These cookies are perfect for kids and the kid in you. They are dotted with both plain and white chocolate and will become a firm favourite in your house. Enjoy with a big mug of tea or coffee.
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Very easy recipe to follow.. They didn't look as nice and cookie looking as the picture!! Have given 4 stars because for me they were FAR too sweet but my friends and family ate them all so they can't have been all bad! - 30 Dec 2012
The picture of the cookies for the recipe is the ones that I made.. they are really good! I have made so many types of chocolate chip cookies.. I couldn't possibly count. This is a very good recipe. I altered it a bit... here are my changes: 3/4 Butter, 1/2 White sugar, 3/4 lightly packed brown sugar, 1 Tbsp Vanilla and 2-1/2 Cups flour. I baked the cookies in a 350 oven for about 9-11 minutes.. depending on the size. REMEMBER.. if your cookies are flattening.. they need more flour. Whenever I make cookies.. I make 4 on a pan for the first bake time.. that way I can adjust the recipe if needed! Enjoy and thanks for the recipe! Lala - 16 Jan 2006 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)
These cookies are fantastic... when made right. For other cookie novices out there, here's what I learned! 1) Oxided butter tastes bad. If it's badly yellowed on the outside, don't use it or your dough will taste bad. 2)The best tasting white chocolate chips contain cocoa butter and are really hard to find. 3)Cheap blenders overheat easily and metal silverware spoons bend easily. 4)You don't need to flatten the dough valls to get them to bake evenly -- if you roll the dough into balls or drop as rounded shapes, the cookies come out puffier and flatten less. 5)Undercooked cookies are as bad as overcooked cookies. Wait until you see the tops just starting to brown before taking the sheet out of the oven (9.5 minutes for me!). 6)Air bake, non-stick cookie sheets are worth the money - convenient and no burnt cookie bottoms. - 09 Dec 2005 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)