Does the world need a new Soft Chocolate Chip Cookie recipe?
Probably not. So it’s a good thing I didn’t create I! For this recipe I was actually looking for the best chocolate chip cookie dough, (which it is!) but then was blown away when the cookie baked up.
It was so light and so chewy and just slightly crisp on the outside.
Basically the most perfectest awesomest deliciousest chocolate chip cookie ever.
Deliciousest is not a word.
I loved these sweet cookies right out of the oven when the chocolate was melting everywhere and the center was just barely done.
Even the next day I would pop them in the microwave for a few second before eating because, well. Do I need a because? Hot chocolate chip cookie with melting chocolate covering your hands and face? Yes please.
Recipe just barely adapted from Allrecipes.com.
If you are not scared of a bit more sugar, try adding some powder sugar right out of the oven. This works especially well if the cookies are hot and if you used semi-sweet or bittersweet chocolate morsels. It is also great with cocoa, but in that case I would use milk chocolate morsels.
This chocolate chip cookie recipe is definitely worth trying if you love a chewy and crispy cookie with amazing flavor!
BONUS: 3 Surprising Tips for the PERFECT Soft Chocolate Chip Cookie
- Make sure the room temperature butter is creamed, not melted. If the butter is too warm the cookie will end up more dense. (I find that butter out of the refrigerator for 30 minutes is a good temperature.)
- Sugar is important! This recipe is mostly brown sugar which helps the cookie to be taller and more cake-like in texture. If you were to use only white sugar the cookie would spread more. When the goal is a soft cake-like cookie, brown sugar is a must!
- Chilling the dough is important. I often want to skip this step but it truly is necessary. A few hours is good, but up to 2 days is best!
I did make these into a delicious buttercream filled chocolate chip cookie sandwich, but had to laugh at my design here. Seems a bit like a clam or teeth? Maybe just go for the traditional blob of buttercream and then press & smush! :)