Chocolate chip cookies and a glass of cold milk. Childhood comfort food. I have been baking chocolate chips cookies for over forty years. Well, let’s face it, closer to fifty years than forty. I’ve baked numerous different recipes. I like mine crisp but still a little chewy. High butter to flour ratio.
Dorie’s newest fit the bill. They are crisp but chewy out of the oven, but crisp up as they cool. I could have pulled them out of the oven a little sooner I suppose, and maintained the chewiness, but they are also excellent crispy. Dunkable.
Dorie added cardamom and nutmeg to these and that must be the “newest” part. Neither my husband or I could discern the added spices. We agreed, however, that they are excellent chocolate chip cookies.