Wow, I'm impressed. I've been using the same choc chip cookie recipe for years (Mrs Fields cookies). People have always raved about my cccookies but I thought I would try someting different- the use of pudding and all the rave reviews intrigued me. I read well over 100 reviews and this is what I did based on those- increased to 1 1/2 TB vanilla, added 3/4 tsp salt, used about 1/3 cup less flour, Mixed the sugars really well 1st then added very soft but not melted butter before adding pudding a little at a time, cooked on parchment paper allowing the pan to cool between batches by wiping with cold wet washcloths. II used an electric mixer for the entire recipe- saved my arms for sure. I used a big cookie scoop- about 1 1/2 TBs and cooked for 12 min allowing to cool 2 min on the pan before moving to a wire rack. The pudding threw me off at 1st because I bought the fat free kind but then the ounces didn't add up so I ran back tot he store, bought the regukar kind- 2 small boxes- and presto- awesome cookies! Also, these cookies do not lack in choc chips! I loved the amount. I skipped the walnuts b/c nuts in a choc chip cookie just don't belong :) The whole family was raving about these- in fact, I just had to take a dozen out of my freezer for grandpa who was demanding more!
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Wow, I'm impressed. I've been using the same choc chip cookie recipe for years (Mrs Fields...