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  • Writer's pictureAlyssa Rosa

Double Chocolate Chip Cookie Recipe

Updated: Apr 6, 2020

Hello bakers! I'm sure you're all doing the same thing I am with all this time at home: lots of baking!! This week I decided to just find whatever I had in the pantry and bake something up, so we're making double chocolate chip cookies!

I like this recipe because it makes a very rich and chewy cookie with just the right amount of salt to cut that sweetness (I'm a sucker for salted cookies).

First, preheat your oven to 350 Degrees F.

For any cookie recipe, you should always use the creaming method. I've heard tons of stories from friends and family who try a recipe they found online and their cookies come out dense and dry. There are 3 easy-to-remember steps to solve that problem with the creaming method:

1. Butter and sugar

2. Eggs and flavor

3. Dry ingredients

First, place softened butter and both sugars into a mixing bowl (You're going to need either a standing mixer or an electric hand mixer for this one).

Using a paddle attachment, cream the butter and sugar on high speed until the mixture becomes light and fluffy. (As shown above)

Make sure to scrape the bowl and attachments in between steps!

Next, add the eggs and vanilla, and mix on a low speed until combined and scrape the bowl once again.

In a separate bowl, combine all of your dry ingredients with a whisk.

Next, add the dry ingredients to the bowl and mix on a low speed until it just comes together- you can see there is still some flour in the bowl- this is to avoid over mixing, since I still need to add chocolate chips!

Don't forget to scrape that bowl again!

Add the chocolate chips and mix again on low speed until all of the chips are mixed in.

For my cookies, I like to use a small scoop, which is about 2 inches in diameter. Scoop your cookies onto a parchment-lined or non stick baking sheet and bake for about 7-9 minutes.

Keep an eye out for these in the oven, a couple extra minutes too long and you'll end up with hockey pucks!! (I learned that the hard way)

They don't spread very much, so you can fit quite a few onto a tray. One batch made about 20-24 cookies.

These cookies are soft, chewy, and who doesn't love chocolate!?

Give this recipe a try! If you're a chocoholic like me, I'm sure you won't be disappointed!

See you next time!


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