I wanted a recipe that used real butter and didn't go totally flat. This is it! These are moist and plenty chewy. Twenty-five teenagers thought they were the best. I didn't use nuts (kids with issues) and I used unsalted butter so upped the salt a smidgen to compensate. Thanks for sharing! I will make this one again and again.
These came out great!! FYI they only come out cakey if you use baking powder instead of soda. I made that mistake. I'll definitely use this recipe again.
I made these cookies using Frango dark chocolates cut into chunks with walnuts and then half with the same but added coconut. They don't rise very much at all but they are very tasty. My oven is perfect 375 degrees and I cooked them for a total of 10 minutes. I think they are a good cookie and prefer them over the original "Toll House" recipe.
I love these cookies and have been making them for a while now. The only changes I make is adding one bag of milk chocolate chips to the bittersweet chips. I have friends that beg me to make these cookies.
I really did think these were pretty great! I halved the recipe because I wanted to see how they'd come out and was not disappointed. I baked them 9 - 10 minutes so they came out soft in the middle and crispy on the sides. Also - I added 1 tsp of vanilla extract and 1 tsp of peppermint extract (instead of 2 tsp vanilla) so it was like biting into a mint-chocolate. Loved them and will be making these with several variations. Thanks for the recipe blucoat.
Thought these were good, not the world's best though ;)
Really good cookies! I'm not sure they're "the best" but everyone enjoyed them here. I had to halve the recipe becuase i didn't have enough chocolate chips but I made them a little bigger than suggested so I got 18 cookies. I like a softer cookie so I did 9 minutes and they came out fine and they were all gone when I went to get more! Thanks for the recipe :)