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The Best Chewy Chocolate Chip Cookies

With every bite, you're greeted by a symphony of textures and flavors, the pools of dark and milk chocolate with the spinkle of sea salt. The edges also have very needed crispness, providing a satisfying contrast to the soft, chewy center. It's a sensory experience that tantalizes the taste buds and leaves you craving for more.

Personally, what sets these cookies apart from others is their incredible chewiness that lasts for days. Thanks to the browned butter, milk and chilled dough, these cookies maintain their irresistible chewiness even after a few days. They're the kind of cookies that get better with time, making them perfect for indulging in a little everyday luxury.

But the allure of these cookies doesn't end there. They're also incredibly versatile. Whether you choose to enjoy them fresh out of the oven or stash them away for later, they never fail to impress. In fact, you can even freeze the cookie dough and bake them straight from the freezer for a quick and convenient treat anytime you desire. It's the ultimate convenience without compromising on taste or texture.

So, whether you're craving a comforting snack to enjoy with a cup of tea or looking to impress guests with a homemade treat, these brown butter cookies are sure to hit the spot. Easy to make, endlessly chewy, and irresistibly delicious, they're a true delight for cookie lovers everywhere.


Brown butter adds a depth of flavor and complexity to cookies that is unparalleled. Through the process of browning, the milk solids in the butter caramelize, resulting in a nutty aroma and a rich, toasty taste that elevates the entire cookie experience. This golden elixir infuses each bite with a warm, comforting essence, creating a perfect balance of sweetness and savory notes. Additionally, brown butter enhances the texture of cookies, contributing to a soft and chewy center while providing a subtle crispness to the edges. Its transformative power extends beyond mere flavor enhancement, turning ordinary cookies into extraordinary delights that leave a lasting impression on the palate.


Combining brown sugar and caster sugar in cookie recipes yields a myriad of benefits that enhance both flavor and texture. Brown sugar, with its molasses content, contributes a deep, caramel-like sweetness and a hint of warmth, imparting a rich and indulgent flavor profile to the cookies. Its moisture content also adds a soft, chewy texture, ensuring a satisfying bite with every mouthful. On the other hand, caster sugar, with its fine texture, helps to create a delicate crumb and a light, airy texture in the cookies. Its ability to dissolve quickly during mixing ensures even distribution throughout the dough, resulting in cookies that bake evenly and have a beautifully golden exterior. Together, the combination of brown sugar and caster sugar creates a harmonious balance of sweetness and texture, elevating the overall quality of the cookies to delicious new heights.


Cornstarch, when added to cookie dough, provides several notable benefits that enhance the overall quality of the cookies. Cornstarch aids in controlling the spread of the cookies during baking, ensuring that they maintain their shape and don't flatten excessively. This allows for more uniform and aesthetically pleasing cookies. Overall, the addition of cornstarch to cookie recipes helps to create a superior texture and mouthfeel, elevating the baking experience to a new level of perfection.

Chewy Chocolate Chip Cookies FAQs

How do I know when the cookie is done cooking?

The cookies should be a light brown around the edges, while the centre might appear uncooked once cooled this will give a chewy cookie.

Can I ommit eggs?

Yes! Please check my vegan chocolate chip cookie.

What cookie scoop do you use?

The link to my cookie scoop can be found here.

What is browned butter?

Brown butter, is butter that has been heated until the milk solids turn golden brown. This process gives the butter a nutty aroma and a rich, caramelized flavor. To make brown butter, you simply melt butter over low to medium heat, stirring frequently, until it turns a deep golden brown color.

Why do baking sheets need to be light coloured?

Dark coloured baking sheets absorb heat faster, therefore the bottom of your cookie can cook faster than the top of your cookies which reduced the chance of a gooey centre cookie.

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