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Cookies that are so chunky you may just need to eat them with both hands.
I remember when I was a young girl my dad introduced us to Monster Cookies. He worked at a home for troubled kids and they would make these yummy cookies for them. Instead of monster cookies, they should be called “all but the kitchen sink” cookies haha!
So, I was delighted when I came across this holiday version of Monster cookies. They contain red and green candies and pretzels. Yummo!
I’m super excited that I came across this recipe over on the 5 Dollar Dinners Blog! If you’d like to get the details on how to make this wonderful recipe please hop on over to the next page for a complete list of ingredients and instructions. Enjoy!
Recipe and image courtesy of 5 Dollar Dinners.
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Quick Tip: These cookies freeze well.