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Chocolate Chip Cookies

Looking for chocolate chip cookies? Find great tasting dessert recipes like chocolate chip cookies including oatmeal cookies, white chocolate chip cookies, and more chocolate chip cookie recipes.

White Chip Cookies

White Chip Cookies

White Chip Cookies

This quick recipe is perfect when you want to bake a small batch of cookies.

Vanilla Chip Cherry Cookies

Vanilla Chip Cherry Cookies

Vanilla Chip Cherry Cookies

Chopped maraschino cherries and vanilla chips make a great color and flavor combination in these sweet treats priced at just 20 cents each. "They're a nice change from chocolate chip cookies," writes Margaret Wilson of Hemet, California.

Cocoa Chip Cookies

Cocoa Chip Cookies

Cocoa Chip Cookies

Our Test Kitchen staff whipped up these soft airy cookies using a double dose of chocolate flavor from baking cooca and semisweet chips. The lower-in-sugar treats are sure to please the chocoholic in your family!
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Chippy Chocolate Cookies

Chippy Chocolate Cookies

Chippy Chocolate Cookies

"I make these anytime I have to take cookies to a potluck supper or other event," writes Elaine Fortner of Princeton, Indiana. "We have plenty to take along...plus enough to fill the cookie jar, too. They're also good using white cake mix, but chocolate is my favorite."

Out-on-the-Range Cookies

Out-on-the-Range Cookies

Out-on-the-Range Cookies

Who wouldn't like a treat that combines the best of chocolate chip, oatmeal and peanut butter cookies--all in one? That's just what you get in Out-on-the-Range Cookies from Sharon Weaver of Orlando, Florida. "I bake these cookies for our two nephews when they make their annual trip to visit us," she explains. "They love them. The problem is that the recipe has far too much fat and sugar in it, so we only make it for this one visit--never just for us. I would love a makeover version of this recipe."

Makeover Out-on-the-Range Cookies

Makeover Out-on-the-Range Cookies

Makeover Out-on-the-Range Cookies

To reduce the fat, they replaced the shortening with about half the amount of butter, substituted two egg whites for one of the eggs and used only half the peanut butter, substituting the reduced-fat variety. They also cut the amount of chocolate chips in half and switched to miniature chips so they would be better distributed in the dough. They cut back on the amount of sugar in the original recipe, too. And finally, they added a bit of cornstarch to keep the cookie's melt-in-your-mouth texture.

Oaty Peanut Butter Cookies

Oaty Peanut Butter Cookies

Oaty Peanut Butter Cookies

"I call these ’What I Had On Hand’ cookies because I created them with whatever ingredients were in my kitchen at the time," says Sherry Craw of Mattoon, Illinois. Peanut butter, oats, toffee bits and chocolate chips will make frequent requests in your home.

Chocolate Toffee Cookies

Chocolate Toffee Cookies

Chocolate Toffee Cookies

With one bite of these rich and gooey cookies, friends and family will be surprised to learn that they started from a boxed cookie mix. Patricia Van Wyk of Newton, Iowa created these crisp and crunchy cookies with a chewy interior. TIP: Dip them into hot coffee or tea for an after-lunch pick-me-up.

Vanilla Chip Maple Cookies

Vanilla Chip Maple Cookies

Vanilla Chip Maple Cookies

Since my husband farms, I try to have simple meals and snacks available, as I never know when he and his father will come in from the fields. These cookies have a distinct maple flavor and stay moist and soft, although they're never in my cookie jar for long! —Debra Hogenson Brewster, Minnesota

Chips Galore Cookies

Chips Galore Cookies

Chips Galore Cookies

Shauna Stephens of San Diego, California knows how to make a cookie lover's dream come true! Chock-full of pecans, walnuts and three types of chips, these crisp treats will be such a hit with your family, they might not make it to the bake sale.

Double Chocolate Cookies

Double Chocolate Cookies

Double Chocolate Cookies

When I make these yummy treats with my young grandson, Ben, I use an extra-big mixing bowl to prevent the flour and other ingredients from flying all over. He seems to enjoy making the cookies almost as much as eating them!—Chantal Cornwall, Prince Rupert, British Columbia
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