Jumbo Pretzel M&M Cookies + A Giveaway!

I remember the first week when Pretzel M&M’s were on the market. It was basically a mad dash for the market to see who could buy them all first. Clearly I won. I stocked up on pounds and pounds of these little morsels of goodness and stashed them away in my pantry for a rainy day. Here’s the deal, Pretzel M&M’s are my jam. They are the perfect combo of sweet and salty and the bottom line is that you need them in your life.

Lucky for you, my friend Maria from Two Peas and their Pod has you covered! Maria and I have known each other for a few years now. She’s the first person I became friends with in the food blogging world and I can vividly remember our first Blogher Food conference together.  In fact without her, I wouldn’t have even made it to the conference since she found me a ticket at the last minute! She’s a total doll and I’m so excited for her because she has a gorgeous new e-cookbook out! Cookie Cravings. And when I say gorgeous, I really mean it! Heidi from Foodie Crush did all the photography for the book and it is beautiful. You literally turn each page and want to eat each and every cookie. You see, Maria is the cookie queen. That girl knows her cookies! And I’m a sucker for a good cookie! It’s one of the many reasons we get along so well :)

And I know that you guys are total cookie lovers too! That’s why today I am giving away 3 copies of Cookie Cravings!! All you have to do to enter is leave a comment on this post tell me your absolute favorite cookie in the whole wide world. I want details too! What makes that cookie your favorite cookie? Is it a gooey chewy cookie? Or a crisp one? Chocolate Chip? Molasses? There are just so many! So spill it in the comments and I’ll pick 3 winners on Friday at 11:00 pm PST!

Winners will get this fab e-book with tons of delectable recipes like, Triple Chocolate Oreo Chunk Cookies, Brown Sugar Maple Cookies, Lemon Drop Cookies and so many more!

And without further ado… here is one of my favorites from Maria’s new book!

Jumbo Pretzel M&M Cookies + A Giveaway!

Ingredients

  • 3 3/4 cups AP Flour
  • 1 1/2 tsp baking soda
  • 3/4 tsp salt
  • 1 cup butter, at room temp
  • 3/4 cup white sugar
  • 1 cup brown sugar
  • 2 large eggs
  • 1 1/2 tbsp vanilla extract
  • 1 1/2 cups semi sweet chocolate chips
  • 1 cup Pretzel M&M's
  • 1 cup chopped pretzels
  • sea salt for sprinkling

Instructions

  1. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees F. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper
  2. In a large bowl sift together the flour, baking soda and salt and set aside.
  3. In a stand mixer, combine the butter and sugars until smooth. About 3 minutes. Beat in the eggs and vanilla and scrape down the sides of the bowl as needed. Slowly add the dry ingredients to the wet ingredients and mix. Stir in the chocolate chips, pretzel M&M's and chopped pretzels.
  4. Using a 1/4 cup scoop, scoop the dough onto the baking sheets. 6 cookies per baking sheet since they are jumbo! Using the palm of your hand, flatten out the cookies a bit and sprinkle with a touch of sea salt.
  5. Bake the cookies for 12 minutes until the edges just barely turn golden brown. Remove the baking sheet from the oven and let the cookies cool for a few minutes before transferring them to a cooling rack. Repeat the process with the remaining dough.
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166 thoughts on “Jumbo Pretzel M&M Cookies + A Giveaway!

  1. My favorite cookies are White Chocolate Chunk Macadamia…sweet, a little gooey, melt in your mouth goodness!!!!!

  2. I’ll have to say Dishpan cookies, they are sweet.. crunchy… chewy.. just goodness through and through.. plus they travel well, I can mail them to soldiers overseas and they seem to hold up pretty well through the travels. You can add different things to make them special, cherries, M&M’s, chocolate, hmmm now I’m hungry for these.. gotta go make a batch!!

  3. My favorite all-time cookie are lemon sugar cookies, which I think are also from Maria’s blog. They are amazing! Perfectly chewy on the inside and crisp on the outside with the perfect blend of lemon, sugar and butter.

  4. i like my mom’s christmas sugar cookies. they are perfectly chewy with crisp edges, and have a maraschino cherry in the middle to boost the flavor.

  5. Thanks for a great giveaway!! My favorite cookies are classic chocolate chip cookies with peanut butter chips added in too! Yum!

  6. While I love a warm chewy chocolate chip cookie–I have been making Barefoot Contessa’s raspberry jam thumbprints lately and am obsessed! i can’t get enough of them!

  7. Favorite cookies in the world are from Levain bakery in NYC! I am still perfecting my own version, but they are always hot, melt-y and larger than life! Always, always worth a trip to their tiny bakery!

  8. Gingerbread! Uncommon choice, maybe but you must try this recipe! I started making them with my Mom every Christmas when I was absolutely head-over-heels-IN-LOVE with my American Girl Doll Kirsten! She “has” a recipe collection that includes a recipe Pepparkakor Cookies — the ginger flavor comes through very softly. I’ve included the recipe below :)

    Ingredients:
    1 cup butter
    3 1/4 cups flour
    2 teaspoons baking soda
    2 teaspoons cinnamon
    1 teaspoon ginger
    1 1/2 teaspoon ground cloves
    1 1/2 cups sugar
    1 egg
    2 tablespoons maple syrup
    1 tablespoon water
    Extra flour for rolling out dough

    Directions: (3 dzn cookies)
    1. Set butter aside to soften to room temp.
    2. Sift into a medium mixing bowl the flour, baking soda, cinnamon, ginger, and cloves into sifter. Set bowl aside.
    3. Combine sugar and softened butter into a large mixing bowl. Press them against the side of the large mixing bowl, and then stir.
    4. Add the egg, maple syrup, and water to the butter and sugar mixture. Beat the mixture until it is fluffy.
    5. Stir the dry ingredients into the mixture 1 cup at a time. Mix well after each cup.
    6. Cover the bowl with the plate, and chill for one hour to make the dough easier to roll out and handle.
    7. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees. Have an ungreased cookie sheets ready to use.
    8. Sprinkle flour onto a table or counter and spread it around evenly with your hands. Cover the rolling pin with flour to keep the dough from sticking.
    9. Divide the dough into two balls. Flatten the first ball and roll it from the center to the edges. Try to make the who piece about 1/8 inch thick.
    10. Use cookie Cutters to cut out shapes that are about the same size. Put the cookies 2 inches apart on the cookie sheets.
    11. Bake the cookies for 8 to 10 minutes, until they are lightly browned on the bottom. Watch the cookies carefully. They Burn easily.
    13. Enjoy! YUM :)

  9. My favorite cookie is a toss-up between snickerdoodles and my dad’s chocolate chip cookie recipe (have to be made by him, too!)

  10. My favorite sentimental cookies are rasin-filled cookies. My mom only makes them at Christmas and they always remind me of my dad and grandpa – I believe the recipe came from my great grandma. But, for just plain cookie goodness – I’ll take an oatmeal chocolate chip cookie, please.

  11. My favorite all time cookie is just a plain chocolate chip cookie fresh from the oven. I like to take them out right before they are done so it will be soft and gooey!

  12. My favorite cookies are the homentashen I make with my grandmother every Purim. They’re my favorite not only because of the tradition aspect, but there is lemon and orange zest and juice in the dough that makes it irresitible raw, let alone cooked! Mixed with jam or chocolate chip fillings, these cookies are to DIE for.

  13. My favorite cookie is the “Neiman Marcus” Cookie. Chocolate chip with espresso basically but so decadent! Urban legend has it a waiter at a Neiman Marcus cafe told a woman the cookie was, “Two-fifty” and she (rightfully so) interpreted that as: $2.50. Upon receiving the bill she realized she was charged $250 and in revenge sent out the recipe to everyone she knew. A delicious cookie and a little gossip – what more could a girl want??

  14. Iced oatmeal. Absolutely no raisins. Just cinnamon-y, oatmeal-y goodness, dressed with classic white vanilla frosting. Chewy but not gummy. Simple but not boring. One bite leads to another, another leads to the whole bunch. Whoops.

  15. My ultimate most favorite cookie of all time is a white chocolate sugar cookie with a hint of cinnamon. Most amazing soft cookie ever and to add a little crunch sometimes I add chopped salted peanuts. I love sweet and salty!!!

  16. Monster cookies would have to be my favorite kind of cookies. I love the fact that you can stick anything in ‘em and I love their name. Usually, I put oatmeal, chocolate chips, mini M&Ms and mini butterscotch chips. I’m drooling now…thanks :) YUMMMM!

  17. Favorite – cracked cookies. I love them moist on the inside and a tad crispy on the outside. I love the powder sugar on top. It gives it that extra sugar kick.

  18. I love a chocolate chip shortbread style pan cookie I make. You pat it in the pan and when it cools break it apart. I have never figured out what it is, but there is some addictive quality in it that makes me need to come back for another and another and another. Usually I like cookie dough more than the actual cookie, but with these I can’t stop.

  19. I just bought a bag of these yesterday!!! I think I now have a plan for them!!! <3<3<3

    Jennifer

  20. My favorite is a chocolate cookie with peanut butter cup chunks or(PB cup baking chips)
    I LOVE peanut butter cups in their original form but adding to a cookie is a double bonus!
    Texture is Soft and gooey, when they are warm and you bite into them the chocolate and peanut butter ooze together. mmm!

  21. I love all cookies, but never had a favorite…until now. Pretzel M&Ms are my personal kryptonite- with shame I admit that when they first came out, I was eating around 4 bags a day. I needed an intervention. And once I bake these cookies today, I may need another intervention.

  22. By far, the best cookie ever is a coconut macaroon, with or without Craisins…….so stinkin’ yummy!!!! Okay, chocolate chips cookies are wonderful too!!!!

  23. My favorite cookie is a Double Chocolate Mint Cookie. Nestle used to make mint chocolate chips that were amazing, and this was the recipe on the back of the bag. They’ve since stopped, but I can still make them almost perfectly with semi-sweet chocolate chips and a ton of peppermint extract. They are thing, but chewy and gooey. Slightly crispy on the edges, better at room temperature than right out of the oven. Perfect for winter, as they were traditionally a Christmas cookie in my house. Best served with a glass of milk, and you better believe Santa was always one lucky guy in my family. :)

  24. My favorite cookie is oatmeal raisin – a big, chewy oatmeal raisin to be exact! Of course, Nutella Choc Chip is a rising star in my book too!

  25. I just love me a crispy at the edges, goey in the middle, with or without nuts, hot out the oven, sometimes pizzookie, chocolate chip cookie.

    i’m not big on cookies with m&ms, but when you put in pretzels….mmmmm

  26. My fav cookie is shortbread cookies made by this little cookie shop. Light, buttery and heavenly. Love!

  27. Peanutbutter Cookies. A nice buttery one that just dissolves in your mouth after a big crunch when you bite into it!

  28. Lemon bars are my favorite cookie. Buttery crust, tart filling, powdered sugar sprinkled on top – yum!

  29. My favorite cookie is toffee bitter brickle. Sweet, melt-in-your-mouth toffee, in a chewy pull apart cookie. Heaven in a dessert.

  30. My faaaaavorite cookie is a big soft oatmeal raisin cookie–the kind that’s perfect for dipping in your tea on a rainy afternoon when you’re snuggled on the couch with a bunch of DVRd TV shows and your comfiest yoga pants. Cookie perfection. :)

  31. Since I was very young–and that was looonnng ago—my favorite has been Chewy Oatmeal Raisin Cookies. OOOH, just thinking about the chewy bite rimmed by a bit of crisp makes me want to swoon. These days, I do rationalize–oatmeal is good whole-grain fiber and raisins are fruit…well, there are a few other ingredients I try not to think about. If I make them, they quickly disappear!

  32. My favorite cookie is the Chocolate Rolo Cookie! With each bite you not only get the chocolate cookie, but also the warm yummy rolo tucked inside….heaven!

  33. Chocolate chip cookies are my favorite! Crispy, chewy, thin or cakey…I love them all. But they’re always the BEST right out of the oven or when mom makes them :)

  34. If I have to pick one, it would be White Chocolate Macadamia with half of it dipped in milk chocolate! The chewy goodness, the crunch of the macadamia and the white and milk chocolate are pure heaven!

  35. My absolute FAVORITE cookie is Martha Stewart’s Chewy Chocolate Gingerbread Cookies!! The fresh (yes, fresh!) ginger, the chocolate chunks, the molasses…. oh these gooey, chewy babies are just divine. I get requests for them every year around the holidays and they please everyone so I have to keep a secret stash just for me!

  36. My favorite cookie is oatmeal chocolate chip. Soft, delicious, and chocolaty – but they still feel kind of healthy! Haha!

  37. This is a tough one! I love my Grandma’s ginger cookies – so chewy and they have that great crunchy sugar on the top but a chewy chocolate chip cookie is always wonderful. I could go on and on…but my faves are just about all chewy cookies instead of crispy/crunchy!

  38. I looove Snickerdoodles. Just like how my mom makes them. Undercooked. I think the secret to making perfect cookies to to remember that she still cook once you take them out of the oven. So when they almost look done you take them out!

  39. Boy, don’t get me started. So many cookies that I like so I’ll just choose the cookie I’ve been making frequently and that’s Baking Bites “Really Good Chocolate Chip Cookies”. By far, the best I’ve made in that particular category of just a regular chocolate chip cookies. Crisp on the outside and soft on the inside.

  40. Chocolate Salted Caramel Shortbread Cookies are my current favorite. I love the crunchy, buttery bottom and the smooth, chocolate caramel topped with a sprinkle of salt. They are dangerously addictive.

  41. I am drooling looking at these gorgeous photos. My favorite cookie? I can choose…no really I can’t. I had monster cookies for the first time a couple of years ago, and fell in love with them. My friend made them for me and I could not stop eating them. However, I love biscotti too. I like the crunchiness of them, but I hate crisp chocolate chip. My favorite biscotti? Hands down it is peanut butter rosemary. I love the flavor combination. They are a fabulous little treat, especially with morning coffee or afternoon tea.

  42. It’s hard to choose, but I think my very favorite is a Jumbo Cranberry Oatmeal White Chocolate cookie.

  43. My favorite is Paneras Chocolate Mint Crinkle Cookies. They are crunchy on the outside and soft in the middle with a very rich chocolate and perfect amount of mint flavoring. YUM!

  44. My favorite cookies are the oatmeal chocolate chip cookies that the Doubletree Hotel gives you. I have been trying to copy that recipe for years!!

  45. My all time favorite is the vegan chocolate chip cookies they used to serve at my college. They were made with bananas and had a crispy on the outside, yet gooey on the inside kind of texture. To die for.

  46. My favorite cookie is my mother-in-law’s monster cookies – she cuts up caramels (store bought) and puts them on top of the cookies before baking and oh my gosh – it is the best thing to hit your mouth.

    But really – I love pretty much any cookie that’s fresh and homemade. None of that store bought garbage!

  47. Mmmm, I love Maria’s cookie recipes! My all time favorite cookies are salted white chocolate craisin – it’s the prefect combo of salty and sweet. I’m excited to try this recipe, it also looks like it will satisfy my cravings for salty and sweet! Yum!

  48. My sister and I made chocolate cookies stuffed with a caramel and topped with sea salt last year for Christmas and they are still one of the first cookies that come to mind when someone asks me my favorite cookie recipe. Delicious!

  49. My favorite cookie is chocolate chip with the little toffee bits in them. The kids call them “candy cookies”.

  50. I love cookies…they are my most favorite baked goodie. My favorite cookies are my grandma’s Cream Cheese Press Cookies. They are so light, slightly crisp on the edges and full of sweet cream cheese goodness!

  51. Chocolate chip cookies that are flat and a little underdone so they have some chew but are still gooey…

  52. It is a butterscotch cookies, a little past chewy with oatmeal and lovely butterscotch chips. If you bake them just right they have a little crisp on the outside.

  53. My absolute favorite cookie is a fresh from the oven ooey,gooey, and chewy chocolate chip cookie! I should go make some NOW!

  54. My all-time favorite cookies are my spin-off of PW’s monster cookies… they are simply amazing! Crispy on the outside, chewy on the inside, and jam-packed with delicious treats, like m&m’s, pb cups, chocolate chips, almonds, hazelnuts, oatmeal, and rice krispies… mmmmmm!!!

  55. My favorite cookie is from my grandma. Called Chocolate Cookies. Only 6 ingredients. Have to beat the eggs and sugar for 10-15 minutes. Crispy on the outside and gooey on the inside. Brings back lots of memories.

  56. Chocolate crinkles. Just soft enough and the powdered sugar to make you lick your lips after eating one (or many).

  57. My favorite cookies is my Mom’s chocolate chip cookie recipe. There are walnuts in it and I’ve just never had a better tasting chocolate chip cookie. It’s the first recipe I learned how to make. Mmm, mmm!

  58. My all-time favorite cookie is oatmeal raisin with cinnamon. I like them so they are crispy with just a little bit of softness on top.

  59. Oh totes – my go to, easy, can make ‘em in my sleep, favorite recipe is oatmeal, double chocolate chip (milk/dark), dired cranberry cookies. Sweet/tart/chewey heaven. Family(boys) LOVE.

  60. A fresh chocolate chip cookie right out of the oven – still with that doughy texture and the (dark) chocolate melty. Maybe with pecans for crunch!

  61. I’m not sure you can call them “cookies” per se, but every year for Christmas, my mom makes 7-layer bars–graham chracker crust, sweetened condensed milk, chocolate chips, white chocolate chips, pecans, and coconut (okay, so maybe 6 layers). They taste good cold or warm, but when warm, they fall apart, all gooey with the milk and the chocolate making a layer of sweetness… Shoot. I might have to go make some now…

  62. Mine is chocolate chunk and walnut cookies. I love them crisp with gooey bits of chocolate and the buttery crunch of walnuts. A good sprinkle of sea salt would elevate them to a heavenly status!

  63. There is a delicious rosemary shrortbread that I found that is so buttery and perfect. They are great right out of the oven, maybe even better the next day and even 3 days later, they still are slightly crisp and still soft inside. Not too sweet either. Just perfect!

  64. My fav cookie is a chocolate chip walnut cookie that is soft & gooey in the middle, yet crisp on the outside …YUM!!

  65. My favorite cookie is chocolate chip. There is a local bakery that has the best version. The cookie isn’t overly sweet and they use high quality chocolate. The cookie is thick with the perfect chewy texture. This bakery sprinkles sea salt on top providing the sweet salty combo that can’t be beat. I bake several versions of chocolate chip cookies, but this bakery’s version is the best!

  66. Peanut butter cookies, every time. And plain, with nothing added to mar the perfect peanut buttery-ness of them. They have to be slightly underbaked too so they’re a bit smooshy. And, in a pinch, if there’s no pb or someone’s allergic, oatmeal cookies with any combination of the following: chocolate chips (white preferably), toffee pieces, dried cranberries….om nom nom.

  67. My absolute favorite & most amazing cookies in the world would have to be Chocolate Crinkles! The bonus is that they sort of decorate themselves! They are a deliciously soft, fudge-like cookie that are encased in a generous coating of confectioners sugar. The name “Crinkle” probably refers to how the powdered sugar “crinkles” or “cracks” as the cookies bakes, revealing a little of the chocolate underneath. This must be why they are often referred to as “Black and Whites”. I love to eat these Chocolate Crinkles warm from the oven when they are so wonderfully soft and just seem to melt in your mouth :)

  68. My fav are cherry dark chocolate walnut cookies, the balance of flavors are great and I can pretend they are a bit healthy with the walnuts in them ;)

  69. hmm… I love Orange Cookies. A little flat, a little fluffy, with a nice citrus glaze on top. They’re so refreshing, it doesn’t seem like you’re over-eating, so you can have even more!

  70. I’d have to say a good chocolate chip cookie. I love to use semi sweet chocolate, cut into chunks. The outer a bit crispy with a chewy centre… oh yum! The best part about making your own cookies is licking the bowl, beaters, and fingers, getting to use the highest quality of ingredients, and eating them warm right out of the oven with a coffee. So guess what I’ll be making this afternoon :)

  71. My favorite cookie is oatmel chocolate chip. I just love the combo they make in a chewy soft cookie!!

  72. My favorite cookie is Panera’s Toffee Nut. It’s chewy, buttery and has bits of fabulous toffee and brazil nuts.
    Oh my gosh – I want one now!! I want to try to recreate them at home, but then again that could be very dangerous :)

  73. oh my, I think my favorite is oatmeal! You can dress it up or leave it original and still great! My biggest reason tho I think is because my mom started making them for , not as a kid but as an adult when I would come to visit, and I now always make them for my grands when they come to visit!

  74. Oh gosh. Chocolate Chip cookies are the best. I absolutely love them. They’re simple but when made just right they are amazing!

  75. My all-time, resistance-is-futile, favorite cookies are Snickerdoodles. I have loved them since childhood. My grandmother used to make a variety of cookies and Christmas and serve them on a platter. I would pick through all of them to find the Snickerdoodles which were buried beneath other, more colorful, holiday cookies. I absolutely adore their cracked appearance, and crunchy, cinnamon-sugary crunchiness, which contradicts the soft center. It’s sweet bliss!

  76. My favorite cookie is my grandmother’s cutout sugar cookie. She used to make them for me every year, but now I carry on the tradition. They are thin, crispy, and buttery good. Plus you can make them into ANY shape you want and decorate them with ANY colored sugar. Endless fun and now I’m craving them!

  77. I absolutely love oatmeal chocolate chip, preferably with milk chocolate (although cookies in general are by far my favorite dessert/treat). The oatmeal chocolate chip cookies I make are fairly crispy and the oatmeal does a good job of balancing the rich sweetness. I try other versions everywhere I go and I’ve only ever found one bakery whose cookie rivaled my own. They eventually published a cookbook that included the recipe and it was my exact recipe!! I consider that proof that mine really are the best! :-)

  78. I never met a cookie I didn’t like, but plain shortbread is hard to beat. Butter, flour and a little sugar, what more do you need.

  79. One? That,s tough. I am constantly eating peanut butter and chocolate chip cookies that taste like shortbread. I even went so far to add some nutella to it. I have to stop baking them because I am Soooo weak. Jen

  80. I can’t believe I’ve never had a cookie with pretzels in it. It’s shameful, I know. So I’ll have to make these cookies ASAP.

    As for the giveaway question, my favorite cookie has to be the snickerdoodle. Nice, simple, cinnamon sugar goodness.

    Thanks for the awesome giveaway, Gaby!

  81. Chocolate chip coconut cookies with dark chocolate chips (60% cocoa) and made with real butter. Toasting the coconut is a nice touch (instead of using it straight out of the package).

  82. I most often crave a chewy, soft, almost under-baked oatmeal dark chocolate chunk cookie (my husband add dried cranberries which is delicious). But there’s something about lace cookies that I just love, too!

  83. My absolute favorite cookie in the whole wide world is an uncooked one! Forget chewy or gooey, give me the dough! :) :)

  84. I make a delicious oatmeal chocolate chip. They are gooey because I take them out of the oven early. Then I dip them in melted semi sweet chips. Chocolate overload. Sometimes I even double dip them. YUM!

  85. My favorite kind of cookies are soft sugar cookies! I especially love them smothered in a delicious creamy frosting! Lately I am also loving this certain recipe for oatmeal chocolate chip cookies! They are best after about 2 days…so soft and chewy! I want a cookie right now!!

  86. I’ve got to say, I absolutely love all kinds of cookies! My favorite one though has got to be my mom’s peanut butter chocolate chip cookies. I don’t know how she makes them so special, maybe it’s because I’ve enjoyed them my whole life, maybe it’s because pretty much the only cookies she ever made were peanut butter, or peanut butter chocolate chip, maybe it’s the memories of taking them to elementary school every year for different parties in a 1 Gal ice cream bucket. My best memory of them though has got to be the year she made a big double batch for my 7th birthday sleepover party, and our oven got hit by lightening (welcome to Florida in August) & she had to cook all of them, 6 at a time, in our little toaster oven! Mmm big chunky peanut packed, chocolate chip cookies, bursting with peanut butter flavor.. gonna call up moms now and ask her to make some for my next visit!

  87. My favorite is chocolate chip cookies, but with 1/3 less chocolate chips than the recipe calls for in traditional Toll House cookies. Too many chocolate chips can ruin a good cookie. Leave out the nuts in this version also. Served fresh out of the oven with a glass of milk…..Heaven.

  88. lemon and white chocolate. it’s a recipe for a thin, somewhat soft lemon cookie I found (can’t remember where) and I added a handful of white chocolate chips to the batter, and a bit more flour so keep them from spreading as much and not be too thin. I love the softness, the lemony taste and the white chocolate just kills me.

  89. I am going to have to make these cookies real fast. I am on my way to the market to get the ingredients that I lack in my kitchen. I just know that everyone will love them as much as I imagine I will enjoy taking the first bite.

  90. My favorite cookies are soft chocolate chip cookies with about 1/2 a cup of extra chips than the recipe calls for… then just undercooked and served with a GIANT glass of milk. YUM!

  91. I’m sure it’s too late for me to win Maria’s book, but I’m excited for her e-publishing debut! How exciting. And you pretty much can’t lose with pretzel chocolate m&m cookies. I mean, seriously. They would be my jam too if I could just eat this computer screen! Oh wait, I can make my own? Awesome!!!!

  92. PB cookies with chocolate chips…PB and chocolate are the best combination so you can’t beat these cookies.

  93. I gotta say tiger cookies are so far my favorite cookie…They combine frosted flakes and a chocolate vanilla swirl, and the frosted flakes add a nice crunch!

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