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Chocolate Chip Refrigerator Cookies Recipe Demonstration – Joyofbaking.com

Chocolate Chip Refrigerator Cookies Recipe Demonstration – Joyofbaking.com



Recipe here: http://www.joyofbaking.com/cookierecipes/ChocolateChipRefrigeratorCookies.html Stephanie Jaworski of Joyofbaking.com demonstrates how to make Chocolate Chip Refrigerator Cookies. Slice and bake cookies are good to have on hand. I love that you can slice and bake just the amount of cookies you want at that moment. Because I think Chocolate Chip Cookies are at their best warm from the oven. That is when the edges of the cookies are wonderful crisp, yet the centers are nice and soft.

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38 Comments on this Post

  1. Sonika Singha

    I really like and admire the way you teach to bake.Could you come up with a chocolate chip cookie recipe that needs oil instead of butter…..something on the healthier side to have it as a regular snack 🙂

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  2. Seek Truth

    Why powdered sugar? How does it change the texture and/or taste?

    Thanks💙🍪💙🍪💙🍪💙

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  3. Cynthia Jackson

    Stephen why do you recommend
    omittingalt when using salted butter. What's the difference? Is it for health reasons or just for the recipe

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  4. Saied Ahmed

    I love how she gives the ingredients in different measurements like cups, grams, ml, ounces etc

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  5. Wade Pittman

    I can I MAKE CHOCOLATE chip without all the sugar? Thanks

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  6. Trang Hoang

    Easily some of the best cookies I've made. I replaced a portion of the all-purpose flour with whole-wheat flour, and 1/4 cup of butter with coconut oil. Then, I put the finished dough into the fridge. After doing so, I panicked. The dough was a little wet (oil), and it scared me to death thinking that they would spread. However, all of my doubts were gone after they came out of the oven. They were absolutely SCRUMPTIOUS!!!! Thank you Stephanie!

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  7. Amanda Tsiatsios

    She's so modest. She's great with communicating measurements I love it.

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  8. Luc Van kasteel

    Luc Van kasteelHi Stephanie! In Holland it is really hard to find chocolate chips. Can I substitute the chocolate chips by a bar of chocolate and chop that in the size of those choc chips? By the way: you're really exact if it comes to the ingrediënts, and I really admire that. Incredible how you two put your work into making these video's and the joy of baking website. I have been watching your video's since 2011. Regards from Utrecht (the Netherlands) 🙂

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  9. Hanifa Islam

    can i use self rising flour

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  10. Julia Maidman

    I can fridge cookies 1 day!

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  11. Julia Maidman

    It is slice and bake cookie dough.

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  12. Fehmina Jozy

    Can I use granulated brown sugar
    Please do reply

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  13. Joshua lever

    may I leave out the nuts

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  14. Preeti Gupta

    hi mam, can you please show us how to make crunchy coconut cookies. thanks

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  15. Seema Mhaske-Thakar

    Tried these yesterday and they turned out to be very delicious.

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  16. EvryoneKnowsItsWindy

    Great Results! I left out the nuts, but otherwise followed the recipe precisely and they turned out perfect. Thanks Stephanie!

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  17. helena zafar

    can i use self raising flour or it must be all purpose?

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  18. helena zafar

    hi stephenie. thanks a lot for sharing ur knowledge. i made it tday but turned out realllly oily. is it meant to be very oily or what.

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  19. jan 세케냐

    i love the way how you give precise amount of ingredients, and also giving different unit of measurements. every time I try your recipes it's always perfect and exact as what I have watched in your video. keep it up and more recipes to share 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂

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  20. Gavyn Edwards

    can u bake it in the micorwave?

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  21. mildine uriel

    Hi can u use couverture chocolate to make cookies ?

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  22. Antonio Cruz

    +joy of baking what stand mixer do you have?

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  23. Filiz Mert

    Looks delicious ..You are very talented.

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  24. pastor bruno

    i need this respe

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  25. Nik Nurmadihah

    MOTHER OF PRECISION 😨

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  26. those cookies look great can you use one type of sugar or do you have to use both also is there a way to make peanut Butter cookies slice and bake.
    Thank You for your wonderful recipes keep them coming

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  27. Ariba Anis Ahmed

    u have made me love baking:)

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  28. YervantNora S

    It was delicious – thank you.

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  29. Maddy Testa

    Do you need the nutts

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  30. Erzsebet S

    I am really trying to convert the ingredients of my recipes to the metric system, but here is what I come up with for All Purpose Flour:

    1) I have checked 3 different brands of All Purpose and they all show 1/4 cup = 30g, which would be 120g/cup.

    2) The ingredients page of your Joy of Baking site shows All Purpose as being 130g/cup.

    3) Your Joy of Baking Pie Crust calls for 2 1/2 cups or 350g of All Purpose which would be 140g/cup.

    4) Your Chocolate Chip Refrigerator cookies call for 2 cups of All Purpose which would be 130g/cup.

    Now I'm so thoroughly confused as to which of these to follow. Oh, I'm in desperate need of help.

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  31. Trupti Rao

    I just wanted to by a new electric stand mixer. Do recommend any brand?

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  32. María Paz Domínguez

    I am big fan, I have been following your website forever and always check it whenever I want to bake.
    Quick question, why powder sugar and not regular sugar?

    Thank you!

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  33. Hey what's the difference between these refrigerator cookies to normal ones?

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  34. mahnoor abdali

    i luv ur recipe

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  35. alishbah zainab

    can I use baking powder instead of baking soda and is brown sugar important

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  36. Tan Angeline

    Hi Stephanie, the recipe forgot to add in the 1 egg.

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  37. Venusstar22

    I gotta say…….these videos are very well done. The instructions are thorough, precise and easy as pie to follow……..not complicated at all. And at the end of each video, you always feel like getting up and heading straight to the kitchen to make the exact same recipe you just watched. Talk about instant motivation!!!…LOL. Plus, it helps to have to wisdom and helpful tips from someone who actually knows what they're doing. Thumbs up.

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  38. krsnavani

    Hi Stephanie! Why did you use powder sugar instead of regular sugar?

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