Recipe by Anne Paisley
"Extra rich, extra chocolaty and brownie-like!"
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semisweet chocolate chips
1 (14 ounce) can
sweetened condensed milk
I made this recipe for a cookie swap and it was a big hit. I will be making this one many more times. Someone said that the dough was "watery", if the chocolate is too hot, allow the dough to cool off a little bit before putting on the cookie sheet so that it firms up a little.
I halved the recipe, which shouldn't have mattered, but the results were disastrous. The cookies were watery, crunchy (not in a good way), and generally awful.
super easy, sweet, fudgy, and chewy. Don't leave the last batch on the pan to cool, they'll stick! It's easiest to take them off the sheet while they're still soft.
These were just as I expected...very chocolatey and delicious "nuggets"! I think the flavor got even better after a day or two! Thanks!!!
quick, chewy, brownie-like cookies;
gone before I turned around !
These were good right out of the oven. The second day that got very hard and too crisp. They are def a same day cookie, but they are excellent. Very easy to make and little clean up.
A disaster appearance wise and flavor wise.
Wowsers, these are great! You know how you read some recipes and they say you'll get a fudgy cookie out of them but you don't. Well, you do with these babies! One guy at work even classified these as the "best cookies he's ever had in his life!"
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/36 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 36
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 55
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