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Pudding-Chocolate Morsel Cookies

Pudding-Chocolate Morsel Cookies recipe
photo by:kraft
Made with pudding mix and loaded with chocolate morsels, these chocolate chip cookies stay chewy even in the cookie jar.
time
prep:
15 min
total:
25 min
servings
total:
7 doz. or 42 servings, 2 cookies each
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posted:
5/26/2010
Wow!!! These are truly delicious!!! I used chocolate fudge for my 1st batch, now will be trying vanilla, & then banana ;-))) Thanks!
posted:
5/20/2010
I make these cookie at least twice a week. They are the BEST!!! I have used every pudding flavor that I can find, including sugar and fat free pudding. This receipe is highly recommended.
posted:
4/4/2010
This recipe is amazing! I have used a few different types of pudding and our favorite is using Chocolate Fudge. Vanilla doesn't do too much... and White Chocolate makes it tastes like regular choc chip cookies. Even picky cookie eaters will enjoy this moist cookies!
posted:
3/27/2010
These cookies were really soft! Almost cake like. Super easy to make, and my boyfriend LOVED them.
posted:
3/16/2010
Everyone that tasted these said they were the best cookies ever! Nice and soft; the perfect texture.
posted:
2/28/2010
This has become my favorite cookie recipe and I have a lot of cookie recipes...lol. My family (including my in-laws) request these cookies all the time. So easy to make and so delicious. I've made them with vanilla pudding once and they were good, but everyone's favorite is with the chocolate pudding mix which I've made at least 6 times since Christmas! I also add walnuts...they're always a hit! These cookies do get bigger as they bake and I get between 6-7 dozen every time :) I only leave them in the oven 8 minutes and they're ready. It's kinda hard to tell by their appearance because they don't look ready, but just pay attention to the timer and you'll do fine :)
posted:
2/18/2010
I made this for my step-mom for her b-day last month. She loves a lot of chocolate. So I made w/ large chocolate chips & chocolate pudding. I cooked for the 9 minutes. They don't look done, but they are. Everytime I visit my parents they ask me to bring these. I am out of chocolate and ready to try some other pudding flavors and chip flavors. But overall, these are the most moist cookies I have ever made. Very good...just doesn't quite beat out my 7 layer bars...but close.
posted:
1/11/2010
Very soft cookies. They kind of tasted like the cookie around a fig newton; I probably won't use as many chocolate chips next time. Overall very good!!
posted:
12/26/2009
Really easy to make (even for a novice) and super tasty! I used vanilla pudding and banana cream pudding. Just as others have said, I didn't get 7 dozen - more or less about 3 1/2 dozen and I used a teaspoon to scoop the dough. Would definitly make these again!
posted:
12/24/2009
excellent! I'm making another batch because the 1st went quick! Cookie didn't spread which I liked. Didn't get 7 dozen closer to 5 dozen
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