These Copycat Paradise Bakery Chocolate Chippers are soft, chewy and loaded with chocolate chips. Perfect size for when you need a small little treat. But be warned because you can’t stop at one.
If you’re lucky enough to live by a Paradise Bakery, I’m hoping you’ve had one of of their chocolate chip cookies. It is hands down, my all-time favorite chocolate chip cookie in the history of forever.
I know that’s hard to believe because I’m always posting new chocolate chip cookie recipes, but when it comes to store/bakery cookies, Paradise Bakery’s chocolate chip cookie kicks butt! It does cartwheels over Mrs. Fields. I can never eat just one.
Not only is their chocolate chip cookie amazing, but they sell “chippers” which are basically mini-size cookies. They have an oatmeal chocolate chip one and a black and white one which is a chocolate cookie with white chocolate chips. They are both delicious and quite addicting. Because they’re so little you just keep popping them in your mouth and before you know it, you’ve downed half the box (or sometimes the whole box).
When I ran across this recipe for Copycat Paradise Bakery Chocolate Chippers I was slightly ecstatic (ok, more than slightly). I made them the very next morning and then tried to practice self-control from eating them all.
Be careful when eating these, because before you know it, you’ve downed five of them without even blinking. So consider yourself warned.
I bake mine more towards the 9 minute mark just because I like mine slightly soft/undercooked in the middle. If you want yours a little firmer, bake them closer to 10 or 11 minutes, but watch them closely because like I’ve said before, every oven is different.
Make sure not to overfill your cookie scoop. These are supposed to be small, so if your scoop is slightly under-filled then that’s ok. Mine actually turned out slightly bigger than I wanted, but of course that didn’t stop me from eating them :). If you don’t have a small cookie scoop, just use a spoon.
Have a great weekend.Print
Recipe Source: Lil’ Luna