I made a Wilton Chocolate Cookie recipe from one of the old yearbooks and it was AWFUL!!!!!! It was dry, crumbly and tasted awful...It called for 2 3/4 cups flour and 3/4 cup sugar, which I think was not a good ratio.
I'm making this in the shell pan to make the Thanksgiving Turkey cake.
Can I use the chocolate cookie recipe from Kitchengifts and put it in this pan and bake as one big cookie??? This is the first time I've done a giant cookie and I want this to turn out good, it's for a friend's daughter.
Can anyone HELP me!!!??? Please and Thanks in advance.
I'm bumping myself up...Please anyone who can help, this is due tomorrow and I need to bake today.
What is the entire recipe? Ingredients.
the awful one? I am thinking of doing the Tollhouse Pan Cookie recipe and adding Cocoa to it. Do you have any idea how much and do I need to change anything else to compensate for the extra dry ingredient???
I was hoping you would post The ingredients so I could tell if the dryness was due to The recipe.
The recipe I used is:
3/4 cup butter
3/4 cup sugar
1 tsp vanilla
2 3/4 cups flour
2 tsp baking powder
It was just awful!!!!
cindy6250...I have always had luck with the Tollhouse recipe. I have made several cookie cakes in many different pans. I have never had a problem with it not coming out just right. Not to mention...everyone loved that recipe.
I called their toll free number and they advised on how to make them chocolate with the chips. I have got to get this done tonight because I go for my try out to apprentice for a pastry chef tomorrow and I have school tonight (and a test)...No rest for the weary!!!
I have used a recipe with similar proportions before and it never turned out crumbly. The only think I could think of is. Use a little less flour. If you Are rolling them out do it between wax paper. Make sure you are using large eggs. Or get a new recipe LOL...
Does it have A bitter taste?
You should have asked me for the recipe. It can also be found on the tollhouse bag of chocolate chips. Good luck with your cookie cake....and your test.