This is a childhood fave of mine. I have many memories of these cookies…in particular, my mom would always make these for my elementary school classroom treat. LOVE THEM! We call them waffle cookies, but I would also call them turtle cookies (because their shape is similar to a turtle).
Make these—THEY ARE AWESOME!
1 cup white sugar
1 cup brown sugar
1 cup butter
1 cup evaporated milk
3 squares chocolate, melted
2 tsp. vanilla
3 cups flour
Using a mixer, cream together white sugar, brown sugar, and butter. Add evaporated milk, beaten eggs, melted chocolate, vanilla, and flour.
|And yes...the batter tastes as good as it looks!|
Drop by teaspoon on hot waffle iron, close and bake for a couple of minutes. Frost while hot with powdered sugar frosting (butter, powdered sugar, and cocoa).
|My mom's retro waffle iron works the BEST for these cookies!|
|Ready for frosting|
Crafty G-Ma brought these cookies to the cabin (my request) and they lasted two days! They were a major hit…great for night eating! Yes--Steve and I are fans of fourth meal (notice--very few quantum leap posts...major leap fail happening!)