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January 28, 2012

Brownie Cookies

Brownie Cookies

Thomas went to the gym with David a few weeks ago and came home with this recipe.
Only my son could spot a cookie recipe - even at the gym.

The gym has several recipes laying out each week - I notice Thomas didn't pick up the gazpacho or stewed tomatoes recipes.

He's been asking me to make these for awhile and I decided to for a get-together we're going to tonight.

If made with reduced-fat margarine and egg substitute, then each cookie is 69 calories.
I used the real stuff so there's no telling how many calories are in ours.  Oh well.

You start by creaming margarine and white and brown sugars together in a mixer. 
Then add your eggs or egg substitute and beat well.

In a separate bowl you combine your dry ingredients and then add it to the margarine/sugar/egg mixture, combining well.  Stir in the mini chocolate chips and you're ready.

The dough is thick and rich and smells delicious.

Then place tablespoons full of dough on an ungreased baking sheet and cook at 375* for 6 minutes.
Press the dough down slightly with your fingertips.
The cookies don't spread much at all so you can cook lots at once.

The cookies are rich and very soft.  Delicious!

Double click to print as a 5x7 recipe card.


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