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CHeeb November 4, 2018
I had the same experience,thinking they were very buttery upon taking them out of the oven. I stacked and stored them in layers with wax paper in a Tupperware box. Over the next few days,the greasiness dissipated. I looked to see if the wax paper was saturated and it was not. I don't know what happened but this cookie got better after sitting. I went to get one and my husband had eaten most of them! I will make these for my voting/poll worker friends and also make smaller balls of dough. I cheated a little,combining white chocolate with the butterscotch chips and they were fine. I'll bet bittersweet chips would be good with the already sweet dough!
Gabriela December 7, 2016
Delicious! Three things: I didn't use an extra bowl for the egg and vanilla - no problem; I would use a little less butter next time; and they really did spread a lot, so I made the second batch a little smaller.
RSVPPDQ36 September 29, 2015
These are really good. I forgot the butterscotch chips in the first pan so I sprinkled them in the hot cookies, and spread the melted butterscotch over the top. Then I drizzled chocolate on them and they looked great!
Jennifer P. August 22, 2015
These are excellent! I used half chocolate chips and half butterscotch. They are thin and crips and delicious!
Lesley June 1, 2015
These are pretty tasty, but a bit greasy. And I even cut the butter to 3/4 c. Still worth making though!
Sarah W. May 21, 2015
These were fantastic! Kids loved them, I loved them, husband loved them. The dough was a great snack while the rest of it was cooking!
KEN May 10, 2015
this recipe is great! when they are done they look just like the picture. will make them 1/2 size next time. Thank you for posting this....
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