Whip up a batch of these delicious salted chocolate chip cookies with two different types of chocolate. The best part? You only have to dirty one bowl to make these cookies! Today’s recipe is sponsored by OXO.
I just love baking up a big batch of cookies. It feels relaxing to be in the kitchen baking for the people I love. I love the way a big batch of cookies makes my house smell and I love that I always have enough to enjoy, share, and freeze any leftover cookie dough. I also love making a batch of frosted chocolate chunk brownies. Then you can have one of each. Yum.
Today’s batch of salted chocolate chip cookies was made in honor of Cookies for Kids’ Cancer challenge. This challenge is all about hosting bake sales to raise for funds for kids’ cancer research. You can register your bake sale online.
When you register, mention you were inspired by OXO and they will match the proceeds from your bake sale up to their annual commitment.
To make it easier, OXO is partnering with several chefs to provide recipes that inspire others to bake for this great cause. Today, I am sharing an adaptation of Dan Kluger’s Salted Chocolate Chip Cookies.
The OXO products I used to bake these salted chocolate chip cookies:
Other yummy cookie recipes:
Which salt to use?
It is important to use coarse salt for topping these salted chocolate chip cookies. Otherwise, they will just taste like chocolate chip cookies. Which is okay, too. 🙂
Amount Per Serving Calories 150
This recipe for salted chocolate chip cookies is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of OXO.