A simple recipe for those who want to make chocolate chip cookies without the hassle of dropping batter into individual cookies. These buttery, chewy bar cookies are totally scrumptious... Make them with or without the coconut and/or nuts. If desired, substitute white, milk chocolate, bittersweet, or peanut butter chips for the semisweet chips called for in the recipe.
kmcm7b ,I’m borderline local-famous for making these, after having this recipe for about 6 years, but I just realized I haven’t written it a review yet! As-written is great, it’s cool to omit the nuts (I do), and my little variation includes using half milk and half semi-sweet chips or chunks and adding a couple dashes of good cinnamon to the flour mixture to balance the overall sweetness. They’re great. 👍🏽
scbennorx9n9 ,Very crumbly when placed in pan. Had to cook for more mins (43mins). Absolutely fabulous!!!
classicknits ,I followed the recipe omitting the coconut and egg yolk. I was surprised at the batter (appeared too little for the pan and overly greasy), however, they baked up beautifully. Toasted coconut was a nice recommendation.
ladyhoffman ,These are amazing!! I used half whole wheat flour and half all purpose for just a little more fiber/protein. Baked for 25 minutes. Came out PERFECT! Will be making these again and again and again . . .
shekkie ,I have baked these things for 45 minutes and they are still raw in the middle. I must have done something wrong.
dnicely1967 ,Awesome cookie bars. If you don't like these then your taste buds are broken. lol