Tuesday, September 30, 2014

The Daily Chip

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The Daily Chip offers pre-made frozen cookie dough already portioned out into one dozen delicious cookies, in a variety of flavors, delivered straight to your home.  When you're ready to enjoy your cookies, just pick how many you want to cook at a time and in a few minutes you’ll have fresh, warm cookies straight out of your oven!

If you don't want to bake them at home, the cookies can be ordered pre-baked for an additional fee.  All cookies are made with grass-fed butter and organic milk and eggs.  I was contacted by Amanda to sample some cookies at home.  She sent me three kinds of the frozen dough.

Instructions were included, and baking was a cinch!  Simply put as many cookies as you want onto a cookie sheet lined with a silicon mat, and bake at 350 degrees for 11 - 13 minutes.  It doesn't matter if you have different flavors, as they all take the same amount of time to bake.

I baked mine for exactly 12 minutes, and then took them out of the oven and let them rest for an additional 3 minutes on the sheet.  The insides were on the softer side, but the outside had a nice crunchy texture.  I find that when I use the silicon mat for cookies, I usually need to leave them in to bake longer.  However, I wanted to follow Amanda's directions exactly as she sent them for this first attempt.  Understanding that ovens vary, I may bake them for a couple more minutes next time.

First, I tried the Dark Chocolate Peanut Butter Chip.  These were the "fattest" of the cookies, and were very brownie-like with lots of dark chocolate and peanut butter chips.  I am not sure why they did not flatten out as much as the other cookies, but it did not matter, because they were sinful and would go perfectly with a cold glass of milk.

I also tried the Milk Chocolate Macadamia Nut. A twist on a classic using milk chocolate chips to bring out the flavor of macadamia nuts, these cookies were my favorite.  I ate one for breakfast with a simple cup of hot tea.  Keith tried one and thought it was a tad too sweet for his palate.  No worries - that means more for me! 

Lastly, I tried the Chewy Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookies.  These were the most soft cookies of the three I sampled.  I enjoyed the oatmeal texture and the chewiness of the cookie overall.

All three variations were tasty.  I found the packaging and instructions of the Daily Chip cookies to be super easy and convenient.  I like that they came frozen so you can make as little, or as much as you want, and save the rest of the dough for up to 6 months.  Check out all the cookie flavors available to order online, including traditional sized and cookie cakes.  A monthly subscription option is also available, so you can get fresh cookies delivered regularly to your house, or send them to someone as a gift.

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