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 Post subject: Mexican Chocolate Snickerdoodles!
PostPosted: Tue Jul 17, 2012 11:12 am 
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 Post subject: Re: Mexican Chocolate Snickerdoodles!
PostPosted: Tue Jul 17, 2012 1:44 pm 
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mmmmmmmmmmmm. I am going to have to make those.


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 Post subject: Re: Mexican Chocolate Snickerdoodles!
PostPosted: Tue Jul 17, 2012 5:01 pm 
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They went over really well! I was flipping through looking for interesting cookies to make and when I saw cayenne pepper in the ingredients list there wasn't really any choice left in the matter


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 Post subject: Re: Mexican Chocolate Snickerdoodles!
PostPosted: Tue Jul 17, 2012 9:27 pm 
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Yum, those look beautiful. I love those cookies and everyone who has tried them is always super impressed, even people I would never guess would like them.


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 Post subject: Re: Mexican Chocolate Snickerdoodles!
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Those are so beautifully cracky


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 Post subject: Re: Mexican Chocolate Snickerdoodles!
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The recipe is from VCIYCJ, but it is also reproduced here:
http://www.theppk.com/2009/09/mexican-h ... erdoodles/


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 Post subject: Re: Mexican Chocolate Snickerdoodles!
PostPosted: Wed Jul 18, 2012 5:50 pm 
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They cracked so perfectly! I can never get them to crack quite that well.


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 Post subject: Re: Mexican Chocolate Snickerdoodles!
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I'm scared to try these BECAUSE of the cayenne. I can't even fathom how that would taste with chocolate and I'm afraid I won't like them and will feel like I wasted ingredients... :-/

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 Post subject: Re: Mexican Chocolate Snickerdoodles!
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butterbobbin wrote:
I'm scared to try these BECAUSE of the cayenne. I can't even fathom how that would taste with chocolate and I'm afraid I won't like them and will feel like I wasted ingredients... :-/


It will taste DELICIOUS.

It's a really cool way of eating chocolate...

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 Post subject: Re: Mexican Chocolate Snickerdoodles!
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these are amazing! definitely my favourite cookie


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 Post subject: Re: Mexican Chocolate Snickerdoodles!
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I suppose I could do a half-batch, too. Then if I really hate them I won't kick myself. :-p And if I end up loving them, wonderful.

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 Post subject: Re: Mexican Chocolate Snickerdoodles!
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butterbobbin wrote:
I'm scared to try these BECAUSE of the cayenne. I can't even fathom how that would taste with chocolate and I'm afraid I won't like them and will feel like I wasted ingredients... :-/


I dunno, I kind of found the cayenne was more of an aftertaste. Like, it was delicious chocolate and then a moment after there was kind of a kick.

Also, I didn't even do anything special to make them crack! That doesn't just happen naturally?


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 Post subject: Re: Mexican Chocolate Snickerdoodles!
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Beautiful cookies and beautiful cracks = delicious taste :D
Yep, I want to make one of them and try them personally. They simply look amazing!


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 Post subject: Re: Mexican Chocolate Snickerdoodles!
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These are some of my favorite cookies. We always make them when people come to dinner!

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 Post subject: Re: Mexican Chocolate Snickerdoodles!
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These cookies are pretty spicy - if you have heartburn, I would consider cutting down on the cayenne. They are delicious and addictive, but I felt like they were going to burn a hole straight through my stomach (and I don't usually have trouble with heartburn).


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 Post subject: Re: Mexican Chocolate Snickerdoodles!
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solipsistnation wrote:
butterbobbin wrote:
I'm scared to try these BECAUSE of the cayenne. I can't even fathom how that would taste with chocolate and I'm afraid I won't like them and will feel like I wasted ingredients... :-/


It will taste DELICIOUS.

It's a really cool way of eating chocolate...



They are delicious but you could also cut back on the cayenne a bit if you want.

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 Post subject: Re: Mexican Chocolate Snickerdoodles!
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I think I've made a million of these over the past few years. My husband's family begs me for them every fall. I use half of the suggested cayenne amount and they are still plenty spicy! The full amount was too spicy for me, but I don't like that type of spicy. They always crack perfectly too! Great cookies!

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 Post subject: Re: Mexican Chocolate Snickerdoodles!
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mmm, these are some of my favourite cookies. Mine always crack perfectly and the cayenne somehow makes the fruity notes in chocolate pop.

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 Post subject: Re: Mexican Chocolate Snickerdoodles!
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butterbobbin wrote:
I'm scared to try these BECAUSE of the cayenne. I can't even fathom how that would taste with chocolate and I'm afraid I won't like them and will feel like I wasted ingredients... :-/


How do you feel about ginger? Ginger and chocolate could work well together, and I don't think the ginger would compete with the cinnamon at all. You'd still get that back of the throat burn, but without the heat of the cayenne. As someone else said, you could try half a batch, just to test the waters.

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