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  1. Judy slominski says

    I AM A Master Baker and these are totally the best. I make them often. Try the pistachio pudding with pistachios and the butterscotch pudding with butterscotch chips.Choc,pudding with choc. or white chips. Have fun and let the kids help.

  2. Tara says

    5 stars
    I have a really good cookie recipe it’s very easy & basic. If you don’t have a mixer this is the best recipe there is.In large bowl add your dry (except for morsels),set aside.In medium pot add egg,sugar either white or brown,on low heat (for sugar cookies or that you use white sugar for) or high heat ( for any other recipe using brown sugar) keep whisking til everything is completely melted now the egg will not curdle as long as you keep whisking.You can do this too for making a lemon curd.Now add to dry ingredients.Wait til cooled then add morsels.Since this is using a pudding add this to the dry ingredients & whisk all together.Also if you want a fluffy cooking add an acid to the baking powder such as lemon juice.Add this when you take the butter & sugar off the stove.This really does work & I find it alot easier & the flavor is the same.

  3. Josephine G says

    I have been putting pudding in my chocolate chip cookies for years. I find that the instant french vanilla works perfectly.

    • Aimee Berrett says

      I wish i could say i came up with the idea, but One of my roommates in collage made chocolate chip cookies with pudding mix and I got the idea from her. So tasty though!

  4. Wes says

    I made two batches of these cookies over the weekend and they turned out great. For the second batch I used gluten free all purpose flour (plus zanathan gum) and pistachio pudding mix. My niece has celiac and she really enjoyed them. There was no real difference between the two in terms of texture or taste. I used Bob’s Red Mill All Purpose Gluten Free Flour. The pistachio pudding mix was just to change things up a bit.

  5. Martha Roggenbaum says

    I used a similar recipe (butterscotch pudding and a mix of butterscotch, white and chocolate chips)….everyone wanted the recipe, The pudding really makes these moist and chewy!

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