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How do you like your chocolate chip cookies.. crispy, chewy....

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  • How do you like your chocolate chip cookies.. crispy, chewy....

    I am guessing that there are a few of you who like homemade cookies. Chocolate chip is probably a favorite. How do you like yours?
    Thin and crispy, thick and chewy. Crispy-Cakey, Cakey, with or without nuts, dark chocolate, semi-sweet chocolate? My favorite recipe is for a thick chewy cookie. The dough is chilling at the moment. When I bake them tonight, I will post a picture.

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    Originally posted by ChefSherry View Post
    I am guessing that there are a few of you who like homemade cookies. Chocolate chip is probably a favorite. How do you like yours?
    Thin and crispy, thick and chewy. Crispy-Cakey, Cakey, with or without nuts, dark chocolate, semi-sweet chocolate? My favorite recipe is for a thick chewy cookie. The dough is chilling at the moment. When I bake them tonight, I will post a picture.
    A picture of what?

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      I was going to post a picture of the cookies after I baked them but I ended up baking late at night and forgot to take a picture. Cookies have since been consumed (and they were very good!).

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      • #4
        Thin and crispy kind of guy here.

        Had some with dark chocolate the other day ... Yummmmy.
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        • #5
          Chewy. I use brown sugar and white sugar and bake at 325 so they're soft and chewy.

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          • #6
            They have to be soft and chewy.
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            • #7
              Definitely chewy. Sometimes you are fortunate enough to come across a thin crispy cookie that folds without breaking and has an inner soft texture. Some of you have been fortunate enough to come across this and know that this is the holy grail of cookies.
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              • #8
                I figured the cookie monster would need a big cookie so I baked a giant chocolate chip cookie with dark chocolate chips. Of course I had to taste test it myself since no one was around to help. Yummy!
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