Wilma’s Chocolate Chip Cookies

Tonight at my church we are having a Ladies Craft Night. This is our second one. They are the 1st and 3rd Tuesday of the month. Last time, one of my favorite ladies at the church made zucchini cookies. They were amazing! So, I decided to do a little baking for tonight.

My church, Greene Valley Presbyterian Church, published a cook book earlier this summer. So I flipped through it and found a recipe by Wilma Allison (who made the zucchini cookies). She is questionably one of my favorite ladies at the church. She has such a sweet spirit and is full of wonderment when you share craft projects with her. Sigh … I just love her!

Here is the recipe for Wilma’s Chocolate Chip Cookies

2 Sticks Butter (softened)                        1 tsp. Vanilla

¼ C. Sugar                                                2 Eggs

1 pkg. White Chocolate                        21/2 C. Flour

Instant Pudding                                    1 tsp. Baking Soda

¾ C. Brown Sugar                                    1 Bag Milk Chocolate Chips

Mix softened butter, white sugar, pudding, and brown sugar together. Add vanilla and eggs. Add flour and baking soda mixing slowly. Add 1 bag of chocolate chips. Bake at 350 for 8-10 min. The cookies are very light in color.

I had never used instant pudding in cookies so I was interested in hot it would taste. They were fantastic! Very moist on the inside and a little crispy on the outside. YUM! Try it for yourself!


About jaclynmferrell

I love sewing, hiking, spending time with middle and high school students, and eating delicious food.
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One Response to Wilma’s Chocolate Chip Cookies

  1. Elizabeth Larson says:

    These cookies are amazing!

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