Chocolate Chip Cookies Recipe

Hi everyone and welcome back to my channel. Today I’m sharing with you a recipe for
how to make the ultimate chocolate chip cookie. These are crunchy on the edges and soft and
gooey in the middle. Once you’ve tried these chocolate chip cookies, you’ll never want
to make any other recipe ever again. So if you would like to learn how to make these
then lets get started. The first ingredient for these cookies is
butter. You’ll need to use room temperature butter as we will be creaming it with sugar.
Measure out the butter and add it to a medium sized mixing bowl. The recipe for these chocolate
chip cookies will be in the information box as well as a printable version on my website,
so just click the link of the screen now. To the butter we are going to add two types
of sugar. Brown sugar and regular sugar. You need to use both types of sugar to get the
best results for your cookies as they both work in different ways. Brown sugar contains
molasses so it makes the cookies really gooey in the centre and adds caramel type flavour,
whereas the regular sugar creates a crunchy edge to the cookies. Measure out the sugars
and add to the same mixing bowl as the butter. You can use a stand mixer, or just a wooden
spoon here to cream the butter and sugars together. If your butter is at room temperature
this should only take a few minutes. You want everything to be well incorporated and for
the mixture to be quite light. Next crack in one good quality free range
egg, and add a splash of good quality vanilla extract. The vanilla really helps to round
out the flavours and pairs really well with the chocolate. Mix the ingredients together
until well combined. Measure out a cup of flour and add to the
mixing bowl. For this recipe I am using baking soda as the rising agent. From my experience
with making chocolate chip cookies you can add baking soda, baking powder or a little
of each. All three options have different outcomes. Baking soda produces more flat spread
out cookies like the ones in for this recipe. Baking powder produces more of a puffed up
rounded cookie, and a mixture of both produces a cookie somewhere in between. It’s completely
up to you what you use. Add it to the mixing bowl and mix the ingredients together until
just combined. Once you can’t see anymore flour it’s
time to add some chocolate chips. I am using some dark chocolate chips here but the possibilities
of what you can add to these cookies are endless. Nuts, dried fruit, white chocolate. Anything
goes. Add to the mixing bowl and fold the cookie dough together until everything is
well combined. This cookie dough is now ready to be baked
but if you want to keep it for later you can store it in the fridge for up to three days
or in the freezer for a few months. Roll your cookies out and place them on a
baking sheet topped with baking paper. To do this I am using an ice-cream scoop. It
works really well at making all of the cookies the same size, and it’s just easier than
using a spoon. I’ll have it linked in the information box if you are interested. Make sure to give the cookies some room around
them as they will spread as they bake. Place them into a 190d celsius or 375 f preheated
oven for about 7-10 minutes. The cookies are done when the edges start to brown. Remove the cookies from the oven and leave
them to cool on the baking tray for a few minutes before transferring to a wire rack. These cookies will stay fresh in a container
for up to 5 days, but of course they are best eaten straight out of the oven. If you make these cookies don’t forget to
send me a picture on my social media and let me know what you think of them. I love to
see your recreations. For more baking videos take a look at this
chocolate salted caramel tart, or for other recipes take a look at my channel. Thank you
so much for watching and I will see you in my next video. Bye.

100 thoughts on “Chocolate Chip Cookies Recipe

  1. I tried the recipe & it was ok, but I would recommend using 1/2 tsp baking soda instead of 1 tsp so that the cookies don't come out too fluffy

  2. Carina, would love to collaborate with you as a baker. I am new to the YouTube baking scene, love your show, and I feel like we could work well together in some way. Check my channel out!

  3. Just prepared it. Turned out awesome. Just wanted to know if salted or unsalted butter is used in the recipe as I used salted butter as well as added salt, hence it has become a bit salty

  4. They turned out to be amazing! I gave them to my mum and she loved them! I’m going to make more for Mother’s Day.

  5. how many cookies does this recipe make? i used to make these ages ago and i can’t remember how many it makes. the description says it serves 25 and the site says 20.


    edit thank fucking god there’s grams in the description for anyone wondering

  7. I’ve followed this recipe twice and all I can say is…. THANK YOU!!!! They are amaaaazing 😋😋😋😋😋

  8. These are the best cookies I’ve made so far! Thumbs up if you love cookies and/or this recipe for it. 🍪🍪🍪🍪🍪🍪🍪🍪🍪🍪🍪🍪🍪🍪🍪🍪🍪🍪🍪🍪🍪🍪🍪🍪🍪🍪🍪🍪🍪🍪🍪🍪🍪🍪🍪🍪🍪🍪🍪🍪🍪🍪

  9. I've made these 3 times now and I love the flavor and how they stay chewy for days. I use a cookie scoop and roll them into balls and slightly press them because they don't spread as much as some other recipes.

  10. So.. I kept the rest of the dough in the fridge for a week (because my mom likes to lie so we are making them 7 days after) and now the dough is hard. Can I still use it?

  11. Really weird question but since I don’t like chocolate chips in my cookies, can I just skip that part? Or does that give it a flavor..

  12. Can someone tell me what happens if I use 1 2/3 cup of flour? I saw that people's cookies have puffed up and now I'm worried. I already made the cookie dough and left it at school for class.. (I can back to the video to see how long to bake it.)

  13. There is now an updated video recipe for these perfect cookies 🍪 Watch it here

  14. AMAZING no lie I swear to you this is a good recipe but I doubled the recipe because there Is 7 in my fam and 1 cookie a person was just not it….but i did 250 gram of milk chocolate chips and cut up a semi sweet chocolate baking bar that was 100 grams and cut up up fine to wear it is smaller than chocolate chips….and I did 2 teaspoons of baking soda and 2 teaspoons of baking powder……u dont have to do it but trust me huge difference and it will impress anyone who needs to be…it makes like 30 if u get it to a ping pong ball size

  15. Can we put this cookies for baking in oven for 7 to 8 mins instead of backing at certain temperature

  16. I wanna try this out and i don't know if it will fail like the last time i made cookies so does anyone recommend it? And btw i am 12 so i am kinda new at this

  17. I did this recipe and omg it is so good and you are so right now I do not want to do any other recipe thank you my whole family loves it.🍪🍪🍪🍪 🍪🍪🍪 yum yum.2019 May 16.

  18. Just make these and they are amazing! Give them a try everyone 🙂 only thing I changed was add 1 and 1/4 cups of flour

  19. Hi carina

    How many tablespoons would you say are I a cup

    A reply ASAP would be really helpfull


  20. The oven is preheating rn 🙂 I will tell u guys the result althoughh I used baking powder not soda and i added a teeny bit more pure vanilla
    Edit: not done but I forgot salt ;-; didn’t use salted butter either 🙁
    Edit:they all messed up 🙁 the butter was wayyy to much

    The next day, trying it all again

  21. Cookies.🌰🌰🌰🌰🌰🌰🌰🌰🌰🌰🌰🌰🌰🌰🍫🍫🍫🍫🍫🍫🍫🍫🍫🍫🍫🍫🍫🍪🍪🍪🍪🍪🍪🍪🍪🍪🍪🍪🍪🍪🍪🍪🍪🍪🍪🍪🍪🍪🍪🍪

  22. Personally it's way better when I use melted butter. Sure room temperature may be no different but trust me, the cookies are 10x more chewy. You get the soft chocolate gooey goodness when you bite into it. It's indeed the result of adding melted butter. Again, it's my opinion but you should definitely try.

  23. I remember when I made sugar cookies, I made them to circle balls, then this happen… it turned out to be a ball shaped cookie XD

  24. How do you know if the cookies are done. Im not sure if the inside of my cookies are raw or not

  25. When I mixed the butter and sugars mine was too creamy almost runny, what did I do wrong? Also they came out more like biscuits for some reason for me.

  26. I have tried a lot of recipes and some how the cookies never turn out good, but this one was delicious and they were like the best cookies I’ve ever had

  27. i tried these cookies they were really good but they dried up the same day i kept in an air tight container plz tell me what i did wrong

  28. For some reason I had the same problem mine did not spread for some reason and I used baking soda not baking powder

  29. I didint know how much time to leave them on the oven and my cookies got burnt haha, atleast now ik its 7-10 minutes

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