I found out recently that some of my neighbours think that my diet consists mostly of dessert. So much so that I’ve been told that one of my housing co-op neighbours was dumbfounded when a very healthy vegan meal I made was described to her. I guess between my Instagram feed and my fondness for bringing treats to meetings and gatherings, people may be thinking of staging an intervention. (In East Van, this would look like a gentle redirection in the food co-op toward the alternative flours and sweeteners.)
I suppose I should start posting my everyday eating a little more often, but I’m not starting today. I got a new oven this morning and what better way to test it than to bake up some chocolate chip cookies? One of this month’s Tuesdays with Dorie choices is her Newest Chocolate Chip Cookie, which I’ve been wanting to try ever since I vehemently disagreed with the judgement that put Dorie out of this year’s Piglet competition. Personally, I love adding chopped chocolate dust to cookies and I was especially intrigued by the hints of nutmeg and coriander in the cookie.
Of course, my timing isn’t perfect. These are the kind of chocolate chippers that benefit from a night’s rest. I gave the dough an hour in the fridge and popped in a test batch. My research so far tells me I have nothing to regret in having made that decision. I am curious to know if I’ll think they’re even better when I bake the rest of the cookies tomorrow, though. Right now I can tell you that they’re a little soft, a little chewy, a little crisp, and very delicious. For an even better description of these cookies, head over to Sarah Jampel’s Food52 article, which has links to this recipe and to Dorie’s Classic Best Chocolate Chip Cookies, too.
June’s Dorie’s Cookies goodness can be found here at Tuesdays with Dorie.
8 thoughts on “Dorie’s Cookies – My Newest Chocolate Chip Cookie”
They look delicious! Soft and chewy are our favourites ! I think my friends think I mostly eat desserts too ! 😊
Enjoyed your post. Thank you for the link of the Food52 article. I look forward to making these.
Your cookies look delicious! I’ll bet your neighbors are very appreciative of your treats.
My colleagues and neighbours think I only eat sweets as well 😉 These were GOOD!
Looking forward to trying these for the next bake. It did occur to me that the extra blueberries might well have affected the baking time. Times are just a guideline, after all.
Yum! Your cookies looks yummy! I am looking forward to make these, and would probably just rest the dough in the fridge for a few hours instead of overnight.
Congratulations on your new oven! 🙂
Oooh, lucky you to have a new oven. These cookies look terrific.
Your cookies turned out so great, Teresa! And I get the same comments re: dessert haha I guess it is a food blogger side effect 😉