Too crispy, too puffy, too flat, too chewy. If your cookies are anything less than perfect, we know what's wrong. And now, you do, too!
At its core, baking is just edible chemistry. And when it comes to chemistry, accuracy is key. A little too much of this or a little too little of that, and something will go wrong. Fortunately, when you're baking cookies, an error like this doesn't mean something could explode (usually). But that doesn't mean you have to live with it, either.
There are several reasons your cookies could come out flat. If your cookies are flatter than you'd like, try these fixes.
If your cookies look more like little mounds than cookies, try these fixes.
Ah, the age-old debate! Chewy or crispy! Good news is, if you're making the cookies, you get to decide. If you prefer your cookies less crisp, try one of these fixes.
If you need your cookies to be a bit crispier than they are, you may need to change a thing or two. Try one of these fixes.
Sometimes, the issue is just the way your dough works! If your dough is giving you a tough time of it, make sure it's not something you did by accident before giving up on the recipe altogether.
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