Rainy day baking

My sister in law passed on this amazing chocolate chip cookie recipe, the kind that you barely bake…my favorite!  I was sooo excited to make them.  I got half way into the recipe and realized I didn’t have eggs.  Really?  No eggs?  Stink!  Luckily I was multitasking (probably the reason why I didn’t notice I was missing a vital ingredient) and on the phone with a friend and she recommended using sour cream instead of eggs.  Really?  No eggs?  They turned out SOOOOO GOOD!

Doughy, Chocolately, Totally Fat Free Chocolate Chip Cookies

1c butter                                                                     1/8 tsp salt

1c sugar                                                                     1 tsp baking soda

3/4 c brown sugar                                                  1 tsp vanilla

2 eggs or a heaping tbsp of sour cream          2.5 c flour

1 pkg instant vanilla pudding                              1 bag of chocolate chunks

Mix. Bake at 350 F for  8 minutes and not a minute more!

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3 thoughts on “Rainy day baking

  1. cristy says:

    so, if you make these again…..would you use the sour cream or eggs?

  2. M&J Petays says:

    think of all the raw cookie dough i eat! definitely using sour cream!!

  3. Brittney says:

    oh my, i guess i need to be keeping up better with your blog! Cristy sends me your link every now and then, then when i actually catch up, there’s ALOT to catchup!! …all these fun kid things i’ve been missing out on and we’re half way thru the summer! ….i LOVE LOVE LOVE the picts of your boys with their jello and rinds:O) so cute

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