Our batch ALSO turned into a dry pile of crumbs. I had to add 1/4 cup of milk (1 Tbsp at a time) in order to have anything that resembled a dough. Also agree the dough was too salty. Refrigerated them for 30 min and baked 9 (1/3 cup, 75 g) cookies for 15 min at 375. Might have only needed 14 minutes. They weren't restaurant or professional quality but they were good.
Loved how these monster cookies came out. I was gifted some Wunderkeks recently and they were great but made me crave some huge melty fresh out of the oven homemade ones, and this recipe was just the ticket. I did reduce salt as others suggested. Changed nothing else and will be making these again, thanks!
I haven't made this yet but how many cookies does the recipe make? The 3 portions of dough on a cookie sheet threw me. I am confused
These cookies are amazing! It is quite salty so I would suggest using less than what recipe calls for. The previous review obviously did something wrong 🙄 I've made these multiple times and my whole family devours them!
Is this recipe a joke? Are these comments a joke? I quintuple-checked the recipe and I got everything right; my dough turned into a pile of dry crumbs.
I took the prior reviewers suggestions and used only 1 tsp of salt and made 4oz cookies instead of the 6.75oz size. Cooked them for 16 min and they turned out perfectly soft and melty in the middle and crispy around the edges. I also substituted 1 cup of the chocolate chips for 1 cup of chopped chocolate bar. They were delicious. Will definitely make these again!
Great cookie texture. Held their shape well. I took advice of others, used unsalted butter and reduced salt to 1tsp. It was perfect..
Dough weighed 40 oz and I thought 6.75 oz cookie was to big. I made 10 4oz cookies. Perfect size in my opinion.
Cookies came out nice and thick as promised! Next time l will reduce the salt.
Everyone loved it. So chocolate and rich and delicious!