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Classic Chocolate Chip Cookies Recipe for Christmas in July

Everyone needs a go-to classic chocolate chip cookies recipe and this one is it. Luckily, chocolate chip cookies are tasty any time of the year… even for Christmas in July.

Christmas presents do not belong in JulyApparently summer is half over and that means stores are filling their shelves with Autumn decorations, school supplies and early Christmas bargains…. Really? Because my calendar says Summer doesn’t end until late September and the heat isn’t going to break until October 31st and which point – yes – it will be winter.

 

I get that the kids go back to school soon and maybe that is the unofficial end to summer, but Christmas deals? WTF? I read a report yesterday that major stores like Target and Best Buy will be advertising Christmas in July to help “loosen some purse strings.” Sure enough, this morning Amazon started their Gold Box deal of the day which is normally reserved for Black Friday through the holidays.

 

Don’t get me wrong, I am fanatical about Christmas, but if it’s Christmas in your face all year long, it wont be as special when you wake up on that crisp December morning. Nothing any store can do will take that feeling away from me. For now, I’ll put my blinders on and get back in the kitchen to bake some chocolate chip cookies. The real Christmas cookie baking season doesn’t kick off for a while yet.

 

 

Inspired by Christmas in July:

In case you haven’t heard, a classic chocolate chip cookies recipe requires that the cookies be consumed with a glass of milk.

Everyone needs a go-to classic chocolate chip cookies recipe and this one is it. This easy recipe is inspired from the pages of the "Baked" cookbook \\ See it on PassTheSushi.com

Besides the occasional gift here and there, what do you guys think? Christmas in July a commercial win for the holiday season or epic fail and attempt to make us all Burger Mister Mister Burgers?

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