

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  42. Thanks for another great cookie recipe and yes I'm a follower of your blog ;)
    Roberta
    rlphilbr13@aol.com
    http://con-tain-it.typepad.com

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  43. These cookies look amazing! I can't wait to try them.
    Jamie72281(AT)aol(DOT)com

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  44. These cookies look fabulous! wow that bunch of chocolate! I would love to receive some!

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  45. Aren't you on the ball to be thinking of Valentine's Day already?

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  46. I like a lot of your stuff because it's "do-able" (I don't love the kitchen.

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  47. I recently found your blog...and already I am in LOVE

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  48. I also became a follower! Like your blog and would love to win some Trader Joes chocolate, only time I get near a Trader Joes is when I travel two states away to visit friends!

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  49. How I do love chocolate! The cookies look great, too!

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  50. Awesome! I´d love to taste these chocolate and the cookies too!!!

    Thanks!

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  51. I follow on Google Reader

    Thanks!

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  52. I am follower! Love all your cute ideas!

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  53. These cookies look gorgeous. Bookmarked! I'd love to win this, since chocolate here is pretty limited!

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  54. They look lovely ... i love the little cookie sandwiches that u got from the cut outs, they look so dainty!

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  55. What a yummy giveaway, I do so love chocolates! Thanks for the chance.

    yumihamano@gmail.com

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  56. Aww these are gorgeous! I knew you'd make some gorgeous cookies for Valentines Day Sue! :D

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  57. Oh wow! I would love to try all these chocolates!

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  58. OOoooh!! Love everything about this post. (I also spread the word at EdibleCrafts)

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  59. The cookies and the chocolate look delicious :)

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  60. Sue, These cookies are so cute!! Happy Monday!

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  61. Ahh, I miss TJ's so much now that I'm in an area without one. Would love to win. Thanks!

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  62. The cookies look yummy. Might try strawberry instead of chocolate for a Valentines Gift

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  63. My name is Angela,this recipe looks delicious! Can't wait to try it!

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  64. Oh and I am a new follower. My email address is avenice@verizon.net. Thanks! Angela

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  65. I am a new follower.
    Hoary for chocolate recipes.
    kmanthony@gmail.com

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  66. We do not have a Trader Joe where I live but whenever I am traveling I make sure to visit one. I love that store.
    kmanthony@gmail.com

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  67. These cookies look fantastic. And you can never go wrong with chocolate from Trader Joe's!!!

    kelly heet at aol dot com

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  68. I once gave those chocolates as a gift but I never got to try any!

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  69. I'm a new follower too -
    palershade {at} gmail {dot} com

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  70. hi! i love your blog. what great munchkin ideas!!

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  71. Those cookies look delicious! Cute blog!

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  72. another yum post Sue!! I love all your stuff!

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  73. I'm a follower now of your blog too :-).

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  74. Thank you for a lovely recipe, can't wait to try them out. Also thank you so much for this great giveaway of what looks like very yummy chocolates.

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  75. ooooo, i'm gonna make these cookies!

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  76. Holy Cow! These cookies look AMAZING!!! I love Trader Joe's, I try to go there every time I am in Columbus!! Then add dark chocolate into the mix, and you are offering us a Perfect trifecta!!! Thank you!
    debpaint16@aol.com

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  77. just started following your blog and added it to google reader. i love your blog - so many yummy recipes and beautiful pictures!

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  78. I am also a New Follower of your blog!!
    debpaint16@aol.com

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  79. Beautiful cookies... and AWESOME giveaway!!! Would love to try those!!

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  80. I've always wanted to try TJ's chocolate, so pick me, pick me!!

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  81. CHOCOLATE! the single word in the English language that deserves all caps! Your cookies are gorgeous!

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  82. Wow!! I don't think I would find these in stores where I live. I'd love to win! Yum.
    Thanks for the delicious giveaway!
    shoushouchic[at]gmail[dot]com

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  83. I am following with Google Friend Connect.

    shoushouchic[at]gmail[dot]com

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  84. Also.. I follow on google reader

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  85. wow, those look delicious! A chocolate tasting party is such a great idea.

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  86. Nothing like puttering around Trader Joes! I'd like to have those chocolates WITH a fine wine! Pick me, pick me, pick me!

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  87. I just made chocolate cookies with a very very similar recipe. And then I used MINT chocolate ganache. SOO GOOD. But mine were ugly. Yours are adorable and I can't wait to make some cute little sandwich cookies with little heart cut outs!

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  88. I love chocolate, goodies & Valentine's Day! :)

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  89. I enjoy seeing your baked goods. You always have such cute display items.

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  90. These cookies are adorable and look scrumptious. I'm also totally digging this giveaway...how fun! A girl could always use a little chocolate in her life ;)

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  91. Your cookies are super cute as always. And thanks for the great giveaway!

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  92. Look at how many comments you have!!! Those are lovely cookies. I always come away from your blog inspired. It's time to get out the hearts!

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  93. I like the heart cookies! And the chance to win some chocolate!

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  94. I can't wait to make these cookies! They look so yummy.

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  95. love your blog and love this giveaway- thanks!

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  96. Those are so adorable! I love your presentation, the white-and-black effect...and I'm sure these are delicious too.

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  97. Love the itty bitty cookies. It's such a good way of putting the the punch outs to use. I think I probably would've re-rolled them. Now I know to save them for even cuter cookies.
    Trader Joes sounds like a great place. I have been planning a bucket list trip Stateside just to visit Williams-Sonoma and Sur La Table and now I will have to add Trader Joes.
    passionflouroven@gmail.com

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  98. Those cookies just look delicious.

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  99. ...and I just became a follower after discovering your blog this morning!

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  100. Thanks for the recipe and the cookies look yummy!!

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  101. I am a new follower! thanks for the giveaway. Love the blog.

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  102. Thanks for this great idea to make for my husbands office. They clean the plate when there's chocolate involved!
    Rita - Greer, SC
    rizita@yahoo.com

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  103. I found you today thru CraftGossip and I'm so glad to be a new follower!
    Rita-Greer,SC
    rizita@yahoo.com

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  104. Those cookies look amazing! And the chocolate... I love dark chocolate, and having such a variety would be a good reason to try some of the more exotic and complicated recipes in the chocolate cookbook I got for my birthday.

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  105. I signed up as a follower of your yummy blog too :)

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  106. Those cookies look fantastic! And the chocolate sounds great too :)

    xmeliss182x (at) yahoo (dot) com

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  107. I love the recipe, my daughter and me might try it this weekend. iowastarr1972@yahoo.com

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  108. What an absolutely delicious giveaway!!!

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  109. oh my...I bought one of these last month and it was wonderful. Would LOVE to try the rest..let alone it being chocolate!!

    bronxknits AT gmail DOT com

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  110. Chocolate and from Trader Joe's!!!! I want it!

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  111. Those cookies look yummy! and we love TJ's chocolate! Thanks!

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  112. I'd love to win! ash.deemers@gmail.com

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  113. Oh, and I am now a follower :) Looking forward to more inspirations

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  114. I am also a follower! ash.deemers@gmail.com

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  115. Oops, third time's the charm: email address ;)
    elena.tucker@sbcglobal.net

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  116. The cookies look yummy. I've had that chocolate from TJs and it is wonderful.

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  117. The cookies look delicious and I would love to try TJs chocolate!
    Thanks :)
    kimberlybreid @ hotmail.com

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  118. OMG CHOCOLATE, I live for CHOCOLATE. Idream CHOCOLATE, I eat CHOCOLATE. What else can i do with my good and faithful CHOCOLATE. Its always there for me, when i'm down and need a hug, it's there, when i'm up on my cloud it's there. I love it in any form. It's my good bestist friend in the world.

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  119. I am following - Thanks!
    kimberlybreid @ hotmail.com

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  120. These cookies look wonderful! And . . . I LOVE these Trader Joe's chocolates.

    denny1600 at gmail dot com

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  121. I'm following now, too!

    denny1600 at gmail dot com

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  122. I'm a follower too! I have to leave the COUNTRY to shop at Trader Joe's, although we did get a container of the addictive Laceys Cookies from our son who lives in San Francisco. How about opening up a store in Canada??
    Aleksa

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  123. You have got the cutest 5 Munchin's!!!

    These cookies are to die for....my daughter loves chocolate crinkles and will definitly love these.

    You have a variety of cookie receipes and have made me a "follower".

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  124. LOVE Trader Joe's! We just got one here in Lincoln, NE last month!
    Also, LOVE your ideas! So creative!

    pablolaura@hotmail.com

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  125. Oh, I love chocolate!!! Your cookies look delicious! And the chocolate looks awesome! I wanna win! ;-)

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  126. And yes, I am following you ... :-)

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  127. Yum! To your blog and TJ's Chocolates. TJ's is over 3 hours from me. Would love to win these.

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  128. These are absolutely beautiful!! I just got back from Trader Joe's with a heap of goodies, none of which included chocolate though... :P

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  129. And I am a follower, I just clicked follow just now but had a browse at your other posts and think I'm already hooked on your beautiful blog!

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  130. When my son lived in Atlanta we got to shop there! But now we have to wait for TJ to come to the KC area!! Please enter me in the giveaway...this would help us survive till TJ gets here!

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  131. Oooooh, single-region dark chocolate! That sounds like an excuse for a chocolate-and-wine tasting.

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  132. These cookies look and sound YUMMY!!! I love chocolate and any cookie made with chocolate is a must try. Also what a YUMMY!!! giveaway!!!
    heartnsoulcooking[at]gmail[dot]com

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  133. I'm a NEW!!! follow via GFC
    heartnsoulcooking[at]gmail[dot]com

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  134. I love chocolate, what a great giveaway!

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  135. I just became a follower on Google blogs.

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  136. Your cookies look fantabulous!!! (My husband and I always spend an evening at Trader Joe's when we are on vacation...)

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  137. Your cookies look delicious and so pretty!

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  138. Sounds like you need to come visit for a BYU reunion and ski with me!!!

    Your cookies are the most beautiful and inspiring in blogosphere. These are wonderful. I am going to have to try them! I think all the different sizes make them wonderful too.

    Look at how much people love chocolate, I can't believe the number of entries I have to compete against for the gourmet chocolate bars ( I really just need a Trader Joe's) but alas I will have to settle for my chance at 1 out of 165! Pick me, pick me!

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  139. Yes, I am a follower and would like to be put in for a 2nd try at the chocolate. What I would like more would be to be a neighbor and to get in on all of your goodie giveaways so that you don't have to eat all of the calories!!
    LOL
    (Jackie)

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  140. We don't have a Trader Joe's so it would be a treat to get to try the chocolates. Your cookies are perfect for Valentines!

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  141. I'm not entering the contest. Just wanted to tell you how pretty your cookies look and I bet they taste just as delicious!

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  142. I love any thing chocolate I am eating coconut chocolate bonbons now.Thanks for the giveaway

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  143. I am a follower also...Thank you for your blog

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  144. Chocolate is any woman's dream date. What a wonderful way to get a head start on Valentine's Day. Thanks for the opportunity to win this chocolate variety package. ladyjspice@aol.com

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  145. I love your two tone cookies. Very nicely done! cathyng_24@hotmail.com

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  146. I love the cookies! They look delicious! And, of course, anytime chocolate is involved, I'm in hook, line, and sinker!

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  147. Annnnd I also just followed you! My email is spaghetti_always_wins(at)hotmail.com

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  148. Sue I want these cookies! Ohh Printing recipe now.

    Laura

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  149. Fantastic! We won't have a Trader Joe's here in Kansas City until spring... would love to have a stack of their awesome tasting chocolate before the thaw! Thanks for the recipe and the giveaway.

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  150. I just bought cutters that would be perfect for these cookies!

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  151. I am a follower too ;*)
    shannondparker@yahoo.com

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  152. Chocolate is awesome Free chocolate is even more awesome!! darlabeck(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  153. These are beautiful cookies! I love them just as they are, no red and white required ;) Hugs! And I follow the one with the chocolate :)

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  154. I realize your give-away is closed but I just had to comment to say that I LOVE that you baked and put together the little heart cut-out of your (bigger) cookies! Too cute for words! I also LOVE Trader Joe's for a million reasons, (21-seasoning salute!!) but especially for their chocolate. We just found out on Saturday that we are FINALLY getting a TJ's near our home (about 40 mins away) and I am so excited I cannot stand it! Have you tried the mini chicken and cilantro wontons in the freezer section? TO DIE FOR!

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  155. Your Cookie Carnival cookies turned out gorgeous! Love the scalloped hearts!

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  156. i agree, this cookies were so good! chocolate is always good ;) i love the recipie

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  157. Love how you decorated and even sandwiched some of the tiny cut-out hearts. My creativity was wearing thin by the time I got to those. Yummy cookies, though. Really enjoyed them.

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