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One Of My Greatest Accomplishments

As you may or may not know, making chocolate chip cookies is NOT my thing.

Pretty much every time I make them they either turn out like this:
Yup, a sad pile of cookie mess that has to be scraped off of the cookie sheet

Or just kind of hockey puck like.

But since they are the only cookie I really like (other than snickerdoodles.  Why do I never make snickerdoodles?), plus it is the best cookie dough ever, I try to make them at least twice a year.  This time I had a success.  In case you are doubting the believability of my chocolate chip cookie fails, I present the following conversation:

After he got home and tasted them (and by taste I mean ate like six) he told me I should blog about it LOL)
To make these cookies I used The Ultimate Chocolate Chip Cookie recipe from Betty Crocker.  I omitted the nuts.  And I didn't use the full amount of chocolate chips because I like eating them so some were missing.

Hadlee helped me make them
Oh my goodness, look at this delicious looking dough.  How I manged to save any of it for actually cookie baking is beyond my comprehension :)

Soft, edible chocolate chip cookies!
It is pretty ridiculous how proud I am of these cookies, I really feel like I should never make them again, and quit while I am on top. 

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  1. If I liked chocolate I'm sure they would look yummy! They look like they are cooked to perfection. I love snickerdoodles. Next time we get together we should make some!

  2. Have you ever tried oatmeal cookies with chocolate chips? It's like the best of both worlds for me!

    Although snickerdoodles with chocolate chips might be mighty tasty...

  3. They do look like they turned out perfectly! Thanks for linking up at Finished Friday.


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