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I love these cookies they are so delicious
Made them tonight and they are now my favorite cookie ever. The only difference I made was I had a 10oz pkg of mint choc chips and used those… the whole bag. Amazing! And perfect at 18Min
These are fantastic! Super thin and crispy! Sent a batch to my sister-in-law’s. She raved about them. Said they were as good as ones she sometimes purchases. This recipe is a keeper. Thank you for sharing!
These are fantastic. I followed the directions exactly, and they turned out amazing, perfectly crispy. I doubt that I will ever try another chocolate chip recipe again. Thanks so much!
Dough was way too soft and never formed up. The puddles baked well but it took longer than 18 min.
Hi, Jay! Sorry they weren’t to your liking. I’m not sure why they were puddles. The dough should’ve still been spoonable. Perhaps an ingredient was forgotten.
I would describe these cookies as crunchy, not crispy. I only baked a couple of cookies using the method described. I refrigerated the rest overnight and baked them at 350 for about 8 minutes. I preferred them this way instead. They came out crispy rather than crunchy. I think there’s too much sugar in this recipe, though. Maybe decrease the sugars by about a 1/4 cup.
Amazing!! My husband said they are the best cookies he ever had!! I followed the recipe except: I browned the butter first then added 2T of softened not melted butter to make up for loss of volume when browning the butter. I also flattened the dough before baking
Thin, crispy and chewy and absolutely delicious! They came out exactly as pictured. The chocolate chips were a little scarce though. I added some by hand to each cookie before putting them in the oven and that worked out great.Thank you for this fantastic recipe, Cindy!!
I’ve been looking for the perfect chocolate chip cookie recipe and this pretty much nailed it! The only change I made was in the sugar ratio – I cup granulated, 3/4 brown sugar. I may try these again with a pinch more salt just because they were slightly too sweet to me. HOWEVER, I’m not normally one for sweet things, so if you have a natural leaning towards sugary treats, these will be perfect. All 3 of my boys loved them, including the 4th, my husband. Because of the low and slow, it CAN be a little time consuming, but SO worth it. Also, I used a half sheet aluminum baking pan 18×13 approx. Instead of parchment paper, a silicone mat. I easily fit 3 rows of 4 scoops each. I ended up with about 6 dozen cookies. Will be making these again. Thanks!
Perfect thin, crunchy cookies. Exactly what I was looking for.
They were so easy to make and turned out just like the photos and tasted amazing!Will definitely be making these again!
These turned out perfect! Thanks so much!
I’m in the process of making them now. How long should I be leaving the dough at room temp to firm up? The batter is still fairly liquidy after about 20 mins. I followed the recipe exactly
Hi, Kaitlyn! The batter will still be quite loose. It should look like the bottom photo in Step 5. You should still be able to scoop them out with a cookie scoop though, like the images in Step 6. Let us know if you’re still having trouble!
I’m huge fan of tarte cookie but these are little pricy..
so I decided to try this recipe!!
I followed the recipe exactly but my cookie turned out crispy in the edge and chewy in the middle… my husband said he like it but I was looking for super crispy like tarte’s so I was little disappointed… do you think did i do something wrong or any advice?? thank you!!
Hi! When they are first out of the oven they have a little chew but should crisp up as they cool. If not, maybe try baking them a little longer? If the edges are too brown, a lower temperature and even longer bake should do the trick.
Thank you Cindy!!
I’ll try the lower temperature trick for more crispness !!
By the way the chewy one I made still so tasty and so addictive!! My husband keep eating and can’t stop him self lol so dangerous!!!
You can add corn starch. A tablespoon is enough. I’ll guarantee you that your cookies will be crispy
white sugar makes cookies crispy so i suggest to use more white sugar than brown sugar.