Recipe by Lisa Schmaltz
"A unique twist on regular chocolate chip cookies."
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3 1/4 cups
sifted all-purpose flour
1 (3 ounce) package
instant pistachio pudding mix
semisweet chocolate chips
I DECREASED FLOUR BY ONE CUP, CND ADDED 1/2 TSP OF ALMOND EXTRACT. INSTEAD OF USING BAKING POWDER, I USED 1 TSP. OF BAKING SODA. THEY WERE MOIST AND CHEWY THIS WAY. MY FAMILY GOBBLED THEM UP. THIS WAS A NICE VARIATION OF A BASIC CHOCOLATE CHIP COOKIE.
The flavor was good, but I should have trusted my instincts when measuring out the flour and baking powder thinking it was an awful lot. These came out the consistency of cake/muffins rather than a chewy or crunchy cookie, and were just so dry that you needed milk with them. I may try again but changing the leavening/dry ingredients for a better texture for me. Otherwise, the pistachio pudding was a great flavor twist.
These are great cookies! They aren't the prettiest since they do have a green coloring, but they sure are tasty!! This is a great recipe if you don't want an ordinary chocolate chip cookie.
Very good and unique cookies! I substitued choc. chips with white chocolate chips which looked good with the green-tinted dough. These would be good for a St. Patrick's Day or Christmas party.
These are such a nice addition to my Christmas Goodies list. They look so different from all the traditional stuff I make. I've made them half a dozen times. They are more cakelike than cookie. I think you could easily reduce the flour by 1/2 cup, or, add more milk to the batch. I also doubled the pistachio pudding amount and they were much more green. I like that better than adding coloring, although that would work also. I always add nuts so there's more texture to them.
A great find! This was a nice twist to the usual choc chip cookies. Reading the other reviews I decided to make half the batch with white chips and 1/2 with the usual choc chips. I didn't find them dry at all. For a more festive Christmas color I added a bit of greed food coloring. Definitely a keeper!
The proportions of most of the ingredients are off. Not enough pudding mix (with respect to the rest of the ingredients), leaving the cookies barely coloured. Too much flour, nuts and chocolate chips.
I reduced the flour as others suggested and I could see why the dough would barely mix. Even doing this these cookies turned out terrible. I will not be making these again!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Pistachio Chocolate Chip Cookies
Serving Size: 1/42 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 42
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 70
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