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The Best Triple Chocolate Chip Cookies Recipe

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Today I am sharing this chewy triple chocolate chip cookies recipe from my friend, Lynda. These cookies are so moist and have three kinds of chocolate chips. They have white chocolate, semi-sweet chocolate, and milk chocolate chunk chips! Can I just say these could be from a fancy bakery? Sometimes having a glass of milk and a warm cookie just hits the spot so to speak! Don’t you just love the smell of cookies baking in your oven?

When my daughters would come home from school I would try and have some warm cookies ready for them when they would walk through the front door.  They would come running in and the smiles on their faces, when they would see those cookies coming out of the oven was priceless.

This particular batch of cookies was baked for a very special occasion tonight for Lynda’s daughter, Lexie. You know how when you go to a church function or a neighborhood party and you are looking at all the goodies, we all know the homemade treats are the first to disappear! I think I need to go make another batch right now! Who wouldn’t love a plate full of Triple Chocolate Chip Cookies?

Triple Chocolate Chip Cookies

Triple Chocolate Chip Cookies
Prep Time
15 mins
Cook Time
14 mins
Total Time
29 mins
Course: Dessert
Cuisine: American
Servings: 36 cookies
  1. Preheat oven to 375 degrees. Cream, the butter, brown sugar, white sugar, eggs, and vanilla. Stir in the flour, oats, baking soda, sea salt until blended. Stir in the different chocolate chips until blended. Use a cookie scoop to place the dough on a greased cookie sheet or parchment paper placed on the cookie sheet. Place the cookies about 2-inches apart and bake for about 13-14 minutes. These make a very soft moist chewy cookie.

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    1. Hi, Stephanie, oh my gosh, thank you!!!!! I changed the baking salt to baking soda in the post and the printable. You are so awesome to let me know!! Happy Thanksgiving! Linda

  1. I accidentally lost the post you shared on Oct. 30 showing recipes for holidays. Is there a way to receive that again? Thank you so much.

  2. Hi Linda, I do not mind being at home since I am retired. It gives me more time to work on genealogy which is a passion of mine.
    A couple of months ago, I asked you about some flexible spring form pans – how to use them. I now know what not to do! ! LOL ! ! I wanted to bake a layer cake. You will laugh! I greased the sides and the bottoms, you know the bottoms are glass. I did not get enough shortening on the sides or the bottoms. The very first thing that happened was when I tested the lovely cakes to see if they were done, they immediately fell. Okay, I figured I would turn that one upside down on the cake plate. No problem. Then I could not get that layer off the glass bottom. I used a spatula to loosen it and finally got it on the plate. Are you laughing yet? That was the bottom layer. The second layer would not loosen as well as the first, so it broke apart while trying to get it onto the first layer. We ate the cake anyway – tasted good!! I have not used those pans since. They are probably great for cheesecake or lasagna or something where you can just remove the outside and leave the food on the glass bottom and use that as a serving plate. Thank you for all your wonderful recipes and preparedness ideas.

  3. I am very confused as I ended up watching you make your homemade wheat bread in your box mixer. Very confusing video as in the beginning it does not show you adding any other ingredients but just wheat flour. So how did you get the dough? I think when you make an informative video such as this it is helpful to start at the very beginning so people like me that want to learn to make a good whole wheat bread have the entire video. Just a thought.

    1. Hi Melody, I’m so sorry you were confused by this video. I had someone do the video and I paid her $350.00 upfront, non-refundable. Anyone that makes bread knows, you need to stay close. The person had to leave and came back intermittently, it was a big disappointment. This post shows everything I wish the video had shown. I did state I dump all the ingredients in the bowl with half of the flour in the video (recipe states that). Mix and slowly add the rest of the flour. I have had so many compliments on this video. Again, I’m so sorry. Linda

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