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Make It Yours Cookie Recipe - Double Chocolate Toasted Almond

Make It Yours Cookie Recipe - Double Chocolate Toasted Almond

Make this soft and delicious cookie with Country Crock's Make It Yours™ cookie recipe base

One easy recipe, all the cookies you can dream up! Make this soft and delicious cookie with Country Crock's Make It Yours™ cookie recipe base.

Notes

Tip: For inspiration for other delicious mix-ins, see our Make It Yours Cookie Recipe.

Ingredients

  • 1 Cup butter, such as Country Crock® Spreadable Sticks or Tub
  • 3/4 Cups granulated sugar
  • 3/4 Cups firmly packed light brown sugar
  • 1 large egg
  • 1 large egg yolk
  • 2 Teaspoons vanilla extract
  • 3 Cups all-purpose flour
  • 1 Teaspoon baking powder
  • 3/4 Teaspoons salt
  • 1/4 Teaspoon baking soda
  • 1 bar (4 ounces) bittersweet chocolate, chopped
  • 1 bar (4 ounces) white chocolate, chopped
  • 1/2 Cup toasted slivered almonds

Servings48

Calories Per Serving123

Folate equivalent (total)25µg6%


Double Chocolate Toasted Almond Clusters

Double Chocolate Toasted Almond Clusters are so very easy to make and yet look super elegant and gift worthy! Toasting the almonds takes a little extra time and effort, but so worth it for the extra flavor and crunch. Toast them ahead of time, if you want, while baking dinner one night or another batch of goodies. Only ten minutes in a 350 degree oven makes a big difference.

When adding white melting chocolate to slow cooker, break into pieces at the score. Or some brands come in little “cubes” in individual cups. Easier to melt than a big chunk. Baker’s German Chocolate is a sweet baking chocolate – also scored to break into easy to melt chunks. The chocolate chips add a different flavor to the mix. I have also used dark chocolate chips–but I like dark chocolate. Use the low setting on your slow cooker. Your mileage may vary – it took just a little over an hour to melt and mix the chocolate and I stirred about every 15 minutes. You can drop the almond chocolate mixture onto parchment paper with a cookie scoop or a tablespoon for large clusters. We like the smaller clusters (about a teaspoon and a half) dropped into candy cups. Just the right size for a sweet bite – and the paper keeps your fingers clean! Great gift any time of year!


Double Chocolate Toasted Almond Clusters

Double Chocolate Toasted Almond Clusters are so very easy to make and yet look super elegant and gift worthy! Toasting the almonds takes a little extra time and effort, but so worth it for the extra flavor and crunch. Toast them ahead of time, if you want, while baking dinner one night or another batch of goodies. Only ten minutes in a 350 degree oven makes a big difference.

When adding white melting chocolate to slow cooker, break into pieces at the score. Or some brands come in little “cubes” in individual cups. Easier to melt than a big chunk. Baker’s German Chocolate is a sweet baking chocolate – also scored to break into easy to melt chunks. The chocolate chips add a different flavor to the mix. I have also used dark chocolate chips–but I like dark chocolate. Use the low setting on your slow cooker. Your mileage may vary – it took just a little over an hour to melt and mix the chocolate and I stirred about every 15 minutes. You can drop the almond chocolate mixture onto parchment paper with a cookie scoop or a tablespoon for large clusters. We like the smaller clusters (about a teaspoon and a half) dropped into candy cups. Just the right size for a sweet bite – and the paper keeps your fingers clean! Great gift any time of year!


Double Chocolate Toasted Almond Clusters

Double Chocolate Toasted Almond Clusters are so very easy to make and yet look super elegant and gift worthy! Toasting the almonds takes a little extra time and effort, but so worth it for the extra flavor and crunch. Toast them ahead of time, if you want, while baking dinner one night or another batch of goodies. Only ten minutes in a 350 degree oven makes a big difference.

When adding white melting chocolate to slow cooker, break into pieces at the score. Or some brands come in little “cubes” in individual cups. Easier to melt than a big chunk. Baker’s German Chocolate is a sweet baking chocolate – also scored to break into easy to melt chunks. The chocolate chips add a different flavor to the mix. I have also used dark chocolate chips–but I like dark chocolate. Use the low setting on your slow cooker. Your mileage may vary – it took just a little over an hour to melt and mix the chocolate and I stirred about every 15 minutes. You can drop the almond chocolate mixture onto parchment paper with a cookie scoop or a tablespoon for large clusters. We like the smaller clusters (about a teaspoon and a half) dropped into candy cups. Just the right size for a sweet bite – and the paper keeps your fingers clean! Great gift any time of year!


Double Chocolate Toasted Almond Clusters

Double Chocolate Toasted Almond Clusters are so very easy to make and yet look super elegant and gift worthy! Toasting the almonds takes a little extra time and effort, but so worth it for the extra flavor and crunch. Toast them ahead of time, if you want, while baking dinner one night or another batch of goodies. Only ten minutes in a 350 degree oven makes a big difference.

When adding white melting chocolate to slow cooker, break into pieces at the score. Or some brands come in little “cubes” in individual cups. Easier to melt than a big chunk. Baker’s German Chocolate is a sweet baking chocolate – also scored to break into easy to melt chunks. The chocolate chips add a different flavor to the mix. I have also used dark chocolate chips–but I like dark chocolate. Use the low setting on your slow cooker. Your mileage may vary – it took just a little over an hour to melt and mix the chocolate and I stirred about every 15 minutes. You can drop the almond chocolate mixture onto parchment paper with a cookie scoop or a tablespoon for large clusters. We like the smaller clusters (about a teaspoon and a half) dropped into candy cups. Just the right size for a sweet bite – and the paper keeps your fingers clean! Great gift any time of year!


Double Chocolate Toasted Almond Clusters

Double Chocolate Toasted Almond Clusters are so very easy to make and yet look super elegant and gift worthy! Toasting the almonds takes a little extra time and effort, but so worth it for the extra flavor and crunch. Toast them ahead of time, if you want, while baking dinner one night or another batch of goodies. Only ten minutes in a 350 degree oven makes a big difference.

When adding white melting chocolate to slow cooker, break into pieces at the score. Or some brands come in little “cubes” in individual cups. Easier to melt than a big chunk. Baker’s German Chocolate is a sweet baking chocolate – also scored to break into easy to melt chunks. The chocolate chips add a different flavor to the mix. I have also used dark chocolate chips–but I like dark chocolate. Use the low setting on your slow cooker. Your mileage may vary – it took just a little over an hour to melt and mix the chocolate and I stirred about every 15 minutes. You can drop the almond chocolate mixture onto parchment paper with a cookie scoop or a tablespoon for large clusters. We like the smaller clusters (about a teaspoon and a half) dropped into candy cups. Just the right size for a sweet bite – and the paper keeps your fingers clean! Great gift any time of year!


Double Chocolate Toasted Almond Clusters

Double Chocolate Toasted Almond Clusters are so very easy to make and yet look super elegant and gift worthy! Toasting the almonds takes a little extra time and effort, but so worth it for the extra flavor and crunch. Toast them ahead of time, if you want, while baking dinner one night or another batch of goodies. Only ten minutes in a 350 degree oven makes a big difference.

When adding white melting chocolate to slow cooker, break into pieces at the score. Or some brands come in little “cubes” in individual cups. Easier to melt than a big chunk. Baker’s German Chocolate is a sweet baking chocolate – also scored to break into easy to melt chunks. The chocolate chips add a different flavor to the mix. I have also used dark chocolate chips–but I like dark chocolate. Use the low setting on your slow cooker. Your mileage may vary – it took just a little over an hour to melt and mix the chocolate and I stirred about every 15 minutes. You can drop the almond chocolate mixture onto parchment paper with a cookie scoop or a tablespoon for large clusters. We like the smaller clusters (about a teaspoon and a half) dropped into candy cups. Just the right size for a sweet bite – and the paper keeps your fingers clean! Great gift any time of year!


Double Chocolate Toasted Almond Clusters

Double Chocolate Toasted Almond Clusters are so very easy to make and yet look super elegant and gift worthy! Toasting the almonds takes a little extra time and effort, but so worth it for the extra flavor and crunch. Toast them ahead of time, if you want, while baking dinner one night or another batch of goodies. Only ten minutes in a 350 degree oven makes a big difference.

When adding white melting chocolate to slow cooker, break into pieces at the score. Or some brands come in little “cubes” in individual cups. Easier to melt than a big chunk. Baker’s German Chocolate is a sweet baking chocolate – also scored to break into easy to melt chunks. The chocolate chips add a different flavor to the mix. I have also used dark chocolate chips–but I like dark chocolate. Use the low setting on your slow cooker. Your mileage may vary – it took just a little over an hour to melt and mix the chocolate and I stirred about every 15 minutes. You can drop the almond chocolate mixture onto parchment paper with a cookie scoop or a tablespoon for large clusters. We like the smaller clusters (about a teaspoon and a half) dropped into candy cups. Just the right size for a sweet bite – and the paper keeps your fingers clean! Great gift any time of year!


Double Chocolate Toasted Almond Clusters

Double Chocolate Toasted Almond Clusters are so very easy to make and yet look super elegant and gift worthy! Toasting the almonds takes a little extra time and effort, but so worth it for the extra flavor and crunch. Toast them ahead of time, if you want, while baking dinner one night or another batch of goodies. Only ten minutes in a 350 degree oven makes a big difference.

When adding white melting chocolate to slow cooker, break into pieces at the score. Or some brands come in little “cubes” in individual cups. Easier to melt than a big chunk. Baker’s German Chocolate is a sweet baking chocolate – also scored to break into easy to melt chunks. The chocolate chips add a different flavor to the mix. I have also used dark chocolate chips–but I like dark chocolate. Use the low setting on your slow cooker. Your mileage may vary – it took just a little over an hour to melt and mix the chocolate and I stirred about every 15 minutes. You can drop the almond chocolate mixture onto parchment paper with a cookie scoop or a tablespoon for large clusters. We like the smaller clusters (about a teaspoon and a half) dropped into candy cups. Just the right size for a sweet bite – and the paper keeps your fingers clean! Great gift any time of year!


Double Chocolate Toasted Almond Clusters

Double Chocolate Toasted Almond Clusters are so very easy to make and yet look super elegant and gift worthy! Toasting the almonds takes a little extra time and effort, but so worth it for the extra flavor and crunch. Toast them ahead of time, if you want, while baking dinner one night or another batch of goodies. Only ten minutes in a 350 degree oven makes a big difference.

When adding white melting chocolate to slow cooker, break into pieces at the score. Or some brands come in little “cubes” in individual cups. Easier to melt than a big chunk. Baker’s German Chocolate is a sweet baking chocolate – also scored to break into easy to melt chunks. The chocolate chips add a different flavor to the mix. I have also used dark chocolate chips–but I like dark chocolate. Use the low setting on your slow cooker. Your mileage may vary – it took just a little over an hour to melt and mix the chocolate and I stirred about every 15 minutes. You can drop the almond chocolate mixture onto parchment paper with a cookie scoop or a tablespoon for large clusters. We like the smaller clusters (about a teaspoon and a half) dropped into candy cups. Just the right size for a sweet bite – and the paper keeps your fingers clean! Great gift any time of year!


Double Chocolate Toasted Almond Clusters

Double Chocolate Toasted Almond Clusters are so very easy to make and yet look super elegant and gift worthy! Toasting the almonds takes a little extra time and effort, but so worth it for the extra flavor and crunch. Toast them ahead of time, if you want, while baking dinner one night or another batch of goodies. Only ten minutes in a 350 degree oven makes a big difference.

When adding white melting chocolate to slow cooker, break into pieces at the score. Or some brands come in little “cubes” in individual cups. Easier to melt than a big chunk. Baker’s German Chocolate is a sweet baking chocolate – also scored to break into easy to melt chunks. The chocolate chips add a different flavor to the mix. I have also used dark chocolate chips–but I like dark chocolate. Use the low setting on your slow cooker. Your mileage may vary – it took just a little over an hour to melt and mix the chocolate and I stirred about every 15 minutes. You can drop the almond chocolate mixture onto parchment paper with a cookie scoop or a tablespoon for large clusters. We like the smaller clusters (about a teaspoon and a half) dropped into candy cups. Just the right size for a sweet bite – and the paper keeps your fingers clean! Great gift any time of year!