Are 72-hour Chocolate Chip Cookies Worth Making? | Jacque Torres' Famous Cookies

I’ve been meaning to make Jacques Torres’ famous chocolate chip cookies for year. 4 years to be exact. That’s the length of time that I’ve had a bag of his special chocolate disks sitting in my fridge; 4 YEARS. So let’s finally get an answer to the question: is it worth it? #emmymade #cooking #chocolatechipcookies

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00:00 Intro
0:15 Where are we making?
0:42 What’s my favorite cookie?
2:22 Why a long rest time?
3:47 Confession.
4:56 Sifting dry ingredients.
5:45 Creaming the butter.
7:34 Adding flours.
8:30 Chocolate time.
9:28 Portioning the dough.
10:34 Wrapping dough.
11:34 Baking.
14:32 Tasting.
16:41 72-hour cookies.
16:54 How to get perfect circles.

This video is NOT sponsored. Just finally making these cookies.

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Music courtesy of Epidemic Sound, and ‘Sprightly’ from iMovie. You’ve made it to the end — welcome! Comment: “Can there ever be too much chocolate?”

14 Replies to “Are 72-hour Chocolate Chip Cookies Worth Making? | Jacque Torres' Famous Cookies”

  1. I'm a salty gal. If I can't taste the salt with the sweet then nope.
    Just finished watching the video, way too much chocolate. Half the amount would have been sufficient. How is it possible to taste the buttery dough if it's all chocolate? The girl should be balancing though chocolate not disappearing in the chocolate. Personally I don't think there's a difference between a 24 hour and thirty-six hour mark. I never bake my cookies straightaway, they're always in the refrigerator for 24 hours or longer. They go flat otherwise.

  2. This has been my go to chocolate chip cookies recipe for the past 5 years now I make them for my kids teachers every year ans they love them also.

  3. I like to use smoked salt to top my cookies before I bake them. Oak is my favorite for this because it enhances the vanilla and other qualities in the cookie.

  4. I would have felt bad for you if they had been awful. 🙂

  5. I have kept these cookies unbaked in deep freeze for 3 or 4 years then baked them and they taste just as good, BTW.

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