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A chocolate drop cookie recipe from King Arthur Flour involves making a batter with ingredients such as flour, butter, sugar, cocoa powder and baking powder. This versatile recipe offers variations that encourage the addition of other ingredients such as baking chips, n...

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Food Network has a simple and easy-to-follow recipe for chocolate chip cookies. This recipe uses no special equipment, and is easy for children to make too; it yields about 30 cookies.

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A popular recipe for chocolate gooey butter cookies by Paula Deen on FoodNetwork.com involves a combination of chocolate cake mix, cream cheese, butter, egg and vanilla extract. A cake mix chocolate cookie recipe is also available at BettyCrocker.com.

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Some good chocolate chip cookie recipes are Mrs. Fields Chocolate Chip Cookies and World's Best Chocolate Chip Cookies. They both have a 4-star rating on Food.com.

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Jackson's Lemon Jumble cookies are no longer produced commercially or available for sale, as of 2015. The company is now owned by Kellogg, who acquired the cookie line from Keebler sometime around 2001. Kellogg discontinued the southern favorite soon after taking owners...

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Chocolate chip cookies are made putting eggs, butter, vanilla, sugar, flour and chocolate chips in a bowl and mixing well. The mixture is dropped by spoonfuls onto a cookie sheet and baked in a 350 degrees Fahrenheit oven for eight to ten minutes, or until the cookies a...

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Simple chocolate chip cookie recipes are featured at Verybestbaking.com and the Food Network. One recipe uses regular butter and brown sugar, and the other uses unsalted butter and light brown sugar.