Last night I made two recipes to review. I am reviewing the Chocolate Chocolate Chip Cookies today, and the Parker House Rolls tomorrow.
Recipe: 1 box walnut brownie mix, 1 egg, 1/4 cup of oil, 1 cup chocolate chips.
Mix together, put in refrigerator for up to an hour. Roll heaping teaspoon into a ball and put on ungreased cookie sheet or silpat (my favorite). Bake at 350 degrees for 8 – 10 minutes.
These are my families favorite cookies. I have been making them for over 30 years and do not even know where I originally got the recipe.
I had to change the recipe because, just like other foods, brownie mixes are now smaller than they were previously. Doesn’t this really irritate you? Like soup and toilet paper? I didn’t realize that and had used the two eggs. I noticed they were much more liquidy (is that a word?) than ever before. No biggy though, I just added some flour to get the correct consistency. Originally they would make a 9 inch square pan, now they make only an 8 inch square. If you find a brownie mix that makes a 9 inch square, use two eggs.
Do not overcook, they should look kind of shiny and not quite done. Let cool for five minutes before plating.