- 1 1/2 cups butter (or margarine, softened)
- 1 1/4 cups granulated sugar
- 1 1/4 cups brown sugar (packed)
- 1 tablespoon vanilla
- 2 eggs
- 4 cups Gold Medal All-Purpose Flour
- 2 teaspoons baking soda
- 1/2 teaspoon salt
- 24 ounces semisweet chocolate chips (4 cups)
PER SERVING *
|Calories2340Calories from Fat1120|
|% DAILY VALUE*|
|Calories from Fat1120|
|% DAILY VALUE*|
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
Holly 3 days ago
This recipe turned out amazing and tasted really good. Definitely using it again.
Cabrera 4 days ago
Turned out perfect the first time I made them
Perminder Bhatia 5 days ago
Awesome. My kids loved it. But, sweetness level for us is more. I will add less sugar next time.
David Brands 13 days ago
These cookies were great! Skipped the salt and just used salted butter instead. They were perfect. Convection oven time for me was ideal at 13 min.
Lyric 16 days ago
They turned out okay but I could taste a little bit of salt because I didn’t mix it in with wet ingredients. The salt was mixed in when I put the flour in so it wasn’t throughly mixed
Ashley De leon 26 days ago
I left them in for a 2 minutes longer and I’m guessing that’s why they turned out a little bit hard
Nicole H. 27 days ago
These turned out well! They were perfect. Not too soft, not too crispy. They tasted good. This recipe yields a lot of cookies.
Ashley Baldwin 30 days ago
Delicious! Makes A LOT.
Leslie B. 10 Oct
easy recipe, delicious cookies, i used semi sweet and milk chocolate chips
Marcy Shinrock 9 Oct
These turned out perfect and are amazing! I don’t usually make cookies because they never taste as good as they should,but these were perfect!
Chef West 30 Sep
Turned out great. Delicious!
Robyn 29 Sep
A hit at the party I attended
Mccarthy 8 Sep
Best cookies ever... make them all the time now.
MarcusHurt 30 May
The cookies turned out perfectly!! The only suggestion I would make to the recipe os to increase the baking time from 13 minutes to 15-16 minutes.
Elizabeth Comninellis 14 May
Very good recipe! Easy to follow and not too many ingredients. I subbed 1/2 cup of plain yogurt for some of the butter because I didn’t have enough. I also chilled the batter for a couple of hours because I thought they would be easier to scoop if they were cold. I also like that this recipe makes a big batch. I cooked 1/3 of the batter and froze the rest for later use.
Fernanda Laudares 23 Apr
it tasted delicious.
Livia Perez 21 Apr
These cookies were excellent. I'm a terrible baker, but these were easy! I've made two batches. My family loves them. I did cut down the chocolate chips by a cup. 4 cups seemed like a lot.
Ribka Welsh 17 Apr
Yummy! The recipe turned out great! I reduced the amount of granulated sugar and brown sugar to 1 cup each.
Jehidy Moya 15 Apr
We did not have baking powder but they still came out good they are so delicious and easy to make
Runner 15 Apr
Best cookies ever!!! I won't be using another recipe again!
Jenny 11 Apr
Best Chocokate chip cookie recipe yet. I did very large cookies, 4.5" diameter, and they turned out perfect! However, make sure not to overbake though.
Renee Gracie 8 Apr
Our favorite cookies!
Andrea M. 6 Apr
I followed the recipe as is and it was delicious!
Jacqueline B. 24 Mar
turned out great. didnt change a thing. grandaughters love them.
Sylvie Arseneault 22 Mar
great recipe, has a large turnout and tastes great, its a favorite in my household
Acevedo 21 Mar
perfect recipe..u used caramel bits and white chocolate milk chocolate and semi-sweet chocolate instead of regular chocolate chip cookies and I bake them for 11 minutes
Renee 19 Mar
Yummy I’ve never had such good cookies
Christiana Louks 19 Mar
Perfect chocolate chip cookies!
Karen H. 17 Mar
Yes, these are the best. Its the only chocolate chip cookies I will make. Definitely have to use real butter to get the best results. I think using a cookie stone even makes them better. In my recipes I have it marked as the best.
Terry A. 16 Mar
delicious and easy...