I saw this recipe in a Star Wars cookbook and have been wanting to try these out for a while, and finally had time to tonight. They were pretty good, but I think next time I make these, I'll be adding more cinnamon. What can I say, I love cinnamon :) The only things I did different were: I used salted butter (that's what we had) and didn't use any other salt with the recipe. I also used semi-sweet chocolate chunks instead of the morsels. They were a smidgeon too rich for me when they were warm, they taste great cooled off though. The BF really seemed to like them and will be taking them in his lunches :) Thanks for posting this recipe!
These were wonderful!!! You can see from the pictures that they really flattened out, but that is most likely my fault. (Every single Chocolate Chip Cookie recipe I try comes out that way, no matter what I do!!! But I digress.) The flavor was perfect, and the cinnamon was just a lovely background note rather than a predominant flavor like I thought it might be. They were CHEWIE in the center and lightly crisp on the edges. I subbed white chocolate chips for the semisweet because I love my sugary sweetness! Other than that, made as directed. May the Fork be with you...
My entire family is filled with star wars fans! I purchased this cook book for my 9 yr old nephew and these cookies have easily become a family favorite! He actually called me at 11pm lastnite to see if I could make some today. I compared this recipe to other basic chocolate chip ones and this has way more flavor! Everyone needs a wookie cookie in their lives!
I really do like that hint of cinnamon in the background. Mine were little cakey nuggets, they did not spread out. I replaced 1 cup of chips with 1 cup of walnuts.
Wow, these are delicious!!! My 4 year old is already a Star Wars fan so I had to try this recipe. I baked mine for 9 minutes as I like my a bit 'Chewy'...haha Thank-you for sharing!!!
I found myself craving a chocolate cookie fix this morning and went Zaar browsing. I was stopped in my tracks with this recipe name (being a certified cinnamaholic). To make the 12 cookies I made a bit more diabetic friendly I used 1/2 a cup of unbleached and 1/4 cup of whole wheat flours, doubled the cinnamon, a more heart healthy margarine for the butter, Splenda Brown Blend in 1/2 the amount ask for and regular Splenda for the granulated sugar. My final adjustment was to use just 1/3 cup wonderful Callebaut dark chocolate. They came out magnificent and perfectly baked in 10 mins @365 in my oven. They are soft, oh so tender and wonderful in every way. This has to be one of the best cookie recipes ever.
All I can say if you don't try this cookie, you will be missing one of the best. They are outstanding. After a few days they get better get very crispey with a taste that you will find hard to stop eating. I only used 1 cup milk chips. melted them in the micro til only little pieces of chocolate. Just a personal thing for me.
My group and I did this for a culinary project at school and it was the tastiest cookie I have ever had, Haha! We used dakota_blue5's alternative with butterscotch and, in my opinion, that made it 500x better. I shared it with my friends and they ate it up like air. WOOKIE COOKIES FTW. :)
I think these cookies are AWESOME!!!!!!!!!! i want to make more, cause i ate all of them before they were done cooling.
Great cookies! I did add more cinnamon - closer to 2 teaspoons - and about a half cup of chopped pecans. I ate 3 of them before they were even done cooling on the racks. Good stuff! Thanks!