Chocolate Chip Cookies are an absolutely huge crowd favorite and easily one of the most popular cookie recipes. There are many methods to prepare this easy recipe based on your preferences.
Do you prefer a flat, crisp, thin, and chewy cookie or a giant, soft, chewy cookie? I prefer both. However, I prefer to bake chewy and soft.
Apart from the texture, there are plenty of different ways to spice up the classic cookie recipe. This simple Chocolate Chip Cookie recipe is made with maple syrup, which gives the flavor of maple syrup, making the cookies appealing and distinct.
Where is Maple Syrup’s Origin? Where Does Maple Syrup Come
Maple syrup can be produced using the sap of different maple trees like red or sugar maple. The sap is removed from the trees by drilling holes into the tree’s trunks.
The majority of the water is then evaporated by boiling. This results in the syrup, which has a more robust flavor than sap before processing.
It was originally created by indigenous tribes from North America, where the trees are located, then adopted by European colonists.
It’s a well-known item in both the United States and Canada.
Maple Syrup To Make Baking
Maple is an excellent flavor that can be enjoyed all year long. When I think of maple, I typically visualize a large maple leaf-shaped bottle from an area like Vermont and Canada. These are destinations that are gorgeous in all seasons!
Maple syrup is an excellent natural sweetener. It is graded and may vary in flavor and color. It can range from a light golden hue to a darker and deep hue. Every type of maple syrup comes with a distinctly different flavor.
Pure maple syrup is best used for baking, it is not the maple syrup you can find in supermarkets with many other ingredients.
Make sure you choose the pure syrup of maple when you use it for baking. This will provide the most flavorful possible for your cookies.
Like honey, Maple is frequently used as to substitute for refined sugar. Although both possess a slight advantage in nutritional value, however, they’re not necessarily healthier.
However, the taste of maple syrup could permit less sugar to be utilized as refined sugar. It also contains certain anti-oxidants and minerals.
Like vanilla extract, Maple syrup is used to flavor the cookies, and for this particular recipe, it does not affect the result of the texture of the cookies.
Maple Syrup substitute: Maple Extract
Maple syrup provides a slight taste to the cookies. Try adding maple extract if you’re looking for a more intense maple taste.
Maple extract is an enhanced form of maple, and it is a more concentrated flavor and a more pronounced flavor. The extract of maple is an excellent maple syrup replacement. However, it should be used in smaller amounts.
Maple Syrup Chocolate Chip Cookie Baking Tips
If you want to add more maple taste, you can also add syrup made from maple. The maple extract is much stronger than maple syrup, so just a teaspoon is required.
This recipe would be great addition to nuts such as walnuts or pecans. You can make use of any type of nuts. They should be 1/4 cup or less per.
White chocolate chunks or chocolate chips can be used instead of the choc chips.
If you’re making them in the autumn (or simply love the fall season!), you can add a dash of Pumpkin Pie seasoning or cinnamon.
The dough used in this recipe is a little sticky. To keep it from sticking to the baking sheet, use parchment paper, a baking sheet coated with oil, or a silicone baking pan ( our favorite is this one).
Make sure not to overcook your cookie. They should be just slightly brown in the middle. Be sure to check them just a little before the suggested baking time.
How to Create Chocolate Chip Cookies Using Maple Syrup
Step 1: Preheat the oven to 350°F, and then gather all your food items.
Step 2: In a large bowl, mix salt and flour and put aside.
Step 3: In an additional bowl, cream the butter, brown sugar, white sugar as well as maple syrup until smooth as well as smooth.
Step 4: Add the vanilla extract and eggs. Mix thoroughly.
Step 5: Add dry ingredients to wet ingredients, mixing until they are well-combined.
Step 6: Fold into choc chips.
Step 7: Bake cookies for 8-10 minutes.
Chocolate Chip Cookies with Maple Syrup
yield: 12 Time to prepare: 15 minutes Cooking time: 10 Minutes Total time: 25 Minutes
These delicious maple syrup chocolate chip cookies blew my mind. If you’re looking for a delicate maple flavor that’s not overwhelming, It’s here!
- 8 tablespoons of salted butter softened
- 1 cup of white sugar
- 1 cup of brown sugar
- 3/4 cup maple syrup
- 1 large egg
- 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
- 1/2 teaspoon salt
- 1 1/4 cup all-purpose flour
- 1 Cup chocolate chip
Preheat the oven to 350 degrees F.
In a medium-sized bowl, mix flour and salt, and set aside.
Separately, in a bowl, cream the white sugar, butter, brown sugar as well as maple syrup until they are creamy and smooth.
Mix dry and wet ingredients into wet ingredients, mixing until well-combined.
Incorporate chocolate chips.
Bake cookies for 8 to 10 minutes.
YOUNG: 12-SERVING SIZE: 1
The Serving Size: CALORIES: 240TOTAL FAT: 13gSATURATED FAT: 8gTRANS FAT: 0gUNSATURATED FAT: 4gCHOLESTEROL: 36mgSODIUM: 159mgCARBOHYDRATES: 32gFIBER: 1gSUGAR: 20gPROTEIN: 3g(c)
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