Even if you have a favorite chocolate chip cookie recipe already, Elisabeth Dillon of The Daily Texan has a version that’s worth a try. Her Collegiate Chocolate Chip Cookies combine butter and margarine; baking powder instead of baking soda; and a mixture of whole wheat flour and bread flour. The results are a “delicious mound of cookie.”
This recipe from Simply Southern Baking calls for three sticks of butter! What else is there to say? Of course, Buttery Toffee Walnut Cookies can’t be made regularly but surely they deserve to be trotted out as an occasional treat? Anyway, you won’t have to worry about the calories — they disappear so quickly, you’ll be lucky to get more than one!
Here’s a recipe designed to tantalize the tastebuds of the vegan householder by skipping such traditional animal products as eggs and butter. Those ingredients happen to be the costliest when it comes to baking too. If these Vegan Chocolate Chip Cookies still disappear quickly from the cookie jar, you’ll be doing your wallet and your family a favor.