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Mrs. Fields Cranberry White Chocolate Cookies Recipe
Mrs. Fields Cranberry White Chocolate Cookies
By Todd Wilbur

Recipe Type: Cookies
Calories: 120
Cook Time: 25 minutes
Recipe Rating: 4.9 (23 reviews)
 
Cranberries, white chocolate chips, walnuts, and rolled oats come together and party on in this recreation of a cookie that's not only great for the holidays but will also turn the regular days into something special. As with any proper Mrs. Fields cookie clone, these cookies will, at first, seem underdone when they come out of the oven. But when the cookies cool down -- as cookies will do -- prepare to be tempted by a couple dozen sweet, circular masterpieces of taste bud joy with slightly crispy edges and soft, gooey centers.

Source: "Top Secret Recipes Unlocked" by Todd Wilbur.

1 cup (2 sticks) butter, softened
1 1/2 cups light brown sugar
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Sophie  
Submitted on: 05/28/07
These were delicious! Made them a bit smaller so they were more bitesize. Perfect!
Beth Smith  
Submitted on: 03/28/07
A HIT! I made these along with chocolate chip cookies and these went WAY faster. Everyone loved them...including me.
Angie  
Submitted on: 01/30/07
I made these for Christmas and wanted to take them home! And, the cutest part, my husband keeps bragging to our friends about them. I've always made homemade cookies...but these really made a huge impact on him!
Kimberly  
Submitted on: 01/12/07
These are absolutely fabulous!!! They disappear faster than I can make them! I've also tried milk chocolate and dries cherries instead of the white and cranberry. Really great!!! Thanks!
Sandy  
Submitted on: 12/27/06
Wow Oh Wow! These are wonderful!! Great dipped in coffee, too. I used King Arthur Whole White Wheat flour instead of all Purpose, worked great!
Denise  
Submitted on: 12/22/06
I made these cookies for work, there wasn't crumb left. A+
Bette Pemberton  
Submitted on: 12/20/06
I thought this recipe was good, but too sweet for my taste...1 1/2 cups brown sugar plus 1/4 granulated sugar, and the white chocolate chips...I will make it again, but use less sugar.
Kristie  
Submitted on: 12/19/06
Excellent! Follow the directions exactly and you'll get big, beautiful cookies, great for the holidays or any time. These will be on my Christmas Cookie platter, and I will definitely make them again!
Janice  
Submitted on: 12/19/06
These cookies are awesome! The 1/4 cup portion gives a nice size cookie with just the right consistency...crisp edges & chewy inside as promised! Great!!!!
David  
Submitted on: 12/19/06
These are delicious!!!
Chefbunny  
Submitted on: 12/19/06
Great recipe for holiday cookies! I swapped dried cherries for the cranberries and pecans for the walnuts. They were wonderful. Also used a smaller scoop and cooked them for 10 minutes. Perfect texture.
Jeri  
Submitted on: 12/18/06
These were one of the best cookies I have ever baked. I used the smaller scoop and baked them for 10 to 12 minutes. They were crisp on the outside edges and chewy in the center. Awesome!
barbara  
Submitted on: 12/18/06
Fantastic cookie!!!
Debbie  
Submitted on: 12/17/06
OMG!!! I think I died and went to heaven. These cookies are SO GOOD! I've been looking for something to replace the old chocolate chip cookie...and I think this is it. Even my husband, who doesn't like nuts, enjoyed these cookies. I wanted to get more than 2 dozen cookies, so I made them smaller than the recipe says and cooked them a little less time...about 11 minutes. GREAT COOKIE!!!
Colleen  
Submitted on: 12/17/06
***** This is my new favorite cookie recipe, outstanding flavour.
Trish  
Submitted on: 12/16/06
I bake a lot, and have tried a lot of Top Secret recipes. This one's a winner! The cranberries aren't too much at all, not like raisins tend to be.
Gayanne Nelson  
Submitted on: 12/16/06
Fantastic!!!!!!My friends raved about these cookies!!!
Alison  
Submitted on: 12/14/06
Excellent cookies!!! I will make them again and again!
dkjm28  
Submitted on: 12/14/06
Very good. I did not use 1/4 cup of batter for each cookie, rather the medium size cookie scoop from pampered chef. I baked for only 10-12 minutes. Yummy!!!!
murph  
Submitted on: 12/14/06
I made this tonight and they are great. Make sure you don't go over 14 minutes, or they will be dry.
Nora Morris  
Submitted on: 12/14/06
Excellent. One of the best recipes I have tried.
iwaslookin  
Submitted on: 12/13/06
These are great!
Gretchen  
Submitted on: 12/12/06
Outstanding. Very good.