Toffee chocolate chip cookies are a classic, yet underrated combination. The two ingredients are never my go-to combo, but whenever I have them together my first thought is that I should have this more often. I’ve been on a roll making some pretty giant cookies. I’ve kept it classic with some plain chocolate chip but also experimented with some seasonal flavors. The cookie dough is pretty standard and can be used as a vehicle for pretty much any topping. The recipe for these toffee chocolate chip cookies is pretty simple. The one thing that I love about this recipe is that it makes GIANT cookies. Like they are huge, I mean just look at this one. I’ve attempted to make normal-sized cookies with this dough and unfortunately, it just doesn’t turn out great. They were stiff and didn’t sit well after they came out of the oven. This recipe is truly meant for giant cookies, and giant cookies only. Once these cookies were hot out of the oven, I knew the flavor choice was a …
Sometimes a recipe is so good that you cannot wait to make it again. That is exactly what happened with these peach cobbler cookies. I know what you’re thinking, peach cobbler doesn’t belong in a cookie. It’s too messy and gooey. However, I am here to prove you wrong. These peach cobbler cookies combine the best features of a giant cookie with a peach crumble for the ultimate summer dessert.
Italian Rainbow Cookies fall into that category of baked goods that are sometimes easier to buy, or so I thought. For the longest time, I was convinced that these layer cookies were over complicated and not worth the effort. After making a batch I could not be more WRONG! The cookies did require a lot of time, patience, and attention, but it was well worth the effort. I mean look at these!
The giant chocolate chip cookie trend has been going to for quite a while now. Bakeries such as Chip and Levain have seemed to master the trend. However, with trips to the city put on hold, I decided to take a stab and make my own version of the giant cookie at home.