The Best Chocolate Chip Cookies Ever

This is my favorite chocolate chip cookie recipe. I've used it for years and it makes the best chocolate chip cookies ever.


best chocolate chip cookies
I realise there are thousands of chocolate chip cookie recipes on the Internet. There are also probably hundreds of recipes out there that claim to make the best chocolate chip cookies ever, so adding mine shouldn't have been a priority for me. Yet here we are, with me talking about the best ever chocolate chip cookies. See, the recipe I'm sharing today is one I've been using for years now. When I say years, I think it's been over eight years now. I can't remember where I found it, and I wouldn't even be able to find it again, as it's changed so much over the years.

Free Printable : Holiday Gift Tags for Baked Goodies

Free printable Holiday gift tags for baked goodies and Christmas food gifts.



I've shared free printable recipe cards, Holiday baking planners, Christmas cupcake toppers, so now it's onto free printable gift tags that you can use for all those cookies you're planning on gifting ! There are nine different gift tag designs, including Merry Christmas/Joyeux Noël, Happy Holidays/Joyeuses Fêtes, and Baked with Love.

How to download and print your free printable Holiday gift tags :

● Click the download link below.
● Click the arrow (top right corner) to save the file.
● Open the document.
● Print the document on A4 (21cm x 29,7cm/8.3in x 11.7in) size paper.
● Cut the gift tags.


Let me know if you download these Holiday gift tags !
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Coquille de Noël (French Christmas Brioche)

Coquille de Noël is a French Christmas brioche. Originally from Northern France, this brioche will be perfect on your Christmas Day breakfast table !


French Christmas brioche recipe
I feel like my duty as a French dessert blogger is to share French recipes. I mean, it makes sense, right ? As a result, today's recipe is a traditionnal French Christmas recipe.

French Christmas brioche recipe
Coquille de Noël is a brioche from Northern France (by the way, this tarte au sucre is another recipe from Northern France - can you guess where I live ?). This brioche is only available in stores around the Holidays (which is a shame because it's delicious). When you start seeing coquilles in stores, you know Christmas is coming.

French Christmas brioche recipe
This Christmas brioche, shaped as a swaddled baby Jesus, is a staple of Christmas day breakfast or Holiday snacks. In elementary school, before Christmas break, we'd get a little bag filled with chocolate, an orange or a clementine and a coquille. It's not Christmas if we haven't eaten our weight in coquille de Noël - at least in my house.