These are very good and really easy to make. Everyone in my youth group liked them. They are REALLY rich. I was rushed because of time, but even if my measurements weren't as meticulous as normal, it still turned out fantastic. And even though a comment mislead me into thinking that this recipe needed to be doubled in order to fill a 9x13, I realized this was wrong and put the double batch into a lager 10.5x14.75 pan hoping it would help...When I took them out I wasn't sure if they were too thick and under done, but I put almost a full bag of chocolate chips (I should have used more) on and continued baking...I wish, however, I had waited a few minutes longer, because the chocolate chips burnt slightly (although the flavor was not noticeable). Spreading the chocolate chips is tricky. Be careful not to rip the top of the cookie. Oh, also I used quick oats because that was all I had. That did not ruin it at all though. Because of time-constrainets I chilled the chocolate layer and simply let it thaw slightly before serving it (although I actually liked it cold). The frosting was yummy too, I didn't have much on there, but it was good nonetheless and really added a little something special. I should have made a double batch of that to match the larger pan, though only a light layer is needed. I love cooking and I definately want to make this again. Even with my rushed efforts and little technical mistakes, this recipie was still impossible to screw up. Simply Addictive!!
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These are very good and really easy to make. Everyone in my youth group liked them. They are...