Double Chocolate Chip Cookies

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Chocolate doesn’t ask silly questions, Chocolate understands!

It’s my daughter’s favorite food, the only food she eats without complaining. Wonder where she got it from! And these Double chocolate chip cookies are her favorite. It is make someone’s cookie day with the Creative Cookie Exchange and I know making these for my daughter is going to make her day.

It all started with a search for that perfect chocolate chip cookie. The rules were simple -more chocolate, less cookie; crunchy outside, gooey inside; and last but not the least it had to be a big fat cookie.

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My search landed me on copy cat recipes for Levian Bakery and finally the search had ended. I tried a few of those recipes and settled on this recipe from Christi’s Blog- Love From The Oven.

We substituted part of the sugar with coconut sugar, used Valrhona cocoa powder, dark chocolate chips and we freeze the shaped cookies for about an hour before we bake them. And we don’t usually wait for them to cool down before wolfing down a couple with some cold milk.

Double Chocolate chip cookies

Make someone’s day creative cookie exchange was only an excuse to bake these again. I bake them for my daughter as much as I bake them for myself. Afterall, chocolate is cheaper than therapy and You don’t need an appointment .. Catherine Aitken

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Double Chocolate Chip Cookies


  • 1 C Butter 2 sticks
  • 1/4 C Coconut Sugar
  • 1 C Sugar
  • 1/2 C Cocoa Powder
  • 1 tsp baking powder
  • 2 1/4 C All Purpose Flour
  • A pinch of salt
  • 21/2 C Dark chocolate chips you can use milk or semi sweet too
  • 2 Large eggs


  1. With a paddle attachment of your stand mixer, combine the butter and sugar first, until light and fluffy. Add in the coconut sugar and mix until fluffy. Add in one of the eggs, blend it in before adding the other. Scrape the sides of the mixer.And mix again.
  2. Add the cocoa powder gradually in two to three batches and combine until well blended.
  3. Sift the flour, baking powder and salt and add that to the mixer. Blend until just combined. Do not over stir or over beat.
  4. Fold in the chocolate chips
  5. Divide into 10 - 12 cookie dough balls and flatten them as you place them on a parchment lined cookie sheet.
  6. Freeze the cookies for about an hour. Then bake in a pre heated oven at 350* for 18 minutes.

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  3. I want that BIG FAT vicious VA-VA-VOOM cookie right now! That shimmering dark skin, lava-like inside is worth dying for, fighting for 🙂
    Awesome job with the cookies, darling. Wish I could turn myself into a baker sometimes! But usually some kitchen disasters take place if I attempt baking. How did you pull off such gorgeous result?!

  4. Thank you, thank you for not putting a bloody stripey straw in the milk 🙂 SO tired of that whole styling.
    Now, these cookies, how come they weren’t baked for me? You did stand me up remember? Haven’t had an apology for that yet….
    But these look wonderful, almost as good as my “chai” doughnuts 🙂

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