I, too, found this recipe on the back of a bag of Gold Medal flour bag years ago, and it's been my favorite (sorry Mom). These taste best fresh; after a couple days I think they start to get stale. I use dark chocolate chips. I roll the dough into balls before baking. Also, since this makes so much, I've frozen the extra dough balls, then just defrost and bake as desired. (To freeze, roll dough into balls and set on flat pan in freezer. Once frozen, transfer into container/baggie.) WARNING -- If you or family members love cookie dough, the frozen dough balls will mysteriously disappear.
This is very easy, made this for a farewell party, wasn't the best I've had before though, but is pretty good. I cut both sugars down by quite a bit and they're still a little on the sweet side.
The perfect Chocolate Chip Cookie recipe! Crisp top and sides, raises high with a nice soft center. I kept the dough refrigerated between scoopings, and cooled on a cut open paper grocery sack. Only used half the chocolate chips, and this was still plenty. Will make again- this is the recipe I've been searching for! Thank you so much!
My daughter made these up for her friend....I finally had to tell her to package them up and get them out of the house as we could not stop test tasting them...great cookie
I just made these for my Dad who had a hankering for choc chip cookies. Unfortunately, he loved them so much that half the mixture didn't make it to the oven. Nevertheless, delicious cookies that I could eat forever if it weren't for pesky issues like health!
Excellent cookie!!!! Made a lot of cookies. I added some chopped walnuts to one batch. Thanks for posting. Happy New year!!
Awesome cookie! Omitted the salt since I had salted butter and used 12 oz semi sweet and 12oz peanut butter chips. Fantastic!
These were AWESOME. I made them yesterday, and everyone loved them. Making more right now! Thank you!
A great recipe the whole family enjoyed!! They stayed soft for a few days too!! Yumm!!
Too cake like for me.