Chocolate is a preparation of the seeds of cacao, roasted, husked, and ground, often sweetened and flavored, as with vanilla, or any candy, syrup, or flavoring made from this preparation.
How to Make Chocolate Chip cookies
making everyone's favorite, Chocolate Chip Cookies. So, the ingredients ..... pretty easy recipe to do, the chocolate chip cookies. And, this is how we ..... are lightly browned. So, our chocolate chip cookies are out of the oven-Hi, everyone. I'm Judith. Well today, we'll be making everyone's favorite, Chocolate Chip Cookies. So, the ingredients you'll need is 1/2 cup of shortening; 1/2 cup of butter; 1 cup of packed brown sugar; 1/2 cup of granulated sugar; 1/2 teaspoon of baking soda; 2 eggs; 1 teaspoon of vanilla; 2-1/2 cups of all-purpose flour; 1 (12 ounce) package or 2 cups of semi-sweet chocolate pieces; and, 1-1/2 cups of chopped walnut, pecans or hazelnuts are optional too if you want a little more crunch in your cookie. All right, so it's actually a pretty easy recipe to do, the chocolate chip cookies. And, this is how we're going to do it. So, into our large mixing bowl, we're going to add in ourbut not the least, of course, we're going to add in our chocolate pieces. And, if you have nuts here that you want to add in, you can put that in too. So, in they go. Oh, look at that. It's just beautiful. Stir those in. All right, so we've folded in all those chocolate chips into our mixture. Looking good. Now, let's get our cookie sheet. We get an ungreased cookie sheet there and we're just
How to Make Chocolate Chip Cookies
we're whipping up a batch of chocolate chip cookies. Now, this classic cookie ..... and ready to eat. Okay, so our chocolate chip cookies cooked for about 13 minutes ..... delicious. That's how you make chocolate chip cookies. Thanks for watchingI'm Miranda with Recipe.com. And today we're whipping up a batch of chocolate chip cookies. Now, this classic cookie is an updated version of a recipe that first appeared in the Better Homes and Gardens cookbook in 1941. So, classic indeed, it bound to be delicious. Let's get started. I have our ingredients all laid out here. We're gonna start with 2-1/2 cups of all purpose flour, 12 ounces of semi-sweet chocolate pieces. We have chips here. One cup of packed brown sugar, 2 eggs, 1/2 cup of granulated sugar, 1/2 teaspoon of bakingthis over to this side. Now, we're going to add in the chocolate for the cookies. This is also when you would add in the walnuts were you to do that version. Now, the oven
How to Make Buckeyes
microwave for 2 minutes on high. We wanna melt our chocolate because that is gonna be the sauce, the dipping ..... butter balls are out of the freezer and we have our chocolate , melted chocolate next to us now, and so we're pretty quicklythat's it. So, now that they are done, we're gonna get our chocolate chips and cook them in the microwave for 2 minutes on high. We wanna melt our chocolate because that is gonna be the sauce, the dipping sauce for our peanut butter balls. So, into the microwave, that goes for 2 minutes. Make sure you give that a stir halfway through. So, our peanut butter balls are out of the freezer and we have our chocolate , melted chocolate next to us now, and so we're pretty quickly because our peanut butter balls can melt pretty soon, and if you find that they are happening if you have smaller balls and you're got a lot more, you can actually put them back in the freezer for about 10 minutes while you're dipping your first batch, but we're gonna start dipping. So, let it go 3 quarters of the way, lovely, and then you can take off any excess chocolate on the rim of the bowl and then just puff down on your baking sheet again. So, get your toothpicks which are very helpful when you're doing this. Let it go 3 quarters of the way through, just looks aesthetically very beautiful and then unto the baking sheet again. So, we're gonna repeat this with all of our buckeyes until they are all covered with chocolate So, our bowls are all dipped in chocolate now, and we're gonna put that into the fridge for 45 minutes until they are set. So, we've taken our buckeyes from out of the fridge. They've been there 45 minutes and that chocolate now has set. So, very carefully, we can take them off the foil or waxed paper, plate them up, uh, and that just looks delicious, and I will keep these little toothpicks in there just easier for people to pickup at a party, oh fantastic. Isn't that wonderful when that chocolate gets nice and cold like that? Beautiful, there you are. What a great little sweet treat to serve at your party. So,
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