32 Reviews

Not such a fan. Gave it 3 stars cause afterall, they are chocolate chip cookies. However, I will not be making these again. They aren't the cookie texture I was looking for. These are light, airy and fluffy. I like my cookies more dense and heavy. Thanks for posting and sharing anyway

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Kara9080 December 07, 2009

These were GREAT! I did however, alter the recipe a tiny bit to make it a reduced-fat recipe and vegan. I subbed a 1/3 c. of the margarine for unsweetened applesauce, replaced both eggs w/ an equivalent amount of egg replacer, and added in crushed peppermints instead of the nuts. The mix made roughly a couple dozen cookies that disappeared almost immediately after being removed from the oven!

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~DiZzY~ February 19, 2007

These are a tasty change of pace. They even work well with an egg replacement powder, for those allergic to eggs. Mine came out chewy, not crunchy, like many recipes do.

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subaruthie February 24, 2013

I love this recipe. Very easy and super delicious! I added a pinch of baking powder and used chocolate pudding with white chips.

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gnine7169 December 17, 2012

These are amazing. I use jello double fudge pudding mix. I baked them for 8 minutes. They still looked raw when I took them out but they harden up and they're perfect in about a minute or so. I've tried the vanilla and they were okay... good chocolate chip cookie. I would make these over and over with the fudge.

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sylviaspisic May 19, 2011

I made these with chocolate pudding and white chocolate chips - OMG. Wonderful!

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Lacer March 28, 2011

These were quick and easy and the pudding does add a nice flavor. I did notice as I scraped the last bit out of the bowl and popped it into my mouth that they were lacking salt. The cookies still taste good but next time I'll add between 1/4 - 1/2 tsp salt to balance out the flavors.

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Veatergal August 17, 2009

These are very tasty.I went exactly by the recipe and used toasted chopped pecans.Great recipe.

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LuuvBunny February 22, 2009

I first discovered this great recipe inside the Jello pudding package in the early 1980's. As kids we experimented with different flavors of Jello pudding, but now I stick to vanilla. I use one 14oz. package holiday (red & green) M&Ms at Christmas time in place of chocolate chips. I also use pecans. This is my family's all-time favorite chocolate chip cookie recipe.

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swissms January 08, 2009
Pudding Chocolate Chip Cookies