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Chocolate Bliss Chunk Cookies

Chocolate Bliss Chunk Cookies recipe
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These monster-size treats are generously studded with semi-sweet chocolate chunks for a truly blissful cookie experience.
15 min
28 min
2-1/2 doz. or 30 servings, one cookie each
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easy cookie recipe. I have tried others & the cookies did not turn out right. These cookies were perfect. I used a 12 oz dark chocolate chips instead of the chunks and I sifted the flour, but did everything else the same as the recipe. I am making them again tonight & I am going to add pecans.
the best!! :)
Amazing cookie recipe. I read the other reviews before i made these, so I was afraid that they would turn out flat and crisp. They didn't they are moist and chewy and EXTRA chocolatey!!! One thing I did was to mix the dry ingrdients in VERY slowy (about 1/2 cup at a time) and scraped te sides of the bowl each time. If you are using chips instead of the chocloate bars, be sure to use a lot of chips. I used almost an entire 24oz bag!! I also added chopped walnuts in for the last pan of the batch...YUM!!! Also a single batch makes about 3 dozen regular sized (3 inch) cookies. You should really try this recipe!!!
I have made this recipe about 20 times, and everytime they turn out awsome. My family loves them, and make me bake them 2 times a week!
The cookies tasted good but they didn't look any thing like what you guys shown on the picture. mines' came out flat and thin and i followed all the steps as how it's printed on the recipe.
My cookies turned out thin and flat. I followed the recipe very carefully and still flat. I tried chilling the dough even. The worst part is that I two batches (in seperate bowls since some recipes don`t double well). My husband needed them for his school kids. And if you scoop it out in the 1 heaping tablespoon as printed it makes way more then 1 1/2 dozen. So my husband got over five dozen flat cookies for school. The cookies didn`t taste bad, but I perfer thick and hewy to thin and crispy, and they look nicer too. I don`t think I`ll make them again.
i'm 16 and these were the first cookies i have made from scratch. They were awsome. They were very thick and chocolaty. i brought them to a party and my friends mom couldn't believe i made them from scratch. i will definately be making these again.
The cookies were great!!! I had people over and they loved them!! They are nice and big and lots of chocolate chunks!! Yummy!!
This is the best chocolate chip cookie recipe I have ever made. Because it uses more flour than others, they are denser and stay softer longer. Great for gifting to others. If you are used to hard, flat, too sweet, over buttery cookies, go with the yellow package chips.
I followed the directions exact...I never have made cookies from scratch. Everything was fine until I took these cookies out of the oven. They didn't turn out right at ALL. They didn't flatten at all, they stayed pretty much in the same position as they were when I put them on the cookie sheets. I didn't try them because of the appearence, they looked gross. but my finacee' ate them and he eats anything, he said they tasted good...but normal eaters I dont think would say so, lol
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