America's Best Chocolate Chip Cookies

From jumbo-sized versions sprinkled with fleur de sel to flavorful recipes made with aged dough, America’s best bakers are putting incred...
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Macrina Bakery; Seattle

Olivia’s Chocolate Chip Cookies (named for owner Leslie Mackie’s daughter) are a classic Toll House-style cookie (soft and chewy) with semisweet chocolate chips and a sprinkle of gray flour de sel. The dough is made with a combination of butter and shortening to provide a soft, rich crumb, and rests chilled for 24 hours before baking. The process ensures an even bake for every batch, because the moist ingredients like eggs have time to thoroughly penetrate the mixture.

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