Chex Mix Chocolate Chip Cookies
- Makes 35 cookies
- PREP: 20 minutes
- TOTAL TIME: 35 minutes (plus cooling)
Sweet, salty, chexxy cookies.
There’s nothing wrong with a plain old chocolate chip cookie—far from it—but IMO adding salt to anything sweet only improves it. So I threw some snack mix into the batter, and the humble choco chip cookie will never be the same. Use any mix you want, or if you’re feeling ambitious make the one from Cravings!
cups all-purpose flour
teaspoon fine sea salt
teaspoon baking soda
sticks (12 tablespoons) unsalted butter, softened
cup packed light brown sugar
teaspoons vanilla extract
cups bittersweet chocolate chips or chunks
cup classic Chex Mix, plus more for topping
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