Chocolate Chip Pudding Cookies
As if chocolate chip cookies weren't amazing enough on their own, here is one of the best chocolate chip cookie recipes for Chocolate Chip Pudding Cookies. This recipe sounds so good, chocolate chip cookies with creamy pudding in them? At first, you may have thought that the cookies in this recipe would be stuffed with chocolate pudding in the centre. That would be really good too, maybe a new idea for another chocolate chip cookie recipe from scratch. The pudding in this recipe for simple chocolate chip cookies is actually vanilla pudding and it is to be mixed into the batter with all of the other ingredients to give the cookies some more moisture. This recipe for simple chocolate chip cookies will create chewy, soft and delicious cookies that will last for days after baking. The added moisture is an awesome idea because as we all know, sometimes, even the best chocolate chip cookie can get a little hard even the very next day which isn't very appealing to anyone. People enjoy their nice, soft and chewy cookies after all.
The addition of the vanilla pudding works great especially if you are making a chocolate chip cookie recipe from scratch that includes whole wheat flour as an ingredient. Sometimes, you will find that the whole wheat flour can actually tend to create a denser, thicker dough that gets tough. So this is where Mary of the Barefeet In The Kitchen food blog says that the pudding is the only way she has been able to get best chocolate chip cookie that is soft and moist when making them with whole wheat flour. While whole wheat flour is a healthier option when making dessert recipes, it sometimes doesn't make the best chocolate chip cookie. So it's great that other people who are experimenting with it can share their dessert recipes and their awesome tips and tricks with us through their food blogs.
The recipe for simple chocolate chip cookies has been around for a while now, and the first recipe was created by Ruth Graves Wakefield who owned the Toll House Inn restaurant where she first introduced the chocolate chip cookies that she added Hershey's chocolate chunks into. Ruth thought that the cookies would become more of a chocolate cookie because she was hoping that the chocolate would melt in the recipe and the batter would become a chocolate batter. To her surprise, the chocolate didn't melt in the oven while the cookie recipe was baking, yet, they stayed in tact and created a nice, rich chocolatey taste implemented with the cookie dough and provided a nice crunch to the cookie as well. Ruth started to serve these new cookies at the restaurant and they quickly became popular. People were then able to make her chocolate chip cookie recipe from scratch at home when she published the recipe in a book in 1938. People just loved the recipe so much and we still do to this day. This is also where pre-made Toll House cookie batter started as well. You can still purchase the Toll House cookie dough in tubs in the refrigerated section of the grocery store.
Thank you so much to Mary from Barefeet In The Kitchen for sharing this awesome Chocolate Chip Pudding Cookies recipe with us all so we can try it out at home for ourselves. On Mary's great food blog you can find a plethora of other wonderful recipes including other fabulous dessert recipes that you will love to enjoy with your family and friends. Mary also provides appetizer recipes, dinner recipes, Paleo recipes, drink recipes and so much more. Make sure you try some of them out for yourself.*
Nutrition Facts for:Chocolate Chip Pudding Cookies from Barefeet In The Kitchen
Ingredients: Whole wheat flour, all-purpose flour, baking soda, butter, light brown sugar, white sugar, instant vanilla pudding, eggs, vanilla extract, chocolate chips.
* Percentages (%) are based on a 2000 calorie die * The entire recipe has been calculated for 72 servings. * Per Serving:Calories 144, Calories from Fat 62, Total Fat 6.9g 11%, Saturated Fat 4.5g 22%, Cholesterol 21mg 7%, Sodium 206mg 9%, Potassium 52mg 1%, Carbohydrates 18.5g 6%, Dietary Fiber 0.5g 2%, Sugars 9.2g, Protein 1.9g, Vitamin A 3%, Vitamin C 0%, Calcium 2%, Iron 3%
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