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We’ve All Made Chocolate Cookies Before, But We’ve Never Made Them THIS GOOD
Have you ever made a chocolate chip cookie so good that you were grabbing for another before you finished the first? That’s exactly what happens when you use this recipe.
These are, hands down, the BEST chocolate chip cookies I’ve ever eaten in my entire life. I’m not just saying that either. For one, these cookies come out HUGE. They are perfect for fundraisers, church events, and sharing with friends, family, and the neighbors. Butter, chocolate chips, white and brown sugar, and a pinch of love go into these marvelous cookies. This will be the only chocolate chip cookie recipe that you’ll ever need in your life.
But, you know, taste is not enough – at least not in my book! As a busy, working mom I don’t have time for “the complicated stuff”, and that means I also want my cookies to be super easy to make. This are just that, and this recipe never fails! Even my little sister said these turned out beautifully – bless her, but she just isn’t the professional baker type of lady…
Recipe courtesy of Rebekah Anast of No Greater Joy Ministries.
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Quick Tip: If you’re looking to begin a cookie selling business, this is the recipe to go with.