Sally’s Chocolate Chip Cookies


I’ve been looking back to my roots…To cookies, that is. My all-time favorite Soft & Chewy Chocolate Chip Cookie recipe is by far my most famous dessert. Regardless of my 5-layer cakes or fancy pastries, my cookies take the blue ribbon as the “fan-favorite”. So, when I found this YouTube video (below) about the science behind cookies, I was intrigued to investigate my ultimate cookie recipe, courtesy of the fabulous Martha Stewart. Of course, my traditional chocolate chip cookies hold a special place in my heart, but they might have to make room for this new recipe in town! Sally’s Chocolate Chip Cookies are sweet, soft, delicious, and thicker, too. The secret, Sally claims, is a touch of cornstarch, which adds height and tenderness to the cookies (and remind me of my Coconut Chocolate Chip Cookies). Undeniably delicious, this recipe is truly outstanding and motivates me to search within the cookie kingdom; perhaps I’ll start a quest testing recipes for the perfect chocolate chip cookie. Stay tuned…and enjoy!!

Recipe: Sallys Baking Addiction Cookies


7 thoughts on “Sally’s Chocolate Chip Cookies

  1. I agree, Sally’s thick, soft cookies are yummy! Our favorite chocolate chip cookie recipe also uses a tiny bit of corn starch for chew (I think it may be where Sally got the idea). The recipe is kind of famous and you may already have tried it. If not, I urge you to try these because they are great!
    They are known as The New York Times Chocolate Chip Cookie by Jaques Torres. Once we tried them…it was love. :)

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