Wow! Chocolate Chips Cookies

NY Times Chocolate Chips Cookies




Pour yourself a nice cup of coffee and enjoy these wonderful chocolate chips cookies. NY Times has done it again. They published this recipe on July 9th, 2008 and it is a success. It has been blogged I don’t know how many times now. First, there was the No Knead bread that everyone was talking about, and now on their quest for the perfect cookie they adapted a recipe from Jacques Torres.

What I love about the recipe is that you can have fresh cookies, out of the oven, every night of the week. They recommend that you wait 24 hrs to bake your first batch and the dough can be refrigerated for up to 72 hrs.

Of course, I did not wait for 24 hrs to bake my first cookies. After having the dough sit in the fridge for 4 hours I did have to bake four cookies and let me tell you that they were really good. Today, after 24 hrs in the fridge, I baked another batch of four cookies. They are as delicious as yesterday. Cannot wait to see how the flavour will be after 72 hrs. This is now officially my favourite Chocolate Chips Cookies recipe. It’s the perfect combination of taste and texture. They are crunchy on the outside and are moist in the middle. They melt in your mouth. It got rave reviews from my son Mathieu.

So, what are you waiting for? You do not need to run to your favourite bakery to enjoy a perfect Chocolate Chips cookie. Just print the recipe and make yourself good cookies that your friends and family will enjoy. There are things in life that you cannot resist and these cookies are part of that.

NY Times Chocolate Chips Cookies




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NY Times Chocolate Chips Cookies

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  1. Those are some beautiful looking cookies. Somehow, I managed to ignore most of the NYT cookie hoopla, but well, these are some very tempting looking cookies. I'll have to add this to the to-do list!

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  2. I would always be on the quest for the perfect chocolate chip cookies. I have bookmarked these and must give them a try sometime soon:D

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  3. wow comme tu dis! Les photos donnent vraiment envie!

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  4. Wow Helene...those are some real yummy cookies & the pictures say a 1000 words. Am intrigued by this thing of letting the dough sit 24 hours...hmmmm. Wish I had a couple with the cuppa coffee I'm sipping right now!

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  5. Those cookies do look very good and melty :) I heard NY Times' version is really good, and your pictures attest to that! :)

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  6. I have been meaning to try this recipe, but don't have the patience to wait 24 hours for the dough to chill. Glad you tried it that way and it worked!

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  7. They look gorgeous! With a good cup of coffee, that's a real treat!

    Cheers,

    Rosa

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  8. Hello once again. Still drooling over those cookies:D I have passed something along your way. You can share it or covet it and know you are appreciated:D

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  9. Those look so good! Nice shots of the melted chocolate. I am going to have to try sprinkling salt on my next batch.

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  10. Wow, indeed... The picture makes me want bake a batch right now. Ah, la gourmandise!

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  11. Those cookies look great - nice photo!

    How did the final test work out? I, too, have been following this rested chocolate chip cookie dough discussion and just don't get it on a scientific basis. But, if it turns out to work in some magic way, you can count me in!

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  12. great job. they are luscious looking. I wished I had them right now.

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  13. Thanks for all the nice comments.

    Reporting back after the 72 hrs period waiting time. They taste as good as the 24 hrs waiting time and the 36 hrs. I even froze a batch and cooked them tonight to enjoy with a cup of tea. They were still really good. So next time you don't have to wait 72 hrs to enjoy your cookies. What I will do is prepare the dough, wait 24 hrs and freeze in balls. So there is always cookie dough, ready in the freezer for when we feel the urge to eat fresh baked chocolate chips cookies. I think one of the great flavor in the cookie is the Fleur de Sel. Also the mix of chocolate chips & Extra Dark Chocolate 72% by President Choice.

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  14. Wow these look beyond incredible! Your photography is gorgeous. Great blog, I look forward to visiting often.

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  15. they looked so delicious (excuse my english I'm french)
    I baked some cookies too, using a ben&jerry's recipes, here :http://viraufourneaux.canalblog.com/archives/2008/08/21/10296977.html
    have a nice day

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  16. Well, those cookies really look perfect!!!

    Aussi je dois dire que j'ai absolument absolument adoré ton blog! Félicitations!! Je suis pas encore allé a Vancouver, mais j'aimerais bien y aller bientôt!!!

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  17. they look wonderful!!! esp the salt on top.

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  18. I've read so much about these cookies!! I'm dying to try them :) Yours look so pretty and I the salt on top must make them taste unbelievable!

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  19. Oh yummmmmmm your cookies look just gorgeous!! I've been wanting to make this recipe but don't have any bread flour. But I see you didn't use bread flour so maybe I'll try it your way. =)

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  20. Thanks for all the nice comments. These are as good where they are frozen. I did freeze them, thaw them for 15 min. & baked them for 15 min. They were tasting the same as fresh. You can certainly replace the Bread Flour with All-Purpose. Make sure you weigh the flours. It's more accurate.

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  21. These look amazing! Making my mouth watering.

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  22. Thanks for offering to send me that peanut stew recipe. I actually have that cookbook though. =) Any favourite recipes from it? I haven't used it much.

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  23. Mmmmm, j'en prendrais bien un tout de suite! J'adore la fleur de sel dans les biscuits, j'essaie ces biscuits du NY Times, c'est sûr! :)

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  24. with cookies that look like this .. you really dont have to say much ! absolute stunners ! Now i want some !

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  25. Helene,
    Those cookies looks absolutely delicious!! Have a good weekend, Margot

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  26. They look gorgeous, Will definitely try them:-)
    XX M

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  27. You have done great justice to the recipe! They should use your photograph to promote the cookie.

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  28. Thanks again for everyone that visited my blod and left a comment. I'm still in love with these cookies.

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  29. Helene,

    Those cookies look truly delicious... I wish I could have one or two right now :)

    Talking about content hijacker, yes, I noticed Kevin posts as well, I did let him know...

    M.

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  30. Terrible cette photo. Mes filles adorent ces petites merveilles.

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  31. These cookies look so good. I'm going to make them for my husband. I have a 20 cookies project on my blog, that is is gift this year.
    Since i saw the recipe firt time here, i will link to you. Thanks for finding tjhis recipe for us. Nurit

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