I’m always trying out chocolate cookie recipes to see if I can better the ones I already have listed here. I can’t say I find better ones, just different. Different is good and I have very willing testers!
Here are the other recipes for you to try: https://www.cozebakes.com/2016/07/19/soft-chewy-chocolate-chip-cookies/
Gluten Free: https://www.cozebakes.com/2018/03/06/gluten-free-chocolate-chip-cookies/
This latest one is a basic cookie dough recipe and you can add any mixture of what rocks your boat to make them special.
I’ll list some options in the recipe for you to choose from … or try them all 😊
This is a very traditional American style chocolate chip cookie recipe. The result is a soft, chewy cookie with crispy edges. I put them into an airtight container as soon as they are cool enough and that keeps them chewy. If you prefer, you can keep them out on the wire rack for longer to crisp up a bit more.
The recipe was given to me years ago from an American friend and I’ve converted the measurements to grams. == The only question you will be asked once you bake these is “can you make more!”
You will be everyone’s favourite when you make these fudgy, like a brownie, chocolatey cookies. They can be eaten straight from the oven for a pure heavenly experience or you can pop them, still on their tray, into the fridge to stop them from cooking further – this way, they keep their fudgy, squashy centres.
This recipe will make between 24/28 large cookies.
Sometimes in our house, chocolate is the only answer and the request came for “something chocolatey please”. First of all, I thought, I’ll make my chocolate brownies but then I wanted to try something new. I also had a bowl of marshmallow buttercream frosting left from a previous bake and thought it would make the perfect filling for the cookies. These cookies are a true chocolate lovers delight.
So this recipe can make up to 30 cookies depending on size and of course if you decide to sandwich them like I did, then you get half the quantity but oh they are pretty scrumptious and decadent so who’s counting.