19 Reviews

These were very good and so easy. I used mini reeses pieces instead of chocolate chips. There is definitely an art to cooking them just the right amount of time. If undercooked, they fall apart, if overcooked, a bit like a rock. But if you can get them 'just right" they are perfect. I'll keep this recipe on hand as I"m sure I'll be using it again. Thanks!

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Kelly-Mom2Girls June 08, 2010

These were fabulous, instead of adding the chips I wrapped the dough around a mini reese's cup. Took them to work and everyone ate the two batches within a few hours!

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*Food addict* March 02, 2009

These were good but I had a little trouble mixing them up. I ended up having to add closer to 4 tablespoons of water because at 2 TBS it was just a dry crumbly mess that wouldn't hold together at all. I added peanut butter chips and pecans and cooked them for 7.5 minutes and thought the texture and chewiness was perfect. I would recommend removing them from the sheet as soon as you get them out of the oven or they stick and break apart if they harden at all. For as simple as they are, it is a good cookie, but I wouldn't say it replaces a real homemade chocolate cookie.

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mapsmay December 24, 2008

I made these with the Confetti brownie mix, so I used those instead of chocolate chips. I also added some leftover shredded coconut from another recipe. They were AMAZING. I would recommend chilling the dough for a little bit because they are extremely sticky to spoon out.

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elyxir December 23, 2008

These were the first cookies to disappear at our family dinner!! Chewy yumminess!!! Thanks!!

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Freydom September 26, 2008

Holy Chocolate Batman! If you like chocolate then these are for you! Very simple to make...I added some walnuts, toffee chips and chocolate chips as my brownie mix was just a milk choc mix. Hard to tell when done.

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luv2cookinpa January 30, 2008

Chewy and delicious! If you use the brownie mixes with chocolate chunks in them, you can forgo the chocolate chip step. Seven minutes was perfect, although I found they turned out better when flattened slightly before baking. Thank you!

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azdewdrop January 20, 2007

Okay, so we tried to make them. We did what the recipe said. It was ridiculous. They just all collided together to form one ginormous cookie and then they didn't bake well. The outsides were right and the inside was liquid. Cookies and brownies do not mix.

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ghia78 March 31, 2006

Quick, Easy, Delicious, what else is there? I had some peanut butter and chocolate chips left over from another recipe and some pecans..yummmm thanks Ciao!

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dluna March 07, 2006

I was just about to make some brownies from a box when I decided I'd like something a little different. I hopped on here real quick and found this recipe which fit the bill prefectly. These are great! Super easy and they come out in perfect bite-size cookies. After reading other reviews I made SURE to keep track of the time and ended up getting about 15 cookies on one sheet and cooking them for 7 1/2 minutes. Thanks for a tasty recipe. :)

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Denise Nachtigal February 01, 2006
Chunky Brownie Cookies