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We had to cook them for 30 minutes and add a little more water than what it said but all in all it was fun and tasted great
We're not too fond of semi-sweet chocolate chips, so we use milk chocolate chips. It works even better. The result ended up being flat-out delicious!
Great recipe! I did add a pinch of salt for a more authentic chocolate chip cookie taste, and I had to add slightly more water to get them to hold together. But the end result tasted great!
I don't know if my son will ever try a different recipe for his easy bake oven (I have him make food to combat his fussy picker eater habits)! We add 1 to 2 Tbs of cocoa to this recipe because he thinks all cookies should be chocolate with chocolate chips. Since we've made this too many times, I now know you get the best results if the cookie batter is just moist enough to stick together and hold its shape but otherwise fairly dry. So be cautious how much water (or milk) you use. This is a great motivational reward for finishing his homework! My two kids share a batch, and we don't have leftovers, so I don't know it keeps (that seems good, though: fresh food is best).
The cookies came out crunchy but my kids loved the taste regardless. I think they ate more cookie dough then cookies though!
I'm 13 & I tried this recipe using my old Easy Bake Oven. The sugar in the cookies seems to be attracted to the pan. I mean the sugar sinked to the bottom of the cookies when they were baked. I don't know what I did wrong but I've followed exactly what you said. Do I have to use superfine sugar? It tasted good though.
My daughter loved these little cookies. We used M&M's since I did not have any choc chips. We did reduce the baking time to 7 min.
These were sooo good. Tastes almost like regular chocolate chip cookies. I will definatly make these again... maybe even tomorrow.