3 Reviews

  • Most Helpful
  • Newest
  • Highest Rating

These were delicious and even better than I'd hoped! I read the other review so added 4 T milk instead of 2. This did help make the batter a bit more manageable, but it's still crumbly. Just use your fingers to form the dough before dropping on the cookie sheet. Mine cooked perfectly in 8 mins and weren't cakey at all. I got 56 cookies out of the batch, which brings the calories down to only 64 per cookie. So delicious, what a winner!!

1 person found this helpful. Was it helpful to you? [Yes] [No]
AmyZ February 03, 2010

I have made this recipe a couple of times. My kids LOVE these so much! My husband also loves them! I think they are excellent. They are low fat and low cal, but you would never know that unless you were the one making them and saw the nutritional info. They are a winner, and they will be at the top of my cookie list forever!!!! I had no trouble with the dough. It was moist but not too moist. If you use a hand mixer you can mix it on low, it will mix better and more throughly then if you mix it by hand. If you try to mix it by hand, the dough will be dry, I tried that the first time I made them. (then got out my hand mixer and all was great.) I made them to take to my Mom's and to my MIL's for Easter tomorrow. They turned out PERFECT!!!!!!!! Try them you won't be sorry!!!!!!!

0 people found this helpful. Was it helpful to you? [Yes] [No]
FitnessLovingMom September 09, 2012

The batter wasn't nearly moist enough, I had to add more milk... could it be that the amount noted was incorrect? I also did not melt the butter since it didn't mention it, this made the wet ingredients lumpy rather than creamy.

0 people found this helpful. Was it helpful to you? [Yes] [No]
Wannabe chef extraordinaire! April 02, 2006
Chocolate Chunk Cookies (Low Fat/Low Calorie)