Most traditional chocolate chip cookie recipes start by creaming softened butter with sugar. Here, the butter is melted in a skillet until golden brown and nutty first. This simple step does require a bit of extra time (mainly for chilling the butter), but the result is an intensely toasty butterscotch note that makes these thin, chewy cookies irresistible. Using two kinds of bittersweet chocolate (chips and a chopped bar) adds luscious layers to the cookies. A final sprinkle of flaky salt enhances their flavor even more.Related: More Cookie Recipes
These cookies were so delicious! I made them with milk chocolate chips but you could add anything and they would taste great. Crisp outside and soft inside, they kept some form while cooking allowing for a thicker cookie.