by M. Monica
, MD on Dec. 2011
I grew up eating these and they remind me of times when life was simple and family was together
by G. Gretchen
, Elkhart, IN on Jul. 2011
I frosted with whipped icing to make them a bit more grown up.
by C. Cathy
, Fair Oaks, CA on Mar. 2010
This was wonderful, easy, and my kids loved them. I was just trying to do something different and this pan cookie was the best. YUM!
Birthday Cookie Cake
by K. Kennon
, Mount Jackson, VA on Mar. 2010
My wife made this for my birthday in a 12-inch round pan. After it cooled, she decorated it with frosting and when she presented it to me, I was just thrilled. We froze half (after it was cut into pieces). It is great to take a couple of the pieces out of the freezer each day; they do not take long to thaw!
Chocolate Chip Walnut Bars
by T. THERESA
, Berkeley Heights, NJ on Feb. 2010
These cookies are delicious. I dress them up a bit during the holiday season. Prepare and bake
following instructions using walnuts as the nit of choice. Remove from oven and cool slightly. Cut into bar. Melt 1 1/2 cups Nestles Toll House semi sweet chips. Place one teaspoon of melted chocolate in the middle of the cooled cookie. Top with a walnut piece.
by F. Fabiana
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I love the texture of brownies and the taste of chocolate chip cookies, this is a perfect match! Love it!And i'll do it over and over again!
A Family Favorite
by k. kate
, , on Jan. 2010
I have made these cookies many times for family and friends it is a great easy recipe, and never fails to impress! I find that it is so much easier to make one big pan cookie instead of hours spent on individual cookies and the best part is every time i make them people ask for the recipe and all i have to do is send them to the website.
by S. Shannon
, on Sep. 2009
I've made these many times for work and everyone always eats them up. They are easy to make and a lot easier to bring to work than regular cookies.
Chewey Chocolate Chip Pan Cookie
by B. Betty
, Bonne Terre, MO on Jun. 2009
Hi, I have made these pan cookies for years, and, I add a package of dry vanilla instant pudding mix to my dough to make them "chewy." Try this. My family & friends love these cookies--and--they don't crumble on your floor when little kids eat them! A PLUS!
chocolate chip pan cookie
by p. peg
, Hazlet, NJ on May. 2009
What an easy recipe to make in a hurry. The cookies were a big hit at our barbeque.
Sometimes the simplest recipes yield the richest results. This glossy combination of chocolate morsels and sweetened condensed milk is even better embellished with vanilla and chopped nuts.
The two ingredients which make these extraordinary cookies special are the combination of oats and butterscotch chips. These Oatmeal Scotchies will disappear from your cookie jar in no time.
A delicate crumb base supports a creamy chocolate filling topped with chocolate chips and crunchy, butter cookie crumbs.