Chocolate Chip Cookies are of the most rated foods all over the world. They are loved by seniors and kids alike.
Chocolate Chip Cookies were made in the United States by Ruth Graves Wakefield and her right-hand lady, Sue Brides at the Toll House Inn around 1938. The Toll House Inn was owned by Ruth Graves Wakefield.
It is reported that she accidentally developed the cookie, but this is wrong. This was revealed by Peg, Sue Brides’ daughter. She also told the whole story and the real recipe of chocolate chip cookies of that time.
I think that’s enough for the intro. Let’s dig in without wasting time.
Today, you are going to learn how to make the best and homemade softest chocolate chip cookies from scratch. Just like a Smart Cook.
Ingredients for Chocolate Chip Cookies:
|Plain Flour||2 and a half cups|
|Butter (Salted or non-salted)*||270g|
|White Sugar (Powder)||1 Cup|
|Brown sugar (Powder)||1 Cup|
|Vanilla essence||1 Tablespoon|
|Eggs (Room Temperature)||2|
|Salt||Half a Teaspoon|
|Baking Soda||1 Teaspoon|
|Chocolate Chip (Small Sized)||1 and a half Cups|
*Butter should be at room temperature.
Recipe For Chocolate Chip Cookie:
- Pre-heat the oven at 350 ° F (180 ° C). Gas mark at 4.
- Refine the plain flour, baking soda, and salt and rest aside.
- Beat the butter, white sugar, and brown sugar until the mixture becomes creamy.
- Add vanilla essence and one egg. Now, beat it again, perfectly.
- Now add the plain flour, baking soda, and salt.
- Beat it again, nicely.
- After this, you’ll get your cookie dough.
- Add Chocolate Chip to it and mix well. You have Chocolate Chip Cookie dough ready.
- Take an ice-cream scoop or a tablespoon and start putting the mixture on the baking tray.
- Note: You just have to put it as it is. No need for rolling or making a flat. Also, you can put more mixture if you want to make large cookies.
- For large cookies, bake for 13-15 minutes. For small cookies, bake for 10-12 minutes.
- Enjoy your best and homemade softest Chocolate Chip Cookies.
This Recipe is By FAIZA ZARIF.
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