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    Chocolate

    Everyone's fantasy, lucious, dreamy, chocolate....
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    This is a great cookie recipe! The Rice Krispies cereal adds a crunch, the oats a chewiness, and the gooey chocolate chips of course makes this so perfect! 8)

    Recipe #36333

    This is a BIG hit! This cookie is just fantastic!

    Recipe #36475

    Get a glass of cold milk ready! This has been my favorite chocolate chip cookie recipe of all time, found in a Betty Crocker cookbook years ago. Once I made it for my HS Latin class and it became a class tradition and a family favorite...Thank you, Betty!

    Recipe #38041

    To our family this is the best recipe we have ever come across for Chocolate Chip cookies and we have tried tons. Give it a try, see what you think! It makes quite a lot, but it is no problem for our family.*The key to make these exceptional cookies can be two things 1. don't pack the flour when scooping it, use a light hand and/or 2. use half all-purpose flour and half pastry flour (once I tried this method-"so good" I won't go back to all-purpose unless I'm out of pastry flour..it really makes for an exceptional cookie!)

    Recipe #39852

    7 Reviews |  By PanNan

    A friend shared this recipe. It's not your average chocolate chip cookie. Try it, you'll like it. The origin of the chocolate chip cookie was the Tollhouse Inn in Massachusetts - New England.

    Recipe #45622

    These are quick and easy; my cowboy devours them!!

    Recipe #56652

    I got this recipe from a girlfriend of mine, theses are the BEST chocolate chip cookies ever. I always triple the batch when I make them.

    Recipe #56772

    We've been making these chewy morsels since I was a kid. They cool to a very flat cookie that looks like it should be crisp, but isn't. I really don't think you should use anything but butter, but that's just my opinion! You can add 1 cup of chopped walnuts if you'd like, too.

    Recipe #60852

    This recipe came from Ladies Home Journal.

    Recipe #68300

    These are my kids favorite chocolate chip cookies. I have made others but keep coming back to this recipe. A co worker gave me the recipe years ago and it has been passed around to family and friends.

    Recipe #73698

    No description necessary.

    Recipe #80674

    11 Reviews |  By Lennie

    Sorry to disappoint, but the secret ingredient isn't anything exotic or special: it's just cornstarch. Yes, cornstarch. If you like your cookies to have that crispy exterior but still have a chewy interior, then this recipe is for you. It's the cornstarch that lets that happen. That's how I like my cookies and this recipe has fast become a family favourite. You can use regular chocolate chips in these, but it really is worth it to chop up some great chocolate instead. Thanks to Anna Olson of the Sugar tv show for the great tip.

    Recipe #85708

    5 Reviews |  By DDW

    A simple cake mix cookie that can be made in no time flat. I like the combination of the raisins with the chocolate flavor. From a '00 Quick Cooking.

    Recipe #87294

    I have a personal list of my top 15 favorite cookie recipes, and this has been Number 1 for years. I cannot remember where I got the recipe from, but it is a good one. I made a platter a few months ago for a friend giving a luncheon at her job, and the cookies were almost gone before people even finished the entrees. People were coming into the room, grabbing handfuls and pocketing them, thinking nobody was watching. I have to admit, I was very flattered! Note: The recipe calls for 4 sticks of butter or margarine. Do not substitute anything else, like oil, or shortening, or applesauce -- it just won't be the same. I use either all butter, or often will use 1/2 butter and 1/2 margarine, with no loss of quality in the results. The recipe halves easily.

    Recipe #92352

    13 Reviews |  By Jen O.

    I found this recipe among my grandmother's many, many cookie recipes and with a couple of minor changes, everyone says these are much better than the ones I usually make (those being the chocolate chip cookies straight off the back of the Nestle Tollhouse Chocolate Chip bag!) You'll absolutely love them!

    Recipe #93528

    1 Reviews |  By Pumpkie

    A cake like cookie with a kiss inside I found on the hershey website. They key to this cookie is to bake just until firm not brown. I was nervous making this recipe as it has no eggs but it turned out wonderful.

    Recipe #93855

    Moist and Chewy, these cookies taste like the Toll House cookie recipe!

    Recipe #94146

    This is my all time favorite chocolate chip cookie recipe. I found it originally on the back of a package of Hershey Baking Pieces, which I don't think they even make anymore. I thought I lost the recipe there for a while but finally found it and was very happy. I'm posting the recipe on Zaar so I won't have to worry about losing it again. Oh, be sure to use real butter in this recipe.

    Recipe #94779

    This is the best easiest chocolate chip cookie, ever and boy is it delicious. We have a friend who is a professional chef and he loves these cookies and has no clue how easy they are.

    Recipe #98612

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