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A question about a recipe: Double Chocolate Espresso Cookies

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I have a question about the recipe "Double Chocolate Espresso Cookies" from KelseyTheNaptimeChef. Can you make LARGE cookies using this recipe? I'd like to make 1 cookie out of 3 regular size cookies. How might this affect cooking time?

asked by Trena over 1 year ago
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added over 1 year ago

You can always make a larger cookie out of a smaller -- adjusting both the cooking time and temp. For this particular cookie, try 325 for 18 to 20 minutes. Look at them -- you should be able to tell if they are done to your liking or not (my family likes cookies slightly "raw" to my mind; I like them cooked all the way through, so you need to look to determine if done or not). If not, keep looking at 2 minute intervals.