These large bakery-style brown butter chocolate chip cookies are sure to put a big smile on your face. Each bite is packed with a rich toffee flavor, gooey chocolate chips, and crunchy pecans.
If you like cookies with a crisp exterior, chewy, moist center, and toffee-like flavors then you’re in for a real treat! The trick to this recipe is to transform regular butter into a divine liquified browned butter.
Just by spending a few extra minutes of heating on the stove, the milk solids develop incredible butterscotch flavors that bake into each bite.
This recipe is adapted from my chewy chocolate chip cookies but adds crunchy pecans and a toffee-like flavor from the brown butter. It’s reminiscent of the classic store-bought Nestle Toll House version that you slice from the tube and simply pop into the oven, but way better!…
Filed Under: American, Christmas, Cookies, Family Friendly, Feed A Crowd, Freezer Friendly, Kid Friendly, Make Ahead, Recipes, Sweets Tagged With: baking soda, brown sugar, butter, chocolate, eggs, flour, pecans, salt, sugar, vanilla