My Big, Fat, Chewy Chocolate Chip Cookie

This is known as My Big, Fat, Chewy Chocolate Chip Cookie and they are one of my absolute favorites.My Big, Fat, Chewy Chocolate Chip Cookie - a tried and true favorite cookie recipe that everyone loves.

It was Sunday night and I had to make cookies.

I have been on a cookie kick lately much to my husband’s detriment who is trying to lean up.

He has amazing self control but he even succumbed to these.

They kind of remind me of Paradise Bakery cookies except for they are BIG.

The secret is the melted butter which gives them that chewy texture.

These Big, Fat, Chewy Chocolate Chip Cookies areย definitely going to be regulars for me.

My Big, Fat, Chewy Chocolate Chip Cookie - a tried and true favorite cookie recipe that everyone loves.
This dough is filled with chocolate chips! If you have a chocolate craving – this will satisfy you!
My Big, Fat, Chewy Chocolate Chip Cookie - a tried and true favorite cookie recipe that everyone loves.

You want to roll the balls of dough taller rather than wide. That makes for one thick cookie!


My Big, Fat, Chewy Chocolate Chip Cookie
Prep Time
22 hrs 2 mins
Cook Time
22 hrs 2 mins
  • 2 cups all-purpose flour
  • 1/2 teaspoon baking soda
  • 1/2 teaspoon salt
  • 3/4 cup unsalted butter , melted and slightly cooled
  • 1 cup packed brown sugar
  • 1/2 cup white sugar
  • 1 tablespoon vanilla extract
  • 1 egg
  • 1 egg yolk
  • 2 cups semisweet chocolate chips
  1. Preheat the oven to 325 degrees F (165 degrees C). Line cookie sheets with parchment paper.
  2. Sift together the flour, baking soda and salt; set aside.
  3. In a medium bowl, cream together the melted butter, brown sugar and white sugar until well blended. Beat in the vanilla, egg, and egg yolk until light and creamy. Mix in the sifted ingredients until just blended. Stir in the chocolate chips by hand using a wooden spoon. If your butter was still hot when you added it your dough may be really wet at this point. Let it rest at room temperature for a couple of minutes if this is the case and then it will be cool enough to scoop into cookies.
  4. Roll a scant half-cup of dough into a ball. Holding dough ball in fingertips of both hands, pull apart into two equal halves. Rotate halves 90 degrees and, with jagged surfaces facing up, place formed dough onto cookie sheet (Or just put a dang ball of dough on the cookie sheet and roll it taller than wider!). Bake, reversing position of cookie sheets halfway through baking, until cookies are light golden brown and outer edges start to harden yet centers are still soft and puffy (approximately 11-14 minutes). Do not overbake.
  5. Cool cookies on sheets until able to lift without breaking. Transfer to a wire rack to cool.
Recipe Notes
Source: Allrecipes
My Big Fat, Chewy Chocolate Chip Cookies - tried and true chocolate chip cookies. Once you try these you are done looking for a chocolate chip cookie recipe.

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  1. You are on a cookie kick! I wish I was still there to enjoy them:) I can’t wait to try these–if they are anything like Paradise Cookies, or even better, I am sold!

  2. Thank you so much for this extreamly good cookie recipe!! I’m from Germany and was searching for a good recipe for a long time, finally found it and can’t get enough!

  3. My batter was VERY gooey..oh no..

  4. FYI, the batter in this recipe IS gooey as the comment above states. BUT, it is amazing and works every time. I got this recipe on another blog and it is THE BEST. I do lots of variations on it too…add coconut or espresso powder or drizzle salted caramel on top. It’s just a fantastic basic chocolate chip cookie that you can have fun with! Just watch the cooking time…I rotate mine half way through and watch them like a hawk to ensure they don’t over bake.


  5. I love this chocolate chip cookie recipe! Usually, for me anyways, I either love the dough or love the cookie, not both. But, the dough and cookie is AMAZING! Thank you for posting it!

    • Hi Skyler and Kaitlin Ferguson,

      Thanks to your comment I tried the recipe and I could not agree more with you: both the dough and the cookie taste great! I had never enjoyed cookie dough but this one is good indeed!

      Really nice recipe!

  6. THESE LOOK AWESOME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  7. Love Chocolate cookies, these won’t last in my cookie jar, I can have them for breakfast, lunch and supper. Love the photos

  8. Wow these look nice! and big:) im printing the recipe:)

  9. These look and sound AMAZING! I’m always looking for a good chewy chocolate chip cookie recipe! Going to give these a try this weekend! ๐Ÿ™‚

  10. omg those look absolutely scrumptious!! The perfect big chunky cookie. will be making these for sure!

  11. Such pretty looking cookies. My cookies never look nice .. they never look that nice ๐Ÿ™‚

  12. oh. my. gosh. I’ll admit that I did a little dance in my kitchen after tasting one. These are definitely the best chocolate chip cookies I’ve made! Thank you so much ๐Ÿ™‚

  13. I made these this morning and they turned out good! I had to refrigerate the dough a bit, which made them better than when I didn’t. I think I didn’t let the butter cool enough! Thanks for sharing this recipe!

  14. MMMMM Christy! I wanted to make some cookies with Jonnie this morning and these were perfect! I think they win the ‘my favorite chocolate chip cookie’ award for me. HA!

  15. Hello Christy! We tried this chocolate chip cookie recipe today and it was an absolute winner in school today! Thanks for sharing this great recipe with all of us! ๐Ÿ™‚ ๐Ÿ˜€

  16. Goodness what can you say about these big fat chocolate chip cookies that happen to be chewy too? This a great recipe I have used many times – it is my all-time fav as far as choc. chip cookies go. They are addicting as you probably can gather from the photos alone!

  17. I just made these. They taste great, but look nothing like the photo. Mine are quite flat and don’t look very appealing. I’m not sure what I did wrong. Next time I’ll try not melting the butter, but whipping it. Thank you for the recipe.

  18. Can’t wait to try this recipe and impress my friends and family! How many cookies does this recipe make?

  19. @reena, it makes around a dozen.

  20. My cookies didn’t look anything like in the picture either, but this is still a great chocolate chip cookie recipe. I refrigerated the batter to keep it from spreading too much while baking because I know melted butter can cause that. The cookies were still much flatter than in the picture, but so delicious. Thanks!

  21. I just made these and they’re awesome! I only used about 1 1/2 cups of chocolate chips and it’s just enough for me. They turned out just as thick as in your pictures. Thanks for the recipe!

  22. Found you on Pinterest. Made the cookies and my daughter loves that there are so many chocolate chips! Thanks for sharing. I write a section called Pinteresting reviews on my site Bestfoodies….can I write a nice review for you?

  23. @bestfoodies, absolutely fee free. Would love it!

  24. I love this recipe but I need a recipe that freezes well. Do you know if this does??

  25. @stephanie Vogel,
    I haven’t ever tried to freeze these. Sorry. I guess I need to try that out…

  26. I tried these and they fell totally flat! I even tried chilling them overnight. Wonder what I did wrong???

  27. @SixSeven,
    Shoot! The only time mine are flat is if my butter is too hot after melting. Did you maybe add too much butter? It’s one and a half sticks…

  28. These were AWESOME!!! They turned out perfect!

  29. Just saw your recipe today at noon had to run to the store they came out absolutely delicious!!! Look as good as your pictures too and mine never come out looking that good!!! Thanks!!!

  30. Made these today and they were absolutely perfect! Came out exactly like the picture and super delicious! My new go to chocolate chip cookie recipe ๐Ÿ™‚ thank you!

  31. Oh my goodness… I just made these and they are so yummy! I apparently did not let the butter cool enough (should have read the comments first!) so they are a little flat, but by far the best cookies I have ever made! Thank you for this recipe ๐Ÿ™‚

  32. I added in Jello white chocolate instant pudding and they were AMAZING! Thank you for my new favorite cookie recipe!

  33. Just made these but used 1 stick butter and 1/4 c butter flavor crisco and they are sooooo good! The pictures are wonderful!


  34. I found this recipe through Pinterest. After trying a whole bunch of other recipes, this one is by far THE BEST CHOCOLATE CHIP COOKIE RECIPE EVER!! It’s super easy and every time I make it people loooooove them. It’s actually a recipe that people want me to make often!! Thanks for posting this amazing recipe =}

  35. Best chocolate chip cookies I’ve ever made! Your recipes never let me down! 3 batches in 2 weeks b/c they went so quickly!

  36. These cookies tasted amazing but mine turned out really flat and didn’t look at all like the ones in the photo. I was wondering if anyone knows what I did wrong I thought next time I might try using shortening instead of butter.

  37. For those with flat cookies, try adjusting your oven temp.

    I’ve made these at home following the directions exactly, no chilling of the batter and following recommended temp and time. However, when I tried making them at my mom’s house the cookies spread out too much and were very flat. After several trials, I discovered the oven was too hot and had to turn it down. I also decided to freeze the batter since it seemed to be stickier and more goowey than i remember it being. I ended up having to bake the frozen dough at 250 for 20 mins (baking 2 sheets at a time).

  38. How the heck do you get your cookies so puffy?! mine go so flat. I’ve heard if you use shortening instead of butter or is it baking powder instead of soda? or is it altitude issues? I live in Utah. HELP!

  39. This was the first time one of your recipes failed me :(. Like, EVER! I like most of the other commenters had flat cookies.. I don’t understand what happened? I did everything right according to the recipe. Did anyone have a method that fool proof fixed this? I even tried putting the dough in the fridge. Pancake flat ๐Ÿ™

    • Christy {The Girl Who Ate Everything} says:

      Did you make really tall dough stacks? Was your butter cooled after melting? I’m sorry. I don’t know what happened?!

  40. I put these together for my little one (12 years old) LOL. I went into the kitchen and did not have all what was called for sooo… I had mini chips and peanut butter chips. I went with it. The dough is delicious, like others have said. They came out wonderful! The true test, the little one gave it 2 thumbs up. Thanks for sharing . This will be a go to, want some dessert recipe!!!

  41. You are my chocolate chip cookie hero!!! The recipe is spot on perfect.
    My whole family thanks you.

  42. As found here:

    BTW: If you manage to make 18 cookies out of these (by using 1/4 cup of dough per cookie) That’s roughly 300 kcals per cookie. Love ’em.

  43. Baking these now! Added pecans too…can’t wait to share them!

  44. Lauren Kruchten says:

    I just made these and these are the best cookies I have ever had!!! they were perfectly baked and soft and veryyy chocolately! absolutely GREAT recipe!

  45. Nothing is better than a chocolate chip cookie! Will have to give these a try soon!

  46. jennifer crooks says:

    Thank you for awesome cookies with even more awesome directions!!! Usually I stop mid way through a recipe and go straight for the back of the chip bag with all the cookie backflips that are suggested from online cookie pros. I understand just make a dang ball and 1/2 of 1/2 cup for amount. Totally got it~thanks

  47. I just made these with gluten free all purpose flour mix and they came out perfect. Crisp at the edges, soft and chewy inside. The way my fiance and I like them. I’m trying to distract myself while they cool! Even though I already devoured one. Just sharing that this recipe works fine with gluten free flour ^-^

  48. Not only did these cookies turn out delicious, they are the most beautiful chocolate chip cookies I have evet made. Thanks!

  49. Hi

    This is the recipe that I use for normal cookies. Would I be able to use this recipe to make one giant cookie? Use most/all of the batter?

    Thanks in advance!

  50. Ha! While looking for a good cookie recipe, I realized I already have this one and love it!!! Why am I trying to improve perfect???

  51. TheFoodieTech says:

    A very fine cookie! I can put them together in 5 minutes…I tried using 1/2 cup butter and 1/4 cup coconut oil and my fussy 17 yr olds still gave them a thumbs up. I have been thinking about those bakers who want a puffy cookie. Is your baking soda fresh? Are you preheating your oven? I have a Jennair convection and it gets really hot so I usually take the temp down or shorten the baking time. I also use the pans with an air space in them with parchment paper. The only change I have made is reversing the sugar to 1/2 cup white and 3/4 c packed brown sugar because I prefer the flavour. Excellent recipe I have made many times always with great success. Thank you.

  52. So i tried these tonight!:) awesome recipe! Except, i read that if your cookies come out super flat, it’s because there is not enough flour. I added about 1/2 cup extra of flour. I also did let my butter cool, Once everything was mixed together, i stuck the dough (in the bowl it was all mixed in) into the freezer for 15 minutes. when i rolled my cookie dough balls, i made them sorta tall. And BOOM yummy cookies!:) OOH i also would like to say i baked my cookies at 250 degrees verus the orginal temp and it worked perfect (did take alittle longer) but so worth it! YUM

  53. Can I double the recipe? anything I should pay attention if I double it?

  54. I am so bummed out! I followed the recipe exactly…or so I thought. :/ My first batch came out with flattened cookies, so I refrigerated the rest of the dough for about 3 hours prior to baking, and also baked at a lower temp/longer time as some suggested. Same result. I cannot figure out what I did wrong. I’d like to try these again sometime, as I see so many positive feedback posts here and on AllRecipes, but I’m a little hesitant, because every chocolate chip cookie recipe I’ve ever tried has resulted in flat cookies. Boo.

    • Christy {The Girl Who Ate Everything} says:

      I’m sorry they came out flat for you. More flour will give you a thicker cookie. Is your baking soda fresh?

  55. I make these regularly, they’re that good. They taste amazing with chocolate chips, cranberries, nuts, and they turn out PERFECT each time! Most of the time I halve the recipe but even when I make a full batch these are gone within days (and it’s only my girlfriend and I here). Thank you for this AMAZING recipe, Christy!

  56. How many does this recipe usually make? ??

  57. I followed this recipe exactly but mine turned out thin and flat. Taste good, but nothing like the picture

  58. I made these, they were a good, classic CC cookie recipe. They did spread a bit, but not the the point of turning the cookies crispy. I even made a second batch the next day with the refrigerated dough, but that surprisingly didn’t ameliorate the spread.
    All in all, they had a really yummy caramel-y smell and taste (used organic butter, don’t know if that made a difference) and great chewiness. Very deliciously chewy, for sure. These cookies held up just as well 3-4 days later.
    I will look for a thicker, less spread recipe, but like I said, these are a fantastic classic recipe.

  59. I made these but I changed a couple things, I mixed milk chocolate chips with white chocolate chips then added pecans. They turned out beautifully!! I will be making these for our Mother’s Day Bake Sale!! Excellent cookie!!

  60. Sabrina Guerrero says:

    Very Very Very runny!! Pretty disappointed that I used up the last of my ingredients on this. I managed to add about 1/4 cup more of flour and 1/4 more of sugar to thicken it up to allow to form a ball and bake them. They tasted great after that adjustment.

  61. THESE COOKIES ARE DELICIOUS!! I found the link to them on Pinterest and though I’d try it out. My family and friends LOVE them!! I’ve made about four batches within the month!

  62. these cookies were also a big disappointment for me. They came out completely flat… what was I thinking following the instructions to use half a cup of dough for 2 cookies?!?

    There was enough dough for 3 cookie sheets, so I chilled the third batch of cookies and they STILL came out flat. They taste good, they’re not mind-blowing, just good.

    I wish I had read the comments before using all my chocolate chips for a batch I can’t even take to the BBQ we’re going to ๐Ÿ™

    I *may* try this recipe again; using more flour, room temperature butter, ice cream scoop sized balls of chilled dough, and possibly a lower temperature and longer bake time. PHEW… That’s a helluva lot of adjustments.

  63. Allrecipes has all sorts of of excellent finds as far as baking goes! I’ve been hunting for a chunky, thick chocolate chip cookie and it’s been SO HARD to track a reliable recipe down! So I’m looking forward to baking up these little guys! Thanks so much for sharing!

  64. How many many cookies does this make?

  65. Oh. My. Lord. I just made these cookies and they are the best chocolate chip cookies I have ever baked. Used a 1.5 inch cookie scoop and baked for 10 minutes. Perfection!! Thank you for sharing ๐Ÿ˜‰

  66. These remind me of the chocolate chip cookies that my grandma used to always make. They were the best.

  67. I Tried this recipe, and It was great! Best cookies ever.

  68. This is exactly the recipe froM Cook’s Illustrated Cookbook . Especially the direction to rotate the dough !!

  69. I use this recipe religiously, well that goes for all your wonderful recipes!

  70. The recipe calls to melt the butter. I never do this especially where eggs are concerned. I let the butter get to room temperature and then added it to the recipe. The batter isn’t so gooey sticky. I baked each ‘side’ for 4.5 minutes before turning the pan (turning the pan is crucial). 9 minutes tops was plenty long enough in my oven.

  71. How many cookies can you get out of this recipe?

  72. Sammie Rodriguez says:

    omg, this is the BEST chocolate chip cookie recipe I’ve ever used. they came out PERFECT. I found this recipe on pinterest, and I’m always a little afraid pinterest recipes won’t exactly turn out, but this one is amazing. Thank you! I will be following your blog now for more recipes ๐Ÿ™‚

  73. Wow thank you so much for supplying this recipe to the world!! I am from New Zealand and am always on the look out for new chocolate chip cookie recipe’s and have definitely found my favourite!!!!!

  74. Gross!! Do not make these!! Waste of money and time!!๐Ÿ˜ท

  75. These were awesome! ๐Ÿ™‚ I added in two tablespoons of oat flour to make them extra chewy! While mine did come out thin, that is perfectly okay cause a cookie is a cookie in my eyes xD Thank you so much for sharing this recipe ^-^

  76. This is the best recipe ever I have gotten nothing but good response thank you

  77. My roommates and I did this tonight and they almost killed me when I dropped one to the floor!! haha they are so delicious we really loved them (:

  78. Omg!!!! The very best! My family went Crazy over these cookies! My go to chocolate chip cookie from now on!!

  79. The recipe looks great but mine were gooey and very pale. I turned up the heat to 350.

  80. I have the worst luck with cookies. Mine always come out flat, no matter what I do!!! These are good, but mine are flat.

  81. Maybe you meant to use the word “dispair” about how your husband reacted…. “Demise” means death!

  82. These cookies are awesome! I made them in my one-bowl lazy way (cream butter and sugars – not melted!, add the wet ingredients then the dry without sifting) and they still turned out amazing. Made the dough into little cylinders twice as high as they were wide, and they bake down into delicious cookies with a crispy thin edge, and a huge mound of chewy, soft cookie in the centre. YUM! This will be my go-to recipe from now on!

  83. Easy & AMAZING! I used half semi-sweet & half milk chocolate chips. This is my new go-to chocolate chip cookie recipe.

  84. Thank you for this recipe! I made these for our family Christmas party this year, and everyone loved them! Everyone in my family has always raved over my Sister’s chocolate chip cookies, but once she tasted these, she resigned herself as the chocolate chip cookie queen!

  85. I’m afraid I didn’t really care for this one, but it’s always fun to try new recipes! Maybe if I’d done what I usually do and add some peanut butter, they might have tasted better. I just didn’t find them very flavorful. Thanks for sharing, though.

  86. Cindy Forrest says:

    I have to admit I was nervous!! I adore cookies but have never had much luck. These cookies turned out perfectly!! Just like the pics! And totally delicious! I finally found the perfect chocolate chip cookie recipe. Thank you๐Ÿ’•

  87. Best cookies ever!! So flavorful and moist, chewy, soft, whichever you prefer to say it! Mine took a bit longer to make, but it may be just because I made them bigger. Thank you so much for your post!

  88. Made these just as recommended, cooled butter, shifted flour and all and they came out perfect. Taking to a dinner tonight so we will see the results ๐Ÿ˜‹

  89. Waaaay to sweet!
    I like sweet but these are crazy sweet!

  90. I made these this weekend and was very hesitant because of the melted butter method, but they turned out great! I let the butter sit a little after melting it so it wasn’t completely clear and I think that helped the batter not be too gooey. Definitely don’t bake these for more than 11-12 minutes, the trays I baked longer are not very chewy. Overall a win! I will make these again.

  91. I have been making this exact recipe since 1996. Love it & people always love them. I originally got my recipe out of Sunset magazine. I can’t remember the month. But I believe it was 1996. For me I always double the recipe. The cookies seem to be better.

    Thanks for sharing the recipe

  92. How many cookies does this recipe make?

  93. jina williams says:

    My mix came out extremely dry

  94. I followed this recipe but didn’t sift. Also only used 1/2 cup of butter after reading too gooey dough reviews. Cooked 10 min or each side so total of 20 min at 325. Bottom line, BEST chocolate chip cookies I’ve had or made!!!

  95. Can you tell me what I did wrong? My cookies came out very flat even though I made them tall not wide. They still taste amazing though.

  96. How many cookies does this recipe make?

  97. OMG!!! These are the best! I love these.They taste great right from the oven. I usually prefer my chocolate chip cookie cold so I can savor the entire cookie without the chocolate overwhelming the cookie. A perfect cookie nice, thick and chewy. One substitute: I only had a bag of Nestle mini chocolate chips, reduced to one cup of chips. Glad I did the cookies are really loaded with mini chips, in my world a plus.

  98. Hands down, best cookie ever. When it came time for the melted butter I was a bit nervous due to the comments, so I used the warmer on my stove top at the 3rd level of warmth instead of the microwave or in a saucepan. This melted about 1/3 of the butter at a very low heat and softened the rest in a glass Pyrex dish. It was perfect!
    I’ve made them as instructed and also with chocolate chips, walnuts & heath toffee bits. I’ve done chocolate & Reeses peanut butter chips too and this recipe has come through each time. What I would like to do now is add in cocoa powder to make them darker but I’m not sure how to go about that. Do I need to reduce the flour? Anyhoo, once again, great recipe!

  99. I almost forgot! The 2nd time I made these I didn’t realize I had run out of vanilla so I scoured pinterest for a substitute. Maple syrup was suggested and all I had was Aunt Jemima Original Syrup (is it maple? I have no clue the label doesn’t specify) & it didn’t make a difference to the outcome. Still the perfect cookie. ๐Ÿ™‚

  100. These were amazing! I made them for the first time today and I was completely blown away!! Very chocolate-y, but not too sweet, just right; soft on the inside but a line of crunchiness on the outside. Wonderful recipe.. 5 stars

  101. Chantal Adaimy says:

    This recipe is PERFECT!!! I have been looking for a good recipe for years! This one was beyond amazing! Thanks alot! ๐Ÿ˜‰

  102. I love this recipe , just made some this morning. it really is the best chocolate cookie recipe I have ever made..
    but the 2 cups of chocolate chips is WAY to much I think, first time i made it I only used 1 cup and thought that was too much. this time i used 1/2 cup of mini chips and thought it was perfect…but I guess if you Love chocolate chips its good…
    Thank you for sharing this recipe, its the best..

  103. I am 63 and have made lots of cookiesโ˜บ๏ธ This is my favorite now. They look just like the picture! My 7 year old grandson introduced me to someone recently then added “and she makes REALLY good chocolate chip cookies.” Thanks for sharing!

  104. I Added one package of Instant pudding mix to this recipe and baked the cookies at 350 degrees fernheit for 12 minutes delicious cookies๐Ÿช

  105. I can’t seem to find how many dozen tis recipe makes. Please do tell : )

  106. Made these yestursday they where great!! Perfect Chocolate chip cookies!!

  107. Just made these and they are amazing! I used a smaller cookie scoop though and baked for 11 minutes because if I made the bigger ones I would have to eat the whole thing. ๐Ÿ˜‰ I have been looking for a recipe that was less cake like answer a bit more chewy and these are perfect.

  108. These are the best ever- made with peanut butter and milk chocolate chips together- fabulous!

  109. I have been looking for the perfect chocolate chip cookie recipe for so long. This is it!!! I love that these don’t have to be refrigerated and can be made quickly. Their name fits these cookies perfectly ๐Ÿ˜

  110. Made exactly as written. Hands down the best chocolate chip cookies I’ve ever made. Now my go-to! Thank you for sharing the recipe!

  111. I made these today! Oh, Wow!!!!! These are so good!!
    Thank you!

  112. Made these and my husband said, “This is a different recipe. These are really good though.”
    When he keeps going back for more I know to make it a favorite. Easy to follow and not a million ingredients with ooh-la-la chocolate chips galore!

  113. These were so good!! I really liked them and so has everyone else I made them for. Do you know how I would be able to make them into Peanut Butter chocolate chip and keep the softness and thickness of the cookie?

  114. OMG….I Mean OMG….these are by far the absolute best chocolate chip cookies I have ever made!!!!! I have been making regular chocolate chip cookies all my life, and have gotten so bored with them and so have my children! I have finally found my love….me and my family’s most favorite EVER! WOW! Thank you soo much!

  115. These are the best chocolate chip cookies ever….nothing compares at all to these! They turned out PERFECT and my family and I are soooooooo in love!
    Thank you!

  116. Waaaaaaaaay too sweet! They turned out fine with just a third of the suggested amount.

  117. Great cookies! Been looking for the right recipe for a long time, and this is IT! Thanks for sharing! Greetings from Argentina ๐Ÿ˜„๐Ÿ‡ฆ๐Ÿ‡ท

  118. Vรฉronique says:

    Hello, I’m french and I would like to cook your cookies. I wondered if you could tell me the weight in gram of a cup.

  119. I have made the batter or the cookie sheet and they already smell good! What an amazing sign!

  120. Two things, THANK YOU! AND FINALLY! I have tried recipe after recipe and have never been too satisfied. I saw this recipe and read the comments so thought I’d give it a try. I was assuming it would be just like all the others, just not too great but I loved them! I’m going to hold on to this recipe for when it’s time for cookies.

  121. Chantal Adaimy says:

    I have to admit, this is by far the best cookie recipe I have ever made! I’ve made it around 5 times and each time it turns out amazing! I’ve spent 5 years looking for a good recipe and I find an amazing one! Thank you alot for this delicious recipe!!

  122. Nata Etherton says:

    These cookies look irresistible. Forgive me for mentioning this, but you referred to your ‘husband’s demise.’ Demise refers to someone’s death. You may want to correct that if your husband is still living and eating your delicious food.

  123. Made these with my toddler helper today, they came out perfect and beautiful! We only had 1 cup of chocolate chips left after this weeks pancakes so we added 1 cup of peanut butter chips. Delicious! My new go to cookie recipe for sure!

  124. My batter turned out great maybe the butter was measured incorrectly cause 3/4 cup is stick and a half.
    I added raisins to mine cause I only had almost a cup oh chips. Can’t wait, putting them in hubbies lunch for surprise. .. Also I can’t wait to dip them in my morning coffee yay treat to me!!!
    Thanks for recipe!

  125. Margaret Williams says:

    Excellent cookies, the absolute best!!

  126. Love, Love, Love this recipe just made them. Better than the toll house recipe I always make. Going to switch to this one from now on. Thank you for the recipe. I didn’t do no sifting, I used a scoop # 40 to scoop my dough onto a pan. Just made and baked no refrigerator time. Turned out very good for me.

  127. I rarely leave reviews but had to because these were so fabulous. I consider myself to be a pretty good baker (although not like you course!) and have tried many chocolate chip cookie recipes and this has been the best. Just a little crispy on the outside and chewy in the middle– and get this– I had to use half a cup of whole wheat flour instead of white flour and they were still amazing. Ditching my other chocolate chip cookies recipes for this one. Great work.

  128. Hi,
    Do you think I could use solid shortening for these ? I do not have butter and if so would I still melt it ?

  129. These are the most perfect chocolate chip cookies! I made them and they were exactly what I was looking for!! Thanks you so much!!!!

  130. Excellent cookie!

  131. Try melting the butter in the microwave at 12 second intervals instead of the stove top to avoid making it too hot. My dough was not runny at all.

  132. I made these cookies today and they were a hit. I added walnut pieces, white chocolate chips and 2 different chocolate chips. If you follow the directions, your cookies will be perfect.

    Thank you,
    I’m making these for Christmas gifts.

  133. I thought I’ve found my CC cookie recipe already 2 years ago, until I’ve tried yours and made it on nye. They are so so delicioso, not so sweet, perfect if I may. Everyone in the house including my husband who’s not a fan of cookies, said by far the best I made.
    Thank you so much. I’m making them again today, everyone is waiting for them already.

  134. Any suggestions for high altitude baking? my cookies always come out flat.

  135. My biggest issue with making large batches of cookies is that I can never seem to store them properly. Any suggestions?

  136. I have these in the oven right now..i’m on the search to find an amazing cookie recipe. I melted the butter on the stove top and allowed it to cool completely..longer than i actually intended so i liquified it but didn’t get it hot. creamed the sugars and butter. sifted the flour. it’s an extra step but i figure recipes say it for a reason. My batter has been super easy to work with..batter-y but not runny/gooey like some commenters described. they are looking delish! timer going off now! . . . oh these look beautiful! can’t wait to taste it

  137. These were amazing! My husband told me to keep this recipe handy, because the thought they were “delightful.” I have been looking for a great chocolate chip cookie recipe and this one definitely is it. Thanks for sharing!
    ** My dough was goeey too, but I let it sit for about 15 minutes then gave it another quick mix and THEN added the chips. It was fine and rollable at that point.

  138. Benjamin Quincey says:

    First off I want to say that this is an amazing recipe that has produced amazing results for me every time (with a few *tweaks) sometimes I add peanut butter to the dough before mixing through the chocolate chips for an even yummier results.

    *just a note about step 3, to “cream” butter, you need to beat it for an extended period of time, incorporating air into it and bashing the fat molecules at high speed until they realign with the water molecules, the butter will turn almost white and will take on the appearance and texture of whipped cream, while creaming together butter and sugar is certainly a valid baking technique, used not only to dissolve sugar into fat but also for leavening, it is impossible to achieve with melted butter, as the fat has been turned into a liquid and will not trap air.

    I was quite confused when I first used this recipe, but have tried it both ways (melted butter with the sugar, and creaming cold butter with the sugar) found the best results come from omitting the “melt the butter” step.

  139. I noticed that if they are kept on the table for a few hours, they harden badly. I still have half of the uncooked dough, what should i do better next time?

  140. I have been on the hunt for the perfect chocolate chip cookie. I really like this one since you don’t really have to plan ahead with the butter and the whole letting it sit out thing. My problem(s) is that they have come out different all 4 times I’ve made them. 1st time pretty good, just too chewy, like stale. 2nd time big but very pale and too crunchy. 3rd time very airy, like airpockers were actually in them, still crunchy. 4th time darker in color, too crunchy and still air pockets. I’ve tried different temps with the butter after melting but I’m just at a loss. HELP!!

  141. Mine were not gooey but came out flat! I have no idea where I went wrong. I usually blame it on my 9 yr old, but she didn’t help this time. LoL

  142. The cookies came out wonderful. I did melt the butter about 90% of the way, let it cool while prepping the ingredients, then beat it with the sugars until it was light and fluffy. I like recipes that call for melted butter because when I decide I want to bake cookies NOW, my frozen butter doesn’t hold up the process. I thought the tablespoon of vanilla was a typo but no one has mentioned a thing about it. I used 2 tsp instead and it was more than enough for my tastebuds – next time may use less although others like them just the way they are. I formed the dough tall like you suggested and they really came out nice. Thanks for a recipe that has appeared to stand the test of time.

  143. Best recipe for cookies I’ve found yet , made a batch for afternoon tea and the kids loved them , thanks for sharing !!! ๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿช๐Ÿช๐Ÿช

  144. Oh my goodness! These are soooo good! I don’t know how many cookies these are supposed to make, but I barely made 20. I probably made them way too big. But they were amazing!

    Halfway through making them I realized my eggs were expired, so I used 1/3 cup applesauce and added some baking powder for the lift. They still turned out great.

  145. Question, Is this one whole egg(with whites and yolk), and then just one egg yolk?

  146. This recipe has been my go to chocolate chip cookie recipe for years. The melted butter is the best part. No need to remember to take the butter out of the fridge prior to mixing these up. It’s just perfect.

  147. THE PERFECT COOKIE!!! I added pecans….yummy!

  148. This recipe sounded amazing!! But for some reason my cookies came out flat as can be! My dough definitely did not look like yours pictured above. Perhaps I should’ve let the dough rest in the fridge for a few hours or over night? What do you think? So sad! But I’m sure they will still be tasty haha Thanks for sharing!

  149. Basketball Baker says:

    This is an awesome cookie recipe! If you follow the directions exactly, you will end up with a perfectly chewy, thick cookie with a hint of salt and the perfect amount of chocolate to keep you satisfied.

  150. These were AMAZING!! One of THE best I’ve ever tried! Thanks for sharing ๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ˜Š

  151. Omggggg best chocolate chip cookie recipe EVER!!!!

  152. Best.cookies.ever!!! I never ever write reviews, but had to about these. Wow! I’m a cookie lover and these are my absolute favorite. The ingredients and the method make them THE perfect chocolate chip cookie! I made them with my 4 year old yesterday and will be using this recipe for my girls’ birthday cookies in December (no cake allowed!)

  153. I had such high hopes for these! Bad idea to melt the butter. I knew that going in, but trusted the recipe. Also, there were actually too many chocolate chips! Going to try again with some of my own tweaks.

  154. OMG so freaking good! I just made these and they are my new favorite cc cookie recipe. My batch made 10 huge cookies (a heaping 1\4 cup a piece!) that will probably be gone by morning lol. This is definitely my new go to. They were a little flat but I’m pretty sure that’s because my wimpy arms got tired and I didn’t beat the butter and sugars long enough lol.

  155. This cookie recipe was delicious thank you for sharing

  156. Thank you so much. This is by far the best choc chip cookie i’ve ever
    tried. Absolutely thrilled with the outcome.

  157. Made these cookies a few times and the first time I made them they did not turn out so great, but today I made them and they turned out perfect!! I let the unsalted butter sit out for a day, I also sifted the desired ingredients not once but three times. Baked them no longer than what what suggested and wala AMAZING!!!

  158. It was really good but didn’t turn out right. They became flat for me, though they still tasted great.

  159. I’ve been using this recipe for a couple years now, and everyone (myself included) absolutely loves these cookies! I am super meticulous about following recipes, and these turn out perfect everytime. Something about melting the butter first makes them so different from other recipes I’ve tried. Thanks for the recipe!

  160. These are amazing. This is my go to recipe now. I double the recipe and make 2 doubled recipes in a day. Then I roll and freeze them. This lasts us months. I can pull them put any time and make as many as I want. Or make a bunch to take for a potluck. The only changes I made was that I use self rising flour and salted butter. Then eliminate baking soda and salt. I also use one bag semisweet and one bag white chocolate chips.

  161. Ashley Schubert says:

    Iโ€™m going to try these tomorrow. Should I change anything for high altitude? TIA!