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125 Best Chocolate Chip Recipes
Robert Rose Inc
Published: September 2003
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Michelle Moran, The Gourmet Retailer 07/2003
Will surely merchandise well in any baking department.
About the Author
Julie Hasson is a pastry chef, caterer and recipe developer. She regularly contributes articles and recipes to Cooking
Light, Bon Appetit and Vegetarian Times.
All resistance is futile.
Nestle(tm) first invented chocolate morsels (the first chocolate chip) in 1939, after discovering the first chocolate chip cookie recipe which was
created at the Toll House Inn in Massachusetts by Ruth Wakefield. With a deal for the rights to the recipe The Famous Toll House Cookie was born.
You will be amazed by all of the delicious opportunities the chocolate chip delivers. Chocolate
chips are specially formulated to retain their taste in any recipe and give off bursts of intense flavor during the cooking process.
125 Best Chocolate Chip Recipes features superb, imaginative and fail-safe recipes for cookies, cakes, pies,
breads, puddings, bars and squares, muffins, hot and cold beverages and extraordinary sauces. For hot summer days, imagine a Blended Mocha Frappe or Chocolate Malted Moothie. For cold winter nights, there is a Hot Chocolate Chai Latte. Start the day
right with Chocolate Chip Oat Breakfast Biscuits, Chocolate Chip Hotcakes or Chocolate Orange French Toast for a weekend brunch. Children will adore the Chocolate Mousse Filled Cupcakes, Chocolate Dipped Pretzels and Chocolate Chip Cherry Bars. Adults
will swoon over the Chocolate Espresso Lava Cake that was featured on the Today Show. If you find yourself with a bumper crop of zucchini, be sure to make Double Chocolate Zucchini Cake.
Cookie recipes include The Quintessential Chocolate Chip
Cookie, Double Chocolate Mint Chunkers and Chocolate Dipped Coconut Macaroons. These recipes are so good that the cookies will never make it to a cookie jar.
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