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Help I need a Easy Chocolate Chip Cookie Recipe

Chocolate chip cookies are staples in most household, no matter how old that household's occupants are. Often, depending on the daily schedules of the occupants, a house's chocolate chip cookies could be store bought, made from frozen dough or made from scratch. This article is for people who are looking for an easy chocolate chip cookie recipe. Easy chocolate chip cookie recipe #1: The pre-packaged cookie Step One: Go to local store Step Two: Pick out favorite brand of chocolate chip cookies Step Three: Pay for favorite brand of chocolate chip cookies and take them home. Step Four: Once you have returned home, open bag or container of favorite brand of chocolate chip cookies. Step Five: Eat.

Repeat steps as needed. Easy chocolate chip cookie recipe #2: The frozen cookie dough Step One: Go to local store Step Two: Pick out favorite brand of frozen chocolate chip cookie dough Step Three: Buy favorite brand of frozen chocolate chip cookie dough as well as any extra ingredients called for on the back of the frozen cookie dough package and take items home. Step Four: Cook favorite brand of frozen chocolate chip cookie dough according to the directions on the back of the package. Step Five: Eat. Repeat steps as needed. Easy chocolate chip cookie recipe #3: Cookies from scratch Ingredients: One teaspoon of salt One teaspoon of baking soda One teaspoon of vanilla flavoring or vanilla extract Three fourths cup of white sugar (granulated) Three fourths cup of brown sugar (packed) One cup (or two sticks) of unsalted butter (softened) Two large eggs Two and one fourth cups flour (all purpose works well) Directions: Preheat your oven to three hundred and seventy five degrees Fahrenheit.

While the oven is pre-heating, mix together one teaspoon of baking soda, one teaspoon of salt and two and one fourth cups of flour together in a small bowl. In a large bowl, beat together the one cup (or two sticks) of softened unsalted butter together with three fourths cups of white sugar, the three fourths of a cup of brown sugar and the teaspoon of vanilla flavoring (or extract). Beat the ingredients together until they are creamy. Once you have made a creamy mixture add the eggs one at a time and make sure they get beaten in thoroughly before adding in the flour mixture. Slowly add in the flour, salt, baking soda mixture until you have formed a slightly firm and smooth cookie dough. Stir in the chocolate chips (most easy chocolate chip cookie recipes recommend two cups' worth, but you can add as much or as little as you want).

Next, use a teaspoon to drop blobs of cookie dough onto cookie sheets. Make sure the drops are a couple of inches apart and then bake each sheet for nine to ten minutes at a time. Cool the cookies for ten to fifteen minutes after they are taken out of the oven.

Enjoy these easy chocolate chip cookie recipes! Copyright (c) 2007 Steven Magill.

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