Monday, July 31, 2006

Sour Cream Chocolate Chip Cookies

I made these cookies for a get together last week with sour cream leftover from an earlier batch of cookies. They're a take on regular chocolate chip cookies with the addition of raisins and walnuts. I opted to leave out the raisins since the no one likes them but I would have liked to leave them in because I think the chewiness would have added another texture dimension that would have complemented the smooth chocolate and crunchy nuts.

These cookies are quite tasty and you get a really nice cookie dough that holds it shape in a scooper. I found that if you flatten them a bit before baking they are more circular but if you leave it as a mound, it stays that way. Either way is fine, it just depends on your preferences. The cookies brown nicely and are a little cakey but not dry. They were all gone by the end of the night so I guess everyone liked them as well. They really are a great Canadian cookie.

Recipe: Sour Cream Chocolate Chip Cookies


Jenny said...

Looking forward to the picture.
I've been having the same problem getting pictures uploaded all day today, so it is nice to know it isn't just me!

jasmine said...

I love how the pale batter contrasts against the goodies inside.

I think I have a sugar cookie recipe that uses sour cream...I keep meaning to see how things would work if I used buttermilk instead..


Elbereth said...

Georgeus, it's look soft and yummi...i'll try make it..

HoneyD said...

These cookies would make a great care package... hint, hint :-D

Canadian Baker said...

Quellia - You're not alone out there in Bloggerland. :)

Jasmine - Sour cream in cookies is wonderful!

Elbereth - Thank you! Give them a try. :)

HoneyD - Hmmm i get it... just wait 16 days and see what arrives!