leenorman Posted 1 Mar 2014 , 6:23pm
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I am so tired of "chewy cookies". I want to make crisps cookies but so far all the recipes I have tried come out chewy.  what is the ingredient that causes the cookies to be crisp by increasing or decreasing it?

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leah_s Posted 1 Mar 2014 , 7:19pm
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I always thought it was more of a thickness and baking time thing.  But I avoid crunchy cookies . . .

natt12321 Posted 1 Mar 2014 , 7:22pm
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try a British recipe, I always want a chewy cookie and I have the opposite problem, it took me ages before I realised I was looking in the wrong place, now my cookie recipe is based on an American one instead!

MBalaska Posted 1 Mar 2014 , 8:39pm
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Originally Posted by leenorman 
 

I am so tired of "chewy cookies". I want to make crisps cookies but so far all the recipes I have tried come out chewy.  what is the ingredient that causes the cookies to be crisp by increasing or decreasing it?

 

If your cookie recipe calls for one whole large egg, use two egg whites.  It will make it a bit crisper.

Give it a try.

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