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Ooey Gooey Chocolate Chip Cookies Made with Lard

Laura Jensen

Do you love our Chocolate Chip Cookies and want to make them yourself? Here ya go! Now you can make these amazing bites at home too.

 

Jensen Reserve's Ooey- Gooey 

Chocolate Chip Cookies 


 

Ingredients: 

2 ¾ cup All Purpose Flour (Organic preferred) 

1 teaspoon baking soda 

¼ teaspoon baking powder 

1 teaspoon salt 

1 stick butter (½ cup) 

¼ cup lard 

½ cup granulated Sugar 

1 cup Brown Sugar 

2 teaspoons vanilla 

2 large eggs 

1-2 bags Ghirardelli milk chocolate chips........how chocolatey do you like? 

Directions: 

  • In a large bowl, mix all dry ingredients, except sugars 
  • In a stand mixer with paddle attachment, cream together butter, lard and sugars.  
  • Add vanilla extract and eggs, 1 at a time. 
  • With your mixer on low speed, slowly add dry ingredients.  
  • Mix until ingredients blend together, careful not to overmix 
  • Mix in chocolate chips and refrigerate dough for at least 30 mins, can refrigerate up to 2 days in fridge. 
  • Preheat Oven to 375. Line cookie sheets with parchment paper 
  • Using a tablespoon or ice cream scoop to scoop dough and drop 2” apart on cookie sheet 
  • Bake 9-13 minutes until edges are golden. Time varies by oven. 
  • After removing from oven, let rest on pan for 3-4 minutes. 
  • Then, remove with spatula onto cooling rack. 
  • Enjoy! 

 


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    2 comments

    • Not sure what the hell happened but my cookies cooked like balls didn’t flatten and are no way close to being gooey I lowered temp to 350 for 10 minutes see if that works I mean they still taste good but I want the gooey

      Michelle howell

    • Wanted to use some fresh pork leaf fat and was happy to find this recipe. I could smell the porkfat in the raw dough (I am hypersensitive to smells, so wasn’t surprised) but could not taste it in the cooked cookie. The texture was wonderful. I think I will try with browned butter next time, less chocolate chips (1 bag plenty) and pecans with a finishing salt. Overall I would say this is one of my favorite stock chocolate chip recipes.

      Nikki

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