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Chocolate Chip Cookie Sticks

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This is a quick recipe to make. There’s no need to wait for butter to soften, the dough is easily mixed by hand, and all 36 cookies bake on one sheet pan in less than 10 minutes. Oh, and they’re super cool-looking, too.

Ingredients

  • 1-½ cup All-purpose Flour
  • ½ teaspoons Baking Soda
  • ½ teaspoons Fine Sea Salt (or Table Salt)
  • ½ cups Canola Oil
  • ½ cups Granulated Sugar
  • ½ cups Packed Brown Sugar
  • 1  Large Egg
  • 2 teaspoons Pure Vanilla Extract
  • 1 cup Chocolate Chips

Preparation

Preheat oven to 375ºF. In a medium bowl, whisk together the flour, baking soda, and salt; set aside. In a large bowl, combine oil, both sugars, egg, and vanilla. Add the dry ingredients and stir until well blended.

Divide dough in half. On a silicone or parchment-lined sheet pan, shape each half into a 3×15-inch rectangle, leaving 3 inches of space between the two rectangles. Sprinkle each rectangle with 1/2 cup chocolate chips; gently pressing the chocolate chips into the dough. Bake in the center of the oven for 6-7 minutes for chewy cookies (8-9 minutes for crisper cookies).

Allow to cool completely before cutting into 36 cookie sticks. Use a serrated knife for best results.

Recipe adapted from Taste of Home.

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Love and Zest on 3.24.2013

Whoa!! These look so cool and delicious!!

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Colette (Coco in the Kitchen) on 2.1.2013

They look skinnier as sticks.

Does that mean I can eat MORE?! :D

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jsiar on 1.29.2013

I made this many times over the holidays using red and green M&M’s. Everybody loved them and scarfed them down. I prefer using an equal amount of melted butter instead of oil. Thanks for a great keeper of a recipe.

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Robin Lundeen on 11.8.2012

I make this a couple times a month to send to youth group. I double the recipe and use a sheet cake pan. Bake alittle longer and cut into squares. I like to use the mini chips or mini m&m’s..which I can’t find now!! Got the recipe from Taste of Home too!

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kaycarrasco on 11.8.2012

What size chips? From the photo, I can’t tell if you’re using regular or minis. This looks great and I want to try it, so I’d like to be sure I’m doing it right!

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Boz on 9.29.2014

This recipe is great. EVERYONE loves it in my family, and then some! Super easy to make, only thing is that the dough is very sticky, but other than that its deliciously good! I’ll keep making this!

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Trish Boese on 10.28.2013

I made these and thought they were pretty good, but the oil makes them taste different than the chocolate chip cookies I’m used to.

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The CaliTexTen on 4.16.2013

I thought these were fabulous!! I doubled the recipe (and tripled the vanilla). I spread mine out in one sheet on a cookie sheet with no problem. They were a little thicker than they were supposed to be, so I ended up cooking them for about 15 minutes or so. I let them cool completely before cutting and they turned out great!!!

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Kim on 3.28.2013

These are okay. The oil leaves a funky taste….my kids won’t eat them. I will make these again except use all butter. Just requires planning ahead so the butter can soften. Super quick and easy, which I love…just not the right flavor.

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clarency on 3.9.2013

The dough was a little to sticky and gooey to properly work with, but the the flavour of the cookies were delicious. I would recommend to increase the flour so the dough is not as sticky to work. Other then that I really like this recipe. :)

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