Not Flat Chocolate Chip Cookies

Preheat oven to 375 degrees. Combine the flour, baking soda and salt in a small bowl. In another, larger, bowl add the sugars, vanilla and milk; then cream in the butter and …

Servings: 24
Total Time: 22 mins
Category: Dessert
Calories: 276 per serving
1. Preheat oven to 375 degrees.
2. Combine the flour, baking soda and salt in a small bowl.
3. In another, larger, bowl add the sugars, vanilla and milk; then cream in the butter and shortening by beating on medium-low just until there are no sugar clumps; *be careful not to overmix.
4. Beat in (on medium-low) the eggs, one at a time; then gradually add in your flour mixture; *don't overmix!

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It's always disappointing to pull a large sheet of deflated chocolate chip cookies out of the oven. With this recipe for Perfect (Never Flat) Chocolate Chip

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Shortening-based cookies spread less, so consider replacing some or all of the butter in your recipe with shortening to keep your chocolate chip cookies puffy. The Type of Flour Matters If you use a high-protein flour such as all-purpose or bread flour, your cookies will likely turn out flat.

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Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. Line a large baking sheet with parchment paper; set aside. In a medium bowl, whisk flour, baking soda and salt. Set aside. In a separate large bowl, or the bowl of your stand mixer fitted with the paddle attachment, beat butter and sugars until light and fluffy. Add eggs and vanilla extract.

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This answer links to a Good Eats episode that talks about three different kinds of chocolate chip cookies, including a soft and thick one. The question that sparked the above answer has two answers referencing a Cooks Illustrated recipe, their Thick and Chewy cookie. To get a thick and chewy cookie they melt the butter, add an extra egg yolk

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Dec 31, 2009 02:17 PM 104. Ok, I've been a baker for YEARS. And a good one, so I'm told (LOL). But, clearly I am missing something basic. I make the Tollhouse recipe for chocolate chip cookies and while they taste really good, they are always pretty flat. We all still love them as they are crispy on the edges and chewy in the middle (the way I

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Instructions. Preheat oven to 365 degrees. Cream butter until smooth, add sugars and cream again. Add eggs and vanilla and mix until combined. Add flours, salt, baking powder and baking soda, mix until incorporated, then mix in chocolate chips. (A stand mixer is recommended as the dough will be very thick). Scoop out dough and round into golf

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Why did my chocolate chip cookies come out flat? Mistake: When cookies turn out flat, the bad guy is often butter that is too soft or even melted. This makes cookies spread. The other culprit is too little flour —don’t hold back and make sure you master measuring. If too-little flour was the issue, try adding an additional 1 to 2

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"Not Flat" Chocolate Chip Cookies recipe: Each cookie is 3-4 bites of heaven. They puff up in the oven instead of melting down flat. Delicious! During Christmas and New Years I like to make a variety of small cookies. It's nice to sample a variety without consuming massive amounts. These cookies will be my new addition, although I'll probably make these year round.

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Mistake 3: There’s too much sugar or not enough flour. Sugar is solid at room temperature, but it liquefies when heated. If you’re heavy-handed when measuring, that extra sugar means extra liquid and more spread when the cookies bake up in the oven. Using too little flour could lead to flat cookies, too.

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Why Chocolate Chip Cookies Go Flat After Baking? It is common for cookies to turn out flat because butter that is too soft or melted is the bad guy. Spreading cookies is made easier by this. You should also be careful not to hold back when measuring flour – don’t let your hand go to the side. Adding an additional 1 to 2 tablespoons of flour

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If your butter is too soft and warm, your cookies may spread too much. In the same way, if your butter was too cold, your cookies may not spread enough. In my recipe for Thick Chocolate Chip Cookies I use cold butter because I don’t want my cookies to spread much as we are trying to make a thick and chunky cookie.

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How do you keep cookies from going flat?

How do you keep cookies from going flat in the oven? 9 Tips to Remember Use Real Butter and Keep It Cool. The low melting point of butter may be what makes your cookies flat. Use Shortening. Chill Dough Twice. Use Parchment Paper or a Silicone Liner. Measure Precisely. Use Fresh Baking Soda.

Why do my chocolate chip cookies go flat when baked?

Why Do My Chocolate Chip Cookies Go Flat When Baked?

  • Butter vs. Shortening. ...
  • The Type of Flour Matters. If you use a high-protein flour such as all-purpose or bread flour, your cookies will likely turn out flat.
  • Add Another Egg. An extra egg in the batter causes a cookie to puff, according to the book ​ Cookwise ​. ...
  • Sugar and Baking Powder. ...

How to stop cookies from going flat?

  • Keep your cookie dough cold
  • Don't use margarine
  • Keep the butter cold
  • Use shortening instead of butter
  • Use more baking powder
  • Use fresh baking powder
  • Add corn starch
  • Use more flour
  • Use less water
  • Heat your cookie sheet before placing the dough

How do you make chocolate chip cookies without chocolate chips?

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  • Preheat your oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit. ...
  • Mix the white granulated sugar and softened butter. ...
  • Add vanilla extract and combine with the mixture. ...
  • Sift all purpose flour into a mixing bowl. ...
  • Now it is time to combine both mixtures. ...
  • Pour in the chocolate chips and ensure that they are as evenly distributed as possible.

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