Tuesdays with Dorie BWD: One Big Break-Apart Chipper

June 14, 2022 at 12:04 am | Posted in BWD, cookies & bars, groups, sweet things, tuesdays with dorie | 5 Comments
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one big break-apart chipper

Sometimes (most times) one little cookie isn’t enough, and for those times, there’s One Big Break-Apart Chipper. Rolled out into a thin sheet, this chocolate chip cookie slab is ideal for those who like a crispy CCC. (I feel like this style of cookie is also known as “cookie brittle” but I’m not 100% on that). Dorie includes ground cinnamon and cardamon in her recipe. I left out the cardamon because I only have whole pods and didn’t feel like getting out the spice grinder. You can add nuts if you want…I’ve been in a salty peanut mood. I made one-third of the recipe and it fit into a quarter sheet tray. This is a tasty treat, and you can break off big pieces or little pieces, depending on the cookie monsters you are baking for. It makes a good bit of crunch for an ice cream sundae or a good dipper for a cup of coffee.

If you don’t have the book Baking with Dorie: Sweet, Salty & Simple by Dorie Greenspan yet, get it and join us as we bake through it every second and fourth Tuesdays! Don’t forget to check out the rest of the TWD Blogroll and all the other participation deets over on Tuesdays with Dorie!

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  1. I think mine wasn’t quite as thin as cookie brittle…I think the chocolate chips and nuts I used weren’t fine enough but it didn’t matter haha! The whole thing got eaten!

  2. Yes, this one would be good with icecream/as a dipper.

  3. I liked this cookie, and yes, it makes a great dipper. BTW, my TWD website comments go to junk.

  4. Everything goes with ice cream. We enjoyed this one and probably broke off bigger pieces than we should have:)


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