I haven't had M&M cookies in years but these brought back those familiar memories of soft luscious buttery cookies loaded with M&M's. It was interesting to see the cookies with aqua M&M's (my favorite is purple). I set the oven temperature for 375 degree F. and baked the cookies for about 8 minutes (soft not crunchy). Thanks for bringing back memories......
You've done it again Inez - another 5 star winner. A great, easy recipe, simple ingredients, and in no time cookies that everyone loved, even a person that doesn't like M&M's. They were gone in a flash by the "cookie monsters". Thanks for posting.
My mom and my boyfriend loved these cookies. They were good but I think I was looking for a little something less brown sugar-y and buttery. I was thinking of a sugar-type lighter colored, moister cookie with m&m's. A good recipe but not what I was looking for.
Inez, any recipe that comes from you ,has to be good. And this is no exception,made this on a friday. Gone by sunday night. thank you
So good! Thanks for the recipe! I added a cup of chocolate chips for a little something extra and it all turned out great!
Wow, are these good! Crispy on the edges, chewy in the middle, just like we like 'em! I added a big helping of chopped pecans.
The local mall has a Candy Factory with an M&M's Colorworks section. I got blue and white ones for Hanukkah.
Great cookie that BF devoured! Used spring M&M's for Easter and the looked pretty. Think these would be good with the peanut butter m&ms too..TY Inez!
easy, quick to make, and very yummy! Be sure to use real butter and not margarine as butter <br/>really makes a much better cookie!
These came out flat and crispy even though i did refridgerate the dough 3 hours. I added additional flour which helped a little. My toddlers like them but I don't think I'll make these again.