Chocolate Malted Cookies
Total TimePrep/Total Time: 30 min.
Makesabout 1-1/2 dozen
Been making these cookies over 25 years. Everybody loves them! Be sure to use Butter flavored Crisco and Carnation malt powder for the best results. Let them firm up on cookie sheet for several minutes.
A friend made these and was gracious enough to share a couple. Oh my- how Devine. Much Better then Tollhouse!
The first tray I put in the oven used the recipe as is. Because it seemed to me that it was going to be a flatter result than I prefer, I added another half cup of flour to the rest of the dough. If I make it again, I will add a whole cup more of flour, or maybe 3/4 cup of flour, and another 1/4 cup of the malt. I did not really notice the malt in the flavor, and I had looked forward to that.
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These cookies are big in size and flavor!!!
The other reviews are correct in that these cookies really spread out as flat as a pancake. I even cut the butter down to 2/3 cup and even though the raw cookies were widely spaced on the baking sheet, they all ran together and had to be cut apart. I really do wonder how anyone is getting them to have any kind of height to them at all? Flavor is okay but nothing spectacular.
These are one of my family's favorite cookies; especially my grandsons. They love the combination of chocolate chips and malt flavoring.
I made a double batch of these cookies and they were very good. They were chewy and very chocolatey, much darker than the picture shown. I used a 1-1/2" scooper and wound up with 140 cookies, and I also used butter, rather than butter-flavored shortening.
These are delicious cookies. I always chill cookie dough, making it much easier to work with.I used 1 c. sugar and 1/2 c. fewer chips because it was difficult to keep all the chips in the dough. I could eat all of these by myself!
I was so disappointed in these cookies. They were greasy. They also seemed to burn at the temperature and time suggested. I lowered the temperature and made smaller cookies. They were somewhat better, but there is no way that I'm sending these to work with my husband. I'll stick to my tried and true yummy chocolate chip recipe.