Tuesday, August 9, 2016

Tasty Tuesday

Photo Credit: Baker by Nature

Happy Tuesday! This very early morning, I am bringing you a super yummy dessert recipe from an amazing blog that I love: Baker by Nature. I am all about finding new chocolate chip cookie recipes. Sure, there are only about five-thousand different recipes out there that all happen to claim they are the very best -- but it's always so fun to try new ways to make them. I am a huge fan of having tons of chocolate chunks in my cookies, the more chocolate, the better!

This recipe for Brown Butter Chocolate Chunk Cookies delivers for my fellow "I want chocolate in every single bite" readers. While many of the chocolate chip cookie recipes tend to have a lot of similarities, this one has something truly unique: brown butter. Yum! I could really tell the difference between these cookies, and other chocolate chip cookies that I've made without the brown butter.

I know you'll love these cookies just as much as I did. Be sure to check out all of the yummy recipes that Baker by Nature has to offer - you won't be disappointed!

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4 comments:

  1. I love the sound of Tasty Tuesday! YUMM. Even over homemade, my husband loves just the break and bake pillsbury. I know- kinda lame, but sames me some work haha. My Tuesday has been great. Just bloggin' away (mackmarie.com). Thanks for the fun post!

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    1. Not lame at all! My husband doesn't like cookies very much (crazy!), but on days when I don't have a lot of time, but need a chocolate fix -- I love the Pillsbury ones! Also, Nestle Toll House, too! :) Glad to hear your Tuesday went well, and thanks so much for commenting!

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  3. I love these cookies! Unfortunately, when I went to make them today, the pictures were all different and it looks like she changed the recipe! Weren't they supposed to be refrigerated for at least two hours? Is there anyway you have a copy of her original recipe? Thanks so much!

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