Giant Monster Cookies
Total TimePrep: 20 min. + chilling Bake: 15 min./batch
Makesabout 2-1/2 dozen
Really good cookie. Chewy texture, and can add different combinations of to the dough besides M & Ms. We like that this cookie has no flour. We make these often, and every one has loved them.
I really like this recipe turned out wonderful was wondering if you had the full recipe that your mother gave you 35 years ago that is the one I lost and in trying to find but I can't remember the whole thing
Great tasting cookies! My attempt made more than expected. I had a little bit of a trouble keeping them together, and had to shape them with my hands after spooning them up with a 4T spoon.
These cookies are a real hit with my family and friends. I like using crunchy peanut butter. Consider this one of my best cookie recipes . Notice that it contains no flour.
Can anyone tell me when you freeze them after cooked.. then thaw them...do they lose moisture or have a different texture. Planning for an event and the make ahead and freeze would be so great
Can you believe that we triple this recipe! That way they're enough cookies to go around for all the kids little and big. These make wonderful gifts for the holidays!!
These are amazing cookies! I used chunky peanut butter instead of creamy and added 1 cup of Kraft Caramel Bits for extra chew. Yum!
bought a fundraiser container of monster cookie dough and the hubbie stated it was awful. i found this recipe and had all ingredients on hand. just taking the last pan out of the oven now and i just threw away the rest of the awful tub of dough from the fundraiser. these are EXCELLENT!! hubbie likes them crispy so i baked them a few minutes longer for him. i like mine chewy and the baking time is spot on. tasty, not crumbly, easy dough to work with after the chilling time. thinking of making ice cream sandwiches with them for a summer treat.
very filling cookies!! You can do so much with these, by adding different ingredients.
These are soooo good. Followed the recipe exactly EXCEPT one of the grand kids does not like raisins. I used chopped dates. Used baking M&M's., and a mixture of milk choc and dark choc chips. They were gone so fast. Made them for the nursing home for the residents and they loved them. I have a propane stove and it took a tad longer to bake. After 6 minutes reversed the tray front to back and baked for an aditional 6 to 8 minutes. Came out soft in the center and light brown on the edges. Used a large scoop as I thought using a measuring cup slower.