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My husband loves chocolate chip cookies and this recipe has potential if you cut out the butter flavored shortening used 1 1/2 cups of flour add 1/4 tsp. of cream of tartar and bake these at 350 for 10 minutes vs. 375 - you'll have a much better experience.....
I'm known in my family for being "adventerous" when it comes to food and luckily this time I was. This proved to be a great recipe despite all the reviews and my children got hooked on it! I glazed the cookies with vanilla glaze (normally meant for bundt cakes) and did use 2 cups of flour as other reviwers suggested. The amount of shortening and butter was fine considering I used a light subsitute but I don't really think that made a difference because the batch I made for the kids used classic butter and they loved it! Also instead of chopped walnuts I used ground walnuts no one in my family being big on nuts! If these cookies didn't work the first time I would consider trying them again with the recommended changes and I can assure you your whle family will be begging for more! Thanks Stacy Mae