- 1 cup butter (softened)
- 1 cup sugar
- 2 large eggs
- 2 teaspoons pure vanilla extract
- 2 1/4 cups all purpose flour
- 1 teaspoon baking soda
- 1/2 teaspoon salt
- 1 cup chocolate morsels (white)
- 1 cup dried cranberries
PER SERVING *
|Calories240Calories from Fat120|
|% DAILY VALUE*|
|Calories from Fat120|
|% DAILY VALUE*|
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
smithredhawk . 23 Jul
Excellent cookies! I followed the recipe exactly and the cookies tasted great.
Elaine Victor 25 Mar
I didn’t have white chocolate and couldn’t imagine milk chocolate with cranberries so just added milk chocolate chips. Cookies are good and very easy but had an odd after taste. Might be because of my deviations though.
abi 23 Mar
Left out the chocolate chips and replaced the baking soda with 3x as much baking powder and they were still very good
Andrea Grigsby 1 Feb
I made these cookies to use up some dried cranberries that I didn’t want to go to waste. Everyone absolutely loved them!
Saundra W. 29 Dec 2017
These cookies were very easy to make and tasted delicious. My family loved them!
Patty M. 28 Dec 2017
Great recipe! Comes together quickly, perfect blend of sweet and tart. Will definitely make this again and often!
Joanna 25 Dec 2017
Very light and delicious! !😁
Shannon K 24 Dec 2017
these came out great!
Lori A. 23 Dec 2017
Great cookie. A new favorite
Tiffany R. 23 Dec 2017
Lovely recipe. I had a lot of compliments from my coworkers when I made it for them. Just enough balance of sweet and tart.
Gabrielle 22 Dec 2017
Loved this! It was very easy to make and tasted so good. Thank you for sharing!
Erin K. 21 Dec 2017
They were delicious they turned out flatter then the picture but they tasted amazing! I added chopped pecans and the crunch factor was good!! I will make these again!
Vicky Sagar 20 Dec 2017
These were super easy and turned out fantastic! I used the Stevia brown sugar mix instead of regular sugar just to save a few carbs/calories and still great! Great alternative to all the chocolate, peppermint, eggnog type of holiday cookies 👍🏽
Donna Stahel 19 Dec 2017
Easy to make and quick to disappear! Everyone loved them.
Meghan P. 18 Dec 2017
Good cookies! Easy to make. I had the same problem with them turning out big & flat & not like the picture. After making them a few times, I found that you should make the balls of cookie dough smaller, closer to 1TBSP, not 2TBSP and they start coming out more like the picture. In other words, bigger balls makes the cookies flatten out. Luckily, they still tasted pretty good either way.
Kayla Zaretzki 18 Dec 2017
Great! 9 mins was perfect for cooking they were delicious
Sarah 17 Dec 2017
Very easy to make! Was going to add drizzle of chocolate or white chocolate to fancy it up, however they were sweet enough without. Kept plain, look just like picture - (I rounded the dough with my hands to make a small ball for each cookie)
Rosemarie A. 16 Dec 2017
These cookies came out really good I didnt have white chocolate chips so I used mini chocolate chips instead and still came out good
jess 14 Dec 2017
Good cookies!! But my cranberries look more like raisins
master b. 13 Dec 2017
Mine didn’t look like the picture either and I followed the directions to a tee. But are very yummy and I would make again
Lauren Parsons 11 Dec 2017
Not as chunky as the picture but they taste great!
Julie Walden 9 Dec 2017
Linda, 375 for 9 minutes. I will be adding these to my list of goodies this year.