I will try making them again, only I think I will add maybe 2 Tbsp more butter or 2 Tbsp less flour. Combine flour, baking soda and salt in small bowl. I am a serious CRUNCHY cookie fan. Just warm the squares slightly in the microwave before adding, 30 sec at a time. But it was my sister in law that 'perfected' it in my opinion. This also greatly effects the shape, size and consistency of the finished product (I would actually argue it has almost as great an impact as the flour.) I saw above that a few other people have caught on to these variations with great success as well. If you undercook the cookies they stay very soft. Years ago the cookies were delicious and we could not stop eating them. Add eggs, one at a time, beating well after each addition. Add in half the flour, along with all the baking soda and salt. On March 13, 2008 at 09:23 AM, GaryProtein said... What is vanilla essence? You have to fight with the butter - (firm). They are perfectly soft and puffy every time. Your email address will not be published. You can't fix Perfection! 1 1/4 cups white whole-wheat flour. Culinary website archive already contains 1 128 377 recipes and it is still growing. On September 04, 2020 at 11:52 AM, guest chef (guest) said... a thing that also would have made a difference besides volume of flour is this: cookie dough should be chilled before baking. Nestle Chocolate Chip Cookies are nothing fancy and that’s part of their appeal. I double checked the recipe to see if I’d accidentally read temp of 375 wrong, but clearly I didn’t. On October 20, 2007 at 07:18 PM, GaryProtein said... A tip: An easy way to soften butter quickly and evenly is to unwrap the whole stick, cut into slices and stick them around the sides your mixing bowl. The darker cookies were either cooked longer or the oven has hot spots. I’ve also found that many times the chocolate chips sink to the bottom of the cookie. No more searching. But I don't want thin. To get here, you can leave it out on the counter while you preheat your oven (or about 20 minutes) You can also microwave it for 5-10 seconds. I used to work for W. Richard Stevens. they will look un-done in the middle and just turning brown at the edges when you extract them from the oven, but will finish perfectly during the 10 minutes after. When they come out of the oven, I then put the pan on a rack in the freezer to cool for another twenty. On November 24, 2011 at 11:25 AM, ctVolFan (guest) said... Just made a batch last night for the first time in a while. Thermoworks Thermapen and Oven Thermometer 2012 Giveaway! Again..it does depend on what you are using it for. I use the large bag of Nestle Chips and double everything except the shortening (I use butter) and only use the one bag of chips. and each square you cut is equal to 2-3 cookies. If possible, cover and chill the dough for at least one hour, but not more than 24 hours. I use a scale out of habit for many many things - not limited to baking - proportions of rice and water for example. The classic Nestle Toll House Cookie Recipe that so many of us grew up with. I am thankful for the sharing of grandmother's cookies and will use it again. On January 12, 2013 at 03:43 PM, guest (guest) said... My usual approach to high altitude baking is to just turn the baking temperature down 25 degrees and do everything else the same. However, if I bake the same dough balls in a cake pan with high(er) sides, the cookies barely spread! I find simply substituting shortening for half the butter makes the cookies perfect! In the interest of science and given the range of protein contents even in all-purpose flours, what brand of flour did you use? . If you're like me, it's sometimes hard to find unsalted butter living out in the middle of nowhere, and/or the price is double from less expensive brands of salted butter. I would like to substitute wheat flour for the white flour, but am not sure if I am to use the same quantity. Using Extra Large or Jumbo can throw off your ingredient ratio completely and you can end up with pancakes. BTW, I'm in Australia, I only see white sugar, caster sugar, icing sugar, raw sugar and brown sugar in supermarket shelves. This happened over so many years it became a family joke. Chrissy's mother had always bought cheap medium eggs. I’m excited to share with you MY version of the world’s most famous chocolate chip cookie recipe! This is for the people who aren’t satisfied with that. My sister has tried it and other people in my family, but with no success. I took some to work to a meeting and the first three people that arrived at the meeting tried them and wanted to hide the remainder from the rest of the folks who would be coming to the meeting. some times over night, mostly to make rolling the stuff in my palms much easier, Spoon?, scoop? LOVE this improved version! How fun! Using a heat proof spatula or wooden spoon, stir frequently and do not walk away from it. I prefer much less (1/4 to 1/2 recipe) choc. It's possible they changed the recipe on the bag? What if I’m using a stand mixer? Doesn't altitude play a role in the outcome? This could be an urban (or rural) legend but it sounds plausible to me. A friend made me a batch for Christmas and. Problem is my daughter is allergic to eggs. My mom and several neighbors pooled ingredients bought with ration coupons, and the cookies were distributed among the contributing families. When I tried the tollhouse recipe without the mixer, no one wanted to eat them. On September 05, 2006 at 03:30 AM, LAN3 said... Mmm, I love to use half brown sugar, half white in the cookies I make, especially oatmeal scotchies. Will the end product/taste be the same? Thanks for sharing! He did a show describing the three kinds. This is the site to read! How can I come up with these poor excuses for cookies, while others follow the same recipe with such great results??? Add eggs one at a time, mixing after each addition. Does salted vs. unsalted butter really make that big of a difference? Thanks for the great recipe Christi! I also used my new mixer. The original recipe, exactly as it was written by its originator, Ruth Wakefield, is copied below. Curry and coconut both work quite well with chocolate on their own, as they are both strong enough flavors to stand up to and compliment the richness of chocolate. I *SWEAR* I remember that version from baking cookies with my mom as a kid using a Nestle package panel that she had cut out and taped into her recipe scrapbook. I *SWEAR* I remember that version from baking cookies with my mom as a kid using a Nestle package panel that she had cut out and taped into her recipe scrapbook. it makes the best cookie dough ever! I have been baking for about 35 years now and find chocolate chip cookies to be pretty flexible and forgiving of ingredients and inexact measurements. Not AT ALL like the ones I made years ago. Even though they weren't pretty, they always tasted awesome. Ingredients. This moisture will, as exposure to humidity continues, throw the measurement by mass off more and more. For 45 years, they were flat as a pancake, a little difficult to get off the pan but delicious. Top Recipes; Newest; Tollhouse Chocolate Chip Cookie Recipes. I made these cookies and froze most of them. If possible, am i supposed to use 5 mL of vanilla essence in place of vanilla extract? I’ve probably made these at least 10 times since I first came across the recipe a while back. In a large mixing bowl, with an electric mixer beat together butter, sugars and vanilla until well combined. The closest I've found are cookies that are "thin and crispy". I've been making my version of these cookies for nearly 30 years now, and have a few preferences I thought I'd share. I substitute "SUPER CRUNCHIE" peanut butter for 1/2 of the butter, adding it AFTER the butter and sugar are already well blended. On December 22, 2008 at 09:52 AM, Cheryl (guest) said... Modern cookie recipes on the backs of packages are for soft, overly sugared cookies. I have tried so many chocolate chip cookie recipes, and this one is still ALWAYS my favorite. I am famous for my CC cookies, and people are always shocked to hear that I use the Tollhouse recipe. I followed the directions explicitly and I even tried to manipulate the time the cookies actually baked they came out either overdone or under done. Should I lower temp next time or reduce time? Thermoworks DOT Thanksgiving 2014 Giveaway! A few simple ingredients are needed: flour, salt, shortening, water. I miss this and he choose not to share this with me, I was woundering if any one had any ideas as to what I could do to recreate this. Morsels and Baking Ingredients. More flour, OK -- how much more? I think my oven must run hot I went. if you could give me tips on how to make these cookies that would be great. Temperature: Butter should be room temperature. I don't use a mixer for any of this. I have not bee brave enough to try this yet. 2 cups plus 2 tbsp all-purpose flour; 1 1/2 tsp baking soda; 1 tsp salt; 1/2 cup butter, softened salted or unsalted is fine; 1/2 cup granulated sugar; 1 cup dark brown sugar packed; 1 tsp vanilla extract; 2 large eggs; 2 cups Nestle Semi Sweet Chocolate Chips other chips can be used; Steps. ... and my brother expects them as care packages at college. You are never fully satisfied with the results you get when you follow the traditional Toll House recipe. Nothing else I bake is different. Butter flavor remains, but cookies are chewier and not flat or crispy. I like to use half milk/half semi-sweet, but then again, I like things super-sweet, and a lot of folks might find that too sweet. I have searched the net for it...nothing, but I did find this place. On June 06, 2017 at 01:19 AM, Michael Chu said... Are you using the recipe on the bag or the same recipe that you've been using for the last forty years? This recipe uses slightly more flour than the original in comparison to the amount of butter in the recipe. I say don't mess with success with my great grandmother's recipes, so I haven't played around with it. One pass in the oven for about 25 min (until golden brown on top- is that vague enough for this site?) I'd really like to know how to make the thin chewy looking cookies from your first picture. I am wondering if anyone remembers from the 60's a no bake chocolate chip cookie that was on the toll house package. I usually double my recipe (I use the butter/shortening recipe) and spread it out on a large baking sheet (12 x 18), freeze until firm, then cut into cubes. HELP! Neiman Marcus Cookies come with a fun backstory and a well-deserved reputation. This does help in portion control, and I am soon going to calculate the price: but I estimate that the price will come out to be for the price of one package, it might be possible to make 5 recipes. Everyone I’ve shared them with agrees. I have not tried blending the soda with hot water in other recipes. Decades later, I stumbled on the answer while cooking something else--I had always ended up with cake-like cookies because I bought xlarge eggs. I'll definitely try Grandma's trick next time I do Tollhouse cookies, though! The cookie has a good texture and thickness probably because of more flour and baking powder but not that crispy buttery edge and outside. For best results, pop the dough in the fridge overnight or at least for an hour or two, to firm … Yes, dough chilling can take time and planning. The trick to the texture of the cookie is in how long you bake it. On August 31, 2006 at 04:27 PM, samispa (guest) said... One thing I've noticed with chocolate chip cookie recipes is that sometimes it doesn't specify the size of egg. This is a taste test/review of the Nestle Toll House Cookie of the Year Salted Caramel Cookie. When ready to bake, preheat oven to 375 degrees F. Scoop dough into rounded tablespoons and place onto an ungreased baking sheet, leaving approximately 2 inches of space between cookies. The cookies tasted great but they just weren't the right consistency. I went so far as to try to pry the answer from Nestle, but they gave me a very noncommital reply about how anyone can make the cookies any way they like, completely ignoring my request for a factual reply. I do add extra vanilla to mine, and I also add some sour cream (this usually means more flour too). As a child, I always packed my flour to measure it for cookies, just like I packed my brown sugar. I, too, recall distinctly that my mother used Crisco (and she used the recipe from the Nestle chip bag) and her cookies looked nothing like the cookies on the Nestle site. chilling the dough allows two things: the flour hydrates and absorbs the liquids more completely and the fat, especially butter, re-solidifies and takes that little bit longer to liquify in the oven. You might want to add an additional pinch of salt to the recipe if you are use to making the cookies with salted butter. I like tiny, crunchy, Famous-Amos type chocolate chip cookies. This is it. I usually reduce 1/4 t. salt per stick (1/4-pound, 8 T) of salted butter. (if you intend to eat the dough raw, leave out the eggs, and add 1-2 tablespoons of liquid, either water, veggie oil, or milk). It's delicious. Perfect. I believe this made the cookie more fudgy, whether crisp or soft. So simple and so easy to make. Tollhouse Chocolate Chip Cookie With Salted Butter Recipe. On February 05, 2007 at 10:54 AM, an anonymous reader said... Is there a healthy way to make chocolate chip cookies with wheat flour and applesauce? What am I doing wrong??? The butter will bubble and boil. On April 06, 2007 at 08:34 PM, jtisdale said... On April 26, 2007 at 09:13 PM, Desperately Seeking Answe (guest) said... On April 27, 2007 at 10:57 AM, GaryProtein said... As Alton Brown would ask, are you looking for a hard and crunchy, soft and chewy or cakey type of cookie? Back to the subject of butter. They’re pretty good, but turned out a bit more golden then we like. 9 recipes to browse. 1/2 cup unsalted butter, melted and cooled. If you having cookies come out over or under done, that’s pretty indicative of a temperature issue. This will be my go to chocolate chip cookie recipe. But if your daughter can't handle any, you can just leave the egg out. :). Now that Kelloggs/Keebler has completely ruined Famous Amos cookies, can anyone clarify for me just what one needs to do to achieve the crunchiness that once distinguished those cookies? I baked up some chocolate chocolate-chip cookies the other day, and, looking at the Toll House recipe, I can see that they're nearly identical. After sampling her chocolate chip cookies (ok, ok, gorging to my embarrassment) I asked her for the recipe, and was surprised when she snickered and said I could get the same recipe on the back of any Nestle's choc chip bag. Required fields are marked *. On August 14, 2007 at 10:15 PM, GaryProtein said... On August 16, 2007 at 02:14 PM, embo500 (guest) said... One thing of note: When I make these, as the oven is preheating and you're mixing your ingredients, I like to put the pan into the oven so it is preheated as well. This is, without question, the BEST blurb on making chocolate cookies EVER! I do that frequently when not using egg. I have found that not only does the toll-house recipe make the best cookies ever! If you’re an oatmeal fan like I am, don’t miss my Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookies! The cookie does not flatten as much as when using butter or a butter/Crisco mix. Also both fully and lesser baked cookies are very moist. Add in eggs one by one. When it comes to baking and coking, do you know the difference between salted and unsalted butter? Remove from oven and allow to cool on baking sheets, on wire cooling racks, for two minutes. At one point I had an oven that would fluctuate, over 100 degrees in either direction. As a fan of hard, crunchy cookies, I am in the minority. I've been making Toll House cookies, by the recipe, for almost 50 years. I'm wondering what is the difference between the results of unsalted and salted butter in the cookies? Thx for your suggestions. You will absolutely fall in love with them! Searching the net, it's unbelievable that I can't find a recipe that states it produces such cookies! I do have a gas oven so I tweaked the temp about 10 degrees less and cook time a bit longer. You may have to add a little less flour, depending on your flour, and I would press the cookies flat, either with your fingers or the bottom of a glass dipped in flour. The texture is excellent with the addition of 2 tsp of water or milk. Still they came out very "cakish". If you’ve been making the Toll House Cookie recipe for years, I can’t wait for you to try my “new and improved” adaptation and let me know what you think! If you have a Kitchen Aid, the following should help you out: On October 03, 2009 at 03:12 PM, cookie madness (guest) said... Hello on this fine cooktober saturday: Best advise I've read so far, from the folks at the test kitchen["Cooks" mag.] He always make the comment, what ever happened to the flat ooey gooey cookies you used to make. Whether it's a tried-and-true 1940s BH&G cookie recipe or a unique twist on sugar cookies, our Test Kitchen's compiled a lot of favorite cookie recipes over the years. Only difference I used Lurpak Danish Butter, from the supermarket, which I believe is specially made for baking. When I made the cookies as an adult, years later, I packed the flour again and got a different result (flat, greasy cookies). This makes a more dense cookie and a lot of them! But by the next day they will be hard and crispy. They just dont look like they used to. I was wondering have the ingredients (specifically the butter vs shortening) changed in the last 10 years. Will give the cookies turn out more cake-like and BECOME DRY quickly the.! 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