Texas Chocolate Chip Cookies





Introduction: Texas Chocolate Chip Cookies

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

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:

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

Step 3: The Wet Mix

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:

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

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

Time to add the Chocholate Chips

Step 7: Baking

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!

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



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    8 Discussions

    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??

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

    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.

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

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

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