17 Reviews

i made a big batch of these for a bake sale, and they sold out in 45 minutes!! :D i also added coconut to them, which added a nice twist :)

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pollen February 24, 2002

A very interesting one of a kind recipe. I was looking for a white chocolate chip cookie recipe. I wasn't sure about chocolate, white chocolate chip cookies, but thought I'd give it a try. Glad I did! Dough is sticky thick consistency and tasted like chocolate cake mix. I thought it might not make many cookies...but I ended up making 2 dozen cookies. This recipe is so simple and quick. They are very rich cookies and demand a glass of milk! Yum! Thanks for posting this recipe!

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Cactus Arm November 15, 2012

Water? I thought how interesting with deserved baking soda? Then I got scared when I saw how sticky this was...so I added 1/4 cup more flour! I am glad I did! They are so good my husband kept saying these are good, NO these are really good, I mean really really good... all the while my six year old was sneaking one, two, three, four and probably more. Thanks for a yummy and different recipe

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LB in Middle Georgia September 30, 2011

Oh. My. Gosh. These cookies are sooooo good! Seriously, some of the best cookies I've ever had. I love that they are egg-free so that my egg-allergic son can have some. I added just a little more flour (maybe 1/8 cup) and I used only white chocolate chips (1 1/2 cups). I rolled them into balls (dough is a bit sticky) and baked them only 12-14 minutes. They came out perfectly!!

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Mommy G January 14, 2011

Yummy :) I was a little skeptical of the water, but the cookies turned out just fine. Reading the other comments, I decided to add a little more flour to keep them from going to flat (just about an 1/8th of a cup) and they turned out really good. Necessity is the mother of invention :P I had to use whole wheet, and instead of dark chocolate chips, I used cashews (still very very yummy that way :D)

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Culinary Creationist July 08, 2010

Deeeeelicious! A little flat for my liking but the flavor makes up for it. Very rich. I used only 1 cup semi-sweet choc. chips.

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jaymiehormel November 09, 2009

this was the easiest and most delicious recipe i have ever made, i would definitely suggest cooking them for 14 minutes MAX, everyone has said "NO U DID NOT MAKE THESE THEY ARE AMAZING" and im like no seriously it was me, an they were so so easy!, defanitely suggest everyone trying these!

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sweetcaroline168 September 30, 2009

I divided the dough in three before stirring in chips and made chocolate-mint, chocolate-peanut butter and chocolate-white chocolate chip cookies. Delicious!

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KimEBdos July 06, 2009

Fabulous recipe! I loved the flavor! It was a hit in my family! I love that it was so easy to make and the dough didn't require refrigeration as many chocolate chocolate cookie dough recipes require. The biggest thing about this recipe is that I can make it for my egg-allergic son without having to use one of my substitutes I use for eggs in recipes. It was AWESOME!!!! Thanks so much for sharing!

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cmr1120 March 13, 2009
Black & White Chocolate Chip Cookies