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    • Robin Matukewicz

      This white chocolate chip cookies recipe adds dried cherries and cashews to change up an old favorite while combining salty with sweet flavors.

    • Ari Williams

      White chocolate chip, cherry & cashew cookies

    • Anne Ominous
      • 3 years ago

      you read my mind.. haha i made cookies like these the other day but without cashews, with oats. i was hoping to replicate the magic with dark chocolate chips and apricots.. it was not as good, sadly

    • HomeMadeZagat
      • 3 years ago

      I am going to make these right now!! Excited!!!

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