By: C. Cardoner
-2 ¼ cups of all-purpose flour
-1 teaspoon of baking soda
-1 teaspoon of salt
-1 ½ sticks or 12 tablespoons of butter at room temperature, (if you don’t have butter you could always just use margarine)
-3/4 of brown sugar (if you don’t have brown sugar you can use any other type of sugar)
-2/3 of granulated sugar
-1 teaspoon of pure vanilla extract
-Chocolate chips (if you don’t have them you can cut your favourite chocolate into little pieces/chips)
-Spatula/long wooden spoon/whisk
-A few small bowls (I used two)
-One big bowl
-Electric mixer with its bowl
1. Grease your trays. Before you start get the trays your cookies will be baked on and butter them (put a thin layer of butter on them) or you can place some baking parchment paper on the trays.
2. Whisk flour, baking soda and salt all together in a large bowl.
3. Beat the butter and the two sugars together in the mixer and add the eggs one at a time. You should crack one egg in a separate bowl to make sure it is good and then add it to the mixture. Repeat this process with both eggs.
4. Add your flour little by little to the egg and sugar mixture.
5. Mix the flour and sugar-egg mixtures together. You can then take it out of the mixer and you can add the chocolate chips and mix.
6. Wet your hands, so that the cookie dough dose not stick to them, and start making little balls and putting them on the trays that you had layered with butter.
7. Bake your cookies in the oven (1600C) for 12 to 18 minutes in 1600C and wait.
Last but not least take your cookies out of the oven and put them on the racks to cool down.
Enjoy your cookies and share them with your friends!