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Thanks Kree for posting! My husband loves softer cake like cookies and these fit the bill perfectly. My oven made them more like 9 minutes but otherwise everything was right on. I used banana instant pudding to make banana chocolate chip cookies and the family loved them. I also used mini chips in the same amount to distribute the chocolate more thru out the cookies. Super great. Love it. Enjoy! ChefDLH

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ChefDLH January 26, 2010

Consider this a double 5. This was easy to make and they were lip smacking good. My husband devoured a plateful in a few minutes and I had to hide the rest. I will make these to take to work to share. Thank you for posting. PS I used the dollar store pudding mix.

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bigbadbrenda January 25, 2010

Mine stayed in the same mound just as i put them there. I used margrine, maybe that was my problem. I added pecans and I'll pass on those next time. They are really soft though, thats always good :)

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memphis361 December 21, 2009

Sorry, but I expected more... this cookie did not stay as soft as my old stand-by recipe on the back of the nestle's chip bag. I followed the recipe exactly.

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Bitsymom December 19, 2009

These were almost good. They tasted yummy, but I could detect a powdery taste from the pudding mix. I didn't tell my husband that this recipe had anything unusual about it, but after he took a bite, he looked at me with a puzzled look on his face. He knew something wasn't quite right... Not sure how to get rid of the undissolved powder taste, but if I could, these would be great cookies.

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pfilley December 08, 2009

The vanilla instant pudding mix added a nice vanilla flavor to these. My dough wasn't hard enough to roll into balls so I dropped into spoonfuls on baking pan. They didn't flatten up or widen out as I hoped, but still came out very good. Cut the ingredients in half and got about 28 cookies. Thanks :)

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CAZ OF NY! November 23, 2009

I let DH rate this one since I'm not a fan of chocolate chip cookies anyways and he really like them. I used chocolate pudding but found that mine didn't look much like the pictures. The first batch I only pressed down a little and they didn't spread at all...the next batches I pressed down more and they looked a little more like thick bakery style cookies. Thanks for a great recipe!

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Houseblend November 08, 2009

Yum...this is an excellent chocolate chip cookie. I followed the recipe as posted with the exception of using oat flour and clarified butter. Thank you...Dawn...for sharing this recipe and for contributing to my collection. Sincerely, Sherry Belle

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Sherry Belle November 05, 2009
Soft Batch Chocolate Chip Cookies