There is nothing that makes a person feel more at home than homemade chocolate chip cookies (CCC). It’s the kind of treat that most kids loved and it’s the kind of treat that most people consider their comfort food.
The idea of homemade chocolate chip cookies almost always makes most people smile, not only because of how good they taste, but because of how they became a part of their growth.
Most people remember their childhood with fond memories every time they take a bite of a homemade product (CCC). They are easy to make and for some reason mothers (and fathers) love to bake them for their young children, hence the people’s fondness for this delicious delicacy.
What many people don’t know about this delicious delicacy is that they were accidentally created by Ruth Graves Wakefield in 1933. Ruth was the owner of the Toll House Inn, which was located in Whitman, Massachusetts.
The restaurant was a popular dining establishment offering delicious home-cooked meals in the 1930s. The restaurant’s popularity was not only due to the tasty meals, but was also due to Ruth’s policy of offering her customers an additional serving of entrees to take home along with their homemade cookies for dessert.
Ruth wrote a cookbook titled Tried and True Recipes from Toll House, which came out in 1936. In it was the recipe for the “Toll House Chocolate Crunch Cookie”, which immediately became everyone’s favorite homemade cookie.
Today, there are different ways of baking (CCC).
A batch can be baked with large or small pieces of chocolate chips. There are almond chocolate chip cookies for a twist and there are even spiced chocolate chip cookies that will definitely make any mouth water with delight.
What makes homemade chocolate chip cookies fun to bake is that they are easy to make and only require a few ingredients.