Cook The Book: All-Time Favorite Chocolate Chip Cookies

September 5, 2012 | By | Comments (0)

By Susan Porch, Contributing Editor

All-Time Favorite Chocolate Chip Cookies

Join us each day as our team of editors and contributors cook through the MyRecipes America’s Favorite Food cookbook, out September 11, 2012.

I love chocolate chip cookies, so I knew this recipe would be a perfect one to test for the new MyRecipes cookbook!

They were really fun to make. I was surprised that the recipe said it would make 5 dozen cookies, but it was right! Luckily my friends at the office were happy to help me eat those extras.

One night, I got all my ingredients together and got started.

Luckily, I have double ovens, so I was able to keep batch after batch going in the oven and other batches cooled on cookie racks.

See all those hunks of chocolate? Yum! I’m a big chocolate chip cookie fan. Normally I never love my cooking. Once I’ve cooked something, I don’t necessarily love it, but these were really good! I think the dark brown sugar in the recipe made them extra special. The recipe didn’t call for nuts, but I can see how you’d easily add them.

My husband’s favorite cookies are sugar and oatmeal raisin, and he really loves those, so when he said these were “wonderful”, I took that as high praise! He now has three favorites.

My son, a middle schooler, told me these were “the haps”, which I’m told is high praise.

I took the extra cookies to work and by mid afternoon every one was gone. This chocolate chip cookie recipe is a winner!

The MyRecipes America’s Favorite Food cookbook hits stores on September 11, 2012. Order your copy from Amazon or Barnes & Noble (ebooks are available!) and Cook the Book with us on your blog! #CooktheBook

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