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Buy Original Cookie Online Flour – Makes cookies thicker and cakier but also drier. Less flour makes them thinner and crispier.
Brown Sugar – Makes cookies chewier but too much makes them crispy and dark
Eggs – Adds moisture and structure to the cookies but also makes them spread. Room temperature eggs made a better cookie with less spread. Buy Original Cookie Online
Baking powder – Makes cookies fluffier and lighter in color.
Baking soda – Gives cookies flavor, color and lift.Buy Original Cookie Online
Butter – When creamed with the sugar makes cookies fluffy and chewy when melted makes them thinner and crispier.
Scoop size – For every test, I scooped with a #20 cookie scoop and also did a double scoop to see if they baked up differently. Across the board, the larger scoops resulted in thicker cookies with less spread.
Chilling – I didn’t notice much of a difference with chilling cookies. I know some people SWEAR by chilling. They may have been ever so slightly thicker but not a huge difference.
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Hard, dry, crispy or doughy? I tried to recreate some problems that someone might have with their cookies to see what would happen. These are my results! I know this is a TON of information so feel free to scroll past if you’re not into geeky experiments about cookie ingredients like I am.
As I said earlier, I used the Ghiradelli chocolate chip cookie recipe and semi-sweet chocolate chips. I have rated my tests as far as crispy, chewy and cakey goes on a scale of 1-3. Each test starts with the standard control recipe from Test 1 and then I change one thing to see what happens