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chocolate chip cookies without the chocolate chips??

jen223 | Jan 13, 201401:21 PM     49

does anyone else really like to make chocolate chip cookies… but then think they'd be better without the chocolate chips? i'm generally not a big chocolate person and can easily be overwhelmed by too much chocolate in these cookies (unless heated up and served w/vanilla ice cream… COMPLETELY different story).

what would you call such a cookie? other than something like chocolate chipless cookies. i don't know that i'd call them sugar cookies because of the brown sugar. would they be butter cookies?

is there a better recipe for chocolate chipless cookies other than making chocolate chip cookies and omitting the chocolate chips??

anyone else similar to me put something else in these cookies instead of chocolate chips that they really like? peanut butter or butterscotch won't do it for me… maybe i might try toffee bits or caramel nubs. but i still think i prefer just the dough...

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