Recipe by Reynolds® Parchment Paper
"Classic chocolate chip cookies bake up browned and tender on sheets of parchment paper."
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Reynolds® Parchment Paper
2 1/2 cups
packed brown sugar
1 (12 ounce) bag
semi-sweet chocolate chips
coarsely chopped nuts
I followed this recipe exact only omitting the cinnamon as it was optional. The nuts I used in this recipe were pecans. Instead of baking it on parchment, I just cooked them as I usually do on an ungreased, unlined baking sheet. They turned out perfect--just like the picture. Thumbs up from the whole family. They're already half gone!
In terms of ingredients, one chocolate chip cookie recipe is pretty much like the rest. It's the subtle differences in those ingredients that, in my view, distinguish a mediocre or average chocolate chip cookie from a great one. This one is average. The flavor was okay, tho' I did reduce the salt by half and the cookie was just fine with that amount. But for me they're too greasy and soft. (Not cake-like at all, as some reviewers have remarked. Not even close.) A little more flour, perhaps a quarter cup, or equalizing the amounts of brown sugar and granulated sugar (brown sugar tends to make cookies softer) would probably take care of the problem. But then that would be a different recipe, illustrating my point that it's the little nuances of a basic recipe that take it from good to great.
It's a great cookie and I will try the cinnamon to see what that brings to the party!
Wow, this is great! It's my new favorite chocolate chip cookie recipe. I wouldn't have thought to add cinnamon, but it gives a special something extra. The only thing I would suggest is using unsalted butter. It doesn't specify to do so in the recipe, but maybe using salted butter and the salt called for in the recipe is the reason one reviewer had cookies like wafers? I'm not a pro, but my cookies turned out perfect, and that's what I used.
this recipe is perfect except for the fact that my cookies turned out a bit too salty.... they had a distinct salty taste. otherwise they were great! slightly crunchy on the outside but soft on the inside and the taste was on point. gonna use this recipe for spirit week at school soon! thanks for sharing :D
This cookie recipe is sooo yummy...I followed the recipe ingredients exactly. I just didn't put the flour, salt, etc. onto parchment paper b/c that just seemed silly, just put it in a bowl and mix. : )
pretty good, but I've had better. Needs a little more flavor for me. Maybe more chocolate or something.
Made these today, turned out great. I used mini chocolate chips (that's what I had), and sprinkled sea salt on top before baking to bring out the flavor. This is a great recipe, will definitely make again. My husband said they were the best chocolate chip cookies he's ever had.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Tiffany's Chocolate Chip Cookies
Serving Size: 1/24 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 24
Amount Per Serving
** Calories: 274
** Calories from Fat: 138
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