Tipsy Heelz: Chocolate Chip Cookies
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In Chocolate Chip Cookies Easy cookies Homemade Cookies Limited Baking Ingredients

Famous Homemade Chocolate Chip Cookies With Limited Ingredients

Homemade Cookies

Good morning everyone, I had a blast last night baking my first ever made chocolate chip cookies and I tell you they were so delicious. I kicked back on the sofa, eating my way through a good few of them while enjoying some games over at  When I was done baking them I had to have a test subject Aka "Mikey" my son. Well, his name is not Mikey, but if you ever remembered that Life cereal commercial where the kids hand that bowl of cereal over to the other kid to try out first it out.

 He ate one, woo hoo! Mikey Likes it! (Laughing at this point) and so I tried it and my mouth was filled with happiness. Everyone loved the cookies and my husband said they were better than his and I must agree. I had limited ingredients and they turned out excellent and I didn't even need baking soda, brown sugar or vanilla extract. I'm going to share this recipe with you and if you decide to make them for your family I would love to hear from you how they turned out.

Chocolate Chip Cookies


1. Stick of Margarine Butter (Recommended Imperial)
1. Large Egg
3. 3/4 cups of sugar, but if you don't have that measuring cup, use a 1/4 cup 3 times
1 and 1/4 cups of flour do not pack it.
1/4 Teaspoon of salt
I cup of Chocolate Chips Unsweetened
 Preheat oven to 350


In a mixing bowl, add your one stick of butter and your sugar and start to blend it with your mixer, if you don't have a mixer a wooden spoon will do. Blend until the mixture is nice and fluffy, then add your egg and blend a little more. Then start adding your flour and salt, but be careful not to over blend the flour in the mixture.

Start by dropping the cookies on an ungreased cookie sheet by the tablespoon, making sure they are about an inch or so apart. I made 9 cookies per sheet. Place them in the over for about 9-12 minutes. They will not get really Brown like other chocolate chip cookies, because of some missing ingredients, but once the edges start getting a light golden Brown they are ready to take out.

Set aside and let them cool down a few seconds and use a metal spatula to pick them up and put into a plate or cooling rack.

These cookies came out great for me and with few ingredients. Enjoy and hope you enjoyed my recipe post.

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