These are the best chocolate chip cookies I’ve ever had.
I don’t even bake and I NEED this recipe
Just a couple of the comments about Kerrin’s Multigrain Cookies from my colleagues who finished a large plate of them well before lunchtime when I brought them in to share. Now, if you know the Kerrin in the title (as I do, there we both are chez Dorie in Paris a couple of Januarys ago!), you won’t be surprised that these cookies are spectacularly good. She’s an expert on all things sweet (living in Switzerland, she’s so lucky!) and so, I knew these cookies would be good.
Sure they’re chocolate chip cookies, but with a twist – they use a combination of all-purpose, whole wheat and buckwheat flour along with some kasha (Dorie and Kerrin recommend Wolffs Kasha Medium Granulation) for an earthy nuttiness (they feel almost like a breakfast food!) which works so well with the chocolate and touch of sea salt. I’ve actually made these a number of times and subbed spelt for the whole-wheat flour with no issues and last time I used coconut sugar instead of the golden brown and it worked out just fine (can you believe I ran out of sugar?!). The dough comes together really easily and sits for an hour or so in the fridge. A cookie scoop helps you form perfectly round cookies, they they’re sprinkled with salt and baked for 8-10 minutes. They are incredibly soft when they come out of the oven but let them sit for a few minutes then place them on wire coolers until they’re hard enough to handle and enjoy. They are fabulous warm and retain their chewy texture even after a night in an airtight container. So, so good.
I don’t have much to add here, except: make these cookies.
Get the recipe for Kerrin’s Multigrain Chocolate Chip Cookies here on p 24 of Dorie’s Cookies.
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