DOUBLE CHOCOLATE CHIP COOKIES
*you will need a dough mixer for this recipe.
If you try using an ordinary household mixer, it will probably burn up the motor.
2 c. butter 1 t. salt
2 c. gran. sugar 2 t. baking powder
2 c. brown sugar 2 t. baking soda
4 eggs 24 oz. Nestle semi-
2 t. vanilla sweet chocolate chips
4 c. all pur. flour 8 oz. Hersheys
5 c. oatmeal blended to a powder milk chocolate chips
3 c. chopped nuts, (I use pecans)
Measure oatmeal after blending.
In a separate bowl, cream butter and sugar. Add eggs and vanilla.
In a very large, third bowl, put in all your dry ingredients. Mix together.
Add oatmeal to your third bowl, containing your dry ingredients.
Add your creamed ingredients to all of this. Add both kinds of chips, and your nuts. Mix all ingredients with dough hooks/mixer until well blended.
I use a cookie scoop, leveled, I put 20 on a pan, lined with waxed ppr for easy removal and tossing. (You don't have to keep washing your pans.)
Bake at 375* for 16-18 minutes. You have to experiment with your oven, and see if you like a softer cookie, or a crisper one.
Yield: about 112
If you use a teaspoon for this recipe, bake for 6-8 minutes and you will yield about 200.
This is a good sized recipe! I have doubled it for gift giving, but I would start out with one batch.
Bc of the size of this recipe, I make mine ahead of baking day. Make rolls with waxed ppr and freeze, or if cooking in a day or two, you can put it in your refrigerator. (warning, family may eat it raw, and it contains eggs.)
BEWARE! If you put one on your head, your tongue will knock your teeth out to get to it!
They are extremely addicting to eat, bc of yumminess.
Author takes no responsibility for your addiction, or family fights for them!
Eat warm or from freezer and drink a glass of milk.
You'll wonder how you ever got this far in life without them.:wink: