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Chocolate Chip Cookies

Whats the best way to enjoy Chocolate Chip Cookies?   25 members have voted

  1. 1. Whats the best way to enjoy Chocolate Chip Cookies?

    • Dough, straight up, uncooked
    • Baked, like Crispybangs on a Friday night

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Whats better, eating it as dough or baked into a cookie?

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Baked, but no longer than 30 minutes from the oven. if they are a couple days old, would rather have the dough.

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Baked, but not all the way... soft and gooey.

yes

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baked ,with alittle dollop of fresh dough on top

Excellent idea. Why didn't I ever think of that?!

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My wife is gonna be super pissed when she gets home. I ate 11 raw cookies today, and left her one! She was taking these puppies to a party tonight! haha

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Baked, but no longer than 30 minutes from the oven. if they are a couple days old, would rather have the dough.

that's why you put a slice of bread in with the cookies and swap it out with a fresh one every 4 or 5 days. It sucks up the moisture so the cookies don't get stale.

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Baked, but not all the way... soft and gooey.

ding ding ding ... I'm visiting the parents and have had about 15 of them this way.

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Baked, but not all the way... soft and gooey.

I ate a whole pan like that Wednesday night and suffered all day yesterday for it. It was worth it though!

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