This makes large, chewy, delicious cookies. They're easier to make than most others, too. I recommend putting less chocolate and making them for a little longer (until they feel firm when you poke them with a fork) then then the recipe says. Maybe 1/2-3/4 of a cup of chocolate and 18-20 minutes in the oven.
The cookies are rather large, which to me was a bonus because it makes them look very nice. They also usually come out rounder than other recipes, which is a plus.
They also just taste amazing.
This is my go-to cookie recipe ever since I found it a couple of years ago. It's easier to make than other recipes because of the melted butter. I mix everything by hand and had no problems until the very end of the recipe, when the dough became thick- at that point kneading it by hand becomes a better idea than a spoon, although I've done both with good results.
The double recipe I'm currently making produced about 30 (give or take 2-3) cookies using their recommendation of a quarter cup of dough per cookie.
Using an online calculator, it came to 250-300 calories a cookie, if anyone's interested.
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This makes large, chewy, delicious cookies. They're easier to make than most others, too. I...