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Blueberry & White Chocolate Chunk Ginger Cookies

December 2006

Your rating: None Average: 4.3 (220 votes)

These easy cookies are a real snap to make - just stir and bake.



READER'S COMMENT:
"These are so wonderful. I added in about 1/2 cup unsweetened coconut. I also didn't have wheat germ. I should have cut down on the sugar, they are so sweet. But they are very good. I think I could cut the sugar down to 1/2 cup and use...
Blueberry & White Chocolate Chunk Ginger Cookies Recipe

27 Reviews for Blueberry & White Chocolate Chunk Ginger Cookies

02/13/2014
Anonymous
Very Yummy!

I'm not a ginger person so I nixed all the ginger and added 2 lemons worth of zest :) super yummy!

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09/28/2013
Anonymous

These cookies are easy and good. I enjoyed making them and also eating them!

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09/28/2013
Anonymous

These cookies are easy and good. I enjoyed making them and also eating them!

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07/31/2013
Anonymous

Help! My cookies did not flatten like the ones in the photo. What am I doing wrong?

Any ideas would be welcomed!!

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9 comments

Anonymous wrote 4 weeks 1 day ago

You probably used too much

You probably used too much flour by not measuring correctly. To correctly measure the flour, stir the flour in its bin and then spoon the flour into your measuring cup without compacting it. Then level off the top with a straight edge such as the side of a knife (not the top or bottom because they are usually curved). That should fix your problem.

Anonymous wrote 21 weeks 3 days ago

mine neither!

mine neither!

 
aiagallo wrote 45 weeks 38 min ago

Mine didn't flatten either :(

Mine didn't flatten either :(

01/12/2013
Anonymous

I haven't actually tried these yet because I want to know how many calories are in each cookie, does
s anyone know!

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Anonymous wrote 1 year 17 weeks ago

at the bottom of the article

at the bottom of the article it says 114 calories per cookie

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