Ready in 1 hour 10 minutes
These great cookies have a brownie type taste with a gooey caramel chocolatey center from the Rolos.
"A friend gave us this recipe, and it is one of the best cookies we've ever had. They are great right out of the oven warm and fresh, but they also taste incredible the next day etc... They are a little labor intensive (have to unwrap each rolo and roll them in batter etc...) but they are so worth it!"
Mix sugars, baking cocoa, margarine, vanilla, and eggs. Once it's all mixed add the flour and the baking soda. Refrigerate dough for 30 minutes. Roll dough around Rolo (should be about the size of a ping pong ball) and roll in sugar (extra white sugar, not from main ingredients). Place on ungreased cookie sheet and bake at 375 for 7-10 mins. You can usually tell when they are done when the tops are starting to crack.
Golizliz 2y agoI was excited to try this, but didn't work out for me. I used Hershey's cocoa powder (which is prob why it tasted bland?) and followed directions to a tee. No one in the fam seemed to have liked it...except for biting into the caramel part of the cookie
melarky 2y agoIt's baking soda
Sandi77 2y agoI have a question regarding the soda. Is it soda water or baking soda? If can anyone help me out, I'd appreciate it!!
Jenwren 2y agoTook these to a Christmas cookie exchange! They were a hit.
dbussen001 2y ago
McLellanCM 2y agoSoooo good, especially fresh. Serve a few with a scoop of vanilla ice cream for a Pizookie like dessert
Jmavro 2y agoI made these for a BBQ, everyone loved them, adults and kiddos! Definitely a hit!
daniel95 2y agoVery good and my family wouldn't stop eating them
Sherryje 2y agoAmazing and highly addictive I only needed just over 2 cups of flour tho but they were fantastic and they stayed soft for days
courtneyharp78657 2y agoThese cookies are amazing and the actual name of them is the million dollar cookies