Do you have to use light brown muscovado sugar or could you just use dark brown sugar because thats what I have? We didn't have caster sugar and used a mix of light muscovado sugar and demerara and it worked a treat. I think it probably will be fine with just dark. It will only alter the flavour a bit. Thanks for your question. We'd suggest using 40g of the dark and an extra 40g of the granulated. Would this cookie recipe work as a skillet cookie? Thanks for your recipe - we haven't tried that so can't comment. You could experiment with a small amount of mixture to see, and if not, cook the rest in the oven.
The dough freezes well if this isn't convenient to do straightaway. How long do these cookies last for once baked, please? These will last for 3 - 4 days in a sealed container. The uncooked dough also freezes well. You can defrost fully, then place small mounds on a baking tray and cook as above. Why is there a few steps missing? Thanks for your question but we can't see anything missing.
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Whatever you decide, just replace chocolate chips and nut amounts with the same amount of new ingredient you are adding. Carbohydrate Choice 1. More About This Recipe. After baking, testing and tasting over and over again, we landed on this recipe for the best chocolate chip cookies ever. Even better, this recipe is reliable enough that you can use it as a base for a little experimentation—try different kinds of chips and nuts for easy flavor twists.
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In my opinion, Biscolata has the best cookies. These are amazing. Easy to make and everyone loved them! How did you people manage to mess this recipe up? I make this once every 2 or 3 months and it never comes out "dry" or "crumbly. Yes, it's going to be a bit crumby for a moment but once you start getting everything mixed, you're going to see a nice, moldy dough form. This cookie recipe is absolutely flawless, please stop trying to turn people away from making it because you were too stupid to follow instructions.
This is the Nestle Toll House recipe minus an egg. Are you giving credit where credit is due? I've been making these cookies plus one egg! I like to use one cup of chocolate chips and add raisins. Bake at for 30 minutes and enjoy! Well, I usually read the reviews before I make recipes, but when I started, I was glad I didn't read them because I would have been discouraged instantly.
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For those of you who say it's too dry and crumbly, I agree, but I found some ways to get around it. And the butter? I divided grams into quarters. I think I used dark brown sugar for the recipe. My little sister doesn't like any other cookies than mine, that's a fact. This has become my go to recipe for chocolate chip cookies. Everyone loves them! Thanks for sharing! You're welcome! I wish I had a culinary momma like you when I was growing up! My mother was more into the 'ol "food pyramid".
As if Michelle Obama doesn't enjoy a good cookie every now and then, too! I followed this recipe exactly as given. The cookies were very flat and did not have the best taste. I won't make them again, too bad. They looked delicious in the picture. Could you have melted the butter somewhat? I hope your ingredients were fresh. I agree. Never had chocolate chip cookies turn out this way. I think I'll stick with the recipe on the package.
I tied two batches of this recipe and they both failed. So my family's favorite chocolate chip recipe had been Betty Crocker's Buttery Chocolate Chip cookies, until now. They are similar enough recipes really.
Both delicious but these seemed to disappear quicker. I haven't made it yet but I definitely intend to. It looks delicious. I created an account just to post a review on this particular recipe. I have made these cookies countless times and they always come out chewy, crisp and delicious. Thus the reason your dough was dry as the Sahara as one poster put it.
Sigh, will people ever figure it out or are they destined to be clueless forever? I got an email saying there were more comments on this and I clicked it but I'm the one who made them and they turned out as dry as the sahara and this might be tough for you but I actually am competent and know how to read, therefore I did use 2 sticks of butter. I created an account just to respond to your review because I found it to be very rude. I find it unnecessary for you to put other people down because you assume that the reason their cookies failed is because they misunderstood the recipe because their not as smart as you.
Well you are grossly misinformed and your guarantee isn't worth much. As someone who is smart enough to understand a simple recipe and who did use TWO sticks of butter, I still had cookies that turned out flat and brown, so your estimation is wrong. There are other reasons why a recipe doesn't turn out, not just because someone made it incorrectly. I think you owe everyone an apology.
Being nasty is never necessary. For those of you whose cookies didn't turn out, try chilling the dough overnight as it may have become too soft. Use shortening next time instead of butter granted it won't be as buttery tasting or try using a different cookie sheet. I even read a suggestion that said to use baking soda instead of baking powder if your cookies are coming out flat.
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I follow the recipe to the tee. I saw a post a while ago on a girl's blog and you should read it The cookies turned out excellent. I did add the heath bar bits to it with the walnuts. My husband devoured them. A definite keeper. This is the best cookie recipe I have yet to find. The cookie is soft and oh so good. Can't keep them for long the family eats them up. I usually half the dough and put chocolate chips in on half and raisins in the other half.
I guard this recipe. Thanks for sharing it with us Betty Crocker. These are the best tasting cookies of any recipe I've used. Sometimes I have trouble where they come out too hard, but I've found that adding an extra egg helps. This recipe is the BOMB!!! Best cookies ever!!! You don't even need to monkey around with it by adding or taking away anything. Try it, you will be glad you did! I substituted confectioners sugar for granulated sugar, and added a teaspoon or less of raspberry extract, and it turned out amazing! Best Cookies on earth everyone at home and at school loves it.
A little help please. I made these and they are delicious. However, they just didn't "spread" out. The first out of the oven were chocolate chip balls, still yummy. I should add that while I'm a pretty good cook, I'm new to baking. I'm pretty sure I followed the recipe but the dough seemed overly dry to me. Any suggestions? It sounds like there was too much flour in your dough. If you're new to baking, you may have been tempted to pack and tap the measuring cup when you were measuring the flour.
Flour should be gently spooned into the measuring cup until it overflows a bit. Then use the flat edge of a knife or spatula to scrape off level the excess across the top of the cup. I made these for the first time this weekend and they turned out great. I believe the combination of brown and white sugar added to the chewy texture my family loves.
I did have to bake a little longer than the minutes but they were delicious, definitely a keeper! I made this recipe and absolutely love it. I find that degrees is way too high. Even for such a short time as 8mins, with the cookies on the highest oven rack, the bottoms still seem to burn. I would suggest a lover temp. What do I add if I take out the nuts? I have to make them nut free.
A cup of nuts must need to be replaced with something, flour? The presence or absense of nuts or chips have no affect on the dough. You can leave either or both out. The cookies just won't have the lumps and bumps shown in the picture. I've excluded nuts from the recipe and did not replace them with another ingredient.
They still turned out delicious! I have made these cookies several times for my son-in-law and grandsons, who are all cookie monsters. I followed the recipe as written and made them larger with a bigger scoop. I have found that cooking a smaller one for the 8 minutes and the bigger ones for 10 and then letting them cool keeps them soft for as long as they last. These cookies are "Awesomely Delicious"! This is my go to recipe. Being from India, I am very new to baking but now loving it. Thanks for sharing such simple yet mouthwatering recipes. Tried this chocolate cookies and we all loved it.
It was a hit!!