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Chocolate Chip Cookie

Chocolate Chip Cookie Mix

Chocolate Chip Cookie Mix Pouch

1lb 1.5 oz

(21 Ratings)
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Spot-n-the-kitchen said: Posted: 8/9/2014 6:07 PM
One of my mother's friends bought us the chocolate chip cookie mix for the family and for me to make it. Today I decided to make it. Now normally my family and I just make cookies from scratch, tastes better in my opinion. But I was curious how good these cookies would turned out from a package. Just as one would normally expect from a cheap and easy fixer upper. The taste was bland, cookies came out flat, raw in the middle, and were crumbly when all said and done. I wouldn't let "Betty Crocker" cookie mixes into my kitchen any time soon or ever! You're better off making cookies from scratch, at least you know what's in the cookies and instead of crud that doesn't need to be in the mix. And when I say "crud" I mean things that don't belong in a cookie mix. So next time take a look at the ingrident list and wonder if that's what you would put into a cookie dough mix yourself? Or more importantly would you consume it?
 
dnc008 said: Posted: 5/20/2014 11:29 AM
Received a bag of chocolate cookie mix from a friend. No box, no instructions on how to bake these. Can someone please list the instructions (preheat 350, 2eggs, 1tlbs water, bake 35mins etc.) on how I need to mix and bake these. Thanks a lot! :)
 
TheFamilysBaker said: Posted: 5/12/2014 12:58 PM
I use this mix to make brownies with chocolate chip cookies in it. I use 2 boxes of Betty Crocker Fudge Brownie Mix, pour it into pan sprayed with cooking oil spray. Then I make two bags of the Betty Crocker Chocolate Chip Cookie Mix. Drop in all the cookie mix by rounded tablespoonful, evenly spaced and very close together, into the brownie mix. After all the cookie mix is dropped in, make sure you push them down into the brownie mix. (I push them down at the end or you can't really see where you have already put the cookie dough.) If the cookie mix is not pushed down, you will get a bottom layer of fudgy brownie and a top layer of cookie. (It's not bad this way either.) It needs to be baked at 350* for about an hour in a 13 x 9 pan. I make this in a bigger 10.5 x 15 brown glass pan, which is about 35% bigger than a 13 x 9, baking that for 1:15 to 1:30, when using a 13 x 9 pan, you will want to use less of brownie and cookie mix, about 1.5 packages of each mix for thick brownies or one package of each for thinner brownies. If you like cake like brownies, add the extra egg for each brownie mix. I have made it this way, but it is dryer and more cake like, my kids and family prefer it "fudgy". I make this for family gatherings, and for my teenage boys to take to parties and get togethers. They always say, this huge pan of brownies is always gone half way through the party, and the mother's ask them for the recipe!
 
angiem87 said: Posted: 2/16/2014 10:42 AM
These are the best cookies! I have been making them for years and every time I go anywhere with them EVERYONE asks me to make more. It is now my item to bring to each Holiday my family celebrates and my son's co-workers ask for them all the time. Just add some extra choc chips and use real butter and that's it. Thanks Betty Crocker for making me look so good!
 
cjferraris said: Posted: 1/25/2014 10:51 AM
I picked up a package when they were on a promotion. Tried them and they were so easy, I went back and got several more packages. The flavor was excellent, it was easy to make, and you can add a few crushed pecans or walnuts to give them a little variety.
 
shotabonbon said: Posted: 12/31/2013 2:47 PM
these are literally the easiest cookies around. theres like three steps lol i love making them because they require the smalest amount of ingredients and time making them really easy to make after school and stuff and when im bored lol
 
Sussieqt said: Posted: 12/25/2013 8:08 PM
Any reason why they didn't put the directions on the package? Good thing I've baked them before.
 
snwprncss said: Posted: 12/4/2013 4:17 PM
Kids and I made these today. usually make dessert from scratch but with kids it is easier like this. Anyways, These were great, all of them are gone and it is only 5pm lol. Will definitely use again!
 
Jeannette1234 said: Posted: 12/2/2013 5:15 PM
The instructions are not very clear.. If Anyone can ease write down step to step To bake this cookies.. Thanks
 
SubSweet said: Posted: 5/27/2013 7:26 PM
Yummy! My cookies are baking in the oven right now! This is the first time I am cooking with no assistance and it's going great!
 
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