Introduction: Texas Chocolate Chip Cookies

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Why make regular cookies or buy regular cookies when you can make Texas cookies? These cookies come from a recipe that my family has perfected over many, many years. When i was younger, I decided to make a recipie for cookies, and I decided to test which recipie had the best taste. These cookies are Texas cookies for a reason. They are made with pecans, a Texas speciality.

Step 1: The Dry Mix

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First what we are going to make is the "dry mix"

Your ingredients are:
1 cup of Bread Flour
1/2  teaspoon of Salt
1/2 teaspoon of Baking Soda
1/2 cup of Oats
1/2 cup of Pecans
1 cup of Chocolate Chips

Step 2:

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Chop up the pecans and mix all the dry mix ingredients together except for the chocolate chips.

Step 3: The Wet Mix

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Now to make the "wet mix"

Your ingredients:
1 egg
1/2 teaspoon Vanilla extract
1 stick Margarine
3/8 cup of Brown sugar
3/8 cup of Sugar

Step 4:

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Put all the ingredients except for the egg into the mixer. When the ingredients are in mix them up until they are completely joined together to make a tannish color.

Now add the egg. Mix them together and when you have you will have a very wet looking cookie dough.

Step 5: The Mixing

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Now we add the Dry mix and the Wet mix

Take your dry mix that you have in a bowl and just pour it into the mixer.

Step 6: The Chocholate

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Time to add the Chocholate Chips

Step 7: Baking

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After that we put them in the oven

Set the oven temperature to 350 on Convection for about 12-14 minutes

Step 8: You're Done!

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Now you can enjoy your delicous Texas style cookies. Dont forget to tell your friends!

Comments

davidjespinoza (author)2013-07-01

5 out of 5: great flavor, not greasy, they are fluffy, clean tasting, and well-balanced. Do you have a recipe for double chocolate chip cookies??

urbanmx (author)2013-06-24

I made these and they turned out great.
Thank you for sharing

tstevens-1 (author)2013-06-19

All I can say is try them. Mine came out excellent. I took the 1/2 cup of oats and ground them up instead of adding them whole.

oliver109 (author)2013-06-12

looks good

TCMelvin (author)2013-06-11

I'm assuming you meant pecans and not "pecons"......nice recipe!

ssergeev (author)2013-06-11

Looks it is tasty. The interesting recipe. On days off I will try to prepare houses. Now I search for work.

glitch88 (author)2013-06-10

I am here for the gadgets. but these look amazing. know what I'm doing this weekend

Penolopy Bulnick (author)2013-06-10

Those look delicious!