22 Reviews

These are good for low fat. I used tub margarine the low fat becel one. I also used the egg replacement. The no yoke fake egg stuff. They were easy to roll, flattened them out a bit with my hand and baked for 8 mins. No chocolate chips. Good!

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sylviaspisic December 02, 2010

quick and yummy. dry dough, so i added a bit of milk. the flavor of the dough was too flour-y for my taste so i added 1/2 tsp of almond extract, which really helped but also didn't give too much flavor of its own. i used chocolate chips and flaked coconut because i was in the mood for it. delish.

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n1cedream May 09, 2010

Excellent chocolate cookies! As suggested I added a second egg as mine were on the smaller side. I also used half wheat flour. I did use tub butter replacement (oil based) and added a small container of pureed prunes (baby food). Finally I added some walnuts! They were fabulous! Thank you for a great recipe!

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Sandy in San Diego May 03, 2010

These totally satisfied my chocolate craving! I made them exactly as they are in the recipe. They dont really flatten upon cooking but were really good nonetheless. 2 were plenty to hold me over!!!

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Lindrebellava October 23, 2009

These were actually pretty good. They were light and fluffy (maybe it was the type of cocoa powder i bought - swiss miss envelopes) and the melted chocolate chips were yummy. Unfortunately I ate them as I baked so I'll have to double the recipe. Thanks.

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CAZ OF NY! October 08, 2009

Thanks so much for such a great recipe! I made these for my husband for a pre-anniversary treat & he loved them. I also loved how they were "better" for his health; not necessarily health food but better than store bought! They were so easy, too!! I used regular butter (all I had), half white/whole wheat flour, and added an extra egg white (it did help with the texture). I also used mini chocolate chips (about 1/4 cup). This doesn't make too many (I got about 11 nice sized ones) but that was just fine with me. Baking time was about 10 min. Thanks again!

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LUVMY2BOYS July 13, 2009

I made a double batch of these and had to add another egg white. The mixture was very crumbly and hard to stick together. Another egg did the trick. These are for the lake in August so I will add to my review then.

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KennKonn July 07, 2009

OMG, these are super good. To make them even healthier I used whole wheat flour and on the next batch I plan on trying plain no fat yogurt in place of butter.(i will let you know how that goes) I did find that the they were a little dry so I added another egg white and that made them just right.

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soda girl June 24, 2009

Yummy! But they are extremely addicting! I think I ate 10 of them! That aside, the only thing I changed was to use 2 T. butter, 2 T. tub margarine, 4 T. cocoa powder and I dipped each cookie in powdered sugar before baking. They came out so pretty! Thanks for this yummy recipe (even though it's not technically good for dieters. I'm going to have to add some major cardio tonight.) ;)

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MaMa's Apprentice April 23, 2009

Used light butter, moistened the dough with some Kahlua, used white chocolate chips instead of milk chocolate... these are supposed to be part of the line up of sweets for a girls' weekend at the beach. I'm going to have to bake another batch because I just ate the majority of the first round. Yum-freakin-OH!!!!! I love these!!!

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Emily C April 15, 2009
Low-Fat Double Chocolate Chip Cookies