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If you want your cookies to come out perfect follow these tips 1. Sift the flour first, even if it says no sifting necessary. Make sure you spoon the flour into your measuring cup and don't pack it down, then wipe across the measuring cup with the back of a knife to wipe off any extra flour. If you scoop your measuring cup into the flour, you get air in it and it won't measure right. 2. Sift in the other dry ingredients with the flour. 3. Use 1/2 butter and half Crisco for the butter in the recipe. 4. If you don't want your cookies to spread too much make sure you refrigerate your cookies for at least 2 hours before baking off. You will find you get better results with this method on these cookies. I made as stated with these changes and they came out chewy and delicious. I love the addition of the macadamia nuts to the traditional Chocolate Chip cookie! Thanks Freddy!

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sherylsprague68 August 25, 2008

I'm with Chessie. These were soft in the middle, but mine spread out everywhere too. That didn't make any difference to the kids who were eating them faster than I could get them baked. I caught one of them eating the dough. Very nice cookie. I did use chocolate chunks instead of chips but that is just our personal preference. Thanks CG...these were really good.

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Sherrybeth October 08, 2007

These are very good soft-ish cookies. I say soft-ish because I did something wrong & they spread pretty flat, but were still soft in the middle and delicious. I used about 10 oz of white chocolate chips 1/2 cup of nuts since DH and I like just a bit of these in our cookies. Also, I used a smallish ice cream scoop and it made 13 GIANT cookies...I might use my hands next time.

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Chef Chessie August 20, 2007
Freddy's Chocolate Chip Cookies With Macadamia Nuts