Chocolate Chips Cookies - Doubletree

Chocolate Chips Cookies - Doubletree


You are going to say: another CCC post? Yes, yes and yes. We do love cookies and I'm always looking for a better one. Like millions of people we have stayed at the Doubletree Hotel. And, of course, there was freshly baked cookies to great us. The night we stayed, I was going back downstairs, making excuses to get more cookies. Of course I was asking for more cookies because I was telling them that I had to bring cookies for my three kids and my DH. In the elevator I would eat mine and then start eating just pieces on every other cookies that I got for the gang. Typical. I did a search and found this recipe on Esurientes.

After spending more than 4 hours at the rink yesterday, my feet are still frozen, I wanted to come home and bake some cookies. So I did prepare the batter the night before and it went in the fridge overnight. We came home and I did prepare dinner. My hockey son said after dinner: mom I'm still hungry? For those of you that does not have teenagers I can send you my two boys for couple of days. (plus the girlfriends, and the friends...) So, I was prepared. I told him to go back watch the hockey game and that soon he would have freshly baked Chocolate Chips Cookies. You should have seen the big smile in his face. These cookies are really good, fresh out of the oven and still warm. We

On another subject I want to take the time to thank everyone that reads my blog and the brave ones that leaves a comment. You can't imagine that sometimes you are bringing a smile in the face of someone that may have had a bad day. I'm always looking forward to reading you and I'm grateful that I belong to this wonderful world for the food blogging. Thanks again.

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Please note that I used Hershey's Chocolate Chips for my cookies.

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  1. Tes biscuits sont à tomber:)))
    Est-ce ce que tu as la recette en français?

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  2. I don't mind it, really. Everybody love CCC, so the more the merrier!
    You CCC looks so good, the crumb and chocolate chunk is perfect.
    Cheers,
    Elra

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  3. Oh you can make as many cc cookies as you like, I will read and drool over each and every one! LOL
    Plus, I do always look forward to your photos.

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  4. I do not have teenage boys yet (I have a few years to go) I am already preparing for the onslaught of appetite. These look like they would satisfy a hungry belly nicely. :)

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  5. Keep on making chocolate chip cookies, I love getting new recipes for them! These look delicious.

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  6. Oooh, I love the cookies at the Doubletree. They are so yummy and completely addictive. Yours look particularly delicious!

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  7. Oh my word, can there ever be enough chocolate chip cookies. Supermom!

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  8. Est-ce que tout ce beau monde-là savent à quel point ils sont chanceux?

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  9. YOU really bring a smile to my face with these cookies! They look delicious and I'm sure your boys were so appreciative.

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  10. Ils sont déments tes cookies Hélène... avec plein de chocolat et bien épais... j'en ferais bien mon goûter tous les jours :-)

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  11. Chocolate chip Cookies always bring a smile on my face! They look really delicious! Crispy on the outside and soft on the inside, mmmhhh...

    Cheers,

    Rosa

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  12. no, i could never and would never tire of chocolate chip cookies. these look lovely. :)

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  13. Hélène,

    Nous n'avons jamais assez de recettes de biscuits aux pépites de chocolat. Jamais. Jamais.

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  14. I'm not sure what happened to me, but I used to make CCC's almost every week. Then I moved to NY and I haven't made any cookies let alone CCC's. Thanks to your reminder, I'll be picking up some chocolate chips and fixing that asap:-)

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  15. when i saw the title of the post, i literally got a smile on my face. for 2 days in july 2000, i stayed at the doubletree in chicago and i tried a cookie - and another and another and i literally couldn't stop eating them. i too was making excuses to go down to the lobby to get more! :-)

    thank you so much. i still - after 9 years - remember those cookies as some of the best i've ever had!! thanks for the post and for the link!

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  16. Wow lucky son! =) These look delicious. I'm always up for trying a new ccc recipe so I'll have to try this one!

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  17. Hah! I always enjoy reading your posts so I don't think it takes that much braveness to comment :) I love me some chocolate chip cookies too... Seriously considering taking on your sons so I can have some, hahaha!

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  18. You can never have enough cookie recipes. They are the prefect snack for us with a sweet tooth!

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  19. Wow! That photo makes me want a big glass of milk! Yum!

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  20. I could never get tired of chocolate chip cookie recipes, yours look especially good!

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  21. omg, I have forgotten about the hotel's tradition of CCC! I think I stayed in one of the hotels in Austin and it was such a nice treat :)

    Thanks for be-friending me on Foodbuzz.

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  22. ahhh, foodblogging is a pretty sweet world! and these cookies look wonderful. i've heard about this recipe, so i'll give it a try!

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  23. Those cookies do look bloody darn good :) !!! would love to grab one of the screen now !

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  24. You can never have too many ccc's! These ones sound really good. I like the touch of cinnamon in them.

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  25. Those are some yummy looking cookies. Soft and chewy...mmm.

    Thanks too for your comments and words of encouragement. :)

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  26. We can never have enough CCC. These look amazing!

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  27. Please dont ever apologize for chocolate chip cookies. They are the spice of life, the bane of my existence, the bribe to my children:)These look awesome!!

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  28. I fell in love with Double Trees the first time I stayed in one in Philadelphia and the smell of warm cookies baking permeated the lobby. what a treat! so fun that you have supplied a recipe!

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  29. I say bring on all the CCC posts! I don't think anyone would ever mind, really :P

    Your boys (and their girlfriends and friends) are so lucky to have freshly baked cookies! I should really try fridging some chocolate chip cookie dough so that I can have CCC anytime. How long do you think I can keep them in the fridge? And can I only do it for the crunchy cookies, or is it possible to fridge chewy cookie dough without altering the texture?

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  30. There can never be too many CC posts as far as I'm concerned! These look and sound delicious!

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  31. Peu importe que ce soit la 100 000ème recette de CCC ! tes photos sont à tomber et c'est un vrai déchirement que de ne pas pouvoir en piquer un ou deux !
    Bises
    Hélène

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