I wanted to make cookies. I was looking at saved recipes and searching on line for something that would satisfy my cookie urge. Nothing was doing it for me. That’s when I decided to make the classic: Original Nestlé Toll House Chocolate Chip Cookies. Sometimes you just can’t beat the oohie gooey goodness of a freshly baked Nestlé Toll House Chocolate Chip Cookie.
I was out at the beach shack when I made these cookies. I was supposed to be assembling Adirondack chairs while my husband diligently installed the dog fence. I was panicked that he would walk in and catch me mid-cookie baking. Normally, that would not be a big deal, but these chairs have been on my list for a long time! Since I was totally procrastinating (again), I was looking to cut corners in the time department. I decided to make a pan cookie instead of individual cookies.
Pop the pan into a 375° oven and bake for 20-25 minutes. Be careful not to burn the edges. By the way, I intended to put one of the chairs together while the cookies were baking, but it took me a full 20 minutes just to get the chair out of the box. It’s crazy the way that thing was wrapped up and tied up and secured with bubble wrap, peanuts and paper. Geez. Back to the cookies…once they are done, remove from the oven and let cool in the pan for about 20 minutes. Then slice them up like brownies.