Tasty, oversized, but a lot of work for just 6 cookies.
I was not a fan of these. I'm not a huge fan of cookies in general, so that probably biases my review, but they just weren't all that good. I don't know why you need to put the batter in the fridge before you bake it. The bottoms of the cookies were nearly burnt after only about 10 minutes in the oven, and the tops were this weird cake/sponge texture. I wasn't impressed
Good base recipe. I made 10 cookies -- enough for me to have a taste and for my hubby to take to work twice. Normally I make larger batches of cookie, shape, and freeze the dough, then take out and bake as needed since there is just 2 of us now. But sometimes I want a quicker recipe, like this one....enough for 2 people without too much in leftovers. For whoever wonders what person would want a smaller sized recipe, I'm raising my hand. I know others who would as well. Not everyone has a large family....or needs a large amount of cookies or any other dessert.
I guess I don't see the point to this recipe, why would anyone want to make just 6 cookies. Who cares if they are good, 6 cookies and their gone. Seems like a lot of trouble for such a little reward. Who would share?
The cookies were overall good. The were chewy & good. I used an ice cream scoop to get the perfect sized cookie. I rated the cookies 3 stars as it is a good recipe, but probably not worthy of a special occasion.
These were delicious! I made 9 cookies instead of 6. I also was surprised by the refrigeration step, but it really did need it. It made quite the difference in the cookie dough. Would definitely make these again as it is very easy to make and my boyfriend and I loved them.
Delicious and chewy. I made 12 instead of 6 cookies. I also used one whole egg instead of the 2 whites. My kids love them!
Really good recipe, the refrigeration step surprised me, but it does need it. I rolled into balls and then flattened slightly for a perfect cookie shape