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The World's Best Chocolate Chip Cookie Recipe

Updated on May 4, 2012

Chewy Chocolate Chip Cookie Recipe

Lots of people who have tried these cookies have said that they were the best they'd ever had. These chocolate chip cookies are soft and chewy with a little bit of crispiness at the edges and a not-too-sweet flavor. I don't know if they're the best in the world, but they're pretty darn good, and if you follow this recipe and my simple tips and tricks you can decide for yourself.

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Chocolate Chip Cookie Recipe Ingredients

  • ¾ cup packed light brown sugar
  • ¾ cup granulated sugar
  • 1 cup (2 sticks) butter, softened
  • 1 tsp vanilla
  • 1 egg
  • 2¾ cup all-purpose flour
  • 1 tsp baking soda
  • ½ tsp salt
  • 12 oz. bag semisweet chocolate chips
Makes about 5 dozen.

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TIP: Use extra flour

This recipe uses a little extra flour to give the cookies that rounded, lumpy look. Try this trick with any other cookie recipes you have that taste good but turn out flatter than you'd like.

The extra flour also helps to give the dough a slightly salty, less sweet flavor that goes great with the chocolate chips.

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You don't need a nonstick surface for these cookies, and I prefer an uncoated pan. The darker nonstick surface on some pans makes the cookies brown too quickly on the bottom.

 
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I like to use a stackable set of cooling racks like this so the racks don't take over the kitchen, and there is plenty of space to let the cookies cool completely before transferring them to a plate or container.

 
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chocolate chip cookie photo by superfloss at sxc.hu

Chocolate Chip Cookie Recipe

  1. Preheat oven to 375°
  2. Mix the sugars, butter, vanilla, and egg until well blended and creamy.
  3. Combine flour, baking soda, and salt together. (You can do it right on top of the wet ingredients, mixing the soda and salt into the flour a little with a dry spoon before mixing the flour into the wet ingredients.)
  4. Stir wet and dry ingredients together until well blended. The dough is very dry and stiff, and it may seem as though it is too dry to combine, but it will come together.
  5. Stir in chocolate chips.
  6. Put rounded spoonfuls of dough on a cool cookie sheet a few inches apart.
  7. Bake for 8 to 10 minutes until edges are just beginning to brown. For best results, use one cookie sheet at a time in the center of the oven.
  8. Cool 2 to 3 minutes on the cookie sheet and then transfer cookies to a cooling rack.

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Are these the world's best chocolate chip cookies, or what? - If you tried the recipe, give us your verdict.

Lots of people have commented in the guestbook below with their opinions on this recipe, with responses ranging from "These really are THE WORLD'S BEST." to "We ended up throwing them all out." (!) So, what do you think?

Is this the World's Best Chocolate Chip Cookie Recipe?

YES! There are no yummier cookies than these.

YES! There are no yummier cookies than these.

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    • anonymous 3 years ago

      Yes! These are really amazing . Although next time I will cut down on the sugar ... Just a little too sweet:)

    • anonymous 3 years ago

      Love these!! I think they're pretty close to perfect.

    • anonymous 3 years ago

      Gotta say, this one's a keeper. If you like chocolate chip, definitely try these. Made a batch for hunt camp. Yes you heard right a guy baking cookies. Learned early on, if you want cookies, you gotta get off the sofa and make them yourself. Expect they will be very popular.

    • Sharon Berry 4 years ago from Michigan

      I haven't tried this recipe yet but I certainly will. I love your tip about using more flour!

    • Fox Music 4 years ago

      We will see !!

    • anonymous 4 years ago

      Yes they are absolutely great thanks for the recipe my son is hard to please and he loves these thanks again

    • anonymous 4 years ago

      They are so delicious!! I was a little weary when I saw the dough, but they are so good I am struggling not to eat them all!! They are also so easy to make!!

    • anonymous 4 years ago

      A very good recipe. Similar to another recipe from my sister's aunt in law does, an expert cookie maker. Don't overcook though. First batch came out too crispy after it cooled.

    • anonymous 4 years ago

      These cookies rock!! My family loves them

    • anonymous 4 years ago

      These are great cookies! my husband loves them! I added a little extra baking soda (about half a teaspoon extra) because I live in high altitude. I left them in the oven for about 7 minutes instead of 8-10. Great cookies!!

    • anonymous 4 years ago

      amazing, taste great and so simple to make even I could make them! They aren't as sweet as the usual cookie recipes out there and are still yummy and chewy... Thank you!!!

    • anonymous 4 years ago

      I love this recipe!!Totally five stars.

    • anonymous 4 years ago

      This recipe rocks! Used my kitchen aid mixer, took the advise of another commenter and used my pampered chef rectangle baking stone and cookie scoop so I had uniform cookies. I goofed and baked the first dozen at 350 and they still turned out fine. Second dozen at 375 were awesome. Added coconut to the remaining batter and they are good but a little too stiff. Will back off a little on the flour if I add coconut again. Thanks for the recipe!

    • anonymous 4 years ago

      I tried this recipe today and I didn't alter anything at all. It turned out to be one of the best cookies I've ever tasted! If you guys are complaining about how dry it will be, make sure to soften the butter real well and cream the butter and sugar well too! I used a rubber spatula to flatten the lumps of butter. Take the cookies out when the sides turn brown :)

    • anonymous 4 years ago

      Yes, these are the best recipe!

    • anonymous 5 years ago

      My 15 yro daughter who's only made cookies about 3 times in her life and is, by principle, not a cook, made these while I was at work the other day and they were AWESOME!! Maybe better than my usual standby recipe! She can totally take over the cookie baking in our household, as far as I'm concerned! If she had success, the reciped must be trusted! YUM!

    • anonymous 5 years ago

      Delicious taste but you need a BIG baking tray (or multiple trays) for this volume of dough. I ended up with a large cookie-cake instead of cookies...

      I know better now, so my next batch will be much thinner and spread apart!

    • Peggy Hazelwood 5 years ago from Desert Southwest, U.S.A.

      These are pretty tasty! I just finished baking a batch. I baked half on my air-cushion cookie sheet and half on my baking stone. The stone seemed to bake them more evenly.

    • PaulWSutherland 5 years ago

      I'll give it a try to see how they come out... ;-)

    • anonymous 5 years ago

      Yes, these are the best!

    NO! These cookies are inedible!

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      • anonymous 4 years ago

        well see how good they are

      • anonymous 5 years ago

        This is the tollhouse recipe

      • anonymous 5 years ago

        no they are good cake chocolate chip cookies i didn't like the extra flour... too thick and crunchy. the taste was good just not the consistency

      • anonymous 5 years ago

        These cookies were not good at all and they were way too spongyy and they did not even turn brown

      • raychic200 5 years ago

        I think you should have another module with recipes for people with food allergies.

      • anonymous 5 years ago

        I've ate bark tastier then this

      • CuteNewt 5 years ago

        I have never made them, I used to help my mom with the same recipe. Yeah, they are really good. I still have the recipe. I don't bake them, but my mom made them and they are the best, I have ever tried!

      • anonymous 5 years ago

        I haven`t tried them yet but just looking at them makes my mouth water. YUUUUUUUUUMMY!

      • anonymous 5 years ago

        This was a very badly measured recipe. Did not work at all. Devastated as I was looking forward to some yummy cookies and this just didn't deliver. Waste of supplies.

      • anonymous 6 years ago

        na too much flour

      • anonymous 6 years ago

        ummmmmm.......... wayyyyy too much butter.

      • blanckj 6 years ago

        I guess I'm a little biased. I have a recipe that I worked a few years on and I have had several people tell me my cookies are the best they have ever tasted.

      • anonymous 6 years ago

        yuck

      • anonymous 6 years ago

        Eh...no not really, not the recipe I wanted at all

      • anonymous 6 years ago

        I will NEVER make these cookies again!!! prob the worst recipe i have ever tried.... WAYYYY to much flour, i don't know where your getting your info from....But was a waste of my supplies and time!!!!

      • anonymous 6 years ago

        these are awful. "tip: use extra flour"? what a joke. WAY too much flour, they don't stick together at all. they would probably be fine with 1/2 cup less flour.

      • Blackspaniel1 6 years ago

        Best is subjective.

      • anonymous 6 years ago

        dude don't even call them world's best!

      • anonymous 6 years ago

        Less flour! Don't skimp on butter. Not worlds best but they iight.

      • anonymous 6 years ago

        There horrible !!

        They look like crap!

        and they don't even taste like chocolate chip cookies!!

      The World's Best Chocolate Chip Cookie Recipe
      The World's Best Chocolate Chip Cookie Recipe

      TIP: Cool the cookie sheet

      For lumpy, rounded cookies that are not too flat or too browned, allow the cookie sheet to cool completely between batches. If the cookies are still coming out too flat, try chilling the dough for a few minutes in the refrigerator.

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      Betty Crocker Cookbook chocolate chip cookie recipe
      Betty Crocker Cookbook chocolate chip cookie recipe

      The Betty Crocker Cookbook

      This recipe started with a chocolate chip cookie recipe from the Betty Crocker Cookbook. I have made some adjustments and figured out some tricks to get consistently good results. I don't use the original Betty Crocker recipe anymore for chocolate chip cookies, but I do use the book for lots of other dishes and cooking basics.

      TIP: Put bread in the cookie jar

      To keep the cookies soft and chewy longer, put a piece of bread in the container you are storing them in. You can use any kind of bread, and it will become stale and dried out in a day or so, but the cookies will stay soft. If the bread gets completely dried out before the cookies are gone, you can replace the bread or pour a glass of milk and eat more cookies!

      The bread trick even works to bring past-their-prime cookies back around.

      Are you drooling yet?

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          MrNoodles LM 9 years ago

          I can vouch for these. They are the best you'll ever have. Try them, you won't be diappointed.

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          anonymous 9 years ago

          Hey, I believe ya! And guess I have some more baking to do! - Kathy

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          Barkely 9 years ago

          Yummmmy lens!

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          Susan Deppner 9 years ago from Arkansas USA

          Yes, I am drooling. I had never read that extra-flour tip. I'll have to try that. Thanks!

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          newmania 9 years ago

          These are by far the best cookies I have ever had. EVERYONE I know that has tried them has agreed. I have made them severals times and they are always delicious. The only problem I have is that there is a lot of mixing involved, but it is well worth it.

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          RuthCoffee 9 years ago

          I am a chocolate chip cookie NUT. I do the extra flour thing. (I've even increased the baking soda in a pinch) Anything for a "fluffier" cookie! Great lens!

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          anonymous 9 years ago

          I love this recipe! But don't be fooled! The only change this cook made was to add a bit more flour. Otherwise it is verbatum Betty Crocker cookbook! There is no shame in that, as it's a great recipe!

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          Janet2221 9 years ago

          Great lens! I have lensrolled it to my Novelty Cookie Jars lens. :)

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          anonymous 8 years ago

          BEST COOKIES EVER!!!! I love all tips before my cookies didn't taste good but now they are amazing.

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          Robin S 8 years ago from USA

          This delicious lens is being featured today at www.cabaretsquidoo.com!

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          unique freak77 8 years ago

          Great lens and recipe! My first time making cookies from scratch, and I used your recipe, they turned out great! 5 stars!

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          anonymous 8 years ago

          i don't know how they will turn out all of my cookies usually end up HARD after 20 minutes no matter what i do!!!!!! Let's hope that the extra flower helps!!!

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          anonymous 8 years ago

          i hope they turn out really well fingers crossed

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          anonymous 8 years ago

          they are very good but my cookies are bit fat balls

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          anonymous 8 years ago

          [in reply to Becca] I would take your cookies out well before 20 minutes. You're cooking them to death.

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          rewards4life info 8 years ago

          I love it. It is a real challenge to prepare really good chocolate chip cookies, and your recipe sounds delicious! Also, I would like to invite You to join our project at http://www.squidoo.com/squidoo_recipes_cookbook. Please add this great recipe (or any other if you want)! See you there =)

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          anonymous 8 years ago

          Love the lens. Awesome recipe too! I love all the tips you give, very helpful, especially the additional flour. If you find a moment, check out my site Recipe for Chocolate Chip Cookies

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          anonymous 8 years ago

          No chewy chocolate chip cookie is complete without coconut and golden raisins!

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          anonymous 8 years ago

          I also have to agree with Froggersue, your cookies WILL be burnt, we tried it for a school project, if you don't take them out before 20 minutes. Gosh, get your facts straight please!

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          anonymous 8 years ago

          I make cookies all the time and have been throuhg 3 cookies recipes, this one being the third and I think this one might be the best one yet!Thnx

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          anonymous 8 years ago

          I love this recipe! just reading it makes my mouth water.

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          anonymous 7 years ago

          I love these cookies!! My husband says they are the best he's ever had!

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          thewishpearl 7 years ago

          I am going to try your recipe.We love chocolate chip cookies!

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          thewishpearl 7 years ago

          I tried your cookie recipe today and it was a huge hit in my household!

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          anonymous 7 years ago

          It turned out terrible. With all that butter it just flattened down to nothing. It was horrible

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          anonymous 7 years ago

          i LOVE cookies!!!!!!!!

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          anonymous 7 years ago

          what if you used extra large egss instead of large eggs? this recipe soundsd great can't wait!

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          anonymous 7 years ago

          how much does it yeild.

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          Themiscorkscrew 7 years ago

          yes i'm a cookie fanatic and chocolate chip are my favorite so so delicious 5 stars

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          anonymous 7 years ago

          mmmm these sound delicious i think i will try out this recipe very soon i need a good cookie recipe

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          Johanna Eisler 7 years ago

          Mmmm... I was without an oven for several months, and now I can't wait to bake up a storm!

          Question: do you (or anyone reading this) know where I can buy a really thin, flexible spatula for removing cookies from the pan? My old faithful Ekco is about to bite the dust, and I need a good replacement. Any ideas?

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          Criket1979 7 years ago

          Here's a wonderful trick that I've learned through the years....instead of 1 tsp of vanilla, use a small package of instant french vanilla pudding. You've got to make sure you have your butter at room temp and spend the time to fluff it good with a blender before you get going. If you don't, they cookies will turn out real flat. Also...after blending the butter, add the sugar and pudding, mix that well before adding your eggs. Gradually adding the flour mixture will keep a mixer from burning up, seems to distribute better too.

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          anonymous 7 years ago

          They took about 18 minutes to cook, and did not turn out good at all.

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          Swagger1 7 years ago

          I love chewy chocolate chip cookies and sometimes with nuts. The recipe looks delicious.

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          freaknoodles1 7 years ago

          @anonymous: 18 minutes is way too long! The cookies should take only 8 to 10 minutes, and they should be just beginning to brown at the edges and set but still soft in the middle.

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          anonymous 7 years ago

          I made these this morning and they were the first truly successful completely yummy cookies I've made in 4 years. The extra flour works really well for the lumpy look. Also , try doubling or tripling the amount of vanilla. Cheers!

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          freaknoodles1 7 years ago

          @anonymous: So glad they were good for you! I agree about the vanilla. I've never tripled it, but I do tend to let it overflow into the bowl when I measure it.

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          anonymous 7 years ago

          @anonymous: these were completely awesome. my cookie search is over & im sticking to this recipe. the cookies were chewy fluffy gooey in middle and crisp & goldish on the outside. so perfect. thank you to the person who gave this recipe! gina you must be a retarto baker. sorry but why the hellll would u leave cookies in the oven for 18 minutes! of course they turned out gross. you shouldve taken them out at 8 minutes. And don't give the "they didn't look done at 8 minutes" bull shiz. Trust me- they were done. cookies don't need to be brown or burnt to be done, they just need a tinge of golden. that's a commen mistake people make, they leave cookies in the oven way too long. FYI, they're supposed to be kinda doughey when u pull them out. they harden a lot more as they sit

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          anonymous 7 years ago

          First time I made these cookies they were a great success.. however the second time something went wrong with the dough.. Cookies were cracked and the sugar didn't melt in the oven.. do you have any idea what could have went wrong?

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          anonymous 7 years ago

          I tried this out. I didn't have brown sugar so i just used white- but it still came out fine! Thanks

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          anonymous 6 years ago

          @anonymous: well i usually add a bit of milk!

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          anonymous 6 years ago

          i like em! instead of white sugar i used brown sugar !

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          anonymous 6 years ago

          @anonymous: Heba- First make sure you ae using butter not margarine... I grabbed it once by mistake and couldn't figure out what went wrong lol ... Second try mixing the butter (room temp) and sugar first till it is whipped the whole idea of mixing the sugar and the butter is when the sugar granules pass through the fat it creates a whole that will store the steap which in turn is a leavener, then add the eggs slowy along with the vanilla. Hope your cookies turn out better :)

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          anonymous 6 years ago

          wow they're good! nice and sweet an' chewy! if u don't add salt then the flavour is much worse! GOOD JOB ;)

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          anonymous 6 years ago

          These really are THE WORLD'S BEST. I went on the hunt for the best recipe and tried 5 different ones, same basic ingredients, just different proportions, and these are THE BEST. The key ingredient though is Ghiradelli bittersweet (60% chocolate) chocolate chips instead of semisweet chips. Tee-rrific!

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          anonymous 6 years ago

          @anonymous: you just suck at baking them that time cuz you got so excited with them the second time =]

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          anonymous 6 years ago

          that's the toll house recipe!

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          mto92 6 years ago

          I just made these on a whim, mostly out of boredom and loving to bake at midnight, and they were great! I followed the recipe exactly except I replace 6 oz of chocolate chips with butterscotch chips. I'm definitely going to copy down this recipe to make for future occasions.

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          anonymous 6 years ago

          These worked great! And tasted delicious! Mixture looked dry and I had concerns about it not working, but in the end it all worked out great (:

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          anonymous 6 years ago

          I hacked this one because the flour was a little much for my taste. Here is how I hacked it. First of all, let me just say that Chipits are ok, but Baker's is where it's at. I am not scared to use Chipits though - they make a quality product. But that aside, here is how I hacked this recipe: A. I used 1 cup of the brownest brown sugar out there (Rogers), and 1/2 cup white instead of the 1:1 ratio you use. B. I also toned down the flour to 2 cups max, and used a completely level teaspoon of baking soda. C. I am cooking these at almost 4000 feet above sea level at 380 degrees for 10 minutes. I am not saying mine are any better, but given my preferences, these cookies come out slightly crunchy on the outside and chewy on the inside. ALSO: Do not roll these into a perfect ball before baking. Just pinch off a bit and throw it down, trying to keep a consistent size. This gives you a nice lumpy cookie rather than something that looks like a freaking sugar cookie your great auntie would make. Save that rolling BS for when you replace the flour with whole wheat flour and use red currants instead of chocolate chips. I know this comment sounds intense, but I take my cookies seriously. If you really want to take your cookies to the next level, add 1/8th of one teaspoon of nutmeg to your flour before you combine it with the wet ingredients. DO NOT GO BEYOND 1/8th! You will not regret how it plays off the vanilla and then gets followed up by the chocolate. OMG I think I almost died when I did this.

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          VBright 6 years ago

          CC cookies are my absolute favorite. Thanks for the recipe and lens! Imma try it soon

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          anonymous 6 years ago

          Couldn't sleep, thought I'd do some baking. This looked like a good recipe. Just finished cooling, about to try one....Mmmm! Delicious!

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          anonymous 6 years ago

          I made these one day for when my daughter came home, and when she took her first bite you could tell by the look on her face what she thought of them. She thought they were awful. I tried one, and they aren't what I was expecting at all. My husband tried one, and he had the exact same reaction as my daughter. We ended up throwing them all out. It calls for WAY too much flour. It might give them that lumpy look, but also makes them very dry.

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          blue22d 6 years ago

          I have put crackers in the cookie jar. Love you lens.

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          anonymous 6 years ago

          I tried a little variation, and i thought it came out pretty well. Try adding 3-4 table spoons of golden syrup. You'll also need to cook them on a slightly lower heat for 15-20 minutes. Still nice and chewy though. Thanks for the recipe, they are awesome.

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          Yourshowman LM 6 years ago

          Yummy lens

          i will try this recipe

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          glenbrook 6 years ago

          I'll have to try this.

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          Barbara Isbill 6 years ago from New Market Tn 37820

          I probably shouldn't but I will need to give this a try! Thumbs up!

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          Susan300 6 years ago

          Mmmm... I shouldn't have read this when was already hungry. :)

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          Blackspaniel1 6 years ago

          Getting ready to eat!

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          AnnsHomeDecor 6 years ago

          Chocolate chip cookies are my favorite. Plan on trying your recipe soon.

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          yourgoldenfuture 6 years ago

          i love choco-cookies:-)

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          anonymous 6 years ago

          it should say how many cookies it makes, PLEASE!

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          blanckj 6 years ago

          Bread is a funny tip. I use it myself and people always pull the bread out and give me a puzzled look. Then it makes sense when I explain why.

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          Jackie Block 5 years ago from SE Michigan

          My husbands family uses bread to keep the cookies moist when shipping them to relatives out of town. That was the first I had heard of it, but it works great! Nice lens.

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          ThomasJ4 LM 5 years ago

          Warm and chewy chocolate chip cookies are the best

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          javr 5 years ago from British Columbia, Canada

          I'll have to try these!

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          SummersSorbet 5 years ago

          Can't wait to try this recipe! Sounds fabulous, and great pics, too!!

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          CuteNewt 5 years ago

          Great lens, I have been wondering if anyone else knew this recipe, other then my mom.

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          ErHawkns7100 5 years ago

          I thinking about baking these right now.

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          Cynthia Davis 5 years ago from Pittsburgh

          Chocolate cookies are my favorites!

          Angel Blessed**

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          SofiaMann 5 years ago

          Great recipe. Thanks for sharing.

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          miaponzo 5 years ago

          Yeah! I adore chocolate chip cookies! Blessed!

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          Julia Morais 5 years ago

          So yummy!!

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          Renaissance Woman 5 years ago from Colorado

          It's been way too long since I have had a chocolate chip cookie... or two... or three. Thanks for the tip about the flour. Appreciated!

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          privresearch 5 years ago

          This is one great lens! love the recipe

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          raychic200 5 years ago

          Coolio!

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          Buchamar 5 years ago

          Actually, I love cookie in general :-)

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          patriciapeppy 5 years ago

          what a yummy lens

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          aexwai 5 years ago

          yesss yesss i do!!:))))

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          Angela F 5 years ago from Seattle, WA

          Yum! Added to My Favorite Chocolate Desserts lens

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          Stephanie Tietjen 5 years ago from Albuquerque, New Mexico

          Yum, you really know your choc chip cookies and offered some great tips here. Thanks

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          Annamadagan 5 years ago

          Mmm, good! Thanks for sharing! I am featuring this on my "Yummy Chocolate Chip Cookie" lens.

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          Shorebirdie 5 years ago from San Diego, CA

          Yes, I'm really hungry now!

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          anonymous 5 years ago

          These look good. Thank you for sharing this recipe.

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          Peggy Hazelwood 5 years ago from Desert Southwest, U.S.A.

          Yum, I think I'm going to make these RIGHT NOW!

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          anonymous 5 years ago

          so delicious, everyone who tried them thought so too. finally a successful cookie.thank you for sharing !

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          miauw99 5 years ago

          Chocolate chip cookie is a must have cookie on holidays

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          anonymous 4 years ago

          drooling no...ok maybe alittle on the other hand im amazed

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          puppyprints 4 years ago

          LOVE chocolate chip cookies

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          chas65 4 years ago

          Chocolate chip cookies are my absolute fav, can't wit to try out your recipe.

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          anonymous 4 years ago

          These cookies are the best!

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          mrsclaus411 4 years ago

          I love chocolate chip cookies especially the chewy ones.

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          anonymous 4 years ago

          I made these today! And I'm only 14 :D They turned out to be one of the best cookies I've ever tasted!

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          Ashly Rain 4 years ago

          Yes! Yummy.

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          Gayle Dowell 4 years ago from Kansas

          Just ate a few chocolate chip cookies from a mix. I love them.

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          Joy Neasley 4 years ago from Nashville, TN

          baking time!

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          Clairissa 4 years ago from OREFIELD, PA

          Yep

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          anonymous 4 years ago

          Yes. I really like the recipe. I hope that I do not put to much flour. Thank you. I will give this a try.

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          anonymous 4 years ago

          Just made these up and the doe is good.

          Got some in the oven, look pretty good.

          Thanks

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          Fox Music 4 years ago

          Thank you for sharing this delicious lens "The World's Best Chocolate Chip Cookie Recipe"

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          Sharon Berry 4 years ago from Michigan

          Chocolate Chip cookies are one of my all time favorites, especially with a big cold glass of milk.

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