This is a recipe for chocolate cookies with chocolate and/or peanut butter chips that is very simple and easy to make, but tastes really good and makes a *LOT* of cookies.

Preheat an oven to 350 and mix all of the following together, preferably in the given order:

Wad this mix into a bunch of little balls of about a small spoonful's worth of dough each, and put them on a cookie sheet spaced a couple inches apart. Bake them in the oven, middle or top shelf, at 350 for about six to ten minutes. You will need to let them sit for about two to five minutes to harden before attempting to remove them from the sheet, and you may want to let them harden a couple minutes after that before attempting to eat them. Repeat this until you're out of dough.

What's great about this recipe is that while the cookies taste better a little bit soft, they still taste okay if they're crispy. So if the first batch turns out too crispy, you can shorten the cooking time on the next batch, but the first batch's cookies will still be usable.

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