December 3, 2022
Posted: August 3, 2022 2:00 am
Is there anything better than the smell of freshly-baked chocolate chip cookies? If you want to bring the aroma into your own kitchen, now’s the right time for it: August 4th is National Chocolate Chip Cookie Day. Let’s talk about a few chocolate chip cookie recipes for a batch made in heaven!
The Nestle Toll House chocolate chip cookie was the very first chocolate chip cookie. Invented in 1938 by Ruth Wakefield, the owner of the Toll House Inn, it set the standard for every recipe that would follow. It has a simple ingredient list, but that’s why it’s such a classic; you don’t need anything special to make it. Just pluck the ingredients from your pantry and serve up some original, old-fashioned chocolate chip cookies like Ruth used to make.
Chocoholics, this one is for you. Double chocolate chip cookies use cocoa powder in the batter to give them extra flavor as well as a dark, decadent, and melt-in-your-mouth appearance. Be warned that these cookies aren’t diet-friendly at all, but everyone deserves to treat themselves once in awhile, right? Double up on the chocolate for a special occasion or just an afternoon of indulgent self-care.
It isn’t a chocolate chip cookie without the milk, but if you don’t want to bother with a glass, try whipping up some chocolate chip cookie shots. They’re made with a thicker batter than other cookie recipes since they need to be firm enough to hold liquid without crumbling, but once you’ve got the ingredients mixed correctly, it’s just a matter of baking the dough in a cookie shot mold and pouring the milk in after it’s cooled. Voila! You now have delicious, self-contained cookie cups that you can eat and drink!
Maybe you’re watching your waistline. Maybe you want to sneak some veggies into your child’s favorite snack. Whatever your reasons for thinking about healthy cookie recipes using chocolate chips, you’ll love these chickpea chocolate chip cookies. When blended extremely finely, chickpeas can serve as a substitute for flour, so they’ll add the health benefits of legumes to your snack without impacting the flavor. You can even make vegan cookies if you swap out the butter for almond or cashew butter!
Kids aren’t the only ones who can appreciate a good chocolate chip cookie, and with the boozy bourbon chocolate chippers, you can get a little buzz along with your chocolate fix. The vanilla and caramel notes of the bourbon will pair wonderfully with the sweetness of the cookie, and since it isn’t soaked with alcohol, it will bake just like normal. Enjoy a more adult playground with a platter of bourbon cookies!
Get global with your dessert menu when you bake the Vietnamese cinnamon chocolate chip cookies. They use Vietnamese cinnamon, also known as Saigon cinnamon, which has the strongest and richest flavors among all types of cinnamon. In addition to their warm, fall-invoking aromas, they’ll also have the health benefits of cinnamon, including protection against inflammation and more stable levels of blood sugar.
The chocolate chip skillet cookie is one of those cookie dessert ideas that’ll leave your guests saying “ooh” and “ahh.” It looks spectacular as a centerpiece dish, but it’s actually quite simple. It requires no scooping, rolling, or cookie cutting. Just prepare your batter and bake it directly in a cast-iron skillet. For maximum style, serve it with a few scoops of ice cream on top!
If you love peanut butter treats that stick to the roof of your mouth, you’ll have a smacking good time with these chewy peanut butter chocolate chip cookies. They have all of the gooey chocolate goodness that you crave with the addition of thick and delicious peanut butter, resulting in a chewy, yummy cookie. Just make sure to have some milk on hand: You’re definitely going to need it!
S’mores are a magical treat with or without a campfire, and these s’more sandwich cookies can offer a fun twist on the usual format. Just bake a batch of chocolate chip cookies and turn them into a “sandwich” with a generous portion of marshmallow fluff or melted marshmallows. In terms of cookie dessert ideas, it’s hard to beat a good old-fashioned s’more served in a new and interesting way.
Sweet, thick, and oozing with chocolate in every bite, these flourless fudge chocolate chip cookies are so self-indulgent that you won’t believe they’re gluten-free. They’re made with powdered sugar, cocoa powder, egg whites, vanilla extract, and chocolate chips. Serve them warm to get those strings of chocolate clinging to the cookie edges when you break them apart!
Have you ever heard of brookies? They’re half cookie, half brownie, and 100 percent glorious. This particular recipe bakes them with a yin-and-yang flair that clearly separates the cookie and the brownie, but you can also make them in a more traditional bar shape that layers the cookie on top of the brownie. Whatever method that you choose, the end result will be amazing!
If you like your cookies with a bit of crunch, try these thin and crispy chocolate chip cookies. Rather than the traditional golden brown, they come out with a dark, bronze-y color thanks to their added cooking time. You can also experiment with different baking methods to ensure that they spread out and stay flat: One trick is to melt the butter before adding it to your dough.
Oatmeal cookies have been around since the 1800s, but it took a few more years for bakers to start adding raisins, chocolate chips, and other fun ingredients. Flash forward to modern times and the oat-rageous chocolate chip cookie! It’s easy to make and has a bit more punch than the plain old oatmeal cookie. If you’re looking for chocolate chip cookie ideas that you can customize with different fillings, you’ve got found a great option.
Do you need a boost after lunch? Consider the espresso chocolate chip cookie. While some recipes just call for espresso chocolate chips folded into regular batter, this one uses actual espresso powder in the batter for a stronger flavor and bigger buzz. You’ll definitely perk up after a few of these babies. You might even find yourself dunking them into your coffee for soft, sugary bites!
It’s a unique chocolate chip cookie recipe, but the candied bacon chocolate chip cookies hit the same sweet-and-salty notes as things like chocolate-covered pretzels. The trick is to cook the bacon in advance with a little brown sugar sprinkled on top. That way, when you combine the bacon bits and chocolate chips, their flavors will permeate through the entire cookie. Make them for game nights, dinner parties, and more!
Another option in healthier chocolate chip cookie ideas, the sugar-free chocolate chip cookie is made with a sugar substitute. It doesn’t have to be an ultraprocessed artificial sweetener; as long as it’s in granular form, it can be a more natural or organic sugar alternative. You can also further alter the recipe to be vegan or keto-friendly if you swap out certain ingredients. Who says that you can’t enjoy a chocolate chip cookie with a healthy eating lifestyle?
If you have a few cherries left over from other baking or bartending endeavors, put them to good use in these cherry chocolate chip cookies. They taste a bit like a cherry cordial crossed with a chocolate-covered cherry, but they have all of the chewy, crumbly sweetness of a cookie. You probably know already that cherry and chocolate is a top-tier flavor combination, but with this recipe, you can experience it for yourself.
Take another trip around the world with chocolate chip snowball cookies. Based off Russian tea cakes, they’re made with the usual baking ingredients of flour, water, and butter, but they’re rolled into circles and coated with powdered sugar to make them look like snowballs. The chocolate chips take the place of the more traditional nuts. They’re sure to be a conversation starter at your next gathering!
Fun, creative, and utterly delicious, these giant crinkled chocolate chip cookies are sure to become a hit among friends and family. The cooking process involves banging the pan around mid-bake so that the centers of the cookies collapse rather than set. This results in soft and chocolatey cookies with crisp edges and melt-in-your-mouth insides. It might sound like sacrilege to disrupt the baking process, but try it once and you’ll become a convert!
Last but certainly not least, if your response to chocolate chip cookies is always “great, but there’s not enough chocolate,” try these chocolate-filled chocolate chip cookies. Made with a chocolate ganache baked into every ball of cookie dough, they’re the ultimate in chocolate chip cookie recipes. Every bite will send you into chocolate bliss.
These are just a few good cookie recipes that can help you celebrate National Chocolate Chip Cookie Day. They’re far from the only ones, of course, so feel free to keep experimenting in the kitchen. If you can dream it, you can dough it!
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