White Chocolate Cranberry Macadamia Nut Cookies


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Back to what we're all here for, the recipes. Today's is one of my favorites. These little beauties were perfect in every way. I couldn't believe how moist and tasty they turned out! The tart of the cranberry really balanced out the sweet of the chocolate. And well, I love macadamia nuts so they were just the cherry on top of the sundae. Depending on how sweet you like your cookies you can add anywhere from 1/2 the bag of chips to the whole thing. I added half and it was plenty for me. Scott said I should have added the whole thing; he really likes his chocolate. Either way, I know you'll be reaching for seconds with these tasty morsels.

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Alright, here's what you'll need to bake up a batch of these tasty treats.


1 Stick of Butter, Softened

1/2 Cup of Brown Sugar
1/2 Cup of White Sugar
2 Eggs
1/2 tsp of Almond Extract
1/2 tsp of Vanilla Extract
1/8 tsp of Salt
11/2 Cups of Flour
1/2 tsp of Baking Soda
3/4 Cup of Dried Cranberries
1/2 Cup of Roughly Chopped Macadamia Nuts
1/2 Pkg of White Chocolate Chips


Drop the butter and the two sugars into your mixer and cream them up good.



Now add in your eggs, and both extracts. Mix it up well.



Add in the salt and flour and mix it up. Now add in the soda and mix it up one more time.



Finally, throw in your nuts, berries, and chocolate and mix it up by hand.



Drop your dough in tbsp size balls onto your baking sheet. You can grease up your sheet or use parchment paper (love the stuff).



Throw them into your oven preheated to 35o degrees for 8 to 10 minutes. When the edges are a light golden brown pull them out and bask in their delicious, oh so tasty glory.



Just try to resist.



Grab a Copy of the Recipe HERE.



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Homemade Caramel Corn
Amaretto Banana Bread
Rhubarb Cream Pie

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