Chocolate Chip Cookies

ChocolateChipCookies1.1

It’s Cookie Wednesday! I know Wednesday has been dubbed “Hump Day”, but I prefer Cookie Wednesday. I can’t think of a better way to celebrate the middle of the week than with a scrumptious chocolate chip cookie. The perfect reward to get you through the next couple of days. This recipe is my go to. We’ve been making them ever since I can remember and I never felt the need to look for a different cookie recipe. These are my husband’s favorite… he asks for them at least once a week and is the happiest guy when he spots a fresh batch in the cookie jar. They come out perfect every time. I like my cookies to be crispy on the outside and chewy on the inside. If you prefer a slightly crunchy cookie throughout or a chewy cookie without any crispiness whatsoever, this is the recipe for you. You simply adjust the baking time and voila.

You can please everyone in your family with one recipe. No matter how they like their cookies. I think that’s my favorite part. Hassle-free and delicious.

ChocolateChipCookies

 Oh my! I ♥ cookies!

ChocolateChipCookies3

 I leave you with a quote that couldn’t be more fitting for this recipe.

COOKIES!!!

UMM

NUM

NUM

NUM

NUM!!!

Sorry for yelling. It was Cookie Monster not me… okay, I may have gotten a little excited, too. I just can’t help it.

ChocolateChipCookies2

Chocolate Chip Cookies
A chewy and outrageously good Chocolate Chip Cookie.
Write a review
Print
Ingredients
  1. 1 cup sugar
  2. 1 cup brown sugar
  3. 3 eggs
  4. ¾ cup shortening
  5. 1 stick margarine
  6. 2 teaspoons vanilla
  7. 1 teaspoon salt
  8. 1 teaspoon baking soda
  9. 3 ¼ cups flour
  10. 1 ½ cups semi-sweet chocolate chips
Instructions
  1. 1.Preheat your oven to 370 degrees F. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper.
  2. 2.In the bowl of your stand mixer, combine sugars, eggs, shortening, margarine, and vanilla. Mix until smooth, about 2-3 minutes. Add salt and baking soda. Mix another minute or until incorporated.
  3. 3.With your mixer set to its slowest setting, add 1 ¼ cups flour. Mix until combined with the wet mixture. Add another cup and wait until fully combined before adding the final cup flour. Once the final cup is added, mix until a smooth dough forms. Add chocolate chips and incorporate with a spatula.
  4. 4.Using a cookie scoop, place cookie dough balls onto prepared baking sheet and put into your oven. Bake for 8 minutes for a chewy cookie. Bake for 9 ½ minutes for a slightly crispy cookie with a chewy inside and bake for 11-12 minutes for a crispy cookie.
Deliciously Yum! http://deliciouslyyum.com/

Related posts:

Facebooktwitterpinteresttumblr

Comments

  1. These are my favorite!

  2. Eric Sheldon says:

    I have tasted Kathi’s scrumptious chocolate chip cookies, and I am pretty sure these cookies will be served in heaven! YUM!

  3. These are the best cookies ever. In german, cookies are called Kakse. Thanks!

  4. Christina says:

    There is a misprint with the flour. After reading the directions and it starts to add 11/4 chip sugar then treo miss, to wet, I realized that’s the flour part. In the ingredients list towards the bottom it lists a large amount b of sugar which should read flour.
    These look yummy!

    • Thank you so much for bringing this to my attention, Christina. I’ve updated the recipe. Hope you’ll enjoy a delicious chocolate chip cookie soon!

  5. Hi there. New to your blog, it all looks so good. I was wondering, have you ever used butter instead of margarine? Wondering how they would turn out with the substitution?

    • Hi Julie! Yes, I have used butter and it works really well. Butter and margarine (the stick kind not the tub kind) are quite similar in fat content. When you use butter, you can taste the butter flavor a lot more and the cookies tend to be a bit more dense, but it’s not too noticeable. They’ll probably get crispier faster, so watch your first batch more closely. I would say go ahead and use butter if that’s what you prefer. I am sure your cookies will turn out great as mine have in the past whenever I used butter. Great question!

  6. Quelle vie belle et dense, faite de vision, d&eenuo;rntreprsqariat, et d’intérêt pour tous ceux qui ont eu la chance de le rencontrer.J’ai toujours le souvenir de ses cours de macro-économie à l’IESEG et je reste très reconnaissant de la passion qu’il savait faire naître chez ses étudiants. Merci Monsieur FALISE !J’ai aussi une pensée particulière pour Véronique avec laquelle j’ai partagé quelques année d’études.Soit assurée , Véronique, de toute mon affection.Hugues WATINE

Speak Your Mind

*