Triple Chocolate Fudge Pecan Cookies - CopyThis is such an easy, fast cookie recipe using a mix.   If you use your imagination and the basic recipe, you can make all kinds of great chewy cookies that just melt in your mouth!  You can create all kinds of cookies by just changing cake mixes.

These are the ingredients I used for this cookie.

1 box Betty Crocker, super moist, triple chocolate fudge cake mix (You can use any kind of cake mix, such as spice, yellow, carrot, etc.)
2 eggs
1/2 cup oil (I used Canola)
1 cup pecan pieces
1 cup chocolate chips
Mix all ingredients in a bowl using a spoon.  Spray a cookie sheet.  Make cookie dough into walnut sized balls with your hands.  Bake in preheated 375 degree oven for 12 to 15 minutes.  Makes about 2 dozen depending on the size you make them.  Enjoy!
Note:  You can add whatever you like to the cake mix such as raisins, nuts, coconut, butterscotch chips, etc. and you can use any cake mix. 
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  1. These are some of the best cookies I’ve eaten and so easy to make. Because I have made them so much I told all my FB friends your recipe and they love them too. Thanks Mary .
    I also have made many of your recipes and they are good and simple . I like the fact it’s not got so many things in it that I don’t have in my cabinet . Everything I have cooked is delicious

  2. Karen Haymore says:

    I LOVE all of your receipes!!!

  3. Luv ur receipies….Dou have a snickerdoodle cookie recipe with the white and cinnamon chips..My daughter wants these for Christmas..Tks.

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