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When it comes to cookies, I’m all in. I love coming up with different recipes for varying flavors. I found this lovely chocolate chip turtle pudding cookie recipe on a sweet little website called, “Mom On Timeout.” Mom was probably eating these cookies, which is why she was in timeout lol! seriously, though, these cookies are dee-licious. I opted to keep the pecans out of mine because my youngest son has a severe allergy to tree nuts. The cookies still came out great. Plus, we just added in more chocolate chips to make up for it 🙂
Surprisingly, making these cookies was not hard at all! I mean, for the kind of flavor that they possess, you’d think you would be stuck in the kitchen all day, but that’s simply not true. Enjoy!
Recipe and photo courtesy of Mom On Timeout.
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