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SO ridiculously easy! I did as another user had posted and had to alter the recipe a tad due to my box being 18 ounces, as opposed to the 21 ounces this original recipe calls for. All I changed was: I used 5 tablespoons of oil instead of 6, and 1 tablespoon of water instead of 2. I rolled mine in powdered sugar before placing them on the pan to bake! I posted a picture of them so you can see the effect the sugar has on the cosmetics of the "cookie."

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CourtneePalmer December 24, 2012

Easy and yummy! a challenge to stir for my little helper, but we did it

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Curls_m December 23, 2012

These were easily the best cookies I have ever made! I followed the recipe exactly, except for one variation - I added dried cherries in place of the nuts. Even my neighbor who hates sweets loved them - and my crowd all agreed that the cherries added a lot to the mix - so I highly recommend that addition. Thanks!

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Cindy O. May 08, 2011

These brownies were sooo good! I had a 19 oz brownie mix and so I didn't add water and it made the cookies very fudgey and chewy and delicious. I would recommend watching the timer, 9 minutes was a perfect time for them. I will definitely make these again!

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Tiffany D. December 16, 2013

Delicious! I used peanut butter chips instead of nuts

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justinpreyer January 01, 2013

I was looking for a double chocolate chip cookie recipe, so decided to try this. These are really good, but (not surprisingly) they taste like a brownie. Rich and fudgy, but still a brownie. So if you like that (which I really do) then this is the recipe for you. But if you can't get past it tasting like a brownie, then skip this one. I will do these again, but still be looking for just the right double chocolate chip recipe. My husband wants one that tastes like those Grandma's cookies you can buy. I may be looking for a while!!

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Mark & Stacy December 05, 2012

These were very easy to make. I used Ghirardelli brownie mix which is my favorite and white chocolate chips and they turned out superb.

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chico10900_6934667 July 31, 2012

I used a 16 oz package of Marie Callendar's brownie mix. I used almost 2/3 cup coconut flour and used coconut oil instead of canola. I cooked them for 11 minutes at 350 and they were perfect. The mix was a little difficult to stir at first, but once I start "smooshing" instead of stirring it seemed to incorporate the wet into the dry better.

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MelodyCanStamp April 18, 2012

Awesome recipe! And to make an even yummier version, I have two words: dark chocolate. Used dark chocolate brownie mix, no nuts, dark chocolate chips... my two teenagers and husband keep eating them right out of the oven.

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djmom2 February 12, 2012

Great recipe, easy and so tasty! Excellent recipe for chocolate lovers. I used a 19.5 box of double fudge brownie mix, and since I didn't have enough all-purpose flour, I substituted "Softasilk" cake flour, and the cookies turned out very well. I omitted the nuts, and used semi-sweet chocolate chips. Thanks for sharing this recipe!

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1089676 January 26, 2012
Brownie Mix Double Chocolate Chip Cookies