After getting through a few initial questions I found these were indeed very soft and chewy cookies. It helped greatly to refrigerate the dough before baking the cookies. I had happy bunch of co-workers when I brought these to work.
I made these exactly by the directions. They looked off white and tasted awful. Is there a mistake in the recipe?
I made these for my family this evening instead of using a dry mix and they were impressed, to say the least! It wasn't all that difficult and I was pleased with the results!
I made these cookies last night. They were a hit with my kids and husband as well. They were chewy and delicous. I didn't have chocolate chips so I chopped up a Cadbury Dairy milk bar, and I added chopped walnuts. Very Yummy cookies, 4 stars not 5 just because I have had better so they arn't the "Ultimate" but really good. Directions were easy to follow, but it should be noted the cookie sheets are un-greased, which I assumed, but someone else might not know.
Ok, this is deja vu. I really need to learn to use my convection oven, because it made my cookies very uneven (I had the same problem with other cookies last weekend). "Why do I want to know she can't cook?" you ask...well, there is another moral to this story. My cookies were very chewy (yum!) especially the first batch that I cookied for 8 minutes at 350 - they almost raw - now that is a cookie! However, they were also quite flat...I checked my baking powder, and it was five years old (!). So, before making these cookies, make sure your baking powder hasn't expired, or your cookies will deflate once you take them out of the oven :( I am not posting any stars, since I don't think your recipe's number of stars should suffer due to my stupidity!
I made these cookies and taste wise they were awsome. the only thing is that i used margarine instead of butter and the batter was batter not dough. kind of hard to make into balls for cookie. so instead of 6 min i let them cook for 8 min. Great cookies.
I helped my kids eat these almost right out of the oven-it was hard to let them cool! This was an easy, yummy recipe for nice, soft cookies. I used less chocolate chips and added some walnuts because we love nuts. I did not have to refrigerate the dough, but I did let the melted butter cool a little so the dough would not be too soft. A good little recipe to warm you up and make you smile on a cold, snowy day like today.