I made these cookies with Pamela's All purpose gluten free flour. Out of 45 cookies baked on Friday, I have exactly 4 left on Tuesday. These are the most delicious cookies made with gluten free flour I have tasted yet. My family loved them as did my co-workers.
These cookies were amazing, especially when warm. I followed the recipe, with the exception of using butter instead of margarine. I found that I had to let the cookies cool at least 3 minutes before moving to the wire rack (it gave the caramel time to set) I will definitely be making these again! (updated) Several weeks later I needed a quick batch of cookies, so I followed the cookie recipe and used white chocolate chips instead of the rolo. I dropped the cookies by the spoonful on the cookie sheet and came out with another cookie that received rave reviews from the party.
One of my dad's friends made these for him a while ago. I was hoping these would be as good and it turnded out it was the same recipe! These are honestly one of the top three best cookies I have ever had. My dad absolutely loves these as well, and he doesn't even like chocolate much! I had no problem with the sweetness. They seemed to be as sweet as any average cookie to me, but I didn't roll them in sugar. I baked mine for 350 for 7-8 minutes for a softer, gooey cookie. My cookies may have been a little bigger, but I'm not positive but I think I only got about 36 cookies. I am making these a second time today. I know it's only been like two weeks since I made them last, but that's how good they are. I managed to revive some of my kindergarten counting skills and actually counted them this time- there were 44. So before I forgot how to count again I also counted the rolos in a bag ( do I need to get a life or what? ) so I thought I would let everyone know there are about 57 rolos in a 12 oz bag. Thank you sooo much!
Wow! These are just excellant. What a lovely cookie hard or soft. The flavour is nice, very rich, very chocolatey. Quick and easy to make. I didn't have time to chill the dough. The ones that cooked for 10 minutes are puffier, the soft ones that cooked for 7 minutes were flater. Either way they both tasted great. Thanks so much for sharing KC Cooker. A new family favourite.
These were good cookies - but very flat. I had trouble with the caramel falling out of the bottom. But they tasted good!
These are absolutely delicious. Very easy to make too. These will be one of my "go-to" cookie recipes from now on. Thanks for sharing!!
I made these for the first time today, using Mini Rollos. I would use a teaspoon to scoop the dough, press in the mini rollo, and take off any extra dough before rolling into a ball. I only had 2 cookies where I didn't center the rollo and there was some leakage, but these were gifts to the baker. The cookies are rich tasting, and though sweet, not cloyingly so.
Next time I make them, I am going to add some cream cheese to the dough, and also try some cayenne pepper in another recipe. My hubby would have loved these cookies.
These are by far the best cookies I have ever tasted! Thanks so much for the recipe.
Not a bad bunch of cookies. Mine turned out a bit flat, but I don't think I added enough extra flour to adjust for the high altitude. The flavor was yummy and really not as hard as you would think. I will be making these again. Thanks for a different twist on a cookie.
I made these for the Photo Swap and Kristen these are just georgeous! I do agree that they are very sweet and will reduce the sugar a bit next time, but who cares if the rest is divine! I might not roll them in sugar either, but it does make them look pretty! Thanks for sharing. Hope you like the pics! ;)