We take two cookie classics and make them great again.
Thick, chewy chocolate cookies and spiced molasses cookies are classics. Watch as we discover which types of chocolate and molasses make these favorites great again.
The secret of a chocolate cookie with the intensity of hot fudge sauce is a combination of the right kind of chocolate and cocoa powder.
Imprecision, especially in baking, can be a recipe for disaster. So which measuring spoons can you rely on?
Dry, tasteless molasses cookies belong on a Christmas tree, not in a cookie jar. We made more than 50 batches to find the best recipe for an uncommonly soft, chewy cookie with warm, tingling spices.
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