A lady at my Grandsons school, brought these to the Christmas party. They are so good, everyone was asking for the recipe. She gave us the ingredients, although not how much, or how to put together. I went on the internet for Christmas cookies, and found this one. it sounds just like hers. it is a rich cookie, you probably won't want to eat more than one or two at a time. I can't wait, to make them
Heat oven to 350*F. Line 36 mini muffin cups with mini foil candy cups (1 1/4"). In large bowl, stir cookie base ingredients until dough forms. Press about 1 TBS. dough into each foil cup. Bake 8to9 min. or until puffy and set. cool completely, about 30 min. remove from pan.
In small bowl, mix filling ingredients until well blended. press about 1 tsp. mixture on top of each cooled cookie.
In 1-qt. saucepan, heat whipping cream just to boiling over low heat, stirring occasionally; remove from heat. Stir in 1 cup of chocolate chips. Refrigerate about 30 min. or until cooled. spread about 2 tsp. chocolate mixture over each cookie cup.
Place remaining 2 TBS. chocolate chips and 1 Tbs peanut butter in a resealable plastic food-storage bag; seal bag. Microwave on high 30-60sec or until softened; knead to mix. cut off small tip from one corner of bag. Squeeze bag to drizzle chocolate over each cookie cup. Refrigerate about 30 min. stored in refrigerator.
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