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Just made the cookies and just like otherrs have said MOIST AND TASTy Left in about 8minand let finis baking on sheets
yummmmmmmmmmm. didn't chill at all (no time) and they still came out great. thanks!
Fabulous cookies! I almost didn't let them chill for the full 2 hours, but I've never had a Kitten method go wrong, and I'm glad I listened. These spread perfectly and have a wonderful chewy center with that touch of crunch when you bite them. I used chocolate pudding, which is to die for with the cinnamon... I used a generous 2 teaspoons. I didn't have nuts or choco chips, so I left them out. I might add a touch of peanut butter next time, as that with the chocolate pudding could possibly be cookie heaven...
I made these months ago,I can't believe I haven't reviewed them!Anyway they are terrific!Very moist and chewy.The suggestion to use coconut pudding mix instead of butterscotch is a good one.I'll have to try that next time,sounds very good!
This was so good. The Butterscotch pudding mix was really good in the recipe. 8 minutes did turn out a little too short, so next time I will bake for longer, maybe ten minutes. I'm not into the whole coconut thing so when I do try another pudding mix it might be chocolate just because I'm a chocoholic. Thanks for a great cookie recipe.
Extremely easy and yummy cookies. I used the French vanilla pudding -- but next time I plan on trying Coconut Cream -- and adding some shredded coconut. I did find that I needed to bake them for 10 minutes -- but they came out exactly the way I like them. I can see there are all kinds of possibilities using different flavors of of pudding.