Cinnamon chip cookies
I spotted this recipe for cinnamon chip cookies on Not Quite Nigella’s site a few months ago. Finally got around to trying it out after receiving a lovely parcel from Kathy (very tolerant sis-in-law who fell victim to my shopping requests on one of her US trips). They were a little bit cake-like for my taste and too sweet (despite reducing the amount of sugar in the recipe as I always do for American recipes). I have to admit that I am not a huge fan of biscuits or cookies though…freshly baked cake, pastries, puddings are where my fault line runs. So I may not be the best judge of these cookies. Tara and Andrew loved them and quickly ate their way through the whole batch. Sam found it too sweet for his taste and a bit too much cinnamon. So next time I think I will leave out the egg, reduce the sugar some more and cut back on the cinnamon that I used to roll the dough in before baking.
Definately a nice change to chocolate chip biscuits though so worth a try. NQN also has a tip for making cinnamon chips with white chocolate for those of us without access to the Hersheys version.