There is a cookie that is sold by Randall's (Tom Thumb) supermarkets that I have seen in other stores as well. I am looking for the name of this cookie so I can search for a recipe.
It's a rich, dark, chocolate cookie that has a crisp, crackle-y surface...almost like the surface of brownies, but not flaky. I Googled "crinkle cookie" but the version I love does not have powdered sugar on it.
Anyone know what I'm talking about?
Is this what you looking for:
Chocolate cake mix cookies are like that.
There are several threads on them, if you're interested.
It sounds similar to a crackle cookie - wonder if you could coat it with cocoa rather than PS.
You my dear are looking for "Ultimate double chocolate cookie" and here is the link to that recipe, http://www.randalls.com/IFL/Grocery/Recipe-Search?contentURL=http%3A%2F%2Fsafeway.baking.net%2FRecipe%2FDetail.aspx%3Fnprid%3D15097#iframetop They are my absolute favorite, crispy outside chewy inside. Great recipe, enjoy!
Oh WOW ~ thank you so much, raquel1! I had no idea that Randall's had recipes on their website. LOL
Thank you everyone for your wonderful suggestions!
Time for me to get baking!
Now I'm craving them too, you know what I'll be doing this weekend, blowing my diet!