Did you know August 4th is the day America celebrates the ooey gooey chocolatey goodness that is chocolate chip cookies?! Not only do I love eating chocolate chip cookies, baking chocolate chip cookies is one of things that bring me great joy! Fun Fact: Chocolate chip cookies are the brainchild of chef Ruth Graves Wakefield who published the first recipe in Toll House Tried and True Recipes.
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If you’re taking the easy route, then head to the grocery store and pick up some of that pre-made cookie dough! If you’re feeling adventurous, then get in that kitchen and gets to mixing and make some homemade chocolate chip cookies! There are a lot of recipes out there, so you can always do an online search to find your perfect recipe, or you can channel your inner Ruth Graves Wakefield and make the Original Nestle Toll House Chocolate Chip Cookies.
So…how many chocolate chip cookies have you eaten today? What’s the best book to read while eating cookies? Do you bake cookies from scratch? Let us know in the comments! |RL
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