By Chicagopm on December 22, 2002
Photo by Aunt Paula
Photo by Aunt Paula
"This recipe came from a bag of chocolate chips. :)"
Serving Size: 1 (1369 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 1
"Was looking for a change from the usual chocolate chip cookies and now I've found it!! Really a great tasting cookie with a nice chewy texture...Mmmmm, goes great with a nice tall glass of milk. As I know I will be making these again, have saved the recipe to My Favorites. Thanks so much for sharing this gem."
"Ooey gooey goodness! I reduced the sugar to 3/4 c. of brown and 3/4 brown and they're still sweet enough for my sweet tooth husband. Thanks for the recipe!"
"These are great! I was having a serious chocolate craving today and these really hit the spot. These came out very well as drop cookies, but I'm looking forward to making them in mini-muffin tins as *Pixie*--I wonder if they'll be like whole foods' "two-bite brownies"..."
"the ratings are right on! i love that! These were amazing cookies! i actually had to get them out of the house because i was eating too many-the ppl that received them were pleased! A keeper recipe for sure, Thanks!!"
"Delicious! I made these cookies gluten free and my husband didn't notice, next time I will try using egg replacer. Thanks."
"Wonderful! These are excellent chocolate cookies. I baked one pan of the cookies and pressed the rest of the dough into three mini muffin pans (12 mini's each). The mini-muffins tins bake for eight minutes and are even better than the cookies if that is possible! I froze two of the mini-muffin pans. To make from frozen, just thaw and bake for 8 minutes - they were just as good as the original. This recipe is a real keeper, thanks for posting!"
"WOW! These were outstanding!!! The name does not lie... if you are a chocolate lover - these are a dream come true! I sifted my 1/2 cup of cocoa and used a combo of semi sweet chips, chocolate swirled w/ white chips, and chocolate swirled w/ caramel chips (mostly b/c I had some half bags of these chips hanging around that I wanted to use up). Use whatever combo you like - they are going to be great. Warning: you will not want to stop eating these. Thank goodness I was making them for someone else, so I had to limit myself. I'm already dreaming of when I can make them again."
"These were delicious. I used white chips because that's what I had, and they worked very nicely. My cookies spread a bit while cooking. Next time I will chill my dough longer before baking. Everyone loved them, and they were gone quickly. Will definitely try again."
"Yummy! While chocolate chips would be heavenly, I used Andes red and white peppermint crunch baking pieces leftover from Christmas. Made the cookies rather small, once baked they were about 1 3/4 inch across. Baked 8 minutes. Lots of minty flavor and quite pretty, these would be wonderful for holiday cookie trays. Thanks so much for sharing the recipe!"
"I was just looking and realized I made these cookies yesterday. Got the recipe somewhere else. There goes my healthy eating out the window. These cookies are so good I can't stop eating them"
"MMMM. These were delicious! :) My friends and I made them for our favorite teacher, and she loved them, too. We also tried these with peanut butter chips, since I'm a big choco-peanut butter fan. They're tasty both ways!"
"This is one of my favorite cookies!! But I have quite a few!! These are very easy to make (my 9 year old has made them)!! But be warned you have to love chocolate!! YUM!!!"
"These were great cookies and the kids devoured them in no time. These are easy to make too. Thanks for the recipe."
"These cookies are huge! And so yummy! I used white chocolate chips, and to counter the extra sweetness, I mixed a couple of teaspoons of coffee (dissolved in a tbs of water) into the batter. They turned out great."
"Outstanding! We like our cookies huge here so I made 24, cut the oven temp. to 350 and baked for 15 min. Turned out extremely chocolatey and moist. Thanks for the fantastic recipe."
"What a wonderful chocolate cookie. When I mixed them all together they were so soupy, oops, I forgot to add all the flour! After flour got in no problems. I baked for 8 mins. and they came out great, a nice soft, yet chewy good cookie. My boys loved them."
"These were very, very good. We had an exchange student staying with us, and she ate about 5 right out of the oven! Recipe worked great just as it is."
"Whoa! These are DE-LISH! I'm finishing off my third one! These are the number one cookie for chocolate lovers. I like mine really soft inside, so I only baked them for 9 minutes, and they were perfect! "