By F-16 momma on January 30, 2006
Photo by ElizabethKnicely
Photo by ElizabethKnicely
"I could only find similar recipes using cake mix, so I thought I'd share a more "homemade" version of these yumm-o cookies. These are very chocolatey...just the way I like 'em. I guess you could also use chocolate chips, peanut butter chips, or anything else instead of the butterscotch, but this is how we likes 'em done."
Serving Size: 1 (36 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 36
"OH..... MY..... GOODNESS.
Having gotten tired of the traditional chocolate chip cookie, I started looking and came across this one. I am SO glad I did!! I divided the dough in half and used white chocolate chips in one half, butterscotch in the other, at 5000 feet elevation I baked them EXACTLY 10 minutes and they're absolutely PERFECT. Now all I can think about is how this dough would be with mint chips... peanut butter chips, triple chocolate (white, light & dark) chips, and even those Andes Peppermint Crunch ones.... Thank you SO much for this recipe!"
"I used your WONDERFUL recipe to make Chocolate Chocolate Chip Cookies (because I didn't have butterscotch chips on had) and they were delicious! I will come back and give a rating when I buy butterscotch chips, as I believe they will be magnificent then. Thanks for a yummy snack!"
"Tasty cookies, perfect for lunchboxes. I used salted butter, and next time would use only 1/2 t salt. Thanks for sharing the no-cake-mix recipe!"
"Splendid! These are about the best cookies I've made yet!"
"These were amazing! Soft and delicious. My 9 yr old scarfed down 5!!! I halved the recipe for the two of us and it worked out easily. Thanks for sharing. Chocolate & butterscotch together was perfect. The dough was very easy to work with, not stiff at all."
"Delicious - I used liquid egg substitute and Blue Bonnet butter and still chewy and flavorful."
"Kids loved these cookies. They were super chocolatey and wonderful. Did need a few extra minutes to bake, but otherwise easy to follow and tasted wonderful!!!!"
"I had some trouble with the batter being too thick. I found to hard to even completely mix the ingredients. They needed a little longer than 11 minutes to cook, but that's probably just my goofy stove. They do taste really good though! Very yummy!!"
"This was exactly the type of recipe I was looking for. These cookies are delicious. They really hit the spot when I tried them right out of the oven. I took them on a short road trip with me and they got all eaten up quite quickly. Thanks!"
"My whole family loved these! Butterscotch and chocolate YUMMMY. Thanks F-16 momma for a great addition to my favorite cookie recipes!"
"We agree with you that these are yumm-o! My 11 y.o. DD made these for *PAC Spring 2007* and we all enjoyed the fruits of her efforts! Since we were out of butterscotch, she used a combination of white chocolate and regular chocolate chips, very pretty presentation."
"These are very good and definitely chocolatey! I didn't have enough butterscotch chips on hand so used 2/3 butterscotch and 1/3 Heath toffee bits (a great combination!) Also took the hint of a previous reviewer and after checking a similar recipe I'm familiar with I reduced the salt to 1/2 tsp and I think it was perfect that way. Using a #60 cookie scoop, I got 52 cookies. Thanks for the recipe!"
"I followed the directions, and found that 1 tsp salt was a little too much. Maybe cut back on the salt. Not a favorite of mine, also a little dry."
"How can you go wrong with cookies! Yummy!"
"Very tasty, very easy to make. I substituted shortening for butter/margarine and the taste was just fine. They are very rich though, you definitely need a glass of cold milk to go along with these! "