Very tasty. I used a 1" melon scoop to portion these onto the cookie sheet. After the first tray I decided to flatten the dough slightly before baking to achieve a better cookie appearance. Otherwise they look a little like drop biscuits because they don't spread out much, if at all. I only baked half the batch and froze the rest of the pre-portioned dough in a zip top bag. Defrost the dough balls for 15 minutes or so and bake...they come out just great! Next time I will prepare a double batch of dough since it freezes so well. Super convenient to have cookie dough that is ready to go!
Yummmmmm....Quick & easy recipe. I took Sylvie's suggestion of freezing half the dough for another time. Thanks for posting!
BEST cookie recipe ever! I made these last minute to take to a family function and they were a hit. I can't visit any of my relatives anymore without them asking if I brought more of my famous cookies. GREAT recipe! Thanks for sharing!
This cookie recipe is 5+ stars! It is very easy to follow the recipe. It is the best cookie ever! DH loved them, he also added some to his yogurt. Thank you for sharing this great cookie recipe.
These are great!! This was the first baking idea I tried off of Zaar and probably was a lot of the reason I wanted to join up and learn more. I first made these in late November and now it is Christmas Eve and I have made my umpteenth batch. Friends and family can't get enough. I tried honey roasted chunky peanut butter in the most recent batches and found it to be a nice variation. You really can't mess this one up- a winner of a recipe- Thanks for sharing!!
Yummy!!! Do I really need to say more? Ok! These are great, crunchy on the outside with a soft centre. I used half the dough and it made 14 cookies, which took about 13 mins. I froze the other half of the dough for later on in the week when I feel like a quick treat! Thanks for sharing!