How to Make Chocolate Chip Cookies – Easy Soft Chewy Chocolate Chip Cookie Recipe

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In this episode of In the Kitchen with Matt I will show you how to make chocolate chip cookies. Chocolate chip cookies are my favorite cookies to make and eat and this recipe gives you a nice soft chewy chocolate chip cookie that is sure to impress your friends and family. Let’s get baking!

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2 1/2 cups of all-purpose flour (310g)
1 cup of unsalted softened butter (225 g)
1 cup of packed brown sugar (200 g)
1/2 cup of white granulated sugar (100 g)
2 large eggs
2 tsp. of vanilla extract (10ml)
1/2 tsp. of salt (2.5 g)
1 tsp. of baking soda (5 g)
1 package semi-sweet chocolate chips or milk chocolate (about 2 cups or 350g)
***Note I just used a metric conversion for these, double check your measurements if you use metric. :)

Helpful tools:
Artisan Mat (Silicone Baking Mat):
Whisk or Sifter
Hand Mixer or Stand Mixer

Makes 2 1/2 to 3 dozen cookies depending on the size.

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Hello and welcome back to In the Kitchen with Matt, I am your host Matt Taylor. Today I am going to show you how to make Chocolate Chip Cookies, mmm yummy, these chocolate chip cookies are soft, chewy, super yummy, really easy to make, chocolate chip cookies are my favorite cookie to make and eat. What is your favorite cookie? Drop a comment down below and let me know. Let’s get started. First preheat the oven to 350 degrees F. Then we start with 1 cup of softened butter, 1 half cup of white granulated sugar, 1 cup of packed brown sugar, okay now using a hand mixer or stand mixer, let’s cream this all together, once it is creamed together let’s go ahead and scrape down the sides, at this point we are going to add our eggs, one at a time, first large egg, now let’s add two teaspoons of vanilla extract, now we take 2 and a half cups of all purpose flour, we will add one tsp. of baking soda, on half tsp. of salt. Then we will go ahead and use a whisk or you can sift it together, and we will mix it all together. All right now let’s take our flour and we are going to just add about a third of it at a time, mix, alright add some more flour, now we want to scrape the sides as needed, add more flour, and then before I add the rest of the flour, at this step I am going to add 2 cups of chocolate chips, these are semi-sweet, you can you use milk chocolate as well, this equals about one package here in the States, I am going to mix those in. Okay, and then let’s add the rest of our flour, then one last scraping of the sides. Alright our cookie dough is done, and now what we are going to do is we need to separate our beaters and now time to clean off those beaters, and then you can just use your spatula, come in here and push them out. Alright once our cookie dough is done, it is time to form our cookies, I am using a cookie sheet with an Artisan Mat on top, this is a Silicone baking mat, really awesome, really love these silicon baking mats, they clean really easy, they last a really long time, they help to keep the cookies from getting burnt on the bottom, and uh, if you want to pick a couple of these up, I will put a link down below where you can get them, really awesome, I highly recommend them especially for cookies. So what we do is we take a spoon or ice cream scoop and we take some cookie dough, it’s about 2 tablespoons worth, and go ahead and drop it on there, and you can form it a little bit, with your hand if you want, just like that, whatever side you want to make, big ones, little ones, whatever you want to make, about an inch and a half apart. All right and then you bake these in the oven at 350 degrees for 8 to 10 minutes, depending on the size of the cookie…

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Wavy marc says:

What do I do if the cookie are runny in the bowl please I need help

Laura Victoria says:

OMG I’ve been trying to do cookies over quarentine, but they always ended up super hard and not good. But this recipe, like IM TELLING YOU these are the best cookies I’ve ever made IN MY LIFE. I 100% recomend this recipie, they are amazing, awasome job!!!!

Nadia Oliver says:

This really helps because one time i put to much salt and it tasted salty

Ariel Quinteros says:

Is it possible to replace all purpose flour with oat flour or will it change the taste 😩

CasualCapacitor says:

This is the same recipe as my cookies 😱 they’re so good

Autumn Deck says:

Do you have to use unsalted butter

Muhammad Bandeh says:

When ever I makes cookies it goes wrong I think it's because of the brown sugar it never turns out the way you make it brown and spongy do u know what am doing wrong

Ibraheem Abdulhadi says:

Can you make it without the chocolate chips?

Gano Konbi says:

My favorite cookie is sugar cookie with frosting.

superyee45 says:

Congratulations on 1 million views on this video

Soma Haque says:

My favorite cookie is chocolate chips

Keny Kruzz says:

Is it a good idea to rest the cookie dough and bake them tomorrow?I made the dough but I wanted to bake them tomorrow, please answer as soon as possible.

•brxski• says:

Can I just use Pam I don’t have the mats or parchment paper

•brxski• says:

Is it okay to use light brown sugar?

Fariba Akter says:

They’re in the oven rn!! Smells great can’t wait to take a bite ! :)

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