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Mel's Magnificent Chocolate Chip Cookies

Rated as 4.52 out of 5 Stars

"These soft, chewy cookies are a favorite of my friends."
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Ingredients

servings 411
Original recipe yields 12 servings (2 1/2 dozen)

Directions

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  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees F (175 degrees C).
  2. Mix butter, eggs, vanilla and sugars together. Add dry ingredients and blend well, until mixture is whipped. Mix in chocolate chips.
  3. Drop tablespoon sized pieces dough onto a greased cookie sheet; bake for 8-10 minutes, until edges are browned. Remove from oven before the center is browned.

Nutrition Facts


Per Serving: 411 calories; 20.6 54.8 4.5 72 328 Full nutrition

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Most helpful positive review

My chocolate chip cookies are always crispy, and I always wanted to be able to make good, soft, chewy cookies... this recipe worked for me! It made good sized, delicious, soft and chewy cookies...

Most helpful critical review

Generally when I bake I give all or most of it away...but not this time. This is the perfect example of why I've seldom strayed from what I've learned works best. The cookies were greasy and f...

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My chocolate chip cookies are always crispy, and I always wanted to be able to make good, soft, chewy cookies... this recipe worked for me! It made good sized, delicious, soft and chewy cookies...

these cookies were great! i added baking powder instead of baking soda so they would come out puffier. they were perfect milk dipping cookies, they absorbed the milk. ***** five stars *****

WOW are these the BEST !!! You can actually make the dough into a tube (like the Pilsbury cookie dough) wrap it in wax paper and freeze them to use later. You can cut off what you want frozen to...

Generally when I bake I give all or most of it away...but not this time. This is the perfect example of why I've seldom strayed from what I've learned works best. The cookies were greasy and f...

Cookies came out yummy :) So I used that quantity changer because I thought it really was for "12." I didn't only want a dozen cookies that I could maybe finish in one day with my family so I u...

I cut back on the butter a little, by about 50g and they are still chewy & magnificent. Just what I wanted, thanks for the great recipe!

The recipe is pretty good, however not the greatest. It was a little cakey to me and the kids I made them for weren't too happy because they weren't very sweet like most cookies are.

This is an excellent cookie recipe. I've been looking for something that is not cake-like but still turns out soft in the centre. This is definitely the one! I have 3 recommendations: 1. I rec...

i read all the review and i took the advice to put in baking powder, welll my cookies when kur plots = [ these cookise were bland and it was like the melted in the oven and then they stayed th...