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Have you been searching for a great cookie recipe that’ll wow you and your guests? Look no further because this is it! These white chocolate cranberry cookies would work particularly well for a holiday treat, though with that flavor, you could enjoy them most any time of year.
Believe it or not, I was not as familiar with the white chocolate cranberry flavor combination as I was with the white chocolate raspberry one, prior to baking some of these. I have to say, it works out nicely – richly sweet, with just the right amount of tartness from the cranberries to put everything in balance. The addition of cornstarch to the dough ensures that the cookies will remain soft, even the next day. And the use of dark brown sugar instead of light brown gives the flavor of the cookies that much more depth and ensures that they have a more chewy, less crispy texture.
Recipe and photo courtesy of Sally’s Baking Addiction
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