These fudgy and chewy Chocolate Crinke Cookies are a delicious treat at Christmas!
It is important to use pure icing sugar in this recipe, so make sure you check the ingredients on the packaging. Some types of icing sugar contain starch or other ingredients to make it softer or less lumpy. If your icing sugar is very fine and doesn’t need to be sifted, chances are that it is not pure icing sugar. If you use anything other than pure icing sugar for coating these cookies, you might find that the cookies will not turn out the same – the icing sugar may turn a pale yellow instead of remaining white.
The cookies will keep well for about 5 days in a covered container.
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