Chocolate Chip and Skor Cookies

These are probably one of my most requested recipes. People go nuts for these things, and I have to admit they are pretty delicious! There is something about a warm cookie right out of the oven, paired with a cold glass of milk that just makes everything feel right with the world. The addition of Skor bits makes these cookies next level material. Just look at their chocolatey, skory goodness…mmm! So let’s look at how to make the chocolate chip and skor cookies, they really aren’t hard at all!

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Chocolate chip and score cookies

So let’s get started! Add the butter into a bowl, you are going to want it room temperature. If (like me) you forgot to take it out of the fridge, you can just give it 30 seconds in the microwave and then we’re right back on track.

Chocolate chip and score cookies

The next step is to add in the sugar. Start with the white granulated sugar and add it to the butter. I love these copper and wood measuring cups I found at Winners not long ago. They are just so damn pretty.

Chocolate chip and score cookies

The next ingredient is brown sugar, you’re going to want to make sure to pack it into the measuring cup. Because you don’t want to skimp on the brown sugar…trust me.

Chocolate chip and score cookies

Now we need to start mixing all these goodies together. Usually, I just do it with my trusty wooden spoon. But then I remembered that I treated myself to this little retro Kitchen Aid hand mixer.

Chocolate chip and score cookies

It really worked like a charm and I just love the retro blue colour. You will want to keep mixing until all the butter and sugar is combined.

Chocolate chip and score cookies

Then add in an egg. Hopefully one day (in the not too distant future) I’ll be using an egg from my own backyard chickens. I desperately want them ut according to the current city by-laws it’s not happening. That said, I am still holding out hope as Toronto has started up a pilot program.

Chocolate chip and score cookies

Once the egg has been added you are going to beat the mixture until it is light and “fluffy”. Then we move on to the dry ingredients.

Chocolate chip and score cookies

My sister got me two giant mason jars which I am totally in love with! I keep them on the counter, one with all-purpose and one with bread flour. Gorgeous to look at and fucntional too.

Chocolate chip and score cookies

You can totally sift the flour if you are so inclined. I am not. After adding the flour to the wet ingredients we still need to add the baking soda. If you are using salt then make sure to add that too. My butter was salted so I didn’t want to add any more into the recipe.

Chocolate chip and score cookies

Mix it all up and then all we have left to add are the chocolate chips and Score bits. That’s me taking the beaters away so The Hubby doesn’t try and eat the raw cookie dough on them.

Chocolate chip and score cookies

Pour in all that yumminess and grab a wooden spoon to mix everything together. If it gets too tough to stir you can always ditch the spoon and give it a quick knead with you hands (after washing them of course).

Chocolate chip and score cookies

When the dough is all mixed you can roll it into balls and then place them on a prepared cookie sheet. The number of cookies the recipe makes will depend on how big you make the balls. If you suddenly decide you hate Skor bits. You can easily change this from chocolate chip and Skor cookies to chocolate chip cookies by just leaving out the Skor bits. You don’t have to worry about changing anything else. Another option is to sub out chocolate chips for peanut butter chips. Or use them instead of the Skor bits and leave the chocolate chips in. The recipe is pretty easy to modify.

Chocolate chip and score cookies

I aim for about golf ball size and I get about 24 cookies. Once you have them ready, pop them in the oven for about 9-11 minutes.

Chocolate chip and score cookies

Once the cookie sheet is out of the oven, I like to give the cookies 5-10 minutes to cool and then I move them to the cooling rack to cool the rest of the way.

Chocolate chip and score cookies

I had help (and supervision) from Lion-o and Miss Kitty. They are never far away and one of their favourite places is being on top of the kitchen cupboards where they can keep an eye on their domain. If you’re curious about Sphynx cats, make sure you check out my post on 13 Things about Sphynx cats.

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Chocolate Chip and Skor Cookies

These are probably one of my most requested recipes. People go nuts for these things, and I have to admit they are pretty delicious!
Prep Time30 minutes
Cook Time10 minutes
Total Time45 minutes
Course: Dessert
Cuisine: American
Keyword: chocolate chips, cookies, skor
Servings: 24 Cookies
Calories: 147kcal


  • Cookie sheet
  • Measuring cups and spoons
  • Mixing bowl
  • Mixer


  • ½ Cup Butter
  • ¼ Cup Granulated sugar
  • ½ Cup Brown sugar (Packed)
  • 1 Egg
  • 1 ¼ Cup All-purpose flour
  • ½ Tsp Salt (Skip if you are using salted butter)
  • ½ Tsp Baking soda
  • ¾ Cup Chocolate chips
  • ½ Cup Skor bits


  • Remove any pesky pots and pans from the oven.
  • Pre-heat the oven to 375F.
  • Beat together the butter, white sugar and brown sugar until creamy.
  • Add the egg to the mixture and beat until light and fluffy.
  • In a separate bowl, mix together the flour, salt (if using) and baking soda and add it to the creamed mixture.
  • Once combined add in the chocolate chips and Skor bits and mix them in.
  • Place balls of dough on buttered and floured cookie sheets. The size it up to you, I aim for about golf ball size.
  • Bake for 9-11 minutes.
  • Remove trays from the oven and leave cookies on the tray to cool for about 5-10 minutes and then move to a cooling rack.

So there you have it, my chocolate chip and score cookies! What is your favourite type of cookie?


  • Anji - Sweet Family LIfe
    June 26, 2019 at 9:52 pm

    These cookies look absolutely delicious I can’t wait to try them out.

  • Melissa Gomez
    June 27, 2019 at 6:35 pm

    What a yummy recipe I’ll have to try it!

  • Briana Logan
    June 27, 2019 at 6:45 pm

    These look amazing and I can’t wait to try them!!

  • Chelsea
    January 14, 2020 at 11:00 am

    3 stars
    I was really excited for the recipe, but it tastes like something is missing like vanilla extract or more sugar. The batter is kind of bland. I also had to add another egg, as the batter was too dry!

    • Kir
      January 21, 2020 at 9:38 am

      Hi Chelsea,

      I’m sorry the batter ended up being a bit dry for you! Adding vanilla sounds like a great idea, I think I will try that next time.


  • Tara
    November 21, 2020 at 4:19 am

    5 stars
    So amazing, my most beautiful cookies ever! Put temp down a smidge to 365*

    • Kir
      November 23, 2020 at 1:14 am

      Hi Tara,

      I’m so happy you loved the recipe! They are definitely always a favourite in my house! I love it when the edges are crispy and the centre is chewy ❤️


  • Tammy
    September 10, 2022 at 11:05 pm

    5 stars
    I love this recipe I did however add vanilla and an extra egg and they came out perfect

  • Barbara Brink
    December 14, 2022 at 7:11 am

    5 stars
    Made them today. Very very pleased with results.This recipe is a keeper. I will be doubling recipe next time.

    • Kir
      December 14, 2022 at 8:14 am

      So glad you loved them Barbara!


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