Now you have done the precision, now you must have a little patience, because this is an important step. Put your sheet in the freezer, then turn the oven on to 375 degrees. While those are chilling, and the oven is heating, scoop the second sheet of cookies, and put them in the freezer as well. When the oven is heated, your dough should have enough time to get cold. Put them in the oven for 9 minutes. When them come out, they should look just barely browned, and you might say to yourself, "these aren't done" they are done! take them out and let them cool on the cookie sheet. If your oven cooks hot, you may want to do 8 min. If they are gold brown, too cooked.
These will make the perfect chewy chocolate chip cookies, that not only will be good hot, but good the next day too. If you want to learn the science behind this cookie recipe, I adapted most of it from here.
Lucky for me I brought plenty off treats because Lisa invited to whole world to see her baby come out of the baby hole! She had me, my mom, her best friend, 2 sister-in-law,'s her mother- in-law, her husband and her four children. It was a rocking party! Watching a baby come into the world was absolutely one of the coolest things I have ever experienced. I cried more watching it then pushing out my own babies. It was incredible! What a miracle! So good on ya Lisa, you did good! I was so excited, I forgot to even ask what they named him!
Admit it all you "I am done!" mothers out there, this picture below makes you want another one, just a little bit ("a little bit" is very little in my case, but is there none the less) .