Double Chocolate Cookies

Total Time
Prep 10 mins
Cook 8 mins

I make these cookies at least once a week, great tasting, these wont last long,

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Preheat oven to 180 degrees (about 350 fahrenheit).
  2. Mix Flour, Baking Soda & Salt and set aside, (I usually dont sift the flour but it is your choice) biggrin.
  3. In a seperate bowl, combine butter & sugars and beat until light & fluffy.
  4. Beat in eggs.
  5. Add Vanilla, Beat in well.
  6. Add in Flour, (in small portions until just blended).
  7. Blend in Chocolate Chips,.
  8. (i usually use my 1 tablespoon measure for this) Drop Tablespoons of mixture onto cookie trays lined with baking paper (place them about 1cm apart).
  9. Bake in oven until just browned (usually 8 -10 minutes).
  10. Leave on baking trays until cool.
Most Helpful

My grandchildren loved these cookies so much that I had to make two batches in two days! One of them said, "Grandma, these put the mall cookies to shame!" I had expected these to taste like Toll House Cookies but they didn't. They aren't overly sweet. Since I made large rounded tablespoonful cookies I ended up cooking them for 12-14 minutes so that they would be nice and lightly brown on bottom but still soft on the inside. Lissa

onewtondog January 10, 2010

Really really good cookies Chel. Thanks for posting this lucious recipe. I think the reason I like em so much is that they're not terribly sweet. I love the added white chocochips. :-)

CoffeeB January 02, 2010

These were one of my favorite cookies on the Christmas tray! Love the white chocolate chips in there with the chocolate chips. Ours were a little more crispy then chewy and we accidentally put one tablespoon of almond extract in them and they still tasted great. Made and reviewed for KK's Christmas Cookie of the Day.

lauralie41 January 02, 2010