What can you do to elevate your chocolate chip cookies? Well, there are several things that I’ve figured out recently: One, is topping them with sea salt before baking (as I’ve said before). The salt really brings out the flavors. Next, adding cornstarch. This makes the insides super chewy with a slight crisp on the edges. Another big one is chilling the dough before they bake so they don’t spread too much. One more? Using 2 different kinds of chocolate. My picks were semi-sweet & dark. I know, cray-zay.
I made these for one of our close friends, who might have a slight obsession with chocolate chip cookies. He said they were the best he’s ever had, which trust me, is everything!
The easiest way I’ve found to chill cookie dough; cover it with plastic wrap & a giant rubber band.
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