Very good. I needed a recipe that did not call for shortning, as I was out and wanted to only use 1 stick of butter without having to half the recipe. This was a great choice. We did not use the coffee as they were for my 10 yr olds classmates. I also did not spray the pans. Next time we will use less chips, 12 oz was a little too full for us. Overall a great chewy cookie, turned out very nice.
OMG! YUM! I added a large (overflowing) handful of both dried cherries and sliced almonds, and I accidentally added 3 eggs rather than one... They were still amazing even with the extra eggs.
I wasn't able to have any of the these apparently delicious cookies, but the 16 people who did all raved! Apparently they are very good. We needed a treat for tonight's church function and everyone loved them. I will try them in a few weeks when I am off of this darn diet!!!
Big hit with the hubby and kids!
This is my new Chocolate cookie recipe. I did change one thing....I left out the coffee. They were great. I took them out of the oven before they started to brown so they were a soft cookie. <br/>We had some family over so I made 2 batches. The whole bowl was gone before the end of the night.
These were absolutely delicious. So soft and chewy. My family loved these. Our new favorite cookie! I did not use the Pam cooking spray and did refrigerate the cookie dough first. Baked for 9 minutes and they were perfect. THANKS!
These were OK. The addition of the coffee was great, however, I think next time, I'll just make the regular tollhouse recipe and add coffee. I found the recipe to be dry and flaky, the cookies did not flatten in the oven and took longer then the recommended time to bake.
These are awsome!! I am not a coffee fan but I added half of what was called for. Added a "hmmm woneder what that is" flavor to the cookies! I will make this for now on. My nestle cookies are always flat these were not, thanks!!
we loved this one however tried walnuts as an eddition and o how devine.next time macadamias??
I liked 'em, but better than tollhouse, I did not. I found them to be a tad too sweet for my taste and I only used 1/2 bag of chocolate chips. I did like the coffee addition. I had to bake mine longer than 10min and the balls of dough did not flatten, I had to smush them down while baking to get a cookie look. FYI...You do not have to use a greased pan.