14 Reviews

This was wonderful. I actually used left over halloween candy. This is what I did. I divided the batter. I put M&M's in one half and crumbled candy bars in the other. mmm mmm good!

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Mimi Bobeck November 25, 2002

These are some of the very best cookies I've found here on Recipezaar!! I did not have Skor bars and so used 3/4 cup (half of an 8-ounce package) of Heath Toffee Bits which I prefroze until the very last minute so that they'd not melt away during baking. The cookies turned out terrific and my entire family thanks you for sharing this recipe! NOTE: 3 Skor bars = 4.2 ounces = Just over half the 8-ounce package of Heath Toffee Bits = 3/4 cup toffee bits.

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Deb's Recipes December 02, 2006

These are great cookies. Mine did not flatten out like the ones in the pictures so I rolled them into balls and flattened the balls and then they looked better. My dough was quite stiff. I used 17 mini skor candy pieces in place of the skor bars and crushed them with a hammer. I used 1 cup milk chocolate chips and 1 cup semi-sweet. Everyone really likes them. I'm not sure if I'm a big fan of the oatmeal in them though.

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partysweets September 26, 2012

My favourite and most popular cookies....people can't get enough of them!

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ruthiffer April 02, 2011

Yummy cookie. I baked them on parchment paper, and had no trouble getting them off the cookie sheet.

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debarra February 06, 2011

Really good cookies. I used parchment paper so no problem removing from pan. I used insulated pans so needed 10 minutes to cook. Be sure to clean spatula while waiting on the next batch or it becomes a brick hard problem.

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Vicki in CT October 24, 2010

These are by far the BEST cookie I've ever tasted! Well worth the effort to get the tastey little buggers off of the pans. lol Which leads me to add a tip for all who try this recipe: carefully remove the cookies from the pans with a spatula immediately after they come out of the oven. If not, you'll have a heck of a time to get them off of the pans. :)

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MamaBaker September 19, 2009

This recipe is a keeper. Everyone loved them. I didn't have any Skor so I used 1/2 cup Heath Toffee Chips. I used a #40 cookie scoop and baked for 10 minutes. Once again, a real keeper.

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talldoc June 05, 2007

Excellent little cookie! I just made these today to put in lunches over the week, but most are gone from un excpeted vistors stopping by and snacking on most of them! Wonderful cookie I plan on making with other candies. Made for ZWT 3!

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anme May 25, 2007

Good crispy cookies. I made them with Skor chips from a package and they worked well. Cookies were just beginning to brown at 8 minutes though and my oven has been recently calibrated and has an oven thermometer in it. Took about 9-10 minutes for small cookies.

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Marysdottir February 06, 2007
Chocolate Chip Skor Cookies