4 Reviews

Wonderful cookies!!! I really don't get the big deal about these cookies not spreading out as some of the other recipes. I guess if you like crisp, crunchy type of cookie, this isn't the one for you to try. But if you like a nicely flavored and soft & fluffy type of the chocolate chip cookie, this is for you!!! Thanks so much for sharing the recipe. Made for Spring 2013 Pick A Chef event.

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diner524 April 07, 2013

Mad these this weekend for a friend. They were wonderful! They didn't flatten out like the other reviews said but I didn't know cookies had to be flat. They were so soft - he described them as "biting into a cloud" and requested more! I weighed the flour at 4 grams per cup (according to King Arthur's website) and it worked perfectly.

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Luvs_Cooking October 24, 2010

I am disappointed in this recipe. As chef Azparzch said, the cookies do not flatten out at all and as such were not very attractive. I think the ratio of flour to butter was too high. I don't think the taste was as good as other chocolate chip cookies because of the use of only dark brown sugar, rather than some granulated sugar with the brown sugar.

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Marie Nixon October 06, 2010

These are good cookies that didn't flatten out like mine usually do. They do not have an overly sweet batter and were quick. I made 1/2 batch and cooked for 9 1/2 minutes and they were still soft. Added chopped walnuts with the chocolate chips. Made for My-3-Chefs 2009.

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AZPARZYCH November 04, 2009
Wisconsin's Best Chocolate Chip Cookies