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These are so yummy (not to mention easy and cheap to make)! I made them for a party yesterday and they went over wonderfully! I made one batch in clusters with the butterscotch chips and peanuts included (using a bit extra chow mein noodles and peanuts, to even out the salt to chocolate ratio) and then I made another batch with just chocolate and chow mein noodles. For the second batch, I poured the mixture into a pan lined with waxed paper and then cut it into bite size pieces when it cooled. Both methods and tastes were terrific! :D I'll definitely be making these again in the near future (maybe cutting down to half a bag of the butterscotch, just so I can make more). :) Thank you!

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CookieMonster2323 June 13, 2010

I have been making these for years, DD loves them!! I used all chocolate chips this time with the noodles and peanuts, very good. Always a special treat for Christmas!!

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Elly in Canada December 29, 2008

We adore these. If you can't find chowmein noodles you can substitute broken thin type pretzels. Do not be afraid to substitute other nuts for the peanuts. I've used mixed nuts chopped smaller with great success.

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Bluemonkey December 07, 2007

Yummy! I used a whole can of noodles (approx. 1 1/2 to 2 cups), 1/2 cup dry roasted peanuts, and 1/2 cup cherry-flavored dried fruit. Because of the size of the noodles I used a soup-spoon instead of a teaspoon but still got 24 cookies. VERY easy to make. Will probably make again. This would be a great recipe for kids to make ... with adult supervision of course.

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luvinlif2k January 27, 2003
Chow Mein Noodle Cookies