August 25, 2004
Kroger semi-sweet chocolate chips are not as tasty as Harris Teeter ones. I don't know what the difference is, but the latter is a whole lot better than the former.
You mean everyone doesn't keep a bag of chocolate chips around to eat by the handful? Never mind.
Ooooo! I'm glad someone else confesses this "addiction" (as my non-sweet-eating husband would call it). Sometimes, when the mood strikes me, I get a spoonful of peanut butter and glob choclate chips to it. Yummy!!
Uh, don't tell my husband, ok? :)
You buy two packages. One to make cookies out of and the other to keep hidden in the freezer and nibble out of, right?!??!
Tee Hee. Well, I don't actually make that many chocolate chip cookies. Mostly I just eat the chocolate chips and make ginger cookies.
Ghirandelli are the best - Nestle a close second...worth the few extra pennies over store brand....
This blog makes me hungry for some reason.
They also serve nicely as dessert to small people when we are short of anything else in the house
The best I've found are Guittard (even better than Ghiardelli) but for some reason the benighted stores around here only ever think to order them around the Christmas season.
Don't they know chocolate chips know no season?
One way I've been known to use them is to melt them onto a graham cracker for something kind of like a S'more.