How to Bake Chocolate Chip Cookies | Dad, How Do I?

How to Bake Chocolate Chip Cookies

Preheat Oven 375

2 1/4 cups all-purpose flour
1 teaspoon baking soda
1/2 teaspoon salt
1 cup butter, softened
3/4 cup sugar
3/4 cup packed brown sugar
1 egg
1 teaspoon vanilla
2 cups semisweet chocolate chips
1 cup cchopped nuts

Bake for 8 to 10 minutes

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30 thoughts on “How to Bake Chocolate Chip Cookies | Dad, How Do I?”

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  3. Thank you so much for this, My dad left us when I was around 5 or 6 and my moms kinda of the neglect type. I always wanted to bake cookies but since my dads not around and my mom doesn't want anything really to do with me its been hard to figure it out. But thank you so much! Can I call you dad? I really like your energy and your the father I wish I had 🙂

  4. Very nice tutorial! Here's a couple tips : if your cookies aren't turning out right, the most common mistake is measuring incorrectly. For example, don't use your measuring cup as a scoop when measuring flour. You will pack it down and end up with too much. Fill the measuring cup with a spoon to be more precise.
    Your cookies will stay chewy and moist for a LONG while if you put them in an airtight container with a slice or two of sandwich bread!

  5. Hey Dad! 👍😊 Great joke. 🤣😂👏 Those are beautiful bowls. I use a small ice cream scoop so that they are all a uniform size. Thank you for sharing this video with us. 👍🇨🇦😊

  6. I never had a dad. My dad let when I was three and my mother is an addict and all I had was a nana who taught me some stuff but she died 8 years ago and I've been pretty much alone having to put up with three spine corection surgeries …… Thank you sir I really need to get along with my life and you might help me …….

  7. You touched on one of the best things I think I learned through trial and error. Letting things "rest" after you pull them out of the oven often makes a better showing on the plate and sometimes gets that perfectly cooked effect you see on the package. Cheese tends to be too runny our of the oven, meats absorb or carry a little more fat and seasoning, and baked cooks tend not to fall apart. When the instructions on frozen stuff say "wait 10 minutes, then serve" it does make a difference to you.

  8. Funny that I just baked cookies two nights ago! One helpful tip i can pass along is put the (room temp) butter in first, then the sugar and beat that in your machine or by hand as the sugar acts like sandpaper and helps break down the butter faster. You don't want melty butter so just barely soft enough to cut with a butter knife is fine.

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