I know that I've mentioned these cookies in another post but I think they warrant further comment. I had some small visitors over today so, in their honour, I decided to make cookies for their visit. They were not so enthused when I mentioned them but when the cookies came out of the oven they enjoyed them.
These cookies came from the back of a Chipits milk chocolate chips package. It can also be found on their website under the name Chipits Chewy Milk Chocolate Cookies. One major methodical difference between these cookies and the traditional creaming of butter and sugar is that the butter is melted. This results in the cookies tasting like smooth buttery caramel. My friend Elizabeth said that she could really taste the cookie dough...it was flavourful and rich. They did not turn out too flat, nor were they too rounded. I baked them for 9 minutes and they came out crispy on the edges and chewy on the inside. The recipe was easy to make, kid friendly and fabulously tasty. A definite keeper.