Bake These Famous DoubleTree By Hilton Chocolate Chip Cookies at Home!
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If you love DoubleTree’s warm chocolate chip cookies, you can easily bake them at home!
Love gooey chocolate chip cookies? Let’s bake these for dessert!
If you’ve ever visited a DoubleTree by Hilton hotel, then you may be familiar with the delicious homemade warm chocolate chip cookies they give you upon checking in. According to Hilton.com, more than 30 million of these DoubleTree cookies are baked each year worldwide for their guests. 😱
Luckily the Hilton brand released their make-at-home recipe for their Signature DoubleTree Chocolate Chip Cookies last year for all of us to enjoy at home. No travel required!
As soon as I saw this news, I knew I NEEDED to bake these cookies!
Last year, we were on a baking kick for sure (*ahem* quarantine-baking) whipping up everything from Nutella Banana Bread to Chicken Pot Pies – and of course, cookies! Chocolate chip cookies are my kid’s favorites so it was an exciting revelation to get to make the DoubleTree ones when they released the recipe.
Of course, no shocker here- the result – DELICIOUS!
To no one’s surprise, this produced a beautiful batch of AMAZING chocolate chip cookies! If you love a homemade cookie with a soft yet chewy texture, this is a great recipe. I love all the chunks of Nestle chocolate chips and chopped walnuts, too.
I have never thought of adding old-fashioned oats to my chocolate chip cookies, but I loved the bulk and texture it added! This recipe also has a splash of lemon juice and cinnamon which is also unexpected and delish.
Hip recipe tips for making Double Tree chocolate chip cookies:
- I used an ice cream scoop as suggested, but it made giant cookies and they spread a lot. Some of my cookies spread into each other, so next time I’ll leave more room in between. I may even invest in a handy cookie scoop set and make smaller cookies!
- Make sure to allow the DoubleTree cookies to cool for an hour as the recipe states. I tried to move mine too soon and had a casualty. I admit, it’s hard to wait. 😂
One-bowl baking recipes just rock!
As far as the process goes, this is a simple recipe that’s fun to make with the kids as a family activity. I love that there is just one bowl to clean afterward. Many recipes separate the dry and wet ingredients, but in this one, you can throw everything in a stand mixer or use a large mixing bowl and hand mixer as I did!
Yum, these are just plain AMAZING!
If you’re a chocolate chip cookie fan, I definitely recommend trying the Signature DoubleTree cookies as they were winners for us. I definitely scored some fun mom points for making them. I also even enjoyed one for breakfast the next day with coffee because everyone knows cookies for breakfast once in a while are A-okay 😉 LOL!