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Why are my chocolate chip cookies always flat?

The last few times I made chocolate chip cookies, the were flat after baking. I prepared the recipe exactly as the nestle bag says to. I’m not sure if it was because of the summer weather or if I did something wrong. I want to make fatter cookies for my dads birthday on Halloween and he loves double chocolate chip. I added a quarter cup of unsweetened cocoa powder to the nestle cookie dough to make the double chocolate.

7 Responses to Why are my chocolate chip cookies always flat?

  • Tigger says:

    If you want thicker cookies you will have to add another one half cup of flour to the recipe on the Nestle’s chip bag. I have used that recipe for years and learned this through experimenting. Now I always add the extra flour and they turn out great. Try one quarter cup more of flour and bake one cookie first to see if that is enough flour, if not, add a little more.

  • Janella says:

    it was the extra cocoa powder that did it- or your baking powder has gone stale.

  • enn says:

    The recipe on the bag is actually "Too wet" according to my old Home Ec teacher. That recipe requires at least 1/2 to 3/4 cup more flour added to it. Try adding 1/2 cup of flour to the mix next time.

  • ? says:

    add sugar

  • Amalia says:

    If the butter is melted, they turn out flat. The butter should be room temperature, which means if you press a finger into it, u should be able to press it and u should see the mark of your finger staying there…i am still practising as i have problems too, but this is what i’ve read in a 100 books!

  • Karen says:

    If you want here is an easy and delicious recipe for double chocolate chip cookies, which are not flat at all and so yummy.

    http://youtu.be/xuAE-jJoEUE

  • Karen L says:

    Did you change the type of fat you were using, use a different brand of margarine? That’s one of the possible problems according to the "perfect chocolate chip cookie" article in Sunset.com

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