That’s easy! Make them with fresh, high-quality ingredients. The best cookies are simple to make, too. And luckily, many recipes use basic kitchen staples so that you won’t need a pricey gourmet pantry. Choose your favorite cookie recipe and follow these simple tips to make the perfect batch of cookies.

Everyone loves cookies. The little pleasures in life keep us going, whether it’s breakfast, lunch, or dessert. Even though your favorite cookie may be homemade, there may come a time when you run out or want a different variety. What do you do then? Pick up a packaged one, of course. But what are you really doing when you eat a packaged cookie? One of the most famous cookies in the world is the chocolate chip cookie. Cookies are so good! Whether it is a chocolate chip or peanut butter cookie, a sugar cookie, or a gingerbread cookie, they can be eaten at any time of the day. Most people love making and eating cookies, but have you ever wondered how to make the best cookies?

Here’s How to Cook the Best Cookies:

  • Do Not Overmix the Ingredients 

The secret to making the best cookies is not to overmix the ingredients. Mix just enough to combine them, and add the dry ingredients last. Overmixing will result in tough cookies. The quickest and easiest way to mix up cookie dough is in a food processor. It only takes a few minutes to make a batch of cookies.

  • Right Kind of Chocolate.

Many will tell you that the secret is in chocolate when it comes to cookie recipes. This is true, but for the wrong kind of chocolate. The right kind of chocolate in a chocolate chip cookie recipe calls for cocoa powder and not chocolate chips. Using chocolate chips in a chocolate chip cookie recipe will result in a flat, dense cookie, which is basically a science experiment gone wrong.

  • Cream The Butter and Sugar. 

Creaming the butter and sugar for cookie filling is one of the most important steps. Creaming the two together helps bring moisture to the cookie, which results in a soft cookie texture.

  • Beat In the Eggs. 

The cookies look tempting. They’re warm, slightly gooey, and they’ve taken you less than 10 minutes to bake. But hold on for just a moment before you put them in the oven. You should make sure of one important thing before you cook these chocolate chip cookies. Does the recipe call for the eggs to be beaten? If so, you need to do this before you add the flour and the chocolate chips.

  • Use Butter.

Cookies are one of the most widely consumed foods in the world, and unfortunately, they are usually made with refined oils like corn, soybean, and cottonseed oil. These oils are altered by high heat and pressure, leaving trans fats behind. But butter is a healthy fat that is rich in saturated fatty acids, which have been shown to have many health benefits. When baked into cookies, butter creates a rich, fudgy texture that complements the sweetness and chewiness that are present in most cookies. You should use real butter, not shortening, and egg substitute instead of powder. After you’ve got your ingredients, simply mix them in a bowl and form balls. Stick them in the oven at 350 degrees for about 15 minutes, and you’ve got some super tasty goodness. 

  • Right Sugar. 

Cooking cookies can be a daunting task, especially if you’re baking for the family. But have no fear—we’ve created the perfect recipe to take your baking to the next level. These chocolate chip cookies, made with brown sugar, are crispy on the outside and soft on the inside—just like the cookies you remember from your childhood.

  • Right Flour. 

When it comes to baking, there are two types of flour: cake flour and all-purpose flour. Cake flour is typically finer than all-purpose flour, which makes it a better choice for tender, moist cakes. But if you only know all-purpose flour, it might be hard to understand why some cookies taste so much better when made with cake flour.

If you’ve ever wondered how to make cookies the best, you’ve come to the right place. First off, let’s define “best” cookies. The best cookies are the ones you look forward to eating when you open your cookie jar. (Or, at least the ones you look forward to eating after your dinner guests have left.) The best cookies are those that melt in your mouth when you bite into them or the ones that walk right back into your cookie jar when you get home. The best cookies are the ones that are soft when you bite into them, not too hard, and the cookies that you turn to when you need a little treat.