Soft Heaven Chocolate Chip Cookies

"this is the best chocolate chip recipe you'll find. i like to take it out still doughy- that's how my family likes it. i have also made it with whole wheat flour and it tasted just as good!!!"
 
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Ready In:
25mins
Ingredients:
9
Yields:
50 cookies
Serves:
50
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ingredients

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directions

  • In an electric mixing bowl cream margarine and sugars.
  • Then add eggs one at a time- until light and fluffy.
  • Stir in the vanilla.
  • Combine the flour, salt and baking soda in a separate bowl.
  • Slowly add the flour mixture to the mixing bowl, mixing on medium speed. Let the mixing bowl continue mixing until well combined- give it a few minutes.
  • Add the chocolate chips.
  • Flour you hands and form small balls. Place those balls on a non-greesed cookie sheet.
  • Bake on 350 degrees (F) for 8-12 minutes (no more).

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Reviews

  1. VelcrowMistress
    I was going to take a photo of my lovely cookies, but I ate them all before I could. Yummy :) Edit - I finally got a photo of my delicious cookies. My little roaster oven in my studio apt broke this week, and tonight's batch were made in my toaster oven. 350 for just over 10 mins. I've also baked batches in my roaster oven, and my full-sized oven. Perfect every time.
     
  2. Chef for the love o
    Just made these and am so disappointed. The first batch came out look awful because of the little bit of flour I used on my hands to roll them into balls. After 10 minutes, they were still not done. Had to put them on for another 5 minuts. I let them cool on the pan, and then attempted to take them off the pan. They were stuck all over the pan. They ended up hard. So the next batch, I dropped smaller teaspoonfulls onto the pan instead of rolling and timed them for 8 minutes. Gooey. Put the timer on for another 2 minutes and decided to just follow the directions and not cook more than 10 mins. Gooey in the center. Had to stick them back in. Took them out and let them cool. Crunchy on the outside, undercooked on the inside. :( Soo disappointed I wasted all my ingredients. This recipe makes a crispy/CHEWY cookie. Not a SOFT cookie.
     
  3. avcmia
    Just made this for Christmas weekend very delicious gooey inside & firm on the outside. I thought that there was to many chocolate chips but turned out nice & chocolaty. Love it, this recipes a keeper <3 =D
     
  4. Chef Deb
    Just made your FABULOUS Cookies....I went on reviews and .....yes these are soft, chewy...the way a cookie should be...I've had the recipe awhile...was in the baking mood and I am so pleased with these....You must try them...You will like them....(don't over bake like the Chef said)......
     
  5. CaraPK
    This recipe was unbelievable! I made it gluten-free by substituting Bob's Red Mill all-purpose GF flour mix and xantham gum (1/4 tsp per cup of flour), and they were perfect! I also only baked half the cookies, and froze the rest of the dough to be baked later. The dough held up beautifully. Thank you for this recipe- these are the first cookies I've had in 3 years that don't taste gluten-free!
     
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Tweaks

  1. VelcrowMistress
    1/4 ts cream of tartar for rise.
     

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