She said the David Lebovitz recipe is similar, as most chocolate chip cookies are in a way, but that they use specific brands for things and different ovens than home ovens. Hi there...owner of Blue Chip Cookies, here. Because of its authenticity, I followed the recipe exactly. It was chocolate-chip cookies. Well, there’s no excuse now! Just to provide a little history, In 2005 my husband and I purchased the entire company to included stores, trademarks, registered names, recipes, logo, franchise rights etc.. and although the recipe you have listed is similar on basic ingredients to most chocolate chip cookies, it is not our recipe. We do have an online business we sell and ship, and still have 3 stores, so if you could please include our link of Blue Chip Cookies Direct on your blog, in your article, I will set a coupon code BakingandBoys15, which is 15% off at our online site.Thanks...you look like you are having a great time! Which, I think, used to be a cook book, that I had. I’m only printing the recipe because it’s other places online as well. Weigh your ingredients if you can, you’ll also get better, more accurate results. These cookies are also baked in the top 1/3 of the oven at a much lower temperature for a longer time than most cookies. I finally discovered that my butter was to soft, so now I wait to get it out until an hour or so before I'm ready to bake. I think you're right about the butter. cinnamon 1 1/2 tsp. Spray flat bottom of measuring cup or drinking glass with cooking spray; dip in sugar. Press each cookie flat, dipping into sugar every other time. --Katrina. Bake 13-15 minutes at 350 degrees till the cookie is done. Grab the Mint Chip Sugar Cookie Recipe! Anyway...wanted to give you the whole story, The Nader's, previous owners, from what I was told shared the general recipe to David's book of flour, sugar etc..but know specifics that would impact franchisees. nutmeg 1/2 c. butter 1 c. packed brown sugar 3/4 c. granulated sugar I gave the option of walnuts or pecans. Not sure if I'll try this recipe or not. David mentioned that this is an authentic recipe written on bakery letterhead from the Blue Chip Cookies bakery that used to be at Ghirardelli Square in San Francisco. I had problems sometimes that they got really flat. But the other day I walked past some of my books and stopped to look at the section of books that are all chocolate. Also, clients liked the reduced lemon & increased vanilla changes. That said, I was pleasantly surprised with how well the Blue Chip Cookies turned out. Bake for 18 minutes, or until pale golden brown. 1/2 teaspoon baking soda Your Blog game up in Google Alerts. You know, I prefer chocolate chip cookies to have nuts, but since so many don’t like nuts, I usually leave them out. ... cookie they’ve ever eaten. We know people love our cookies. Naturally, I was drawn to the chocolate chip cookies—Blue Chip Chocolate Chip Cookies. Had I posted a recipe from that book, I would've called them something else, and given credit to Blue Chip Cookies. Mix softened 8 oz. I have a lot of cookbooks. I was asked to bring dessert. Have a Sweet Day...ENJOY,Donna Drury. I found your site on foodblogs.com and thought I'd stop by and check it out. Sometimes I actually alter recipes slightly because we live in a high altitudes, but this time I thought I’d see how it turned out as written. Mix in the egg, vanilla and baking soda. But if you’re looking for more, any or all information about chocolate, get David’s book, The Great Book of Chocolate. I tell them it could be too soft butter. Like you, I have my old standards that I like! Makes about 3 dozen cookies. I just wanted you to know...We use specific brands of sugar and flour, a special mixing process, special ovens etc.. but what makes a Blue Chip a Blue Chip is "secret ingredient packet" that is only available to the franchisees and create Blue Chip Cookie proprietary recipe! I have this cookbook but I don't remember if I made these before. I stuck most of them in the freezer for a picnic we’re going to tomorrow. You can also soak an egg, still in the shell, in hot water for 5 minutes to have a room temperature egg. No matter, these are great cookies.The Pie Baker, I am kind of old school and I know that's a lame answer, but I don't have a print button for my recipes. Stir together the flour and salt, then mix it into the batter, just until combined. Place 2 inches apart on cookie sheets. One of our favorites is of course,chocolate chip. Liquid cookies. 10 MINUTE NEVER FAIL MICROWAVE PEANUT BRITTLE, SUGAR COOKIES FOR ROLLING (COOKING SCHOOL), HUNGARIAN TURKEY STUFFING (JOLTOTT PULYKA), APPLE CRUMB PIE (INSPIRED BY GRANDMA K'S). Form into 1¼” balls, using rounded tablespoonfuls of dough. ). Give them a try! I was afraid the cookies would be flat and crispy, but they turned out perfectly thick and chewy! Well, here’s your chance to make a great cookie with butter right out of the fridge! I've been baking cookies once a week for years. I have my favorite chocolate chip cookie recipe, which will probably always stand as a favorite. Ya gotta love it! I remember a Blue Chip cookie store in Atlanta, and I got one of their CCCs. Next from this book, I’m going to make the Chocolate Fitness Cake—with only three ingredients, it’s pretty healthy---cocoa, egg whites and a little bit of sugar, baked like a souffle. Sounds good! Anonymous, I gave credit to the exact source from where I got the recipe. cream cheese and 8 oz. Combine flour, baking powder, salt and spices. Also in my comments from back when I first posted these, the owner of Blue Chip responded. They've been turning out wonderful. I thought it was very good. Seven Super Summers (Yummy Friday Chocoloholics Posts! Beat the butter and sugars in the bowl of an electric mixer until well combined and smooth. marshmallow fluff together and spread on cookie dough when dough is cool. I feel like I could REALLY add to that library. Thanks for trying the recipe, it is always a great compliment when people try to duplicate. In medium mixing bowl, cream butter with electric mixer until fluffy. Scoop the cookie dough into 2-tablespoon-sized balls and put 8 balls of dough on each baking sheets, leaving a couple inches of space between each. And not just any cookies – my mom’s homemade blue chocolate-chip cookies, buttery and hot, with the chips still melting. Gently stir in blueberries. 1 large egg. Heat to 300 degrees. People also say they weren’t able to make cookies because they forgot to take the butter out of the fridge so it could soften up and come to room temperature. Well, whatever the case, it works for these. He said the recipe is supersecret, but here it is.
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