Pudding Chocolate Chunk Cookies Recipe - Allrecipes.com
Pudding Chocolate Chunk Cookies Recipe
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Pudding Chocolate Chunk Cookies

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"The addition of instant pudding mix keeps these cookies nice and moist."

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Original recipe makes 7 dozen cookies Change Servings

    25 mins


  1. Preheat oven to 375 degrees F. Beat butter, sugars, dry pudding mix and vanilla in large bowl with electric mixer on medium speed until well blended. Add eggs; mix well. Gradually add flour and baking soda, beating until well blended. Stir in chocolate chunks. (Dough will be stiff.)
  2. Drop teaspoonfuls of dough, 2 inches apart, onto ungreased baking sheets.
  3. Bake 8 to 10 minutes or until golden brown. Remove from baking sheets. Cool completely on wire racks.
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  • Great Substitute
  • Substitute 1-1/2 pkg. (12 squares) BAKER'S Semi-Sweet Baking Chocolate, coarsely chopped, for the chocolate chunks.
  • Note
  • When baking cookies in high altitude areas, bake at 375 degrees F for 9 to 11 minutes or until golden brown.

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Jul 04, 2008

These were very tasty...definitely yummy. I used chocolate pudding, which then made them look like chocolate cookies with chunks, instead of just regular cookies with chunks.

Jun 20, 2008

Yummy! The distinction in taste between these and any other chocolate chip recipe? Pretty much none. But it's easy, and the cookies are tasty and soft without being mushy. 10 minutes in the oven was right for me, and I used a cheesecake-flavored pudding that wasn't so good on its own. A complete success!


24 Ratings

Nov 17, 2010

We love these! My newest addition is mint and dark chocolate chips with the chocolate pudding! They smell, look and taste wonderful.

Aug 31, 2010

These cookies are my favorite! They are soft and super tasty. Plus they're easy to make. I'll be making these over and over!

Jan 26, 2010

My daughter love how these cookies stay soft. They also retain the shape of the batter as you place it on the cookie sheet, which means they don't flatten and deflate after coming out of the oven. Plus they are delicious. Thank you!

Sep 17, 2009

These cookies taste awesome! I used french vanilla pudding. I can't wait to try other puddings.They were very moist and fluffy too! Yummmm!!! Also, when you drop the cookies down on the baking sheet, however you drop it is how it will cook. It will not expand... or at least mine didn't. regardless of the shape and size of the cookie they tasted awesome, can't wait to try them again!

May 21, 2009

A very soft cookie. I used vanilla pudding as I have an abundance of it. Moist.

Apr 27, 2009

Instead of chocolate chunks I used cut up chocolate Easter eggs (20) and it wasn't enough. Next time I'll use more chocolate. I also used chocolate fudge pudding. After cooking roughly half the dough I decided to add some peppermint extract and so added 1 teaspoon and this half is a lot better than the first half. I also squished half a chocolate egg in the middle of each cookie before baking which improved the amount of chaoolate and also made them look more special. Will make again and will use peppermint again too.


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