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What will happen if I double the amount of chocolate chips in my chocolate chip cookies?

Jessiet | Dec 22, 201410:15 AM

I am making chocolate chip cookies--a LOT of them! Therefore, it is important that they turn out well. It seems to us that most c.c. cookies don't have enough chocolate chips. So, I want to double the amount. Will this be a disaster? I am wondering if the batter will be able to contain all these chips without something terrible happening. What, you ask? I don't know. Will the cookies spread too much? Will the chips melt into a non-recognizable mess on the cookie sheets? Conversely, will they be the best doggone chocolate chip cookies on the planet? You tell me, Chowies. I'm all ears. (I'm already going to switch the AP flour for pastry flour--I know that will be a good thing!)

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