I love chocolate as much as anybody but I really wanted something different. I had purchased a Betty Crocker butter pecan cake mix that just sounded so yummy but it just sat in my cupboard. I had a recipe for using chocolate cake mixes to make cookies and thought that would be a good use of the butter pecan mix. I showed up at our family christmas with these yummy cookies. I am constantly getting requests for them. I finally had to find a way to package them so I wouldn't have to be baking forever. If you are like me I can't just bake without sampling.
Combine the cake mixes, butter and eggs in a large bowl. Mix thorougly together.
Stir in the toffee chips. It will be gooey.
REFRIGERATE FOR SEVERAL HOURS.
THIS IS A MUST: Cover cookie sheet with PARCHMENT PAPER BAKE: 350 Degree oven for 9 minutes to 11 minutes. Nine minutes they are soft and scrumptious, 11 minutes they are crispier. If baking for 9 minutes you will need to place parchment paper between layers of cookies to store them. They tend to stick together otherwise.
HINT: To save on my calorie intake, storage and time, I pour the dough onto sheets of freezer wrap, making it into rolls that I just throw in the freezer. This allows me to make them ahead so I can just bake what I need. Or I just write the directions for baking on the wrapping and give them as presents that the person I am giving them to can bake as they want them.