Recipe by KEREN M.
"Soft chocolate chip cookies that can be made in an afternoon. Serve with ice cream and coffee for a satisfying dessert. Do not put one cookie on top of another or both will stick together."
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packed brown sugar
1 3/4 cups
semisweet chocolate chips
I didn't read the reviews and just made the cookies- so as I was mixing the batter I didnt' like how it looked when i added the water. I just made another batch and left the 3/4 cup of water out completely. I think they turned out pretty well the second time around. I also substituted the chocolate chips for Andies mint chips. Awesome substitute.
This is a horrendous recipe. The dough is runny, and starts to spread out instantly when placed on a cookie sheet. Once in the oven, it continues to spread and the entire sheet is coated in the egg laden mess. I wasted an entire evening trying to get this recipe to work out.
WHY did I not read the reviews first?? What a mess. Dough was runny and made one big tray of mushy mess. I even tried to salvage by making cookie bars and flipped "cookies" over to try and cook mushy bottom....
definatley not a recipe i'd want to make again or tell others to try. even after attempting to thicken up the dough so it wasn't so watery it still ended up running all over the baking sheet and tasting extreemly bland with an almost rubbery texture. perhaps the ingredents need to be altered, and i'd definatley not use the water if i were to do it over again.
Please do not waste your time on this. I am very upset I never took the time to read the reviews before just grabbing and trying it.
This recipe is disgusting. Way too much flour. It's very runny and spreads all over the cookie sheet. My cookies were burnt after only 10 minutes in the oven and they had a cake-like texture. Definitely the worst cookies I have ever tasted. Maybe the ingredients got mixed up somewhere. Try another one!
I WAS kind of put off by how runny the batter was but in my opinion they turned out great. I'm actually glad i didnt read the rating before i made them. They didnt burn, they stayed soft, they dont taste like flour and it didnt run all over the pan. They taste great and i actually think i'll use this recipe again :) Thanks :)
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Chocolate Chip Cookies IV
Serving Size: 1/24 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 24
Amount Per Serving
** Calories: 157
** Calories from Fat: 58
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