Thursday, December 13, 2007

Chocolate Chips Cookies

I've been using this same recipe for years and my nieces and nephew seems to like this cookies a lot. We like our cookies to be crunchy but some of them like their cookies chewy. If you like it crunchy just bake it a bit longer and if you like it chewy just bakes it for 12-15 min.

Ingredients :

1 cup (2 stick) of room temperature butter
1 1/2 cup of sugar
2 eggs
2 tsp of vanilla
3 cups of flour
1 tsp of baking soda
1/2 tsp of salt
2 cups of semisweet chocolate chips
1 cup of chopped macadamia nuts (or any other nuts)


1) Preheat oven to 325 F
2) Cream butter and sugar until well combined and creamy. Add in eggs one at a time.
3) Stir in vanilla. Sift flour, baking soda and salt into a bowl.
4) Add in the flour into the butter mixture and then nuts and chocolate chips.
5) Drop a spoonful of dough into a greased baking pan and bake the cookies for 15-18 min or until the edges are lightly browned.

17 comments:

Cat Cat said...

Ah, that's what I'm going to bake too... My girls love Choc chip cookies... But not sure mine is going to be as good as yours, Gert!

Big Boys Oven said...

oh lovely...can mell those lovely chocolat!

Jane of All Trades said...

oh.. i've been thinking of making chocolate chip cookies.. and I'll try yours as it looks good. Thanks Gert!!

Rita Ho said...

I am SO looking forward to seeing Mr Postman in the next few days. HAHAHA!

PrincessJournals said...

Guess what? i made some yesterday and michael loves them! hehe. now semangat more berkobar2 to bake more cookies. ;)

Sue Sue said...

My Le-Ann loves choc chips cookies a lot. Looks good leh!

beachlover said...

Look yummy!!.I wanna some too!!lol!!

I Cook4Fun said...

Cat, your cookies will good as is made out of love with your girls.

BBO, :) :)

JOAT, hope you like the recipe.

Rita, is on the way :) :)

PJ, you buat choc. chips jugak?

Sue, make some for Le-Ann lah :)

Beachlover, you will get some :)

Jane of All Trades said...

Gert, thanks for the recipe. My last batch is still in the oven and the kids have already eaten all of the 1st batch. They sure love it. .... but I'm also waiting for some from you. Bet with your touch, it must taste awesome...

I Cook4Fun said...

JOAT, I am so sorry but I already sending out all my cookies. Maybe next year you can join us for the cookies exchange for Christmas.

Ms eNVy said...

I am so making this and the russian tea cakes with my girls! .. but don't know if I can stop at one with the russian tea cakes hehehe ..Thanks for all the lovely cookies' recipes dear:)

I Cook4Fun said...

Envy, there is no way you can stop at just eating one of the Russian Tea cakes. Is just soooooooooo good :) Happy baking.

Audrey said...

Hi hi.. ur cookies are lovely! m a beginner in baking.. may i know what is the measurement of ur 1 cup? Thanks!!

p.s.: M a great fan of ur blog!!! =)

ICook4Fun said...

Audrey, if you going to do a lot of baking you need to invest in a set of measuring cups. It comes in 1, 1/2, 1/3, and 1/4 cups. That is the cups I used in all my baking. 1 cup of butter is around 226 grms, 1 cup of flour is around 126 grams and 1 cup of sugar is around 250 grms. Hope this help.

Innocent^^Guy said...

Fan of this blog! I tried making this cookie just now...but it seems like the middle part of the cookie seems to be a bit soft...baking longer makes the cookie turn brown....any ideas why?

ICook4Fun said...

The temperature of your oven might be to high. Turn it down a bit and bake the cookies a bit longer.

Karen said...

I just tried this recipe, but used raisins instead of chocolate chips since I didn't have any. The results were soo good and heavenly when it came right out of the oven. Thanks for putting up such delicious and simple recipes! I'm a fan! (: