I followed this recipe to the letter and could not get the dough to firm up. It was dry and crumbled when I tried to cut it into rounds. Totally disappointed.
Chocolate-Chocolate Chip Cookies
From EatingWell: March/April 2012
It’s quick and easy to mix together these slice-and-bake chocolate-chocolate chip cookies whenever you need something sweet. The recipe makes enough dough so you can bake half and put the other half in the freezer—ready to pull out and bake up a few fresh cookies anytime.
5 Reviews for Chocolate-Chocolate Chip Cookies
Made these last night for the first time. The dough seemed way too dry - very hard to form into a log. This morning I took them out of the freezer and tried to cut slices, many of which just crumbled. I had to roll them into balls (again - hard because so dry) and flatten. Baked cookies looked exactly like they went into the oven -- somewhat misshapen slices or flattened blobs. I'm sure the kids will like them, but had wanted to take them to an event.
I just tasted one....
The are good enough!!!!
Dark Chocolate chips made the difference... I used 1/3cup os brown sugar and 1/3 of sweetener....
Really good for a cheating day!!!!<3
I however found these cookies to be fairly good. They didn't turn out like the picture, it was very hard to make them round without messing up the top. We added chocolate syrup for extra flavor and used 1 tbs butter and 3 tbs oil and they turned out perfectly fine. Not the best cookies ever, but certainly not the worst.
Beyond gross. I followed every step and these were NOTHING like the picture. Would like the money back I spent on White Whole Wheat flour.