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Fill your cookie jar with these dreamy homemade gems!
Passionate about cookies? You'll want to sink your teeth into Big, Soft, Chewy Cookies. This delectable cookie cookbook is packed with more than seventy-five recipes for colossal cookie creations. From tried-and-true favorites such as Oatmeal Walnut Raisin, Chocolate Chocolate Chip, and Rugelach to future favorites such as Banana Blitz and Super Duper Snickerdoodles there's a cookie here to please every palette. Plus, you'll even find recipes for chewy cookie bars and special treats like the spirited and festive Eggnog Cookie with Rum Butter Icing.
Best of all, anyone can bake and enjoy these enormously gooey, enormously good--and just plain enormous--cookies. Each recipe includes easy-to-follow directions, and the book is loaded with dozens of helpful hints and bakers' secrets. Larger than life, many of these delicious cookies call for a quarter-cup measure of cookie dough!
Here's a sampling of the tempting treats that await you:
Big, Soft, Chewy Cookies . . . there's nothing quite like them. These crowd-pleasing treats make every occasion special. Bake some today and discover just how delicious life can be!
Jill Van Cleave is a celebrated chef and food consultant. She is a member of the esteemed Les Dames d'Escoffier and the author of another tasty tome, Icing the Cake.
Who doesn't love big, soft, chewy cookies?! This cookbook (no photos) is full of scrumptious recipes, and my favorite one so far is the oatmeal raisin. Read morePublished 15 months ago by orchard1988
Where are the photos in this book? Take a tip from Martha Stewart and add photos in your next book.Published on November 4, 2012 by crcmen
I'm glad I ordered the book Big, Soft, Chewy Cookies. Can't wait to start baking. Just wish it had a recipe for soft sugar cookies.Published on July 18, 2011 by Smiles
This book was not quite what I expected. It assumes that you are already an accomplished cookie baker (I am) and gives recipes that are quite tempting but no methods on mixing. Read morePublished on January 19, 2009 by Terry Rogers