The Easiest Way to Make the Best Chocolate Chip Cookies
Chocolate chip cookies can turn even the dullest day into a pleasant event. Whether you like them crunchy, crunchy, chewy, or soft, I think we can all agree that chocolate should be heavily involved. Most recipes recommend a reasonable amount of chips, but there could be more, right? Instead of adding more of the medium piece, which can ruin the structural integrity of the dough, add a serving of mini chips.
I like to store cookie dough in the freezer for emergencies (obviously), and when I replenished my supply, I ran out of standard sized pieces. Instead of going outside in crappy New York winter weather, I threw away the rest of my mini chocolate chips. Not only did the cookies look very inviting, but there were no questions as to whether there was enough chocolate in each bite, and overall I held more ounces.
There comes a point with chocolate chunks and bits where the dough just can’t hold on any longer without falling apart or at best becoming very flat. Adding mini chocolate chips or even chocolate chips to your usual amount of chocolate chips gives you the best of both worlds. The mini chunks are encased in the dough, supporting the structure and height of the cookie, while the chunks deliver those giant exhilarating mouthfuls of real melted chocolate.
The easiest way to make extra chocolate chip cookies is to go about your business with your favorite recipe and add the indicated number of chunks or chunks, plus up to one cup of mini chocolate chip cookies. Depending on who you are, this sounds like a lot (or maybe not enough), but a cup with a slide is my benchmark. Blend everything together until completely melted and bake as usual, then enjoy the most thoroughly chocolate-covered cookie you’ll ever taste.