242 Reviews

I made these cookies and took them to work (where I work with 90% men) and I have never heard so many thank you's.

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tpeil1 February 17, 2013

The only problem I had with these cookies was that they were literally being eaten as soon as they came out of the oven. My husband and his friends love them, I'll definitely be keeping this recipe around.

I followed the recipe exactly with the exception of one small change: I added a teaspoon of salt. They turned out amazingly. After letting them sit for a little while, they went from a cake-like consistency to a more chewy one, so if that's what you're looking for I suggest leaving them out and letting them cool thoroughly before eating them.

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Sugar Monster December 25, 2012

These are my favorite cookie! If I'm going to make cookies from scratch, these are the ones I use. The only difference is that I use more brown sugar (1 cup as opposed to 3/4) and leave out the walnuts. I have tried them with both chocolate and butterscotch instead of the vanilla, but the vanilla pudding still turns out best. Also, make sure you use real butter. It really does make a huge difference in how they turn out. They're much gooier and less cake-y with real butter.

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ThespiSis December 24, 2012

Absolutely love these cookies!!!!

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dodi morency December 15, 2012

These are the most amazing chocolate chips cookies ever!! I highly recommend this recipe. Everyone loved them and the pudding is really what makes them sooooo good!! When I was mixing it together I thought there was'nt anything special about the recipe everything was exactly the same as other ones except the pudding, well the pudding is make them so so so yummy and make me want to try mixing in pudding in other things. Also I used 5.1oz pudding mix because thats the only size box I found. Thank you to whomever posted this recipe!!!!

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MmUuNnOoZz September 05, 2012

Delicious!

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1baytown June 17, 2012

I've never made such soft, chewy cookies. Thank you for this amazing recipe! I used half white flour and half whole wheat flour without any trouble. These. Are. Fabulous. My husband loved them, and my father-in-law couldn't get enough of them. We usually keep cookies and chocolate in the freezer, but when I even hinted at sticking these in the freezer, the husband said: "No! Those are soft and perfect. Those do not go in the freezer."

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Meghan at Food.com February 27, 2012

These were amazing!! The dough is great and easy to work with, the cookie is soft and chewy and has a great texture and the right moisture!! I used 1/4 of Splenda granulated sugar and fat free, sugar free vanilla pudding mix and they still turned out great!! I made 105 small cookies with this recipe and handed them out to friends and family and they all wanted more!! My little brother and sister always ask me to make again!! Thanks for the great recipe!!

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liamariepp January 07, 2012
Soft Batch Chocolate Chip Cookies