Irresistible Chewy White Chocolate Chip Cookies

"Soft, chewy, delicious, and EASY! These cookies will disappear as soon as they are taken out of the oven. The sweet flavor of the white chocolate chips is irresistible!"
photo by Dustina M. photo by Dustina M.
photo by Dustina M.
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Ready In:
4 dozen




  • Pre-heat oven to 350 degrees.
  • Cream together margarine and eggs until smooth. (Add the eggs 1 at a time.).
  • Add the granulated sugar followed by the brown sugar.
  • Add the flour 1 cup at a time.
  • Add vanilla, salt and baking soda.
  • Add the white chocolate chips 1 cup at a time.
  • Bake in the oven for 12-13 minutes.
  • They will be very soft when removed from the oven, but immediately use a metal spatula to remove them from the cookie sheets to let the cookies cool.

Questions & Replies

  1. Would it be alright to use butter instead of margarine? Or would I mess up the texture?


  1. Followed recipe exactly! Thanks they turned out amazing! Now I'm going to drizzle some chocolate and sprinkles for that finishing touch! ??
    • Review photo by Dustina M.
  2. I've made many cookies, but these cookies absolutely smelled the BEST when I pulled them out of the oven! Chewy and so so tasty...I used 6 ounces of white choice chips instead of 12 ounces, as I didn't want the cookies to be overly sweet, and they worked a treat. Can't wait for my husband to try them and give his verdict tonight!
  3. I love this recipe! I'm very glad that I found it online. This is my second time making them, mine are in the oven now with 3 mins to go! I like that this recipe is so versatile. You can substitute endless ingredients for the white choc. or add them to it. I always only use half a bag and that is PLENTY. This is the only recipe ive found online that I didn't have to change. I followed the measurements and instructions to a T and it was perfect. Someone before me said the dough was crumbly so they had to add water, that's not so I promise. It may be crumbly after u add the 3rd cup flour but all it takes is some vigorous styring & folding. I even use my hands a bit towards the end. I don't recommend adding any water if u follow this to the letter they'll turn out great. These cookies are decadent enough for holidays, events or special occasions, yet easy & simple enough for whipping up on a Wednesday afternoon for yourself and family. Thanks! -Jo Molly
  4. Delicious cookies however next time I will only use half a bag of white chocolate chips. There were too many for my taste. I used butter and the cookies turned out perfect.
  5. Followed the recipie exactly and they turned out amazing.. My husband only likes soft cookies and these were perfect. Easy to make...I think it only took 30 minutes total. I will surely make these cookies again.


  1. Cut flour by 1/2 cup to cut cookie density and used mostly almond flour except for 1/2 cup cup of baking flour to reduce gluten. Added 1/2 t of baking soda and replaced 1/4 butter with coconut oil. Cookies turned out great, very light and chewy.
    • Review photo by Vanessa V.
  2. I just whipped these up, and they are a amazing!!! I used real butter instead of margarine- awesome!!!


My name is Kelsey and I am 19. I am a college student at UW-Platteville majoring in business. I love to bake and do it whenever I have time!
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