Chocolate Chip Cookies- A Pictorial
I know everyone’s made Chocolate Chip Cookies at least once in their life. Most likely HUNDREDS of times.
This afternoon I whipped up another batch of Nestle’s Chocolate Chip Cookies and decided to take pictures along the way. I had fun doing this and decided to share these with you – my fellow Chocoholics. 🙂
As any good baker knows, first you better make sure you have all the ingredients!
Flour, granulated sugar, brown sugar, butter, vanilla, chocolate chips, eggs, salt and baking soda. Pretty basic ingredients!
First, you measure the flour into a mixing bowl. I noticed after I uploaded this picture that it looks like I put the flour on the table instead of a bowl. I promise, it’s in a glass bowl. 🙂
Then add the baking soda.
And the salt.
Mix the dry ingredients together.
Put the butter in a separate bowl. Yes, the butter above has sugar on it. I forgot to take the “butter” picture, so picked the pieces out of the sugar to get my shot. HA!
Add the granulated sugar.
Add the brown sugar. Am I the only one who loves to pack brown sugar into a measuring cup, then flip it over and into the mixing bowl, hoping it keeps its shape? It’s like building a sand castle, don’t you think?
Add the vanilla.
Mix until smooth!
Gradually add the flour.
Mix well. This is where dough ball consumption is MANDATORY! Although I doubt any arms need to be twisted at this stage. Ha ha!
Place in the oven! We’re getting close!
Baking – they’re almost done!
Except with a cold glass of milk. These were D-E-L-I-C-I-O-U-S!!!
TIP: Place cooled cookies in a paper bag. This keeps the fresh baked cookies softer than any ziplock bag or cookie jar will. I promise!