By ratherbeswimmin' on April 18, 2002
Photo by AZPARZYCH
Photo by AZPARZYCH
"Southern Living; kid favorite"
Serving Size: 1 (1108 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 1
"These were quick and easy. I didn't use my mixer. I used a fudge brownie mix. I made these for a dance and the kids liked them and two of the chaperones asked for the recipe. I didn't add nuts because many of the kids prefer no nuts. They got too hard if I baked them any longer than 10 minutes. Thanks for the recipe!"
"These turned out yummy! Quick and easy for when you need 3 dozen cookies (I got 38 using a small cookie scoop). I did find that the cookies stuck to the pan (even after heavy spraying) and you do have to watch them - I think 9 minutes was perfect for my oven and then only letting them sit 2 minutes before moving them to a wire rack worked out better. Skipped on the nuts this time but could see those being a bonus too. Thanks for sharing a quick and easy recipe!"
"Great and easy to make cookies! I used a dark chocolate mix and left out the pecans. I used my cookie scoop and got 21/2 dozen cookies. These are the only "brownies" that I made and they turned out right! Made for Football 2012-13 Win."
"Goey good. I had the 19.3 oz box but I kept the measurements the same for eggs and oil. I only had 1/3 bag semi sweet mini morsels to use. Mine made 40 cookies. Plan to pack them in kids first day back to school lunch."
"so easy and so good. used a 19.5 oz box of brownie mix and almost an entire bag of chocolate chips. unreal!!"
"These were quick, easy, and good! A brownie in cookie form which was nice as it was portion controlled :) I agree with Pyke, I baked for 11 min and they were OK but a bit crunchy. 10 would have been perfect. My dough was not dry at all, I used a 9x13" brownie mix (which said it was 19.?? oz ). Thanks!"
"Such a quick and simple cookie to make. I left out the nuts since the kids don't like them. The cookies were chewy inside and a little crisp on the outside....just perfect. I followed other reviewers suggestions and only baked 10 mins. I will be making these again as they are chocolate heaven."
"Made these cookies for DH's lunch for the week. He said to rate them 3.5 stars and I thought 5....so I compromised with 4. These cookies were easy to make and I thought they were delicious! DH said they were too chocolate-y.....I didn't know such a thing existed, but whatever. I'll definitely be making these again, just not for DH! LOL Thanks for posting!"
"so easy and DELISH! be sure not to go over 10 minutes though. my oven cooks things a little fast and i probably could have taken mine out after 8-9 minutes, but these cookies are absolute gems! thanks so much for the recipe!"
"Outstanding cookies! I put the cookie dough on the cookie sheet and then put it in the freezer for an hour or so & then put the frozen balls of cookie dough in a ziplock bag. That way I can bake fresh cookies to order whenever I want!"
"Soft and chewy, I used hazelnuts as that is what I had on hand. I will make again for Christmas. Judy in Phoeniz"
"YUM! I left the pecans out and they turned out to be a very simple chocolate chocolate chip cookie."
"These are the best cookies ever. I followed the recipe to the 'T' and there perfect. The batter looked a little dry when I was mixing it but I always follow the recipe the first time that I am baking something and they are very moist and delicious. Very quick to make too."
"I love how easy these were to make, and yes they definitely do satisfy the chocoholic in me. Only thing is, I made as is without the nuts and the cookie dough seemed kinda dry...I decided to just make them like the recipe on the brownie box says (1/2 cup oil and 1/4 water)...and then added the chocolate chips. The dough got a big gooey when I did that but they baked perfectly still. Will make again."
"Very good cookie! I omitted the nuts because I didn't have any on hand. I think next time I will try white chocolate chips or peanut butter chips instead of semi-sweet, just for a change. I baked one batch for 10 minutes and they were perfect. but the second batch, I baked 2 minutes longer and they were too hard. So , definately only bake 10 minutes!"
"These are easy and delicious chocolate cookies. My kids ate them like there was no tomorrow. I like how chewy they turned out. Thanks for posting!"
"I had my 15 year old daughter and friend bake these one night to keep them busy! Mistake! Because the rest of us only got like 2 cookies each. They will help any chocolate craving out there! We also did not use nuts (girls didn't like them), although I am thinking Macadamia sounds pretty tasty."