A homemade chocolate chip cookie recipe is simple to make, but there are a lot of ingredients that need to be bought.
Here’s a list of the essentials.
A cookie cutter (or a small spatula) The first thing you need to get going is a cookie cutter.
You can buy a cheap one at a hardware store for around $5.
If you’re on a budget, try using a plastic cookie cutter that you can buy online or at a local craft store.
If the cost of your cookie cutter is higher than $5, you can save some money by buying a cheaper one.
You’ll need to cut a square of cookie dough into six pieces.
A piping bag for piping Chocolate chips are traditionally made with chocolate chips cut into bars, but some people prefer to use a piping bag, which is basically a thin, round cookie cut into smaller pieces.
If this is what you prefer, you’ll need a piping tip, which you can purchase online.
You will need a few ingredients for this: flour, baking powder, baking soda, salt, and baking powder and salt, which will be your main ingredient for the cookie cutter and piping bag.
For the recipe, we’ll be using 1 teaspoon of baking soda for each bar.
For more on baking soda and chocolate chips, read our guide on how to make your own at home chocolate chip recipe.
A measuring cup (or bowl) to scoop out the dough The next step is to scoop the dough into a measuring cup or bowl.
For this step, you need a measuring spong or measuring cup that you’ve got at home and a pastry brush or spoon.
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A pastry brush to use to brush the dough around with a little flour To begin, mix the baking powder with a fork.
This will help the dough to stick together and help the pastry brush glide over the dough.
Add the flour and baking soda to the mixing bowl and mix together with the fork.
The dough will be sticky and will be very sticky when it comes to mixing.
Be sure to keep mixing until the dough becomes smooth.
This step should take about a minute.
Spoon a little of the dough onto the pastry bristles and brush around with the brush.
If all goes well, the dough will have become a bit sticky and can be a little hard to brush around.
Add a little more flour if the dough is too dry, and sprinkle the dough with more flour to form a smooth ball.
Transfer the dough balls to a baking sheet and let them cool for at least 10 minutes.
Place the dough ball on a cookie sheet and place it in a single layer, so that you have six layers of cookies.
Place a baking tray on top of each cookie and brush the top with a bit of flour, to form the shape of the cookies.
Brush the bottom and sides of the cookie with flour, again to form three layers.
Brush and brush over the remaining dough layer, and then place a tray on the cookie sheet with two more cookies on top.
Brush each layer with a final coat of flour and brush again on top to form four layers.
Bake at 350ºC for 30 minutes.
You should end up with about 12 to 14 layers of brownies.
Remove the tray from the oven and let the brownies cool for 5 minutes before removing from the pan.
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