Chocolate Chocolate Chip Cookies: for those days when you’re craving chocolate in a big way, these guys won’t disappoint. All chocolate lovers will be a huge fan of these soft, rich cookies.
Happy fall, folks! I’ve been looking forward to this time of year all year long, and now it’s finally upon us–those cool, crisp fall days filled with football, warm drinks, and sweatshirts. Ahh…I love it all! It’s that time of year for all things cozy. And fall baking is no exception. There’s just something about baking when it’s a bit chilly outside; something comforting in the textures and spices of fall-like baking. These cookies incorporate all those fall feelings–rich, warm, soft, intense flavor. Yum. If you’re a fan of chocolate, these cookies are for you. My family (and neighbor kids) all said they taste like brownies. Brownies studded with chocolate chips.
I used both butter and Golden Barrel coconut oil to make up the dough. Using butter, you have the flavor that is sought after in a good cookie, but also using the coconut oil insures a soft-batch texture. I also used both Golden Barrel brown and organic sugars for a taste and texture that’s truly delicious.
I like to make and share treats with friends and neighbors so when I was making these, I specifically thought of a neighbor girl who visits almost every day and raids my pantry for chocolate chips. Lyla is a chocolate lover through and through. Needless to say, she was a fan of these cookies. When I asked her if they were too chocolatey, she exclaimed, “No way!” So these cookies are chocolate-lover approved. 🙂
Perfect with a tall glass of milk, these cookies would make the ultimate after-school snack. Try them today!
Kat is a mother of three boys who loves to bake and enjoys all things DIY. She has been blogging since 2010 featuring recipes and home design projects. Some of her home projects have been featured in Country Living and This Old House magazine, as well as many other prominent DIY blogs and websites.