Neiman Marcus, Joanna Gaines, Doubletree Hotel? Famous Chocolate Chip Cookie Recipes revealed!

If you’re lucky enough to score a bag a flour in the store, you’ll want to get baking one of these classic Chocolate Chip Cookie recipes. Let us know how they come out in the comments below!

Neiman Marcus Chocolate Chip Cookies
Almost everybody has heard the one about the woman lunching at the Neiman Marcus Cafe in Dallas, who enjoyed the chocolate chip cookies so much that she asked for the recipe. “For $250,” the waitress said, it was hers. In 1997, after years of enduring the myth, Neiman Marcus came up with a recipe – and gave it out for free. It’s a delicious variation on chocolate chip cookies, using ground oatmeal, nuts and adding extra chocolate with a grated chocolate bar. Legendary.


Hilton DoubleTree Chocolate Chip Cookies
The warm chocolate chip cookie welcome is synonymous with DoubleTree hotels worldwide and travelers look forward to receiving one, fresh from the oven, upon their arrival. For the first time ever, DoubleTree by Hilton is sharing the official bake-at-home recipe for the brand’s beloved and delicious chocolate chip cookie, so at-home bakers can create the warm and comforting treat in their own kitchens.


Michelle Obama’s Chocolate Chip Cookies
Every evening, Michelle, Barack and the girls would sit down for a family dinner with good conversation and healthy food. If we want to splurge, these White and Dark Chocolate Chip Cookies, created by the girls’ godmother, is the perfect special treat.



Martha Stewart’s Chocolate Chip Cookies
Martha’s made many versions of these cookies over the years. Her latest, greatest recipe boasts crisp edges, chewy centers, and best of all, lots and lots of chocolate chips — a whopping 4 1/2 cups go into the batter.



Joanna Gaines’ Chocolate Chip Cookies
The Gaineses share the secret to fluffy and chewy chocolate chip cookies for some family fun while stuck at home. SKC Note: We’ve made these and let me tell you, omg good. Don’t cheat on the room temp butter. It’s an important detail to success. Enjoy!

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