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  1. I came across this recipe over a year ago and it has become my go to recipe for chocolate chip cookies.They come out perfect every time. Sometimes I add half a cup of skor bits. Thanks so much for posting.

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      That’s great! Thanks for the feedback, Kelly.

  2. I made these yesterday and they were well liked. I was kind of curious though- mine turned out a little more cake like than chewy. Maybe its just my oven. What effect does undated vs salted butter have?

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      Hi Dana,
      Unsalted butter merely allows you to control the amount of salt you add to a recipe. It’s hard to pinpoint what might have caused the texture of your cookies to turn out differently. Just double check to make sure you baked them at the specified temperature, and make sure you used baking soda.

  3. I am using your recipe as an outline…I wanted more nutrients in the recipe so I I did 1 c white whole wheat flour and 1 c ground flaxseed. For the butter I’m using virgin coconut oil. I put mini chips in so I can spread them more. They are baking right now, they smell amazing. Thanks for all the recipe tips.

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      Hi Rebecca,
      Thanks for the note. I think I’ll try those variations some time.

  4. Made these, turned out terrific. I froze the dough after scooping them out and baked when needed. Thanks for the recipe!

    1. Author

      That’s great, Anne. Thanks for the feedback!

  5. Does using parchment paper make a difference in the way that the cookie spread when they bake?

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      Hi Silvia,
      The parchment paper is just used to prevent the cookies from sticking to the pan. No, I don’t think it makes a difference as far as spreading.

      1. I made the cookies last night… they turned out GREAT!!!! crispy on the outside chewy on the inside, I’m not much of a baker but these were simple to make and delicious…THANKS ; )

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          Hi Silvia,
          Interesting.. they always turn out soft for me on the outside and all the way through. Glad it turned out.

  6. I’m going to try this recipe for the holidays. They look amazing. I’ll let you know the results =)

    1. Author

      Ok, thanks Tracey Marie.

      1. Well, I just finished baking my cookies following your recipe, and they are delicious and they look beautiful. I wish I could post a picture. The only changes I made was using light brown sugar instead of dark because that is all I had. The cookies weren’t as brown as yours, but they were a pretty golden brown. My first batch spread out and were very flat. So I added about 1 cup of flour (I doubled the recipe) to the cookie dough and it worked perfectly. Oh, I added an extra 1/2 tsp of vanilla because I love the flavor. This is a really good and easy recipe. Thanks for sharing =)

        1. Author

          Hi, that’s good to know. Thanks!

  7. What happens if you use buttermilk instead of regular milk?

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      Hi, I haven’t tried using buttermilk with this recipe so I’m not quite sure how that would turn out. Buttermilk is slightly tart and tangy so I imagine using it might make for an interesting flavor. I would have to actually try it out first. Thanks for the note.

  8. Do you think I could use light brown sugar instead of dark brown sugar and regular milk instead of soy milk?

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      Hi Courtney,
      Yes, light brown sugar and regular whole milk would also work.

  9. Just made there–they are delicious! Thanks for the recipe =)

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      Hi Naomi,
      Glad to hear. Thanks for the feedback!

  10. I am going to get the ingredients right now and start cooking, how does it taste? please reply!

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      Hi Juwayriah,
      I thought the cookies were pretty good.

  11. OMG Looks delicious!My mouth is totally drooling!Thanks for sharing!!!

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      Hi Juwayriah,
      Thanks for stopping by.

      1. Your welcome, I made the cookies and they are the best I’ve ever tasted! Thanks so much for sharing!

        1. Author

          Hi Juwayriah,
          Thank you for the feedback!

  12. These look amazing, and they sound incredibly delicious. I have a batch in the oven now – I added a tablespoon of corn starch for some added chewiness/gooiness. I’ll let you know how they turn out. =) Thank you for sharing the recipe!

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      Hi Jenn,
      Thanks, and if you get a chance, do let me know how they turned out.

  13. Can I use light brown sugar instead of the dark brown sugar?

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      Hi Rachael,
      Yes, I don’t see why not. Haven’t tried it with light brown sugar myself, but I would think it would work.

  14. I just made these and they came out perfect.I think the trick is baking at a lower temp.:-)

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      Hi Andrea,
      That’s great. Thanks for the feedback.

  15. I just made these with whole wheat flour and almond milk and they came out great! My husband ate 6 in one sitting. This is an amazing recipe, thank you so much for sharing!

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      Hi Sharon,
      Thanks for the feedback. I think that was a great idea using whole wheat flour and almond milk. I should try that sometime. Thanks!

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