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
, , on Feb. 2010
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.