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These cookies are amazing. You can't just eat one. Family, friends, and neighbors all lovethem.
These are very very good The only things I changed was I used lemon instant pudding and I used oleo. I also used splenda for the sugar. Can't wait to try a different flavor or pudding, maybe like coconut?? thanks
love it! ok, so i improvised a bit. I didn't have chocolate chips...so I broke up 3 hershey bars, and used some m &m's. Turned out great, fun looking. thanks for posting.
These cookies ROCK! I did them with M & M's and chocolate pudding...I was a hero in my house!
I love this recipe ever since I found it in the Southern living cookbook, I do notice it is very touchy.
Wonderfuly soft cookies! The kids and I both liked them. I used vanilla pudding and chocolate chips this time- I want to try it with chocolate pudding and pb/chocolate swirl chips next time!
Wonderful chocolate chip cookie recipe. I tried a few others, and this one definitely tops all the others. I made exactly as instructed, made about 40 good sized cookies.
I cannot believe how good these cookies are. I was skeptical but no more!! I thought they were going to be too puffy and cake like but they are not. They are like Mrs Fields cookies. They are soft and fudgey. Everyone loves them. I make some good cookies and I have to say these are the best I have ever made. I used chocolate pudding and chocolate chips for the double chocolate effect. Thanks sooo much Carol for sharing this wonderful recipe.
Made the recipe with chocolate pudding and white chocolate chips - yummo! Very soft cookie. I buy pudding in bulk and used about 2 cup of pudding to equal 4 oz. I will keep this recipe and use my creativity with the combinations! Awesome.
I accidently bought banana cream pudding so went ahead and used it. Great mistake! Tasted like Chunky Munky by Ben & Jerry's in a cookie! Loved them!