Nut House Cookies!

Here’s something you don’t see often; baking tips from the kitchen of yours truly! But! I am compelled to share this little discovery with y’all! Now, granted, it might not be anything new, but it’s new to me, so gimme some slack. I call my new tasty treat the “Nut House Cookie”!

It’s really very simple, and as I hinted above, I’m sure it’s nothing new; I simply use the Toll House cookie recipe on the back of the Nestle’s chocolate chips bag, but I leave out the chocolate chips and add more nuts! Thus the name, “Nut House Cookies”.

I’ve so far tried them with walnuts and pecans, but I’m thinking you could use any kind of nut you prefer. I’m considering trying salted peanuts. Get that salty-sweet thang goin. And how about, salted pecans. Ooooooo!

Anyway, give it a try. They are deeeeelicious, no matter what kind of nut you are… I mean use. (I resemble that remark!)

6 Comments »

  1. Faye said

    From one baker to another, I think it is always nice to share something that is discovered in baking. One never knows when that helpful hint might help someone else. Thank you Charlie!

  2. Susan said

    Susie Homemaker is very interested in this recipe. Thanks for the tips.

  3. elizena said

    Thanks for the recipe! I was trying to think of another cookie recipe to try out and this will be great. I think I’ll try macadamia nuts. Ooooh, that sounds really good!
    Hope your Christmas is awesomely blessed!

    • You will like these, I betcha! I will be making some for Mom while she’s here for Christmas!
      Thanks for the visit and comment!

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