Three Chocolate Chip Cookies

"A Paula Deen Favorite and that makes it one of mine. These make huge cookies per directions. Feel free to make size of your choice."
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Ready In:
24 Huge cookies




  • Preheat oven to 375 degrees.
  • With an electric mixer beat butter and shortening.
  • Add sugars, beat until fluffy.
  • Add eggs and vanilla.
  • Mix dry ingredients together and add to wet mixture.
  • Fold in chips.
  • Drop by 1/4 cup's full onto greased cookie sheets.
  • Bake 12-15 minutes.

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  1. Very tasty cookies, I couldn't believe that 9 cookies were crowded on a half sheet. I made 28+ cookies. These won't last long! Made for Please Review My Recipe tag game.
  2. Yummy! These were really delicious cookies. I guess they've goota be good if they're form Paula Dean, right? My kids are asking for more already! Thanks for posting this one.
  3. Great cookie, Sue!!!I love them! I didn't notice the almond butter brickle, I was so mad at myself! I had some caramel morsels in my pantry, so used those. They turned out absolutely perfectly! I'll be sure to buy some when I go to the store, because they turned out so great, I'm making another batch tomorrow. Thanks for a great cookie! Made for a forum event at KK's site, 24 Days of Cookies!
  4. Very good and easy recipe that makes a large quantity! If you love your cookies chock-full of chips, this is the recipe for you. I used a package of Ghiradelli semi-sweet chocolate chips, 1/2 package Ghiradelli milk chocolate chips, 1/4 package Ghiradelli bittersweet chocolate chips, and an 8-oz package of Heath candy chunks. Some of the Heath chunks had been pulverized into a powder, which when baked into the dough, resulted in cookies with a caramelly crunchy-chewy texture that was very different from my usual cookies. They were a big hit at the cookies exchange, too! From a single batch, I got about 3 dozen "normal" sized cookies (about 2 inch diameter) plus a little over 2 dozen larger cookies (about 3 inch diameter). Thanks so much for sharing this recipe, CoffeeB! Made for Everyday is a Holiday tag game.
  5. Yum! I made this using dark brown sugar cause that's all I had. My husband loved them too. Thanks!



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