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How to make Chocolate Chip Cookies for Two

Chocolate Chip Cookies

There are times when you just need a cookie NOW.

Today’s recipe yields two big cookies, similar in taste and texture to the ones you’d buy at the mall, but much healthier! The cookies come together almost instantly—no stand mixer needed, and no rolling out dozens of cookie dough balls. These are super soft and gooey, straight out of the oven!

Cookies for Two Healthy Chocolate Chip Cookies

Share with a friend, or eat one now and keep the other one for later. There’s nothing like going through the day knowing a soft chocolate chip cookie is waiting for you at home!

Healthy Chocolate Chip Cookies

How to make Chocolate Chip Cookies for Two

Category: Healthy Cookies.

  • 3 tbsp plus 1 tsp spelt or all-purpose flour (or 4 tbsp oat flour) (30g)
  • scant 1/8 tsp salt
  • scant 1/8 tsp baking soda
  • 2 tsp coconut sugar (or regular brown sugar)
  • 2 tsp evaporated cane juice (or regular sugar)
  • 3-4 tsp chocolate chips
  • 1 tbsp plus 1 tsp coconut or vegetable oil (14g)
  • 1/2 tsp pure vanilla extract
  • 1 tsp milk of choice

Preheat a toaster oven to 325 degrees F, or a regular oven to 350, and grease a tray. In a cereal bowl, combine first six ingredients and stir extremely well. Add wet, and stir to form a dough. Break dough into two equal balls (or 4 balls, if you’d prefer smaller cookies), and smush into cookie shapes. Place cookies with some space between them, as they will grow as they cook. Bake 11 minutes in the toaster, or 7-8 minutes in an oven. They should still be a little undercooked when you take them out, so let them sit 5 minutes before removing from the tray.

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How to make chocolate chip cookies for two people.

Question of the Day:

Do you have a  favorite “tried and true” chocolate chip cookie recipe?

In terms of how to make chocolate chip cookies, everyone seems to have a different idea about what makes the perfect chocolate chip cookie. Some people like soft cookies, some prefer crispy cookies. Some swear by adding cornstarch to their chocolate chip cookies. I’ve never tried it, but supposedly it makes the cookies extra chewy. For a bigger-batch recipe, I use my recipe for Flourless Chocolate Chip Cookies, which yields cookies that are somehow chewy, soft, and crispy all at the same time!

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Published on June 20, 2013

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  1. Sara K. says

    Yes!! I had found another recipe for two chocolate chip cookies (which I haven’t gotten around to trying yet), but I was hoping you would make one without eggs! Thanks Katie!

  2. Nicole says

    This is perfect for my picnic date I have planned for tonight :D. Gourmet Mac n’ Cheese, with two perfect cookies for dessert? Can’t wait to make them!

    • Julie says

      I made these tonight with a couple substitutions..
      no sugar(well, no ACTUAL sugar..)
      used stevia(about 2/3 of a little packet)
      and I used 6 tbsps of sweetened(thus some sugar) shredded coconut
      I also used coconut milk, and doubled the recipe.

      AND…I baked them on the bbq! 😉 they turned out heavenly! 🙂

      • Louisa says

        Baked on BBQ? How did that happen? I would love to try that sometime, just because my little toaster oven can only bake around 6 of these cookies at once.

  3. Sandy says

    Place them in a toaster!? You mean the same thing I use to toast bread? If yes, that would be amazing! Better than wasting energy heating up my oven just for 2 cookies
    I try not to waste energy 🙂
    P.s. I live in Australia so we might be using different terminology

  4. Am says

    Thanks for this recipe! It was great to make only 2 cookies! I didn’t have any chocolate chips (*gasp*), so I used pecans instead. Delicious!

  5. Alanna says

    I’ve always preferred my cookies to be a little crispy… not the hard, chip-a-tooth-and-crumbs-fall-everywhere type, but with a slight crust to the outside and chewy on the inside. I know lots of people love the still gooey cookies straight from the oven, but not me. I do love the idea of doing these in a toaster oven, though! It always seems like a waste of electricity to heat up my huge oven for a small batch of baked goods, so the toaster oven is perfect. Sadly I don’t have one, but my boyfriend does! 🙂

  6. Kaylee says

    I like GOOEY cookies . . . My dad makes the best. I have no idea what he does but no matter how many times I watch him and use the exact same recipe, mine never turn out the same . . . It’s not just taste either, his are gooey thick goodness. Mine are are flat and crispy . . . and though my husband loves flat and crispy I do not . . . 🙂

  7. Susan says

    I love this concept. They would make a great snack for probably everyone but me – I usually get hungry too fast when I eat snacks that are mostly carb, and since my snack calorie allowance is 200, I couldn’t really add protein. I will save this recipe, though, because I know these cookies would make my husband happy. And I might find a way to add protein powder and then just eat less. 🙂

  8. Hannah @ TalesFromTheLastFrontier says

    Love this! Sometimes I just want to whip up a quick cookie for the hubby and I. Such a good idea! Personally, I don’t have a go-to cookie recipe. Probably because I am still experimenting with dessert recipes and am still having so much fun trying out different ones 🙂

  9. Lisa says

    Definitely the perfect serving.
    I always like single recipes…well, for one since I’m single;)
    another, I think they’re more fun that way because you can make different flavors all the time that way.
    I honestly can’t even remember the last chocolate chip cookie I had, so I’m not sure if there’s a tried and true method for me…mostly anything with dark chocolate is good enough for me.

  10. Alisha @ Gluten Free Perspective says

    Love this!! Having an entire pan of cookies laying around the house is definitely dangerous. I have no willpower against baked goodies so I will definitely take advantage of this one.

  11. Laura Miller says

    These look really good!

    I’m not exactly vegan, so my tried and true recipe does contain eggs, but no butter. I use basically the toll house cookie recipe with a few of my own twists, one of them being vegetable shortening. They come out super soft and fudgey and gooey, and they stay soft for a solid week!(Maybe more, we’ve never been able to test it though…) So yeah, we like soft cookies in my house. We also use the big scoops(like, muffin scoops) for the dough. The bigger the cookies, the better they seem to cook. Everyone says the cookies look HUGE, but they don’t look all that much bigger to me.

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  13. CP says

    Love most of your recipes Katie, (maybe I’m the only non-fan of cookie dough and colored sprinkles?) would you consider adding a “print” button like other websites that offer great recipes do? I’m not printing on paper but would love to save your recipes for later in a doc to use when I’m not online. Most print functions on other pages allow you to save a doc without all of the extras that are on a page- they would include your logo, recipe, a photo and nutritional info, but not the adverts and comments. Thanks for considering this-

  14. Delia says

    Katie, this is like the fifth recipe that I’m making from your blog and I gotta say this is delicious!! Thank you for making healthier versions of my all time favorite desserts; as an individual with a family diabetic background your recipes have saved my health from my sweet tooth! 🙂

  15. Nicole @ FruitnFitness says

    This cookie for two is perfect! I know I can’t be the only one who has a hard time staying away from cookies once I have made them. Two cookies to eat would be easier than trying to avoid huge batches of them.

  16. Jordan says

    Hi Katie! I love your recipes and your personality; I would love to see you on YouTube in the near future! wink, wink

  17. Dalia says

    I saw this recipe after eating 3 oz of pasta and veggies. For some reason I decided that I had to make it right away and I swear I had plans to save three of them, but instead ended up having a 900 calorie lunch. (Im not feeling the guilt yet though!) I have a favorite chocolate chip cooke recipe but it makes 80 servings and whenever ive tried to split it, its never turned out right so i only make it on rare occasions! Thanks for this Katie 🙂

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