By bug @< on May 15, 2003
"Don't bother thinking about the fat content, because you'll eat them anyway! These became "Rochelle's" cookies because she is the oldest child, and was the first of the kids to start baking. I believe this is a Betty Crocker recipe, but my family knows them as "Rochelle's" because she made them so often and so well."
Serving Size: 1 (1538 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 1
"I cook these all the time. I hope everyone trys these they are great!!!"
"Very good cookie. Thin, but not crisp and still considerably chewey. Nice, flat choc chip cookie, and no prob with the bottom falling off, as I usually experience with a thinner cookie. Yum, yum. Thanks a bunch."
"fantastic cookies! i too used double the butter in place of shortening. i also used about 3/4 cup milk chocolate chips. amazing!"
"Because I live overseas I don't have access to Betty Crocker products. But this recipe in my opinion tastes like the real McCoy. They're not your typical jaw breaking biscuits, these guys are soft and fudgey just the way we lov'em. They certainly didn't last long! Only difference in the recipe was that I replaced the 2/3c shortening(cos I don't have access to it)with regular butter, so in the end the final butter amount was actually a 200grm block.Thanks heaps for the recipe.Now my only problem is the kids won't stop bugging me to make it again!"