Thick Chewy Black and White Chocolate Chip Cookies with Pecans

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With a name like Thick Chewy Black and White Chocolate Chip Cookies with Pecans recipe you know you can't go wrong! This cookie recipe has everything you need for cookie perfection. A cookie that is thick and chewy with two kinds of chocolate chips and pecans is the ultimate cookie recipe. You can serve this delicious recipe with some vanilla or chocolate ice cream with some caramel. You can also put these cookies into school lunches during the week. Some of the ingredients you will need for this cookie recipe include semi-sweet chocolate chips, white chocolate chips, and pecan pieces. When you have all your cookie ingredients mixed you will place the prepared cookies into a preheated oven and bake until the cookies are light golden brown, with the outer edges starting to harden, and the centers of the cookies still soft and puffy. All in all, it should take approximately 15 to 18 minutes to bake them, you want to make sure to rotate the baking sheet halfway through the baking time. Then cool the cookies on the baking pan for a few minutes before moving them to a wire rack to cool. Then enjoy.

When you make cookies, and you don't want them to stick to the baking pan, you can either use a non-stick cooking spray, parchment paper or a Silpat. Silpat is a brand name of a silicone mat that is used for baking. The mat provides a non-stick surface without the use of cooking spray or parchment paper. The Silpat is a great alternative as it can be used over and over again, without having to buy more parchment paper or cooking spray. Silpat products were created by M. Guy Demarle, an experienced baker who was looking for a better way to bake baguettes. So he invented the first non-stick baking trays for baguettes in 1965. The trays used silicone coating. It was after this that he invented the Silpat mat. Did you know that pecans are a healthy addition to cookie recipes? In a 100 gram amount, pecans have over 100 percent of the Daily Value for total fat. Pecans are a rich source of dietary fiber, magnesium, manganese, phosphorus, zinc, and thiamin. Pecans are also a great source of protein, B vitamins, and iron. A pecans fat content is made up mostly of the monounsaturated fat, oleic acid, and the polyunsaturated fat, linoleic acid. You should feel good about eating this delicious snack. Pecans can be eaten on their own, toasted, or added to a variety of recipes. Popular pecan recipes include pecan pie, pecan sandies (a cookie recipe), crushed as a coating for meats and in bar recipes.

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