- 3/4 cup butter (softened to room temperature)
- 1 cup brown sugar
- 1/2 cup white sugar
- 1 egg (+ 1 egg yolk)
- 1 tablespoon vanilla extract
- 1 teaspoon instant espresso powder
- 1 teaspoon baking soda
- 2 teaspoons cornstarch
- 1/2 teaspoon salt
- 2 cups all purpose flour
- 3/4 cup semi sweet chocolate chips (splurge for the good stuff - I like Guittard)
- 1/2 cup dark chocolate chips
|Calories360Calories from Fat160|
|% DAILY VALUE|
|Calories from Fat160|
|% 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.
Kaila 5 days ago
I didn't use the expresso powder because I am currently 8 months pregnant but other than that it was suppppper delicious and moist :)
Kayla Skye 11 days ago
I followed the instructions to a T, and they still only turned out okay. The sad thing is, I’m really not picky about cookies, I’ll eat any kind. They’re my favorite dessert, and this recipe promised the best tasting chocolate chip cookies I’ve ever had. Therein lies the problem, the outcome didn’t live up to the wild claims. They were too dry, and I could tell that immediately by the texture of the dough. Nothing about the flavor stood out to me as different or even especially delicious. It’s easy to eat only one, I’m just being honest.
Dugan 2 months ago
Perfect! So yummy! The espresso powder makes it!
T T. 2 months ago
Good recipe, not necessarily the best in my opinion.
Nicola 2 months ago
Not that impressed! Even though chilled for one day ,as suggested they spread a-lot resulting in a thin crisp cookie on outside a little more chewy in the middle but far too sugary!!
Kyle Santos 5 months ago
Loved it! The instant espresso is a nice touch! My family ate these up quick!
Katie 5 months ago
Perfect chocolate chip cookie! We just added a little more chips ;)
Rhonda 6 months ago
Very good cookie, soft & chewy. Didn’t flatten all out like most chocolate chip cookies that are made with all butter.
Jason P. 6 months ago
These cookies are amazing I followed the receipt exactly but I did use gluten free flower
Amarillo Arraiz 7 months ago
Amazing. The only thing is that it was a bit under done in the middle. I loved the balance of flavors
Allen Dewhirst D. 7 months ago
Excellent - will make them again.
Tara 8 months ago
They were very soft and delicious! Definitely making them again.
April Groman 8 months ago
I so badly wanted to like these but I really didn’t, they don’t have a good sweetness to them. They are too buttery, and just not very flavorful.
Essence Kimble 9 months ago
Soooooo chocolatey! Friends and family say this is the best cookie I’ve made yet
Ryan Raborg 9 months ago
Best cookies I’ve ever made
YumChef 9 months ago
I found the cookies to flattened after removing from the oven. They looked nothing like the picture. I also thought they left my hand greasy when I tasted them. I also found it odd that the recipe called for cornstarch.
Debby H. 9 months ago
Turned out terrible!! I knew it didn’t feel right when I was putting two teaspoons of corn starch in the batter. I pride myself on making amazing cookies. Chilled three batches of dough for a party and thank goodness I decided to bake them first thing because now I have to make something else. Ugh!
Madeleine Rink 9 months ago
Amazing!!!! I made some with out nuts and some with nuts. They are both delicious!
Robin 9 months ago
Delicious! Definitely HAVE to chill the dough for a long time for best results. Mine were a little thin, so I’m going to try less butter and a touch more flour next time.
Jennie Iredale 9 months ago
WOW...never made cookies before as always thought they were complicated. Not at all and this recipe is divine!! I will be sharing these with my girlfriends after Zumba tomorrow??? That’s is we have t eaten then all before lol....no good for the waistline tho?? :)..
Hi 10 months ago
These turned out nice. My nephew said they were “super good” and asked to take all of these home
Kelly M. 10 months ago
Great my family loved them
Tonia T. a year ago
Seriously the best chocolate chip cookie recipe I've tried. Big, chewy, and soft... just how I like!
Lacey Rolek a year ago
Delicious! My family called them crack cookies.
Gilbert a year ago
Fantastic! I left out the espresso powder and only used one type of chocolate chip. And one time I used bread flour because that's all I had. Every time I make these they are delicious and get rave reviews from friends and family.
Christopher S. B. a year ago
These cookies were great. Did not need to refrigerate. The corn starch was a nice touch and adds some texture to the cookie. Next time I’ll try one tsp to see if that works too.
Amanda S. a year ago
Best cookies ever. learned the importance of chilled dough for chewie centers yum.!
Debra Ak a year ago
Really good! Used chocolate chunks instead of chips but still amazing
Tania Son-Vaca a year ago
Excellent! Used peanut butter chips and dark chocolate because it’s what I had. Checked this morning and the cookies still seem to be soft and chewy! This looks like my go to recipe from now on! 😁
Chris B. 2 years ago
Amazballs. This recipe rocks. Definitely try it and never go back to any other.