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I didn't think these were very tasty. Had one cookie and couldn't eat anymore. My husband said they tasted like pork rinds. Sorry, but I won't be using this recipe again.

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jldickison September 27, 2009

They were good. Like others I used butter instead of margarine. I also didn't quite have four cups of rice krispies so I used Just Right (a cereal in Canada) for the rest of the four cups. They turned out well and tasty. Nice recipe!

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ilovemacs July 16, 2008

These cookies were very unique and delicious! I had a hard time getting all the rice krispies and chocolate chips to stick to the dough, but they still turned out great. I used "Choconilla" rice krispies which added a little more flavor. They tasted awesome straight out of the oven as well as the day after. Made LOTS of cookies, great for a crowd. Thanks for posting this tasty recipe!

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Karamia March 04, 2007

These are good! I used butter instead of margarine (just a personal preference) and they turned out wonderful! Mine took exactly 9 minutes. I did get more than the 60 the recipe indicates, but I figure my cookie scoop must be smaller than what you use. Thanks for a great recipe!

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Shels January 22, 2006

I did not rate this very high. While the first batch I burned and the second was a bit undone, I did not think it was all that tasty. They semed to get brown too quick- before they were cooked through. I love chocolate but did not like the choc chips in this recipe. But I loved the chewyness. I doubt I will try this recipe again.

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CookQueen February 02, 2005

This made the best dough! I used half shortening/half butter. Adding the Krispies is a really neat idea! Roxygirl in Colo.

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Roxygirl in Colorado January 26, 2005

they are delicious, but a little bit too sweet for my taste. so next time i'll put less sugar. i brought it to school and everyone wanted some more. thanks for the recipe!

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elaine is short January 24, 2005

All I can say is yummy...I used Milk Chocolate chips and they turned out delicious. They make plenty to share if you can get them out of the house before they disappear. Thank you Miss Laudee for sharing. They are almost as sweet as you.

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Burrheadssis December 11, 2004

I loved the texture of the cookie, it makes eveyone happy chewy and crunchy. I made these for my christmas cookie trays and everyone has been eating. how terrible I will have to make another batch! Very easy and simple thanks for sharing.

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Pumpkie December 05, 2004

Outstanding! I made these cookies following the recipe to a T, and tasted one of them (as it had dropped on the floor :) just a couple of minutes after coming out of the oven. I didn't like it -- the rice crispies were tough and chewy, and I thought "oh no... DH is going to be disappointed". Boy oh boy was I wrong! Do NOT taste these right after coming out of the oven... let them cool down and they are fantastic!! Next time I think I would use just a touch fewer rice crispies, if I were to make any change at all. I was so happy to taste these later on, and hubby absolutely loves them... thanks so much for the terrific recipe! Dianne

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Pianolady August 05, 2004
Krispies Chocolate Chippers