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These are heavenly good. I made the dough and sent it off to be cooked by 4 teenagers, a rather risky endeavour at the best of times. They succeeded wildly and saved 1 (oh, joy - 1!) for me to sample. It was really scrumptious. This recipe obviously has been very carefully worked out, and I changed nothing, nor felt it needed any changing. It's perfect.

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Jangomango January 17, 2003

I don't even remember what the original Doubletree Chocolate Chip Cookies taste like because it's been so long since I've had one. What I do know is that when I made these cookies last night and sampled one they were absolutely heavenly! I love the buttery flavor of the cookie and the hint of cinnamon. These cookies hit the spot for my sweet tooth (teeth). My husband and I both enjoyed them thoroughly. Thanks for posting!

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Jeanette G January 28, 2003

This is a great recipe, but if you want to get the " all over chocolate feeling" freeze the chips and pulse them a couple times in a food blender.

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Bill Hilbrich July 15, 2002

Very good cookies, s'kat! Very easy recipe to follow. Very buttery with a nice distribution of chocolate chips to nuts. I think however on my next batch, I will increase the brown sugar by 1/4 cup. I like my cookies a little on the sweet side ;) Thanks for sharing, s'kat!

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Bev June 25, 2003

The cookies themselves are just fine, I would give them a 5 for taste, but since they are titled Doubletree, I gave the recipe a 3. I made these cookies following the recipe exactly. While they were good cookies, I don’t think they are very similar to the Doubletree’s cookies at all. The ingredients are right on, but I think maybe the amounts/prep are a bit off. I will play around with this recipe to see if I can make it more authentic, as I do love Doubletree’s infamous cookies.

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Candace Michelle January 15, 2009

The family thought these were good, but still preferred choc. chip cookies to these. I did make the dough the nite before to let it meld the flavors as others suggested too. Was kinda like choc. chip, but not. Maybe not different enough not to compare the two. Thanks for posting. We will see what others think when I serve them besides family.

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Baby Chevelle December 10, 2008

These are great! Every time I make them, everyone loves them.

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JKR November 23, 2008

Printed it out and gathered the children and then saw that it had 340grms of BUTTER in it!! Australia is a country with a HUGE obesity problem (and the US is worse!!). Is there a clever chef out there who can convert this to a lower fat alternative? It looks GREAT!

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kmd68 May 06, 2008

These cookies were easy to make and delicious! They don't have the same "look" as the Doubletree cookies...they are lighter (maybe because I used light brown sugar), but the taste is almost exact!

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lsm1019 December 22, 2007

Help! I really wanted to make these and even got a cookie from the Doubletree to compare it to. I followed the directions exactly (which I rarely do) and I got a very cake-like cookie. The only thing that I can see is that I only got about 2 dozen cookies out of the recipe. Could the larger cookies have impacted the texter?

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PumpKIM October 29, 2007
Doubletree Hotel's Cookies