Desserts - Created Date : 12.6.2019

Sweet and Salty Double Chocolate Chip Cookies

Sweet and Salty Double Chocolate Chip Cookies



Sweet and Salty Double Chocolate Chip Cookies

This easy sweet and salty double chocolate chip cookie recipe is THE cookie for any chocolate dessert lovers! These rich (double) chocolate chip cookies are full of chocolate chips, chocolate covered potato chips, and salty pretzels! Salty and sweet at its finest.

I don’t know about you, but sweet and salty is where it’s at. These incredibly rich and gooey Sweet and Salty Double Chocolate Chip Cookies are 100% irresistible.

Hello, all you chocolate lovers out there.

This one’s for you (and me…but mostly you).

Do you remember that Friends episode where Monica and Rachel give cookies to the super and newspaper delivery guy in place of a Christmas tip?

In case you don’t remember every episode word for word or have never seen the episode, let me give you a quick synopsis. (You’re welcome. It’s my Christmas gift to you.)

Monica and Rachel (but let’s be real, mostly Monica) bake cookies for all of the people they would normally give a Christmas bonus to because they don’t have the money to tip them.

Mr. Treeger, the super, loves the personal touch of cookies, while the newspaper guy sends them back to the girls smashed in the morning paper.

Now I get that cookies don’t pay the bills and whatnot, but sending the cookies back smashed in a newspaper? That’s just cold.

Mr. Treeger, on the other hand, gets me. Anyone who would turn down homemade cookies lacks some serious heart. Like, I can’t help but think he has no soul.

NONE.

I mean, even if I was that guy and was really hoping for a cash tip, I’m 102% positive that I wouldn’t be able to smash a perfectly good cookie and send it back. At least I got something out of the deal.

Since I read wayyyy too much into trivial things and over-analyze a scene from an episode from 20-something years ago (OMG I’m getting old), I’m just going to assume this delivery guy was hard up for cash and had had a really, really bad day.

However, not to talk these double chocolate cookies up too much, but if he’d gotten a dozen of these, I’m fairly confident he wouldn’t have sent them back (or at least, he wouldn’t have send them all back…because these Sweet and Salty Double Chocolate Chip Cookies are just too hard to resist).

It might just be the best Christmas gift anyone could receive. ??

Sweet and salty is totally my jam.

There was a time when I would’ve said this was a weird combo and I wouldn’t have wanted to have anything to with it, but that time is not now.

I feel like every salty snack needs some chocolate paired with it (Jimmy Fallon gets me even if Ben & Jerry’s doesn’t get it…yeah, I’m still bitter that ‘Late Night Snack’ has been discontinued).

However, during this time of the year, cookies are my number one choice–to eat, to bake, to share.

Unless you have a heartless friend or soulless newspaper delivery guy, I’m prettttty positive these cookies would be well received as a Christmas present.

It’s a scientific fact.

All right, let’s talk Sweet and Salty Double Chocolate Chip Cookies with potato chips and pretzels and ALL the chocolate.

These cookies use chocolate covered potato chips, which are store-bought. If you’re having a hard time finding where to buy chocolate covered potato chips, you can easily make them at home. Melt some chocolate or chocolate almond bark and dip ruffle potato chips in the chocolate. Allow them to harden on parchment paper or wax paper and voila! Homemade chocolate covered potato chips.

When it comes to making these Double Chocolate Chip Cookies with potato chips and pretzels, in my opinion, you want the cookies to be slightly under done. The cookies will be extra chewy and gooey, which will help offset the salt from the pretzels and potato chips.

These Double Chocolate Potato Chip Cookies use dark chocolate cocoa powder; however, you can substitute regular cocoa powder. I like the richness of the dark cocoa powder, but any cocoa powder is fine.

Your friends and family are going to love you for these cookies. I mean, who needs cash when you’ve got these Sweet and Salty Double Chocolate Chip Cookies?!

This easy sweet and salty double chocolate chip cookie recipe is THE cookie for any chocolate dessert lovers! These rich (double) chocolate chip cookies are full of chocolate chips, chocolate covered potato chips, and salty pretzels! Salty and sweet at its finest.

Course:

Dessert

Cuisine:

American

Keyword:

sweet and salty double chocolate chip cookies

Servings: 12-14 Large Cookies

Author: Michelle

Ingredients

1/2cupunsalted butter, softened

1/2cupbrown sugar

1/2cupwhite sugar

1egg

1 1/2tspvanilla extract

1/2tspbaking soda

1/2tspsalt

1/4tspespresso powder, optional; espresso powder brings out the flavor of chocolate without adding any coffee flavor



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