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American Classics: Potato Chip Cookies

I've written about Chocolate Covered Potato Chips for this column, but my first introduction to chocolate + potato chips came in the form of Potato Chip cookies. When Dad bought our family 101 Perfect Chocolate Chip Cookies by Gwen W. Steege, my younger brother commandeered the book and insisted on making the potato chip cookies. This was sometime in the mid-to-late 90s. Sweet and salty desserts weren't nearly as mainstream as they are today. I thought 1) my brother was crazy and 2) potato chip cookies were some sort of nouveau cookie addition. I couldn't have been more wrong on both counts. More

American Classics: Monster Cookies

During my grade school days there was little doubt in my mind as to the supremacy of Monster Cookies. We're talking a face-sized peanut butter and oatmeal confection chock full of M&Ms and chocolate chips. Yes, M&Ms and chocolate chips. Did I mention the oatmeal and the peanut butter? Everything about these cookies was pure goodness. More

A Cookie A Day: Buffalo Chip Cookies

With recipes and stories submitted from all over the country, Sugar, Sugar is filled with sentimental sweets, among them these Buffalo Chip Cookies, a crisp-chewy take on the kitchen sink cookie. The base of the cookie is similar to a classic chocolate chip, but when it comes time for the add-ins, you can really go wild. The recipe calls for cornflakes, chocolate chips, rolled oats, and pecans but that's just the tip of the iceberg. More

Boston: 6 Chocolate Chip Cookies We Love

We took it upon ourselves to taste our way across the cookies of Boston, seeking out delicious chocolate chip cookies that offer the perfect balance of buttery, brown-sugary cookie and high quality chocolate, and boast that ideal crisp-on-the-edges, soft-in-the-middle texture. Behold, six of our favorite cookies from the Boston area. More

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