Boot Tracks

November/December 2007

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Patti Anderson, a professional quilter, had never entered a cooking contest before she took our challenge. This quick, no-fuss, chewy chocolate cookie is made on your waffle iron. No need to haul out the big mixer, you can mix the batter with a small hand mixer or even by hand. Kids love these!

"to the asking about serving size, nutrition info is below recipe per cookie. Nutrition Per cookie: 63 calories; 4 g fat (2 g sat, 1 g mono); 18 mg cholesterol; 7 g carbohydrates; 1 g protein; 1 g fiber; 22 mg sodium; 18 mg potassium. "

25 Reviews for Boot Tracks


What a cool recipe! It makes me want to go out and buy a waffle iron right now! These can only be stored for one day? Why is that?

Very Well Recieved!

I was dubious about this recipe at first - It isn't the most appealing cookie to look at ;]] But, I have a fried who recently suffered from a heart attack and I wanted to send him something that was still Christmas'y' but not terribly horrible for his new heart healthy diet. At first I thought that the cookies were a little bland, but the flavor sticks with you - expecially if you use the espresso powder - and they are great with a tall glass of milk. My dad and co-workers ADORE them! And, next time (but not for my heart healthy friend ;] ) I am going to try adding some chocolate chips...Great recipe, overall!

Quick, Easy, and Delicious
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Anonymous wrote 1 year 51 weeks ago

You could make these heart

You could make these heart healthy by adding dark chocolate chips.


these are really cool they are so simple and delious i made them for a camping trip,..HIT

boot tracks

These are pretty good, and definitely easy, but they seemed to lack a rich chocolaty flavor. I used the peppermint drizzle (without the green food coloring) and it definitely added flavor and pizazz! I will be making them again, but I'll try it with more cocoa.


We call these Waffle Cookies, we have been making these since the 70's and our kids ask for them every year.


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