Make perfect, soft chocolate chip cookies fast with this no chill chocolate chip cookie recipe! For when you need delicious, homemade chocolate chip cookies, like, NOW. The first batch will be ready in just about 30 minutes!
It's no secret that I love to bake from scratch, but what you may not know is that scratch baking doesn't have to take a ton of time or effort. Sometimes we all just want a quick and easy cookie recipe. And sometimes a cookie craving hits and we need a warm, fresh cookie RIGHT NOW. That's where this quick and easy no chill chocolate chip cookie recipe comes in!
Quick & Easy Chocolate Chip Cookies from Scratch
These chocolate chip cookies could not be more simple to make. They come together in just two bowls with a whisk and a spoon (no stand mixer required). They're made with melted butter, so we don't have to wait for the butter to come to room temperature before baking. And, as the name indicates, there's no need to chill the dough before baking. You'll be pulling the first tray of cookies out of the oven about 30 minutes after you begin baking!
And, even though they're incredibly easy to make, no chill chocolate chip cookies are melt-in-your-mouth delicious! With two kinds of chocolate chips, a mix of brown and white sugars, and a full Tablespoon of vanilla extract, we're not skimping on flavor here. And did I mention that these cookies are seriously soft?! Alex took one bite and said these are the best chocolate chip cookies I've ever made. And then he proceeded to eat several more (but who's counting?!).
Bookmark this recipe for the next time a cookie craving hits! You can thank me later.
P.S. If you're not in a rush and don't mind chilling your cookie dough - and you're looking for thick chocolate chip cookies with perfectly rich flavor, slightly crispy edges, and soft centers - check out my all-time favorite chewy chocolate chip cookie recipe!
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