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They're Good: Chocolate Log Cookies Recipe for Serious Eats

Usually, logs are the following: big, heavy, and wood. (At least that's what the classic cartoon show "Ren & Stimpy" taught me.) But these ones, which are actually chocolate cookies made to look like logs, are better than bad—they're really good.

Though they might resemble baby Bûche de Noëls, these sweet treats are all cookie: a deep, dark, chocolaty crumbly and buttery cookie smothered in chocolate frosting. Add some easy decorating touches with writing icing for the log's cross-section, and the tines of a fork to form a bark texture, and you've got a treat that is as adorable as it is sweet.

For the full entry and recipe, visit Serious Eats!

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Reader Comments (2)

But does it roll down stairs alone or in pairs? Over your neighbor's dog? ;)
July 5 | Unregistered CommenterEB
its great for a snack and fits on your back. its log log log.

Very cute by the way.
July 5 | Unregistered CommenterBri

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