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16 comments to “Peace”

  1. I don’t know if I can be friends with you anymore, with all the mean things you are saying about chocolate. And we had just gotten started….so sad.

  2. Oh, Steph..I am tolerant, very tolerant. I’ll even bake you (and the boys) some chocolate cookies!

  3. It’s blasphemous to say such things about chocolate. Is it just chocolate foods you’re opposed to or your chocolate twin?

  4. The cookies look incredible. And I’m with you on the chocolate. I’d much rather choose something with nuts or dried fruits. Happy New Year!

  5. Erikka- Ha. You know I’m not opposed to you, and like I said: there are some good chocolate desserts.

    Hayley- Thanks, and Happy New Year! Keep up the good work over at Buff Chickpea!

  6. I feel the same way about chocolate. I like it just fine. But love it over butter and caramel (especially butter and caramel???). Oh hell no. If you say these cookies are worth it then I trust you.

  7. tim popped a few of these in the oven for me after a VERY chilly day on the town. complimented by the perfect cup of tea by Bryan, it was a perfect end to a delightful day. oh wait..i think tim and bryan pushing my car out of the parking spot was actually the end of the day. anyway..although I’m not a chocolate-hater like some of you, I don’t usually choose chocolate-chocolate cookies…but these were GREAT….as are most things tim makes.

  8. do you like spicy? last time i added a little cayenne and it gives it an interesting third act.

  9. If you can’t stand light brown sugar would dark demerra sugar be an okay option or would it change the flavour in the wrong direction?

  10. Hi David: I do like Spicy, and that sounds like a really good idea.

    SMM: I really don’t think you’ll notice what type of sugar is in these. It doesn’t stand out against all of the chocolate. But that being said, I also think that darker sugar might be okay. Different, but okay. I’m always in favor of trying, if you do let me know how it works!

  11. I finally made these incredibly rich cookies today. Oh my! The three of us ate them with total glee and delicious delight.

    Molding them into the logs was strange as was finding a thin knife that would cut through the frozen logs. All worth it.

  12. Love your blog. (Found you through Edward Droste of Grizzly Bear, he tweeted your website link. Very exciting for me.) This was the first recipe I tried; I needed a crowd-pleasing cookie recipe and this certainly delivered! Thanks so much. :)

  13. Amandolin says:

    July 5th, 2011 at 10:50 am

    Just tried these cookies for our July 4 barbeque and they are probably some of the best cookies I’ve ever had. The skeptical looks I got when I said they’re “world peace” cookies turned into “oh, oh yes, I can see why”s every time.

  14. milly vanilla says:

    December 4th, 2011 at 2:52 pm

    Please make MORE recipes without chocolate! My disabled son has severe Crohn’s disease and can’t eat chocolate anymore. EVERYTHING has chocolate!!! (I enjoy chocolate!)

  15. Sorry everyone…… nothing can beat a fruit cake, fruit and nut cake cake AND NO HORRIBLE ICING. Always carefully it off even as a young child.
    Keep those lovely fruit cakes and bars coming please and, many thanks to Lottie and Doof!

  16. Paige Reader says:

    December 20th, 2015 at 11:32 am

    I don’t have the time or patience to do the roll-into-a-log thing and wait 3 hours. So I roll all the dough out into a big square and bake it in one whole jelly roll pan. When cool, I cut into squares and serve with vanilla ice cream. World Peace brownies. Alternatively, you could use a ravioli cutter to cut.