How to Make Double Chocolate Chip Cookies


double chocolate chip cookies recipe

How to make double chocolate chip cookies with an adapted mix. It is so simple to make double chocolate chip cookies using an adapted mix. Just substitute your favorite chocolate chips for the flour, brown sugar, cinnamon, and butter. Then add in the cocoa powder, and baking powder for a rich, bitter-sweet cookie.

Get Start To Make Double Chocolate Chip Cookies Recipe

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In a mixing bowl, whip cream to soft peaks. Add dry ingredients into the mixer. Stir just until combined then slowly add the wet mixture, one at a time, just until smooth and lump-free.

Once you have blended the dry ingredients, it is time to grab your trusted cookie scoop and put the ingredients into your mixer. Do not forget to fill each cavity with the dry ingredients. Once all of the chips are mixed in with the dry ingredients, you will now turn off the mixer and hook up the mixer to your electric oven. Let the cookies bake on 350F for approximately 10 minutes or until your cookies are done.

Remove Them From Their Baking Pan

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Now that your cookies are done baking, it is time to remove them from their baking pan. You can either do this manually or with an airtight container. I recommend using an airtight container because you do not want the chocolate chip cookies to get too hot when they cool down. You can also transfer the baked double chocolate chip cookies to a lined storage container for an even longer lasting storage.

Now it is time to assemble your Chocolate Chip Cookies Recipe. In a large bowl, or even larger plastic container, begin to mix your wet ingredients together. Once all ingredients are combined, add in your dry ingredients and then mix until completely combined. You may need to add in more flour if the mixture is too thin or too thick. Once you are satisfied with the consistency of the finished dough, shape it into a ball and place it into an airtight container.

Measuring Out The Ingredients For Any Recipe

It is important to remember when measuring out ingredients for any recipe that you should always add in at least as much flour as the recipe calls for. If the recipe does not specify a specific amount of flour to use, it is generally safe to assume that approximately half a cup of flour will be enough to meet the needs of most chocolate cookies. If the recipe does not specify the amount of flour to use, it is safe to assume that a tablespoon each of all three types of ingredients will be just fine. Using a teaspoon measuring cup will help ensure that you measure out exactly the correct amounts.

Once your double chocolate chip cookies have cooled, they can be baked at a high temperature for about 10 minutes per batch. This will ensure that the cookies are fully baked and that the flavor is fully distributed throughout the entire cookie. Baking in a hot oven is not recommended, however, since it can cause the cookies to burn. Allow the cookies to cool on a cooling rack before removing them from the oven. They should be allowed to cool completely before removing from the racks.

Wrapping Up

Before baking the double chocolate chip cookies, make sure you have prepared the necessary ingredients. In a large bowl, combine the butter, chocolate, and shortening until smooth and spreadable. Add in the rest of the ingredients and stir thoroughly. Add a few drops of essential oils into the batter, if you desire a richer flavor and delicious aroma in your baked cookies. Cover the container with a thin piece of parchment paper and place the containers in an airtight container.

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