• 1 cup of cold butter (unsalted)
  • 1 cup of packed brown sugar
  • 1 cup of unpowdered sugar
  • 2 big room temperature fresh eggs  
  • 1 1/2 teaspoons of pure extract of vanilla
  • 2 1/2 cups of flour of multi-purpose
  • 2 teaspoons of corn-starch
  • 1 teaspoon of soda of baking
  • 1 teaspoon of ground salt
  • 1 cup of low-sugar chips of chocolate chips (keep some more for extra topping)
  • 1 cup chunks of chocolate chunks (keep some extra)


  1. Prepare the baking tray; grease a preparing sheet with material paper or a salad tangle. Put aside. Next, in a microwave the butter for about 20 seconds until it softens.
  2. Bring a bowl, of a blender fitted with an oar connection, including the softened butter and the two sugars. Blend on high medium speed until completely joined, around 1-2 minutes. Switch the blender to low medium speed and include eggs each one in turn and blend until the point that simply consolidated. Include vanilla and blend until consolidated. Don’t over-mix. In a different pot, include flour, corn-starch, soda of baking and salt. Speed to join.
  3. Blend it up, in a blender. Add all dry fixings to the stand blender bowl and blend until completely fused. Crease in chocolate chips and chocolate lumps. Conceal the bowl with cling wrap and let it set in the refrigerator for no less than 1-2 hours or medium-term.
  4. Preheat the oven. Don’t forget to pick a properly working oven. After picking the oven, preheat it to a temperature to 350 degrees F (200 degree Celsius). Preheating the oven can save your valuable time.

  1. Prepare the next, expel treat mixture from freezer and scoop out 1/4 measure of cookie batter. Fold batter into a ball; at that point tear it fifty-fifty. Smash the mixture balls back together, tore side up. Repeat with the outstanding mixture, dividing them around 2 to 3-inches separated on the treat sheet so they have space to spread. 
  2. Now in the preheated broiler bake the mix for 10-12 minutes or until the point that edges are set and the focal point of the treats still look half-cooked. Turn the sheet at the 6-minute check so the treats can heat equitably. 
  3. Remove from broiler and quickly squeeze more chocolate chips and pieces to finish everything. Permit to cool on the prepared sheet for 15 minutes, at that point exchange to a wire rack to cool totally. Rehash with residual treats.
  4. Give it a final touch, the ready cookies are best served hot and fresh, however, you can store the scraps in a hermetically sealed compartment at room temperature.


  • If you heat the cookies immediately, they will spread too rapidly and straighten. Cooling the batter results in a treat that spreads less, is tougher and versatile tastes better.
  • Utilizing a blend of chocolate chips and chocolate pieces, yet on the off chance that you can’t discover chocolate lumps don’t hesitate to utilize all chocolate chips.