The Absolute Best Chocolate Chunk Cookie Recipe Ever
These cookies ooze chocolately goodness when you break off a chunk.
These cookies are snatched off platters at parties, leaving only crumbs behind.
These cookies, piled high under a glass cake dome, don’t last a day in our house.
These cookies are …
The Absolute Best Chocolate Chunk Cookie Recipe Ever
Makes about 30 large cookies
* 1/2 lb (2 sticks) unsalted butter (at room temp)
* 1 cup light brown sugar, packed
* 1/2 cup sugar
* 2 teaspoons pure vanilla extract
* 2 eggs (at room temp)
* 2 cups all-purpose flour
* 1 teaspoon baking soda
* 1 teaspoon salt
* 1 1/4 lb semisweet chocolate chunks (not chips)!
– Preheat oven to 350
– Mix together butter, brown sugar and sugar with electric mixer on low until fluffy
– Add vanilla and eggs and mix on low until blended well
– Sift together flour, baking soda and salt then add to the butter mixture on low blending only until combined
– Fold in chocolate chunks
– Line baking sheets with parchment paper
– Use ice cream scoop to scoop up batter and drop onto baking sheets
– Slightly flatten dough with your hand
– Bake for 15 minutes (cookies will seem slightly underdone – don’t over bake or they will be crisp instead of soft and chewy)
– Remove from oven, let cool slightly on pan, then transfer to wire rack or plate to cool completely
– Dig into one while it’s still warm and smile with chocolate all over your teeth!
These cookies scream out for a glass of ice cold milk.
These cookies are a cinch to make (or I wouldn’t make them).
These cookies are all gone – time to bake another batch.
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Cookies look wonderful. Is that Baker’s Chocolate you used for the chunks?
Those cookies look great. We need to take some cookies to a drop in this week. Why not take the best chocolate chunk cookies ever. The milk is the perfect beverage to wash em down.
The cookies look yummy! I’ll definitely try these. And I do have to say.. I have finally found a great idea for all the little creamer bottles I’ve been saving. What a cute idea to serve milk in them. They’re just the right size.
Have a wonderful day!
Just may have to make these. The grands will be coming next weekend so I better start baking.
Yummy … these cookies wouldn’t last long at our house either. Thank you for sharing the recipe.
They look absolutely delicious – I was wondering how much in grams 2 sticks of butter is as this looks like something we will make here in England with everyone home.
Dee at the Carlton
Hi Dee – 2 sticks of butter is 226 grams. Let me know how you like them!
These look so much better than the pull-apart ones from the grocery store. I can’t wait to try them!
Yum! These look like the ones I used to make in high school! I’ll definitely try them… but how much is 3 sticks of butter?
1 stick = 1/2 cup
2 sticks=1 cup
3 sticks=1 1/2 cups
They look delicious! And, I’m pretty sure I just gained 5 lbs. looking at them! Thanks for sharing such a great recipe … am definitely jotting this one down!
Oh my goodness! Yum! They look absolutely delicious!
I have tried several chocolate chip cookie recipes over the years…this by far is the best…
You had me at chocolate chunk….looks delish! I’m sharing another chocolate favorite over at my place~hope you’ll stop in for a visit! Angie @ Swede Dreams
These look evil. I am going to pass this on to Cassidy. She is my 24 hour on-call baker 🙂 I love to bake, but I love it even more when she does the baking for me 🙂 Thanks for sharing this. I will blame my 5 lb holiday weight gain on you.
I think we will make these tomorrow – they look insanely good! Thanks for sharing!
Have to lower temperature to 340 degrees or so because they come out too dark otherwise. very good taste.
Is there a difference if using salted butter? I don’t have unsealed on hand…
I don’t think it will make a huge difference if you use salted butter Keighley – the taste may vary slightly but they will be just fine!
Lovely work, Kelly! Would you be happy to link it in to the current Food on Friday which is collecting snacks and treats? This is the link . I do hope to see you there. There are already quite a lot of links for you to check out. Cheers
I made these because they looked absolutely amazing but mine spread out so much they looked weird with big chunks protruding from a thin cookie. How did you get it to stay thick?
Hi there- followed this recipe exactly as it was written and they turned out super thin. the outsides of the cookies browned quickly and the middles took forever to cook- they look nothing like the picture. The dough was delicious though:)
Hi Ally! My cookies aren’t the thickest either. I wonder if you made them larger than mine and that’s why they took so long to bake? Thanks for letting me know – and I always love eating the dough best!
These cookies look great but mine didn’t come out looking anything like this. I did everything you said and even put them in for 12 minutes knowing our oven cooks a little hot but they still burned badly. Made smaller cookies but struggled to get them to cook right. Very frustrated with this recipe because choc chip are so easy to make! There’s something wrong with this recipe.
Sorry it didn’t work out for you Donna! We make this recipe all the time and have never had an issue.