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Oh yummy! I swapped out the full amount of oil for fat-free vanilla yogurt and cannot imagine these tasting better...even with all that fat! For the last pan, I decided to add some chocolate chips, in addition to the toffee bits. These were the favorites from all taste testers here. So quick, so easy, so positively delicious! Thanks!

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DuChick April 11, 2010

I used devil's food cake mix and used half a bag of chocolate chips instead of toffee. It was great!!! Easy too!

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Goddess_Heather July 06, 2009

O.M.G. These were Awesome. I made them exactly as directed, and they turned out perfect! I will definitely be making these again and again. Glad I adopted you for Pick-A-Chef Spring 2010! Looking forward to making some more of your recipes :-)

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Photo Momma April 02, 2010

Oh yum yum yum?perfect?mmmm?mmmm?.can?t talk?.snarfing cookies?<br/><br/>Well, as you can guess, I really liked how these turned out:<br/><br/>I baked them so they?d be on the crispier side, and even tho the homemade toffee chips I used melted mostly away, they were EXACTLY what I was looking for. I don?t have a sweet tooth, but wow these were sooo good, can?t eat just one. Oy Oy!!!<br/><br/>I saw also that they seemed to be on the oily side, but after they cooled off, that effect seemed to disappear. Must make these again soooon...there isn't much left of the batch I just made!

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bidness44 March 14, 2014
Quick and Easy Chocolate Toffee Cookies