In most cases, two is better than one (truth be told, that is almost always the case). And in the case of chocolate chip cookies, double chocolate is much, much better than regular chocolate chip cookies.
For all those chocolate addicts out there, I’m going to try to satisfy your cravings with a list of chocolate chip cookie recipes. And believe me, they are healthy, even though they look like they are just a bundle of calories.
As I said, healthy chocolate chip cookies. One of the first ingredients you throw out the door when you’re trying to cook healthy is butter. There are many alternatives to butter, and I’ll let you discover that for yourself in this recipe. But just look at that cookie and the melting chocolate. Don’t you want a bite?
Slowly but surely, oatmeal is becoming a breakfast standard. Some 10 or 15 years ago, oatmeal was an American-only breakfast (the rest of the world had a mostly negative attitude about oatmeal). But look how far we’ve come! Oatmeal is now an integral part of cooking, and chocolate cookies benefit from that.
The frosting makes all the difference in this cookie. One of the biggest negatives about chocolate chip cookies is that they can be dry. The crunchiness is awesome, but sometimes, people want something that melts in your mouth—something moist. And thus we have the dulce de leche frosting.
Black and white, these cookies look like the ying and yang symbols. But no matter how they look, I promise you they are delicious. Peanut butter really does make a difference.
If you leave this for Santa, you’ll be left without any cookies, as he’ll definitely eat all of them. Jokes aside, pecans add even more crunchiness to the cookie, and they go so well with milk.
Whenever you add white chocolate to the mix, you get cookies that look as good as they taste. You just have to love the beautiful and appealing look. And then you take a bite, and the magic happens.
Almond butter is one of those healthy alternatives to butter that we mentioned at the beginning. In the past few years, almond butter has become one of the most popular, if not the most popular, ingredient in healthy cooking. And for desserts, the taste is even better and sweeter than with regular butter.