Have you ever taken a bite of something and just knew you would never have another like it? That’s what happened when I made these cookies. Now, those who know me know that I don’t really enjoy cooking or baking, so trying new recipes bring on anxiety because they very rarely work out for me and I feel like I’ve just wasted time and money on something that was a fail (ok they normally aren’t a complete fail, we can eat it, its just not what I wanted it to be). So when I got the random urge to make some cookies and followed that by wanting to try a new recipe since I really haven’t loved the one I’ve been using, I went for it. Click here to see recipe I tried, I even tried Karen’s trick with the spoons and it really worked! Now I did make a change to the very end. After I did the spoon trick and added a few extra chips to the tops, I put them back in the oven for one and a half minutes. This helped to melt those chips on the top and gave them a better look and made the gooeyness cook up a little better. I cooked up half the batch and put the rest in the freezer for another day. If you try this recipe, let me know how you chose to do them! Sometimes just one little difference is what makes them perfect.