25 Apr 2011

Double Chocolate Chip Cookies

I think most of the bakers out there will agree that their baking careers started with a humble recipe of chocolate chip cookies.

Who wouldn't? It is very easy to make a batch -- no special equipments needed, ingredients are very easy to find, and the best of all...the bliss of eating these treats! From this simple cookie (usually a hit, never a miss!) you'll soon find yourself ready to try the more complicated baked goodies. I bet you...you'll get addicted to baking!

It is said that Ruth Graves Wakefield, accidentally invented the chocolate chip cookies. She ran out of her bakers chocolate and substituted it with chopped Nestle bars, thinking that it would melt with the batter. But she was wrong, the chocolates just softened...and the rest is history.

I have tried the chocolate chip cookies many times before. I must say that I perfected it. But I have to try the chocolate version. So I look for a promising recipe and found this from my favorite baking site Joy of Baking. I followed everything, except for the nuts, which were not available when I baked this.

The cookies are just perfect! Cruchy, caramalized edges but soft and chewy in the middle. It might be because of the 2 kinds of sugars in the recipe.


perfect with a tall glass of cold milk


so yummy!!!
Here's the link to the recipe. Try it and let me know your feedback!

Enjoy!!!

4 comments:

April said...

Wow! Thanks for the recipe! :D
I hope I have time and "skills" to bake :p

Anonymous said...

Looks delish! =) I have always wanted to learn how to bake. Too bad our oven's busted so I can't even make an attempt at it.

Cha said...

visiting from GT here. looks great sis!

iCyLiCioUs said...

Thanks sisses for dropping by! I'll be your follower na!