How to Make Soft Chocolate Chip Cookies

Chocolate chip cookies may be soft, crunchy, or whatever you prefer. However, soft chocolate chip cookies have won the hearts of many. Making soft chocolate chip cookies is not that difficult if you just stick to these guidelines.

To begin, you have make the chocolate chip cookie dough. If you’re on the hunt for a good recipe, look around or make use of the recipe on the back of the bag of chocolate chips. This is typically a standard chocolate chip cookie recipe.

Combine the sugars and butter together thoroughly. Go for an an electric mixer to do it fast and well. Don’t go for really fluffy texture, just aim to remove all lumps of butter and/or sugar. Then put in the eggs and vanilla.

This step is necessary to get soft chocolate chip cookies. Don’t beat the batter with the eggs so that it becomes fluffy and airy. Just stir until combined and you’re good to go.

Next, get a separate bowl. Then, in it, mix together the flour, baking soda, as well as salt. Stir it with using a spoon and sift according to the instructions. If it indicates sifted flour, then go ahead and sift it and then measure it. Doing so ensures that you get the right amount of flour.

Then, you can slowly add the flour mixture into the wet ingredients. Put in a little bit out of time and mix in well. Mix it completely, then stir in the chocolate chips.

Refrigerate the dough for at least two hours or better yet, overnight. Preheat the oven so that it’s thoroughly heated before putting the cookies in. Roll the cookie dough into 2 inch balls and place them about 2 inches apart on greased cookie sheet.

See to it that the cookie she is not warm especially between batches. Put the cookie sheet in a refrigerator beforehand to make a cold to ensure that it’s not warm.

Bake depending on the instructions until very lightly golden brown across the whole cookie. If it turns dark brown, it will be hard and crunchy. Still, see to it that you cook all the way or else it will just be gooey dough rather than soft cookie and gooey chocolate.

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