Yes, May 15 is National Chocolate Chip Cookie Day, and there's only one thing to be done: make a dozen or two cookies to celebrate. We've included a few classic, much-loved recipes, but if you're feeling in the mood for a riff, like chocolate chip cookie cake or even a guilt-free vegan cookie dough, then keep on clicking, because we've got you covered.
Have you ever enjoyed a warm, chewy chocolate chip cookie fresh from the oven at Mrs. Fields and wondered how they make the cookies taste so good? We have, too; that's why we went inside Mrs. Fields's kitchen to learn all of the bakery's secrets. Watch the video now to see to see how the iconic cookies are made, then read more to print the recipe and try the cookies at home.
There's nothing more sweetly comforting than biting into a freshly baked chocolate chip cookie. Kids love the chewy texture studded with creamy chocolate chips. And let's be honest: moms and dads do too. Instead of the basic cookie, mix things up with reinvented recipes that take the classic cookie to a whole new level. From cupcakes to bonbons, these chocolate chip cookie treats are fun spins on the original. And don't get overwhelmed — these recipes are easier than you think!
Looking at this photo from Dara8182, we can't help but act like the Cookie Monster: mmmmm. Cookies.
Sometimes the most comforting thing is homemade chocolate chip cookies. These cookies are so incredibly delicious, you will need an iron will not to eat the whole batch. Pair with some nice cold milk for a perfect snack!
I have been on a hunt for the best chocolate chip cookie! I just tried Jacques Torres Secret Chocolate Chip Cookies. I was hoping that they would come out perfect and like the picture showed thick, chocolaty, and chewy. As you can see by my picture and I followed the recipe exactly, the cookies were flat and so sweet. I did like the cookie to chocolate ratio, but the rest of the cookie was a huge disappointment. I was wondering does anyone have a GREAT chocolate chip cookie recipe they would like to share?
Well readers, do you have a great chocolate chip cookie recipe? What do you think went wrong with her cookies?
The smell of a warm chocolate-chip cookie is enough to drive anyone crazy. The warm, sweet aroma permeates the brain and makes you forget everything else. At least, that's what a recent study for the Journal of Consumer Research has (sort of) concluded.
Research done by Xiuping Li of the National University of Singapore showed than when exposed to a hidden chocolate-chip cookie scented candle, female consumers were more likely to make an unplanned purchase — even those on a tight budget — than those exposed to a hidden unscented candle. In fact, it wasn't just a little more likely, it was a lot more likely. In the chocolate-chip cookie group, 67 percent of those purchased, while only 17 percent of the unscented group purchased.
Unsurprisingly, Li concludes:
If retailers want to push their customers to shop more rather than stay longer, they should not only maintain a pleasant environment but also an environment full of temptations and excitement.
So have you guys experienced anything like this? Do you think the smell of chocolate-chip cookies would affect your shopping habits? If not chocolate-chip cookies, then what food?
Everything tastes better with bacon, right? So what do you think about chocolate chip cookies?! These bacon chocolate chip cookies with a maple cinnamon glaze look like the breakfast of champions. — Never Bashful With Butter