The Mother of all Cookie’s – The Toll House Chocolate Chip Cookies !

//The Mother of all Cookie’s – The Toll House Chocolate Chip Cookies !

The Mother of all Cookie’s – The Toll House Chocolate Chip Cookies !

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This is Ruth Wakefield`s original recipe from the 1930s that revolutionized the U.S. by baking the ​​first cookie containing  chocolate chips . And since then it has been a winner, and countless variations of this recipe has spread to every corner of the world. There is not a Chinese or Norwegian who don`t  know what a cookie are.

I just love cookies and have tested a lot  idea`s and recipes, and never tire.

But today I make :
Ruth Wakefield`s  original Nestle Toll House Chocolate Chip Cookies

  • 2 1/4 c (360 gr) all-purpose flour
  • 1 tsp baking soda
  • 1 tsp salt
  • 2 stick (225 gr) butter softened
  • 3/4 c (160 gr) sugar
  • 3/4 c (160 gr) packed brown sugar
  • 1 tsp vanilla
  • 2 eggs
  • 12 oz (335 gr) Nestle`Toll House semi-sweet chocolate Morsels *
  • 1 c (2.5 dl) chopped nuts

* If you dont find the morsels in your local store !!
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Perheat overn to 375 F (190 C )

In a small bowl combine flour, baking soda and salt and set aside.  In your mixer bowl combine butter, sugar, brown sugar and vanilla. Beat at medium speed until creamy.

Beat in eggs until fylly incorporated.

Gradualy add the dry mixture and blend to just incorporated.

Finaly add the chocolate and chopped nuts and stir. Set aside 1.5 oz (50 gr) shocolate cips to sprinkle on top just befor baking.

The chocolate pakcage advertise that this dough makes 5 dozen cookies.

I like my cookies large so I used my  ice cream scoop and scooped 3.5 oz ( 100 gr) cookie dough  onto a baking tray lined with baking paper :
15 jumbo size cookies

Bake for 13 – 14 minutes.

My next cookie dough I also used my ice cream scoop, and devided the scooped cookie dough into 2 cookies 1.5 oz ( 50 gr) and dropped onto a baking tray lined with baking paper:
30 large cookies

Bake for 9 – 10 minutes

Transfer the cookies on to a wire rack to cool and enjoy !

Toll House Cookie History !
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This is one of the histories that verses about how the chocolate chip cookies was born !

The chocolate chip cookie was invented by a lady named Ruth Wakefield in 1933 and like many great recipes today it was discovered completely by accident. Ruth was the owner of the Toll house Inn which was located in Whitman, Massachusetts which was a very popular place to take in some good home cooked meals.

They say Ruth regularly made chocolate cookies using bakers chocolate, but one day she ran out and only had access to a nestle semi sweet chocolate so she broke the bar into pieces and mixed it into the batter thinking it would melt and mix with it. And of course the chocolate pieces did not mixed like the bakers chocolate and the nestle toll house chocolate chip cookie was born.

Ruth Wakefield then sold the recipe to Nestle in exchange for a lifetime supply of chocolate chips. Nestle has since printed the recipe on the back of every bag of chocolate chips they have sold in North America with one small variation which is the option of using margarine over butter.

During world war two nestle toll house cookies were being sent to GI’s from Massachusetts who would then share them with other American soldiers from different parts of the states. This lead to several soldiers writing home asking for Nestle toll house cookies which lead to many people contacting Ruth wanting her recipe which lead to a nation wide craze for these delicious cookies.

They are still popular and are baked all over the world…
…and I found this recipe on the back of my pakcage Nestle` Toll House Semi-Sweet Morsels 🙂

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