WOW! This is our new favorite cookie recipe! I was looking for something new to try and stumbled upon this recipe. I made it and everyone raved. For my son who hates chocolate, I made a tray of the cookies using the dough before adding the pecans and two chocolates- those were delicious too. My brother, who is not a big dessert lover, called and said he was eating these cookies for dinner.
Double Chocolate Chunk Cookies
kelcancook Posted: 11/17/09
Soccermama Posted: 12/23/09
Unbelievable cookies! My husband begrudgingly admitted they were better than his Mom's Toll House cookes. The texture is hearty and crisp, and the chocolate was just right. Didn't change a thing, except forgot to toast the pecans which didn't seem to matter. I made the dough the day before I baked them. My batches took exactly 12 mins to be perfectly crispy and delicious. Enjoy!!!
TannyeR Posted: 01/10/11
These cookies are wonderful. I always get raves! I didn't use the candy bars but instead added 3/4 cup of Toffee pieces and 3/4 cup Reeces pieces. I have made toasting and not toasting the pecans and they were good either way. 14 min in my electric oven was perfect. Enjoy!
Finnbar Posted: 06/18/10
Excellent recipe! Made for some very picky cookie eaters as part of an auction donation. Rave reviews. Left out the pecans due to allergies and still got rave reviews.
kedenv Posted: 12/18/11
Great recipe, but I prefer a gooey cookie. My husband thinks they are the best chocolate chip cookie ever made. Hearty dense texture, and great flavor!
Morganne8 Posted: 04/10/12
Wow. These cookies are not for the faint of heart. They are intense! I made them to refute my roommates' assertion that everything I make "tastes healthy." And they do NOT TASTE HEALTHY : ) They're delicious. My roommates -- and my coworkers -- greatly appreciated these. They are a certain crowd pleaser!