Dorie’s Best Chocolate Chip Cookies TWD

This past week was filled with more baking than usual. I made cookies and cupcakes for work, two TWD recipes and some lemon squares. Let me tell you, my trainer would so not be happy about the “choices” I made. That being said it was fun to bake up a storm and I really couldn’t send my baking out into the world without taste testing it. I made Dories Best Chocolate Chip Cookies with my niece. We love baking together and she is getting to be such a big girl that she was able to use the hand mixer all on her own. Here is evidence.

Fortunately, I had a party to go to on Sunday so I was able to bring plenty of baked goods with me, including these cookies. I have to say that although these are really good, I think I prefer my own go-to chocolate chip cookies (everyone is allowed a personal preference, right?) I used a mixture of semi-sweet, milk and white chocolate chips which added a little something extra. These are a crispier cookie so if that is what gets you going you won’t be disappointed. Head on over to Kait’s Place to see the recipe and what this week’s host, Kait, got up to. To see what other TWD bakers did, check out the list of participants, you may just find a new favourite blog.

6 responses to “Dorie’s Best Chocolate Chip Cookies TWD

  1. What a cute little cookie! Your dessert looks good too. ::grin::

  2. They look good! I liked them too but do like the good ole Toll House cookies the best!

  3. A very cute helper! Good idea to mix the chips here. I went with bittersweet and pecans. A bit thin, but yummy!

  4. Ooohhh! Your niece is adorable holding the mixer. Great chip combo for the CCC’s. I know what you mean about having favorites though. Mine is Alton Brown’s “chewy” CCC recipe =)

  5. Your niece is so cute! Love your cookies too! Mine were paper thin, at least to me. I prefer a thicker cookie. These were tasty, just too thin.

  6. Your cookies look great, but your helper steals the show!

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