Game Day Provisions 101: Field House Chocolate Chip Cookies

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Out Of The Park Cookies

Let your teammates know how much they mean to you.
Box up a batch of fresh-from-the oven cookies in pretty packaging…
A homerun, guaranteed.

Chocolate chip cookies come in all sorts of shapes & sizes.
Often filled with loads of exciting ingredients…
Pretzels, oatmeal, a dabble of peanut butter, dried cherries
& toasted pecans add oomph to an otherwise unassuming recipe.

Sometimes the simple fundamentals are key for the win.
This variation features tweaks on the types & amounts of sugar, the amount of flour
& switches up the chocolate on a straight up classic-style favorite that will not disappoint.

No extras here. Just the baseline.

If you’re lucky, one bite may deliver a blast of milk chocolate…
Add an extra handful of mammoth chunks if you like.
And don’t forget to ice down a cooler full of milk.

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makes about 3 1/2 dozen

1 cup butter, softened
1 {16-oz} box dark brown sugar
2 eggs
1 Tbsp vanilla extract
3 cups ap flour
1 tsp baking soda
1 level tsp kosher salt
1 {10-oz} bag bittersweet chocolate morsels
2 dozen milk chocolate kisses

Cream the butter & the sugar with an electric stand mixer
on Medium speed until light & airy.

stop the mixer on occasion & scrape down the bowl sides with a rubber spatula

Add the egg & blend on Low speed just until the yellow disappears.
Blend in the vanilla.

Whisk together the flour, the baking soda & the salt in a small bowl.
Add to the butter mixture & mix on Low speed just until blended.
Add the morsels & milk chocolate.
Mix on Low speed just until blended.

Transfer the dough to a container.
Cover & chill at least 2 hours or up to days before baking.

Preheat the oven to 350 degrees.

Divide the dough into 1-oz portions.
Place on lightly greased foil-lined baking sheets.
Bake for 9 to 11 minutes or until just soft set in the cookie center
& the tops are no longer glossy.

Cool on the pans for 25 minutes.
Serve with a glass of milk.

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The 411

Cookies can be baked in a variety of sizes.
The only thing to remember is that a bake time adjustment may be necessary
to achieve the type of cookie texture you prefer.

I prefer a soft-set cookie.
If you like them crisp leave the pan in the oven a few minutes longer.

What you bake the cookies on also has an effect on the oven time.
Thinner cookie sheets will bake a tad more quickly.
Start checking each batch at the lower end of the range.
Heavier half sheet pans which are so widely available to consumers these days
may take a minute or two longer.

When using foil to line cookie sheets,
place the dull side up to prevent over browning on the bottoms.


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