Chocolate Chip Walnut Cookies

"had a hard time coming with a title for the recipe. I didn't want to just call it chocolate chip cookies, because there's so many of those titles around here and on other websites. There is milk and rolled oats in the recipe, and that's what I think makes them a bit on the healthy side. I used regular milk for these guys."
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Ready In:
36 cookies




  • Preheat oven to 375 degrees F.
  • In a large bowl, cream together the butter or margerine with both sugars. Add eggs one at a time, beating each one into the mixture.
  • In a separate bowl mix the dry ingredients together. Add the dry ingredients alternately with the milk. You should be able to start and finish with the dry ingredients.
  • Add chocolate chips to the batter.
  • Put heaping spoonfulls on an ungreased cookie sheet. Bake for 10 minutes. Let cool for 5 minutes. Enjoy.

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  1. Midwest Maven
    These cookies were more cakey in texture than than chewy texture I like in cookies. Maybe with some tweaking like leaving out the milk and adding more butter and oats would make the texture work better for our tastes. I did like the cinnamon and chocolate pairing in them, but I felt that they still could have used a flavor boost, like almond or vanilla extract. Thanks, and good luck in the contest.
  2. CoffeeB
    I love the addition of oatmeal to this recipe as I normally don't bake cookies using oatmeal per families request. DS#2 had eaten two b/f asking if there was oatmeal addded. He didn't seem to mind a bit. It actually adds a nice texture along with the chopped walnuts and of course anything with cinnamon is a plus for me as well. I was generous with my 1 t. The dough is a little softer to work with than normal...I"m assuming from the milk addition. A nice touch as well. Mine did take 13 minutes to bake. The edges were crispy while the center was nice and soft. A great all around cookie. A great job in creating this recipe and one in which you should be proud.
  3. Iceland
    I loved these cookies! They are my winning recipe. Thank you so much for this creation. I only used brown sugar and it worked just great. I had them worm with a glass of milk. I would also like them crumbled over some vanilla icecream. My winner! Good luck for the contest.
  4. CJAY8248
    These were great tasting cookies but they were impossible to get off the cookie sheet. I may have them them too big because it took a little longer than the 10 minutes to bake. It was more like 12 minutes in my oven except for the last batch which was only 6 smaller size cookies and they were done in the 10 minutes. Next time I'll try spraying the baking sheet first. Good luck in the contest.
  5. Chef Dudo
    What a pity we could not give this a higher rating. The cookies were easy to make although the dough was rather "wet". I think it would have been better if the dough was chilled before baking. Even on the baking sheet the cookies sort of spread before they were even in the oven. I got 36 cookies and they baked for 10 minutes, right on the spot! When done they had a cakey consistency, very soft but they did not fall apart. The taste, well, I knew there were walnuts, chocolate chips and cinnamon in the cookies cause I put it in but none of the flavours came through. I wish we could have liked these more, but alas. Thanks for creating a new recipe and posting it! Good luck in the contest. Made for RSC #15 Cooking Contest.


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