Sparkling Coffee Snowflakes

From Cook's Country | December/January 2011

Why this recipe works:

Microwaving the chocolate chips for these Sparkling Coffee Snowflakes proved faster and easier than using a double boiler. Turbinado sugar provided a faint molasses flavor and distinctive crunch, while a little espresso powder infused the Sparkling Coffee Snowflakes with the intense flavor of… read more

Microwaving the chocolate chips for these Sparkling Coffee Snowflakes proved faster and easier than using a double boiler. Turbinado sugar provided a faint molasses flavor and distinctive crunch, while a little espresso powder infused the Sparkling Coffee Snowflakes with the intense flavor of coffee.

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Makes 4 dozen cookies

Melt the chocolate, both semisweet and white, by microwaving the chips in small individual bowls until they're smooth, about 1 minute. Turbinado sugar is raw sugar with a faint molasses taste. It comes in large crystals that add crunch and sparkle to the snowflake cookies.

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