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These cookies remind me of cake mix cookies by the dough consistency and the fact that the chocolate chips don't want to stay incorporated and fall out easily. I found that shaping the dough into balls rather than rolling into balls was easier. I only used 1 cup of chips (6 oz) and that was plenty. They also don't spread much. These cookies aren't bad but they definitely have a "pre-packaged mix" taste to them and are lacking the made from scratch flavor and taste. I could detect the salty taste of baking soda from the baking mix - familiar to eating a biscuit. Suitable cookies to make if you don't have much time and need to throw something together for a last minute bake sale or potluck.

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Cyberchef December 09, 2012

Wonderful!! I followed the recipe exactly but I had to use more than 1/4 cup sugar for rolling the cookie balls. I made them for hubby's work and they want the recipe. I knew they'd like them after I test-tasted them. Mad for PAC Spring 2012.

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nemokitty April 20, 2012

Wow! Talk about a good PB cookie. I love the texture and flavor. I didn't use fat-free items when I made these. So easy and very good. Thanks for sharing, this is a keeper.

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Sadie's Mom March 26, 2008
Bisquick Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Cookies