Mrs. Fields Chocolate Chip Cookies.

Mrs. Fields Chocolate Chip Cookies. created by Sharon123

This makes a large batch of cookies good for either a crowd, to freeze into ready-to-cook balls, or just half them. Use egg sub or just 2 small eggs. They also make great ice cream sandwiches!

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  • Add all ingredients one at a time.
  • Beat after each ingredient.
  • Dough will be fairly dry with all flour, before adding all flour, you might want to make a "test cookie" to adjust for altitude and make sure they will spread out.
  • Use small ice cream scoop to spoon onto greased cookie sheet.
  • Bake 350° 7-10 minutes do not over cook!
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"This makes a large batch of cookies good for either a crowd, to freeze into ready-to-cook balls, or just half them. Use egg sub or just 2 small eggs. They also make great ice cream sandwiches!"
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  1. Naomi I.
    I made these this weekend. Super pleased with the results. So much so I had to tell my diet to take several seats while I ate them to my hearts content. lol!
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  2. tinzy911
    I added a little twist with changing the nuts to Hazelnuts as they are my favorite combination with chocolate! A batch was made with out nuts... Yum Yum is all I can say. Awesome recipe.
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  3. ThatSouthernBelle
    I found out that my mom had this exact same recipe in her old recipe files. We've been making this recipe forever and they are always delicious!
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  4. Kittencalrecipezazz
    These are good cookies although they spread quite a bit, since these were the first time making them I cut the recipe in half and used one extra large egg (it had two yolks in it!) and omitted the nuts, thanks homegirl!...Kitten:)
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  5. ladypit
    Yummers! I didn't heed the warning and test with the flour and I *may* have added too much because mine didn't spread but they were delightful little round balls of chocolate chip cookie goodness! :)
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