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Chocolate Butterscotch-Chip Cookies

Add these chunky, sweet treats to your holiday dessert menu.

Source: Martha Stewart Living, December 2002
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  • emmasyaya
    3 APR, 2010
    the name led me to think that these would be chocolate cookies with butterscotch chips, which sounded very appealing. these do not...
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  • AnneN
    3 APR, 2010
    I would just decrease the chocolate chips and add butterscotch chips to my chocolate chip cookie recipe. This recips has too much butter in it. And if you decrease the butter, use 1/2 butter and 1/2 butter flavored Crisco and your cookes won't spread out as much as all butter cookies do.
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  • janza234
    25 JAN, 2010
    I agree with "alicenelson." The cookies are too greasy and very flat. They do have a great taste but they are not the type I like. They left my sons hands with a layer of butter. I will keep looking for a cookie that has both types of chips.
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  • IJ96
    8 FEB, 2009
    These cookies were fantastic,my kids loved them,and so did my husband.Easy to make.GREAT TASTE....
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  • alicenelson
    3 FEB, 2009
    These cookies are a little greasy with the extra half stick of butter. I think in the future I would just add some butterscotch chips to my old stand-by chocolate chip recipe. They were also a little thin for my taste and hard to get off the pan. Parchment paper did help with that, though.
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  • cinasue
    20 JAN, 2009
    We are going gluten free at house and I have been experimenting with using traditional recipes as a base and then combing other ingredients to make up the difference. I bought a wonderful book called Gluten-Free Banking w/ The Culinary Institute of America. It is very detailed in explaining the science behind the different combination's on how to make a recipe work. Is there anyone else going gluten free? Would love to hear from all that are, or that is thinking about it.
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  • fabriclove
    19 JAN, 2009
    Can these be made into bars?
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  • mykele
    19 JAN, 2009
    Cool slightly?? I think someone used the wrong word there. I would want to cool completely for storage and that would be for several days.
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