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Rich, chewy, sweet and delicious! I didn't have any semi-sweet chocolate chips, so I used milk chocolate. Yum! I baked them for 10 minutes and they were perfect! This is definately going to replace my old toll house recipe!
If I could give it 4.5 stars, I would! This is a GREAT cookie recipe. I made it almost exactly as written, though I always preheat the oven to 425. When it's ready, I open the door, stick the cookies in, and then turn the oven down to 350. When I do this, the cookies always bake to perfection! I did add butterscotch chips, as I wanted it to have a little bit of variety. The combination of crunchy, chewy, subtly sweet, and nutty makes for some really happy taste buds. I didn't get anywhere near 7.5 dozen cookies, and I used a mini scoop to make sure all the cookies were the same size. Regardless, they're awesome and I'll definitely be making them again. Maybe this time I'll candy the walnuts before baking them in... and maybe add some dates? Yummm... I can't wait!
Way beyond my expectations! I'm not a semi-sweet kinda girl but trusted the recipe. I did leave out the pecans so DD could enjoy them too, but someday when she starts school I'll make a "Me" batch with pecans. :) Thank you for sharing your fabulous recipe, YungB! I'll be using nothing else from now on. Made for Fall 2008 PAC - O.
Thank you, thank you! I had lost my recipe for this. These are THE BEST chocolate chip cookies!
This has been my favorite chocolate chip cookie recipe for many years now. I decrease the amount of salt to 1/2 teaspoon because I find them too salty otherwise. I love making these with M&M's also. Yummy!!
Darn, my secret is out!!! This is an outstanding recipe. The only different thing I do is to toast the pecans before I add them to the mix. Yummmmm.
Outstanding cookies! Received an A+ from everyone in my household! I will surely be making these again soon. Thanks for posting.
These are the best ever! They were devoured at my husband's office, and his co-workers have requested more for a potluck this week. Thanks for posting this recipe.