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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!



READER'S COMMENT:
"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

01/06/2012
Anonymous

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?

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12/19/2011
Anonymous
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!

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Anonymous wrote 1 year 15 weeks ago

You could make these heart

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

12/13/2011
Anonymous

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

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12/10/2011
Anonymous
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.

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12/06/2011

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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