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I come from a long line of cookie bakers, and this was a very good recipe! I made a few revisions myself, such as blending all ingredients in a glass bowl with a wooden spoon (I'm old school). I also used 1 c. butter-flavored shortening instead of butter/ shortening combo - it helps the cookies set without spreading too much. I also baked for 10 minutes and let rest on the cookie sheet (lined with aluminum foil, not greased) for an additional minute. The cookies were perfect, and my brother-in-law in Iraq absolutely LOVED them.
I made and LOVE this recipe, the cookies were soft and delicious!! I baked them for 10 minutes, also left them on the cookie sheet for one minute. I also used white baking squares, chopped of course and they worked great!!
I followed the recipe with two exceptions: I added a 10 oz. bag of white chocolate chips (almost 2 cups) and only added 5 oz. macadamia nuts. I baked for 9 minutes and they came out perfect! Will definitely make these again. Thanks!
excellent recipe and the cookies turn out chewy..I baked about 9 to 10 min and let set on pan for another 1 min to cool then remove to wire rack to cool. they trun out perfect! I'm surprised not more people have tried this recipe! its a keeper for me!
I'd also suggest cutting back on the butter or shortening.. although I didn't have a problem with spreading grease seeped out as the cookies were cooking which caused some of the edges to be slightly "crispy" and burnt even with decreased cooking time. Otherwise the cookie was good; soft and chewy.