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Cookie Sticks

Chocolate chip cookies. Would you agree that they are as American as apple pie? Or baseball? I would say yes, absolutely. While there are a few that don’t care for chocolate chip cookies, you are pretty much guaranteed to bring home an empty plate if you bring some to a get together or party. That’s where these cooke sticks went; to a pool party where they were quickly devoured, leaving me with an empty container. That works!

I’ll admit, I didn’t change anything in this recipe, but I was very tempted. This recipe used canola oil, which I thought was odd considering every other chocolate chip cookie I have ever made uses either butter or shortening, or a combination of those two. It’s not too often you hear of using oil. I found it on the Taste of Home website, but decided not to change anything and give it a whirl. I thought maybe the oil might play a part in making the cookies stand up once cut. Not sure if that was the case, I just know that everyone enjoyed them. :)

Cookie Sticks
adapted from Taste of Home

1/2 cup canola oil
1/2 cup sugar
1/2 cup packed brown sugar
1 egg
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
1-1/2 cups all-purpose flour
1/2 teaspoon baking soda
1/2 teaspoon salt
1 cup (6 ounces) semisweet chocolate chips

In a large bowl, combine the oil, sugars, egg and vanilla. Combine the flour, baking soda and salt; gradually add to sugar mixture and mix well. Divide dough in half.

On a greased baking sheet, shape each portion into a 15-in. x 3-in. rectangle about 3 in. apart.

Sprinkle chocolate chips over dough; press lightly.

Bake at 375° for 6-7 minutes. (Bake for 8-9 minutes for crispier cookies.) Cool for 5 minutes.

Use a pizza cutter to cut each section into 4 large pieces to make them easy to transfer to cooling racks.

Use a serrated knife to cut the cooled sections into 1-in. strips.

More from me you might like:
Chocolate Chip Cinnamon Cookies
Buttermilk Chocolate Chip Cookies
Chocolate Chip Espresso Cookies

More goodies from the internet:
Raspberry Chocolate Chip Cookie Ice Cream Sandwiches - from Baking and Boys
Granola Chocolate Chip Cookies - from Cookie Madness
Chocolate Peanut Butter Crunch Bars - from The Other Side of Fifty


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61 Responses to Cookie Sticks

  1. 1
    Elle says:

    Oh, so pretty! I love cookie sticks–they take the "standing around and waiting for each batch to bake" out of cookie baking. Nice and easy, but still so rewarding!

  2. 2
    jose manuel says:

    Que bonitos y ricos tienen qu eestar estos palitos. Deliciosos

  3. 3
    Jane @ Sweet Basil Kitchen says:

    I like the idea of using oil, since we are bordering on high cholesterol. :(
    These sticks is quite the novel idea…grandkids will love them.

  4. 4
    Heather I. says:

    Very attractive! It's nice to have a close alternative to cookies that everyone loves. Taste of Home is the best!

  5. 5
    Katrina says:

    These look really fun, Amanda!

    Thanks for the linky loo, too! Those raspberry chocolate chip cookies are SO good. I made them again. My son (oldest) declared them his favorite cookie ever (for now). ;)

  6. 6
    Ingrid says:

    Much better and easier I would say than regular cookies.
    ~ingrid

  7. 7
    Sue says:

    These look PHENOMENAL! Love all the photos too! Beautiful job all the way around!

  8. 8
    5 Star Foodie says:

    I like this shape for the chocolate chip cookies, what a cool idea!

  9. 9
    Gera @ Sweets Foods Blog says:

    Jaja cookie sticks adorable and excellent for the eyes :)

    Cheers,

    Gera

  10. 10
    Marie says:

    Fab Amanda and a must try!!

  11. 11
    Von says:

    Canola oil makes it sound healthy =P I love the idea of choc chip cookie sticks! They look really cool, and delicious too!

  12. 12
    marla {family fresh cooking} says:

    I thought I commented last night on these awesome cookies, but I guess not! This is such a great twist on the traditional chocolate chip cookie. I love the long skinny shape. Perfect for parties :)

  13. 13
    cookies and cups says:

    So funny, I almost made these cookie sticks yesterday! Glad you made them and they turned out! I was wondering about the oil too, b ut look like they were a hit :)

  14. 14
    Avanika [YumsiliciousBakes] says:

    These look delicious!! I hate the waiting in making cookies, you just solved it :)

  15. 15
    NikiTheo says:

    So different!!! I think I must try these!

  16. 16
    Angie says:

    Very cute idea!

  17. 17
    Lana @ Never Enough Thyme says:

    Love these, Amanda! Much easier to cut the sticks I think than the usual rolling into a log procedure :-) Great idea!

  18. 18
    Cajun Chef Ryan says:

    Amanda, these really look great! Thanks for sharing!

    Bon appetit!
    =:~)

  19. 19
    Jennifurla says:

    Dude, I love the shape – awesome. I love cookies that have oil, so moist

  20. 20
    Megan says:

    A great way to enjoy a CC cookie! Wish I had a few right now!

  21. 21
    My Kitchen in the Rockies says:

    What a wonderful idea. I have to remember the stick shape. Great.

  22. 22
    grace says:

    I agree with the comment above.. I'll have to remember this.

  23. 23
    Sassy Sites! says:

    Your blog is seriously SOOO cute! I'm a follower now! OH, and I featured your watermelon cookies today at my blog. Come by and check it out… Sassy Sites! :)

  24. 24
    Beth says:

    Those look terrific! I've made innumerable chocolate chip cookies in my life, but never in a stick. I'll give them a shot!

  25. 25
    Mika says:

    I like this idea!!! So easy and so much more quick that shaping them one by one…

  26. 26
    MaryBeth says:

    I am so loving this idea…may favorite cookie only way bigger.

  27. 27
    Tasty Eats At Home says:

    Love the shape! Yum.

  28. 28
    megan says:

    I wish I had some of these to pack today for the first day of school. They are so fun!

  29. 29
    Rachel (Two Healthy Plates) says:

    What a fun recipe! These would be great for any type of cookie!

  30. 30
    Elle says:

    These are brilliant and look pretty easy, too. A must try!

  31. 31
    phphast says:

    I *love* this! They would be so cute set out as part of a dessert bar! And I love the use of the oil…I wouldn't have thought this would work. Being able to make cookies without worrying about having butter in the house. Niiice :)

  32. 32
    Tiffiny Felix says:

    LOL!! Who's "phphast"? It's me!! I was logged in under the profile I use to do my daughter's elementary school blog. Too funny ;) Love the cookies sticks, Amanda :)

  33. 33
    Grace says:

    These look so yummy, wish I would have checked my inbox sooner, these would have been perfect for my daughter's camping trip this weekend.

  34. 34
    Betty says:

    My husband will love these. He likes to dunk cookies into coffee or milk. This will go into a glass or cup better than the round cookies. Will be trying them soon!

  35. 35
    meettheswans says:

    Hey Amanda! I normally check out your posts anyway, but thought I'd let you know I reached you this time via random SU clicking the Stumble button! That must mean you've had a lot of hits on this one! These look great… I've never made my cookies into sticks but I think I'll have to try!

    - Krista

  36. 36
    RedTedArt says:

    Oh these cookie sticks look delicious! A great one to make with little ones too (we love baking)! Love that you linked it up to Kids Get Crafty!! And thanks for your halloween craft too!!!

    Hopefully see you again next week :-)

    Maggy

  37. 37
    Chris says:

    What a fun treat for a special day. I'll be bookmarking for later. :)

  38. 38
    Lisa says:

    Any form of chocolate chip cookie is good for me! These look SO good and easy to dip in milk!

  39. 39
    Terrell says:

    OH these are going straight to my To Be Made file!! For sure! YUM!! I'm happy to be your newest follower of your delightful blog and I'd love to have you as a friend at Frou Frou Decor! I'd also like to invite you to link your wonderful creations up at my weekly party, Fabulous Friday Finds, every Friday! Hope to see you there!
    Hugs,
    ~Terrell @ Frou Frou Decor~

  40. 40
    Ellie says:

    Oh, wow, those look good! I like the stick variation.

  41. 41
    Katie's Nesting Spot says:

    That is such a great idea, I love how they are ready made for dipping and dunkin' in milk! Would love you to join me at A Crafty Soiree, every Thursday.

  42. 42
    Gremma says:

    Looks so yummy! I think I'll try this with the girls I teach every week. They would love it! Thanks for sharing!

  43. 43
    Kim says:

    What a fun idea, it's a different way to serve them.

  44. 44
    Catch A Falling Star says:

    They make my mouth water :)
    I've never done sticks…I will have to make these!
    Thanks for sharing!

  45. 45
    Jessica (aka Faeanne) says:

    I had to pin this- such a simple idea, I love it! I'm glad it's getting to be fall- now I can start baking & these will be at the top of my list!

  46. 46
    LambAround says:

    Mmmmm, these look delicious! I can't resist anything with chocolate chips. If you have a free moment, I have a new weekly (I hope!) Linky on my blog called Not “Baaad” Sundays with LambAround. I’d love for you to post this :)

  47. 47
    Bonnie says:

    Awesome idea!

  48. 48
    Jenna says:

    I love these cookies! I made them and the husband said they were a hit at the office! I posted about them on my blog [email protected] and included a few of your photos. I sourced them and linked back to your post for the full recipe. If this is not ok please let me know. Thanks and happy cooking!

  49. 49
    Shippymolkfred says:

    Wow! They look delicious. Thanks for the recipe.
    Greetings from rainy Scotland
    Shippy

  50. 50
    Amanda says:

    These are so fun I hope everyone gets to try them! Thanks!

  51. 51
    Stephanie says:

    I just made these and blogged them on my blog! I am in love with your blog- I am going to make your walnut chicken tonight!

  52. 52
    Amanda says:

    Thanks Stephanie! Hope you like the walnut chicken, it was so good! :)

  53. 53
    sheila @ Elements says:

    It's gonna be everything I can do not to make these tonight! (I have grapes, bananas, and a pomegranate to eat for dessert). You sure make it hard for me to wanna eat my fruit! :)

  54. 54
    Amanda says:

    Ha ha! Thanks Sheila!

  55. 55
    Sarah@Buttered Up says:

    Whaaa?!! I've never seen these before. Cool idea. Does the taste of the oil come out excessively though? I made these muffins recently that tasted of oil and sucked!

  56. 56
    Amanda says:

    Hi Sarah. I thought they did have a hint of oil flavor yes. They were all eaten up, but I think if I did them again I would sub some of the oil with butter or shortening.

  57. 57
    Annellénor says:

    "1-1/2 cups all-purpose flour"
    Does it mean 1 cup and a half ?
    Thank for your answer !

  58. 58
    Amanda says:

    Yes Annellénor, that is correct, 1 and a half cups :)

  59. 59
    Sue says:

    I made these cookies a couple of weeks ago, and finally posted them today:) So yummy! I made them with a Halloween flair:) Thanks, Amanda!

  60. 60
    CJ Huang says:

    What a great idea to make cookie sticks! Solves the problem of needing to cycle lots of oven batches. :)

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