Great recipe. I cut the butter by 1/4 cup and replaced it with peanut butter. DELISH!
I cut back on the butter a little, used about 3/4 cup and once the eggs were in I whipped it until nice and fluffy (this seemed to make a huge difference from the first time I made them). I put them in a 9x13 and baked for 18 min PERFECT!!
These are REALLY good!! I am trying to keep myself from eating the whole pan! I did take others advice and put in a 9x13 pan, which I like because they are nice and dense. I did for 24 mins and they still are soft and chewy and delish!!! Very easy to mix up, less than 10 mins. Batter was VERY thick, couldn't spread very well, not a big deal tho.
This is a wonderful classic recipe that I've been making for years. The recipe I received years ago indicated a 9x13 pan and that's what I've always used baking at 350 for about 27 min. I follow the recipe exactly, but sometimes add an additional 1/4 c. of chips. Anyone who likes chocolate should like these pan cookies. The idea of adding peanut butter or M&Ms seems like fun. Thanks for sharing.
Great Recipe! Made these cookies yesterday for the grandchildren and they make a really big batch. So much easier than having to make pan after pan of cookies. I baked these at 350 vs. 375 and they were still done in about 20 minutes. Thanks for the great post!
this is a *great* recipe for a quick "happy birthday" (or other celebration) cookie! I use a 14" pizza pan instead, and bake at only 20 minutes. Let it cool, and decorate...if you have a neighborhood pizza parlor that lets you have a box...even better! My son's friends always ask me to make them a birthday cookie!
Easy and delicious!! I baked them on a 15x 10 inch pan lined with parchment paper so they came out of the pan beautifully and I was able to cut into neat squares. I only had to bake them for 15 minutes and they were perfect! Chewy and moist. Thanks for an awesome recipe!!
Freakin YUM. And sooo easy. I mixed it up, used half a package of chocolate chips and 1 cup of m&m's, plopped it all into my 9" glass pie plate and baked for about 23 minutes, or until the top and sides were golden brown but the middle was still slightly underbaked. We let it cool about an hour, which was quite a feat of willpower. Talk abotu perfect...it was exactly how we love our cookies..firm edges and fudgy, just slightly underbaked centers. This was soooo good and so easy. I'm making more tonight! Thanks for posting.
I made this tonight for a New Year's Eve party and man did it go over well! I prepared the recipe just as it was written except I used two 9" cake pans instead of the dish recommended. I cooked for 18 minutes and found it to be done very well. I cut them up like pizza slices and the group really enjoyed it. I will definitely be making this one again! Thanks for a great, and easy, recipe!
These are great!!! I left the vanilla out on accident and found a suggestion that was fabulous! 1 teaspoon of instant coffee, 1 teaspoon vanilla and a pinch of salt. Easier to work into the dough and the coffee enhanced the flavor of the chocolate.