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really really flat cookies that you have to watch carefully so not to burn them. real yummy if flat and dont forget to refrigerate and spray dough and sheet. had a heck of a time getting off the sheet.
This recipe is Great!! I read several reviews first. several people said the cookies came out too flat. I made sure I used cold butter sticks and put them in last. I baked the cookies 375 for 8 minutes and the cookies were not flat at all. They came right off the pan. these cookies are so good. you have to have a glass of milk with these. Great Recipe!!
These cookies are fantastic! They were gone in no time. I cooked at 350 degrees and took them out as the edges were getting golden brown. The kids loved not only helping to make the cookies but also loved eating them! Thank you for a great recipe!
I should preface by saying that I do a lot of baking and I followed the uncomplicated recipe. However only use this recipe if you don't mind flat cookies. These cookies have a good taste nothing spectacular but they don't look that good. I like my cookies and food in general to be very appealing to the eye. I was hoping these would be lighter in color (maybe I should've used a recipe w/o the brown sugar) and that they would have been more formed and not so FLAT. I tried baking them on a rimmed and non-rimmed sheet and on a Silpat mat all with the same results. I even tried refrigerating the dough so it wasn't that either. These are just okay. I am still looking for something that tastes and looks fabulous. Thanks for the recipe anyhow. Also I agree with reducing the amount of salt. A teaspoon is a little much.