I followed recipe exactly and in was way too many chocolate chips and nuts to stay put in the mix, which was very dry. Using a cookie scoop was impossible. With no expectations at this point, I baked the cookies to get a dry and oily-tasting crumbly cookie. Interesting idea but not for me. If someone liked the taste, they could possibly add 1-2 Tbsp. of water and cut the chocolate chips to 1 cup to make it easier to form a cookie.
I used chocolate cake mix with about a cup of chocolate chips and they were soooo good. My husband, who isn't a sweets eater even liked them. After the first batch came out of the oven, I slighten flatten the dough on the cookie sheet and they baked nicely. Thanks for a great recipe!
chocolate mix with walnuts...yum!
I made strawberry and chocolate versions of those. The chocolate went over better - but the strawberry, I thought, was superb!
As wonderful (and easy) as so many reviewers have confirmed. I used a Carrot Cake mix, with godlen raisins and pecans as the add ins.
these are great! i was a little skeptical before making them but they are wonderful cookies and the possibilities of flavors are endless!!! i used cherry chip cake mix and then put an almond flavored icing on them...delish! my husband was raving about them and couldn't believe they were made w/ cake mix, lol!
Ok, I have to say that the batter was to die for! I really had to hold my family back from consuming it all at that point. And if that was any indication, the cookies were wonderful as well. Thank you Linda.
So quick, easy and versatile! I used a spice cake mix and added raisins, white chocolate chips, and pecans. They were a hit at work!
Love it!! So easy so diverse!!
So yummy! Mine made 4 deozen cookies. I used yellow cake mix and put 3/4 C white chocolate chips and 1/2 C chopped pecans in, then I rolled a 1 inch ball of douch, pressed it down and put a small dollup of jelly in the center of each one. So yum!