Triple Chip Cookies


I was in the mood for some cookies this weekend. Feel good cookies. Comfort cookies. Something simple and delicious and quick to fix.


I used three kinds of chips in the batter.

And a lot of them.


Like 4.5 cups of them.

White Chips.

Milk Chocolate Chips.

Butterscotch Chips.

Chips. Chips. Chips. Or morsels. Whatever you want to call them… I’m using chips today.


You’ll need to grab a few basics to make these cookies.


I used more brown sugar than regular sugar for extra yumminess.

After mixing all of the ingredients and adding the chips you can use a small scoop to place your dough on the cookie sheet.


Like so.


It helps to get more uniform-sized cookies


By using a 1.5 inch scoop, I managed to get a ton of cookies out of this recipe.


5 dozen cookies to be exact.

Minus the handful from this photo that are already in my tummy.


I really liked the taste of all the extra chips.


It guarantees some in each and every bite.

Triple Chip Cookies
Yield: 5 dozen cookies

Triple Chip Cookies

Prep Time 15 minutes
Cook Time 10 minutes
Total Time 25 minutes


  • 2-3/4 cups all purpose flour
  • 1 teaspoon baking soda
  • 1/2 teaspoon salt
  • 1 cup butter
  • 3/4 cup sugar
  • 1 cup brown sugar
  • 2 teaspoons vanilla
  • 2 eggs
  • 1-1/2 cups milk chocolate chips
  • 1-1/2 cups butterscotch chips
  • 1-1/2 cups white chips


  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees and line baking sheet with parchment paper.
  2. In a large bowl, mix flour, soda and salt with a wire whisk and set aside.
  3. Using a mixer, mix butter and both sugars for about 2 minutes until light and fluffy.
  4. Add eggs and vanilla and mix until thoroughly combined.
  5. Add flour in two additions, scraping down the sides in between. Mix until thoroughly combined.
  6. Mix chips together in large bowl and stir into the cookie batter.
  7. Use a 1.5 inch scoop to place cookie batter 2 inches apart on baking sheet. Bake for about 10-12 minutes.


For 1-1/2 cups of chips you'll need a 10.5 - 12 oz. bag. This will give you a few left over. But you can also get away with using the entire bag in the batter if you like.

Tasting Update: Try baking these closer to 10 minutes. These were crunchy today when I ate one. Or three so far. Just thought I would update you since I usually like softer cookies. Although that hasn't stopped me from continuing to eat them. Yum!



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213 comments on “Triple Chip Cookies”

  1. My grandmother would put a slice of bread in the cookie container as they start to get a little too crispy. It works and will keep the cookies chewy!

  2. I made these for my college food club today and they were a hit! Thanks for the great idea! I did use only a cup of each kind of chip, though. I couldn’t bring myself to use any more than that!

  3. I made these for my college food club today and they were a hit! Thanks for the great idea! I did use only a cup of each kind of chip, though. I couldn’t bring myself to use any more than that!

  4. I made these for my college food club today and they were a hit! Thanks for the great idea! I did use only a cup of each kind of chip, though. I couldn’t bring myself to use any more than that!

  5. THE BEST!!!

    Making them for like the 4th or 5th time, after discovering this page about a month ago :D
    Adding some chopped pecans this time for a little more bulk and crunch!!

  6. I made these for hubby’s company Christmas party. They were a hit. Hubby loves it, however I find it too sweet for my taste, I will use one less cup chips and replace it with either more dark chocolate or use some nuts. Wonder if this same recipe would work for chocolate chunks instead of chips?

  7. I made these as bars. They were delicious!

  8. These are awesome!! Just made them tonight for my cookie exchange tomorrow.

  9. Where do you buy your ice cream scooper? I’ve looked everywhere and can’t find any.

  10. if i make d baking time around 8-9 mins instead of the usual 10-12mins., will it make d cookie softer and chewy?

  11. I’d love to try them but I need some help here.. by “cup” you mean?

    “2 3/4 cup all purpose flour
    1 cup butter” […]

    Thank you to whoever answer^^!

  12. We r jacking them know

  13. My 2 year old has, so far in the two days of school this week, bitten his teacher and a classmate… so I have a batch of these baking right now to send to school with him to try and garner some good will! Apologies are best when they are sweet!

  14. Thanks for sharing the recipe. I enjoyed making them and they were so delicious that i don’t even want to share.

  15. I whipped up a batch of these tonight for my brother in law, whose birthday is Thursday. I didn’t have enough butterscotch chips in the house, so I substituted dark chocolate chips. Still tasted awesome!

  16. Hello! again, I correct my previous comment, and I made mistakes in baking, I did put a lot of dough for each cookie, bake but now I went back to making them thinner and less time in the oven, now you know the subway, but best! Thanks!.

  17. Hello! I do not really like the result, for my taste cookies are dry. Right now I’m eating one! and are not to my liking. Greetings.

  18. i just made these this evening.. they are wonderful!! im not really a baker but i got these to turn out fabUlous!
    thanks for sharing.. <3 your site!

  19. Delicious! Just made a test batch for a cookie exchange.

  20. I made these and they are just as good as they look! I found another website that has some great cookie and crafting ideas that you guys may like.

  21. I made these and my brother said they were the best cookies he’s ever had. They are wonderful-especially underbaked!

  22. I tried them, I LOVE them I will make again!!!! Thank you ma’am. I blogged about it too :)

  23. These look amazing! (well everything really).
    I was wondering if you could help me a little please. I am in the UK and not sure what cup size/measurments to use.
    I’m sure it’ll help me make other great recipes from your blog.
    Thanks in advance,

  24. Thanks for the recipe, turned out fantastic! Yummy!

  25. Just wanted to say that I made these cookies last weekend and they were deemed “the best cookies ever” by my husband and then shared the recipe with my mom and sister, who also loved them!! Excellent recipe. 10 minutes baking time was perfect!

  26. I just made these and all I can say is OMG!!! Best cookies I have ever made. Thanks for such a wonderful recipe :)

  27. i have done these and added the super mini m&ms, very yummy too!

  28. These sound really yummy.. between this and Pioneer Woman’s steak pizza, I predict a high calorie weekend coming on LOL…

    I have a big problem when I use real butter in my cookies.. they are ALWAYS crispy the next day.. and I am a chewy cookie kind of girl. As much as I love real butter and hate the fake stuff.. I admit, I end up buying a box of margarine when I want to make cookies.. and never ever have the problem with crispy crunchy cookies when I use it. Is there a way around this problem and still use real butter? I’ve tried baking for fewer minutes, less flour, more brown sugar, etc. I’ve even tried a suggestion from my sister-in law and put in a tsp of cream of tartar and the suggestion from another friend of adding a box of instant vanilla pudding mix in with the flour.. and all end with the same results if . Crispy cookies. :( What am I doing wrong?

    P.S. Thank you for the 14 layer cake idea..I made it for one of my boys on his birthday back in June and every kid in the neighborhood deemed me the coolest mom EVER for going to that much trouble and making a cake with that many layers. :) It didn’t look as pretty as yours, but it was sure yummy!

  29. I am making these RIGHT NOW!!!! I used milk, bittersweet, and peanut butter chips though – unfortunately I am not the biggest butterscotch fan. : )

  30. I love the variety of chips. I hope I can find them all at my local grocery store. :)

  31. Yum. Perfect for school lunch boxes!

  32. Those look so delicious!

  33. these look delicious! I absolutely love your blog, and can’t help but read all the recipes, despite being completely incompetent in the kitchen!

  34. Wow. So. Many. Chips. Must make ASAP.

  35. I use a cookie scoop all the time – or at least, my husband (the cookie baker) does. It really makes a difference because all of the cookies are the same size so the bake much more evenly.

  36. I have one thing to say about these cookies-OMG!!!! They are sooooo goooood!! Even the dough is good. Thank you for the twist on the traditional chocolate chip cookie-I think these will be the go-to recipe from now on!!

  37. Have you tried cinnamon chips? I use them in tandem with chocolate chips & everything is just more delicious!!!

  38. I love baking and chocolate so i will have to try this recipe!

  39. I made these yesterday for a treat for my husband for our “one month of being married” celebration (yeah we’re cheesey like that). He loved them!

  40. Thanks for the inspiration. I made these this weekend for a board game marathon. I added mini peanut butter cups to ensure the right ration.. more sweets! They were fabulous.

  41. Love these cookies, I just made them! What brand of chips do you recommend? I usually buy nestle but bought Hershey’s since they were on sale and was really disappointed. The butterscotch taste peppery. Weird. Anyway, I still love them and will try again with better chips…

  42. i made these cookies last night… and they are AMAAAZING!!! my kids said they are the best cookie i’ve ever made so far :) thanks for sharing … you already have the greatest ideas….love your site!!!

  43. Wonderful!!!!!

  44. I am 49 years old and have baked thousands of cookies… this is the very first time I have ever gotten the exact same amount of cookies as specified in the recipe! And they looked just like your picture! (The only thing I did that you did not specify was that I put the dough in the fridge for an hour.) They taste and look perfect and are just what I needed to contribute to a school bake sale! THANKS!!!!

  45. I didn’t read through all the previous comments (155), but did anyone mention the numbering system for ice cream scoops (ice cream dishers)? It might be a bit obscure, but I find it helpful rather than relying on scoop diameter alone:

    Either way, yay consistent cookies! And muffins and meatballs and cupcakes and cake balls and truffles and more!

  46. Super easy to make…Super easy to eat. What more could you want in a cookie.

  47. I made these yesterday and took 1/2 to work with me and the other 1/2 is going to work with my husband tonight. They turned out perfectly soft and they are amazing. I think they are my new favorite cookie. Thanks for the great recipes!!

  48. Loved the recipe… but i made one small change, instead of butterscoth i substituted heath bar chips… YUMMM

  49. made these for our “hurricane party” and they were a big hit. and by “big,” i mean i still have a plate leftover. I wanted to substitute peanut butter chips for the butterscotch because thats my fave, but Target right before a hurricane didn’t offer me very many options. it seems other had the same idea….
    and 10 minutes was perfect!

  50. I baked these at 325 degrees and just increased the time a little. My chocolate chips were different shaped then the white and butterscotch so I would buy nestles next time.

  51. i love you so much! found you a few weeks ago and you are now my homepage. i am a kid trying to start a baking business and you are my idol!

  52. Hi!
    They look sooo good.
    You inspired me to write a new blog about sweets, I hope to be at least half as good as you are =)

    ps: I miss you! post something!

  53. I had to try this recipe right away &lucky for me the east coast weather was just asking for some baking. They were DELICIOUS! My family loved them, it’s definitely a recipe I’ll be keeping around. Thanks!!

  54. These look great. How do you get your cookies crunchy? I have made several batches and they always come out soft and chewy.

  55. OH MY GOSH ! Those cookies look so… GOOD ! I keep your recipe to test it !!! <3

  56. These look so yummy! Chocolate chips are my family’s favorites! And the cook must always have a few morsels while baking…to keep your strength up! I love that you use White Lily, I think its the best.

  57. I, too love your photos. When I saw the pics, I knew it was only a matter of time before I made these. They’re in the oven right now. I started with only 1 cup of each of the 3 kinds of chips and added walnuts too. After tasting the first batch, I added more chips and nuts. My favorite cookies are warm out of the oven so I’m sure I’ll eat some from each batch and break out the cold milk! Thanks for the ideas – love your blog!!!!!

  58. Hi,

    i just saw, it´s 1.5 inch :) !


  59. These look so good! Will definitely give them a try this week.

  60. Your pictures are so beautiful that I love lingering on them. I baked the cookies yesterday and they got rave reviews from my niece (who is taking them to her college dorm) and my husband (who won’t be sharing them with anyone). Thank you so much for inspiring all of us who love to bake the world a better place. Blessings to you.

  61. If you put a slice of bread in the air tight container with your cookies it will soften them right up!

    I love soft cookies but I have the hardest time knowing when to take them out in time.

  62. I have spent days looking over this site and I have to say that you are amazing and so talented!! Thank you for all the tips and ideas. I am addicted now :)))

  63. Oh my goodness!!!! These cookies are DELICIOUS!!! I am eating them as I type and I must say… these cookies will deffenently go on my list of BEST cookies!!!! I love the taste of all three of the chips. Bakerella… you did it again….keep up the amazing work!!

  64. I love your blog. I check to see what new creations you come up with almost everyday. I wish I could make my cookies look that good. It would be so cool to have your job

  65. Hi there,

    can you tell me please, which size of cookie scoop you use ?
    I have one in 2 inch but thats to big !


  66. I made these today and they were FABULOUS! Thumbs up from all the kids. Thanks for sharing this great recipe!

  67. I like softer cookies too and these look great, but have found that 2 eggs sometimes makes them more cakey, and 1 egg makes them more soft and gooey? I have lately been making mine with 1 egg and love the consistency!

  68. I make some cookies similar to these but with oatmeal and they are always the guy’s favorite cookies! I always make them for my boyfriends buddies etc. I can’;t wait to try this version!
    Hope all is well!

  69. La verdad es que acabo de dar con tu blog, viendote en otro del que sigo y además ya te he visto en anteriores ocasiones, pero somos tantos…que no siempre hay tiempo para detenernos, pero hoy me paro con calma y me detengo a ojearlo, es bueno e interesante, me encantará visitarte con frecuencia.
    Puedes visitar el mio: y en face si lo tienes, está a mi nombre; elena Zulueta De Madariaga

    Me alegra haber entrado hoy

    un saludo

  70. this is inspiring for sure! As is everything you do. i’d love to know what kind of cookie sheet you use? I can’t seem to find a good one I like. Or maybe it’s just me!

  71. My kids and I made these this morning. They are wonderful! Thanks for sharing!

  72. Your photos are amazing !
    And the cookies look so delicious !

  73. I’ve made them for a birthday party. They were delicious! Thanks for the recipe

  74. OK, so I have always had “Cookie Envy” when other people share delicious, homemade chocolate chip cookies–because mine never turn out–ever! UNTIL NOW!! Seriously, I’m now making my second batch because these cookies are AMAZING!! Any cookie tastes great when it’s hot out of the oven, but the real test is if it’s still good the next day. These are still soft & DELISH!! Thank you so much–really, you have no idea how much this means to me. oxoxoxo

  75. Beautiful looking cookies! Can’t wait to bake these for work (they love sweets).

  76. The picture of the different kinds of chips is a great desktop background picture. Yummy!!!

    I’m definitely bookmarking this recipe!

  77. Bakerella, I am soo happy to see you back in action and baking and posting every week! Those look so delicious!

  78. Yummy! Made one batch with peanut butter chips in place of the butterscotch chips and one batch exactly per the recipe… After almost od’ing on triple chip cookies I think I have decided I like the peanut butter ones better, they are slightly less sweet. But they are both so fantastic it’s hard to make an absolute decision :)

  79. My family isn’t a huge fan of butterscotch. I think cinnamon chips would also be really good. :)

  80. Oh wow…..those look so great….yummy….

    Lg Sandra

  81. I love your photos! If you sold your photography I’d frame that last one of all the chips, such a great shot. I love your straws too – super cute! I’m sure the cookies are amazing too :)

  82. I need one of those scoopers! I seriously cannot believe how I have lived this long, and made hundreds and hundreds of cookies withOUT this tool!

    Also, I bet these triple chip cookies are the BEST!

  83. I made these today and they are FANTASTIC!!!! I’m a huge fan of the massive amounts of chips :)

  84. How about making them quadruple chip cookies by adding peanut butter chips too! Sounds like 4x’s the yummy :)

  85. I love love love cookies and triple chip sounds right up my alley!

  86. @bakerella, I’ve been making these for a while now but I add fresh orange zest to the batter (from one orange)! it really blows everyones minds! SOSOSOSOSOOOOO good!
    PLEASE try it!!! let me know what you think:)

  87. Thanks a bunch for this recipe. I made them last night for a treat tray for a co-workers going away party. They will now be my “go to” recipe. I did not have butterscotch chips so I subbed peanut butter chips. Used my 1-1/2″ scoop and put them on the parchment paper. 10 minutes was just perfect. A nice golden brown on the bottom. I got closer to 7 dozen out of this. Can’t wait to try it with some plain M&Ms! Thanks again!!

  88. Right now I’m on a diet and I don’t know why I’m looking at your blog!!

  89. Yummy! I wish we had butterscotch chips her in Norway!

  90. Cookie Monster would approve!


    As an aside; a good trick to keeping cookies soft is putting a piece of bread in the cookie jar with them! i have NO IDEA how this works, but I’ve used it with great success.

  91. Angie I made these cookies and OMG they are deliciounousssss I love then. I posted on my site your recipe . Thank you .


  92. My favorite thing to do with this kind of cookie is use less butter and add marshmallows. I end up with a smore cake-cookie. Mmmm.

  93. I was going through my baking cupboard the other day and discovered I had 2.5 bags of butterscotch chips hanging out in there. I also know I have part of a bag of white chocolate chips and some milk chocolate chips, too. I think I know what I’ll be making tomorrow!

  94. Yummy! I love butterscotch…will have to try making these. :)

  95. I made these a few months ago but not with he white chips and my family LOVED them.

  96. My Grammie taught me a wonderful trick to keeping cookies soft… just place a piece of bread or two in the container with the cookies once the cookies are cool. The moisture from the bread goes into the cookies making the cookies soft for days! Try it… you’ll see that it works!

  97. I’ve made triple chip cookies too, but I usually use PB instead of butterscotch! Yum!

  98. MMMMMMM….thanks so much for the recipe! My family would thank you too, but they aren’t allowed to talk with cookies in their mouths. ;)

  99. This will definitely be the next thing I bake. SN: I am super happy that you are back to regular posts, it shows that you are doing well =)

  100. I was thinking about making these and shipping them to a deployed friend. Everything that I have read says to make chewy cookies to mail overseas….would these be too crunchy, even if I only bake for 10 min? I don’t want him to get a bag full of rocks!

  101. Boy, I wish I was your next door neighbor!! those look fabouloso!

  102. Those look like awesome cookies for ice cream sandwiches. Yum!

  103. Excellent cookies look absolutely amazing, have fun my taste, are very beautiful, hugs.

  104. MMM those look so yummy!! I love butterscotch chips in my cookies but I wonder how they would taste with milk chocolate and white chocolate chips. Only one way to find out…

  105. VERY YUMMY! But for me, no white chocolate thanks, just dark dark chocolate.

  106. mmmmmm i made these yesterday evening. It took a lot of chopping since i couldn’t find chocolat chips, but after that and a little mixing and baking: 75(!!!!) delicious cookies lay all over the kitchen.

  107. all i can say is yummmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm

  108. These look incredible! I know what I’m making next!

    Haha, and I’m way too excited about the fact that we seem to have the same measuring cups.

  109. I’m so hungry for butterscotch chips. Had them in a cookie last week. YUM.

  110. just in time for me to start baking them for teachers’ day! thanks for sharing, angie!!

  111. Don’t these sound yummy! I just made some Chocolate Chocolate Chip Espresso Cookies that I added 24 ounces of chips to. They too were delightful! I like the combination of all your chips. Fun and confusing to the palate I’m sure!

  112. If you want a little softer cookie, you may need to cut back on the flour, or measure it differently. If you scoop and sweep, you may be over weight. Weigh your flour to get accurate measure. 1 cup = 4.4 oz or 125 grams.

  113. Look delicious!!!! Yum Yum YUM!

  114. Oh, just kill me now. These cookies look dangerous.

  115. Butterscotch chock chips??? They sound delicious! Im off to find a supplier in Sydney!!

  116. Some peanut butter chips would probably be good as well!

  117. These are FABULOUS! I just love all your pictures…they always make me want to try the recipes! So wonderful!

  118. Delicious!!!! I love the cookies

  119. Hi Angie,

    I am Nancy Hinchman’s sister. Think I might have met you many years ago. Wanted to thank you for this great recipe. My husband and I have a son at the Citadel in SC and I send cookies each week. This will be something new!

    Thanks again,

  120. Monica – Soft yesterday and crunchy today, but in a good way.
    Next time I’ll try baking them a little less.

    Kipi – glad you enjoyed them!

    Hope they come out better next time, but the mixture is more like a thick batter than a dough.

  121. I made these today and they didn’t turn out too good ! I halved the recipe and converted it into Grams so I suspect it was a fault on my part; the batter was very sticky and not ‘doughy’ but what came out the oven still tasted nice! I’m sure I will have another go, using the right recipe without changing anything ;)

  122. Yum!! Such a yummy and simple recipie! I’m going to make them with the kids after school! Thanks for the tip on staying closer to 10 min, I like my cookies softer too. But, just throw a piece of bread in with yours, seal it up, and they’ll be soft again in a few hours (which I’m sure you already knew! But I learned that trick from my mom).

  123. I like soft cookies too. I use half butter and half shortening stick in my chocolate chip cookies and only cook them 9 minutes. They are a little soft in the middle when I pull them out, but after a couple minutes cooling on the pan, and then on the rack, they are firm enough not to fall apart…and still soft the next day. Mmm. I was thinking of making cookies; this confirms the need. :)

  124. Made these today…oh so good! I added about a half a cup of shredded coconut. Yummy!

  125. are they soft or crunchy? anyway they look so good! I also mix the chips when i make brownies, dark, milk and withe chocolate, they turn so soft on the inside.
    hope you are doing well!

  126. the photo of the chocolate chips! so crisp and clear!

  127. Yummy! By the way! did you know about pioneer woman and her new show! Im so watching!

  128. Fun post! I have never mixed chip flavors and now I must try it!

    Thanks Bakerella, you’re the sweeeeetest!

  129. They look yummylicious! Are those kind of soft?

  130. These look yummy! I love the chip combo. And so nice to see you back baking again!

  131. My! My! My! Thank you for this recipe!

  132. These looks so delicious!

  133. Yum! I think I would swap the butterscotch chips for peanut butter ones. Now that would be amazing!

  134. I am such a fan of the butterscotch chip! Yummy oatmeal butterscotch is my signature cookie. But oh my fattness these look sooo delish!

  135. OMG thats look beautiful, im not a fan of chocolate chip cookies. but I bet I would love this ones, so bad im on diet and cant do this right now :( is to much temptation and I broke it yet with the peanut butter cream pie :P but im gonna put on my agenda for a next “free day” :) hugs

  136. Mmmmm chocolate chips.. but those look AMAZING :P

  137. They sound fab! But, I’m a chocolate girl. I like Kelsey’s idea of dark, semi-sweet and milk chocolates. Yummy!

  138. This is the triple chip cookies recipe in the entire world!! I tried it today, and it was superb!! my kids adore it… thank you!! :)

  139. It seems delicious…;)

  140. Oooh, sometime I should try to make quintuple chip cookies – include peanut butter chips and mint chips. Ooh, or maybe mix up the kinds of chocolate chips used – mix dark, semi-sweet, and milk chocolate together.

    Now I wanna bake cookies!

  141. I have found the recipe I will make the MINUTE I pop out this baby! I have Gestational Diabetes and so not able to enjoy – YET!

  142. Why must you tempt a hungry pregnant woman!? OMG these look amazing! :)

  143. These look so wonderful!!! And love the Pampered Chef scoop, tray and square bowl!!

  144. Looks yummy! I’ll definitely try these out this weekend. :-)

  145. That sounds soooo yummy and looks delicious. My mouth is watering, looks like a trip to the store is needed. :)

  146. How beautiful is that pic of all the yummy chips. Ahh wish I had some for breakfast right now!

  147. Yummy! I always make my cookies with chocolate and buttterscotch chips — something about that combo is just perfect. But now I’m inspired to try a batch with white chips….any excuse to make cookies! :-)

  148. these look great, have to try, think I will add the peanut butter chips also!

  149. SOOOO yummy! I have been doing well watching the sugar intake but I might have to make an exception for these. :D Will repost on facebook to share.

    The Lee Craft Table

  150. These look sooooooooo tasty! The combination of the 3 flavors of chips would be amazing! These are now on the “must try” list :)

  151. Wow, those sound and look amazing! I think I might have to make those this week.

  152. Another great recipe from Thanks Bakerella!

  153. Bookmarking these right now! I love a cookie with lots of chips! :)

  154. I love the idea of the scoop. These look amazing with the 3 chips!

  155. These look fantastic. Hope you are well! xoxox

  156. do you know what your 1.5″ scoop translates too? i have a 1.5 tsp scoop and a 2 tbsp scoop.


  157. so excited to have an update from Bakerella! especially since you made the most beautiful cookies… I can turn down cake, ice cream, or pie, but I can never turn down a cookie… especially ones that look as yummy as those do. I’ll definitely be making those soon!

  158. Those look divine! The weather here turned cool today so they look like a great idea today! ;)

  159. Good to see you using White Lily flour. Must be a good Southern girl!

  160. so glad that you are feeling up to baking this babies!
    continue to regain & renew.

  161. I NEED that baking soda container! I wonder how long before I have to wait to get it in stores here in Oklahoma? Darn cardboard is no good.

  162. Can’t go wrong with extra chocolate. Now I want cookies as my post-breakfast snack!

  163. I have made this type of cookie before but just using butterscotch chips and chocolate chips but have been discouraged to do it again because the buuerscotch chips seem to have melted and on the bottom of the cookie gotten hard like crispy but not in a good way. I’ve used Guittard butterscotch chips. Have u ever experianced this sort of thing? Maybe it was the brand? Any ideas? By the way I love your blog, you’ve really inspired me to do so many things that I’ve so much enjoyed!

  164. 4.5 cups of chips! Wowzers…that is alot! They look delicious though :)

  165. You can’t go wrong with cookies! I love my cookie dough scoop, it is one of my favorite kitchen tools!

  166. Looks delish! I’m going to have to try these. My little cookie monster will love these. :) (but what 2 year old litlle boy wouldn’t?)

  167. Looks lovely, all the way from Norway!!

  168. YUMMMMM, want to make those today!!!

  169. Yum!! I want to make them now haha

  170. Te han quedado estupendas, con estas pepitas de tres chocolates resultan irresistibles.

  171. Glad to see you’re feeling better!!! :)

  172. pass me a plate full, they look wonderful!

  173. I always use multiple chips. Some times I substitute white chips, dried cranberries and orange zest. YUM!!!

  174. Oooo….I have always loved chocolate chip and butterscotch, so I must try the additional white chocolate chips!

  175. Yum!! Those look fantastic!

  176. yum! do you have a cookie sheet that you like?

  177. i have to make these!

  178. Yum! Those look amazing. And the great thing about small cookies is … you can eat more of them. :)

  179. Wow looks yummy. Can’t wait to make them. So glad you’re back to baking. Hope you and your mom are doing well!!!

  180. it’s so refreshing seeing you baking some more =) I hope they fulfilled their ‘feel good’ purpose

  181. Awesome! I have two friends birthdays this week… am totally making this and splitting with them and som eother families! YUM!

  182. Wow!!! Now that’s a Chocolate chipS cookies!!! I have never tried butterscotch!

  183. I can practically smell them here in Utah where I live. Yum!!!!!

  184. I make these cookies, but I’ve always made them with the addition of toffee peices and mini marshmallows.

    so tasty. (:

  185. These look so yummy. So gonna try this! Love all your ideas.

  186. I am making these very very soon!!!! Might throw some peanut butter chips in there. Yum!!!

  187. I love making triple chip cookies! Your pictures are delicious; makes me want to go bake some right now!


  188. oh no! now i want to make them!!

  189. mmmmmmmmhhhhhhhh!!! i want one of the dozens now :P

  190. Although I don’t like chocolate chip cookies, these photos are great. Makes me want to make some cookies…snickerdoodle, oatmeal, ranger, pumpkin mmmm

  191. Bakerella,does everything you touch turn into baking gold?

    I am sad because I just spent 3 hours in my kitchen making caramel cupcakes with salted chocolate ganache,which should be amazing, but the chocolate is too overpowering and I don’t have the time or energy to give it another go just yet. It was fun to make them and taste everything as I went though. :)

    I am going to pick up some butterscotch chips next time I am at the grocery. As always, thanks for sharing.

  192. Mmmm! I wonder what they would be like with peanut butter chips subbed in for the butterscotch chips?

  193. Those look so good- I think they could convince me to like white chocolate chips!

  194. Looks awesome! Yummmmy!

  195. My go-to chocolate chip cookies has all three of these chips in them! It’s so fantastical!! Love to see that others agree.

  196. Not sure I’d have even made it past the dough sampling. Looks very yummy!

  197. Mmm, jealous. We don’t get butterscotch chips here in Australia. Like I said. Jealous. Mmmmmmmmmmm

  198. Can’t wait to make these in about 9 hours. The combination sounds wonerful. Will let yiou know in about 9 and 1/2 hours.

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