These melt-in-the-mouth cookies won't last long in your house. They are rich, delicious and oh-so-moreish. One cookie is never enough!
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I think that these turned out great! I didn't modify the ingredients at all, but I did modify the process of making them. I flattened them with my hand and then used a round cookie cutter to shape each cookie. During the last 5 minutes of baking I carefully placed the chocolate chips on the cookies to ensure that they were melted so they would spread evenly. Doing it this way takes a little more time but I think the end result is worth it (as you can tell by the photo). I am going to try these in heart shapes and maybe use mint or orange extract instead of vanilla for Valentines day for my son's 2nd grade class. - 20 Jan 2006 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)
My children and I made it for our school's annual Heritage Day. It was so easy! My kids said it was one of the best cookies they have ever had. - 09 Mar 2007 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)
This cookie was extremely easy to make and turned out wonderful. I found it easier to use your hands to scoop the dough versus using teaspoons. And because the dough was a little crumbly I added 1/4 cup water. - 13 Apr 2004 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)