Chocolate chip cookies are one of those staples that every bake should know how to make. When you think of chocolate chip cookies, you probably envision the type of cookie that comes out when you make the recipe from the back of a bag of chocolate chips: a buttery, chewy with a crispy edge and plenty of chocolate. It is definitely the recipe for a good chocolate chip cookie, but it’s not the only way to make one. In Chocolate Chip Cookies: Dozens of Recipes for Reinterpreted Favorites, cookie-lovers will find dozens of different twists on classic chocolate chip cookies that will ensure that you never get bored with this classic cookie concept.
The chapters of the book divide the cookies up by type, starting with the classics and moving into savory-sweet recipes and shaped cookies that dress up the chocolate chip concept a bit more than usual. The chapter on the classics – which is a good place to start your chocolate chip cookie baking – features recipes for crispy, soft, chewy and triple chocolate cookies, covering the most commonly found types of chocolate chip cookies. In other chapters, you’ll find Coconut Sesame, German Chocolate and Maple Bacon chocolate chip options. All the recipes are clearly written and easy to follow, which not only gives you confidence as you bake your way through them, but gives you confidence that you can put your own flavor twists into the recipes when you get inspired by new ideas.
All of the recipes are illustrated with beautiful photos that are accented with cute cookie and chocolate chip illustrations. The photos give you an idea of what your finished cookies will look like when they’re done, while the quirky illustrations will just put a smile on your face as you flip through the pages of the book. It’s a really fun book to add to your collection and the type that is going to get a lot of use if you bake cookies on any kind of a regular basis!