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How does the structural integrity change of the cookie dough when the recipe asks for the baker to chill it? Does this also result in a flatter cookie or does the cooler temperature of the fridge keep this from happening?
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Chilling cookie dough will prevent the cookies from becoming too flat or spreading too much. Some recipes that contain a larger than normal amount of fat need to be chilled before baking!
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