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What happens when ingredients are omitted from chocolate chip cookies.

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Nicole Smith

on 15 January 2013

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What Happens When Ingredients Are Omitted From Chocolate Chip Cookies
By: Nicole Smith
I wanted to see what happens to the cookies when ingredients are omitted. Maybe it will change the texture or maybe it will make them taste better. Purpose: Hypothesis: Experimental Design: Procedure: Materials: Data Analysis: Results: The purpose of the experiment was to see which cookies taste the best without certain ingredients. Maybe someone doesn’t have a particular ingredient my experiment can help them by showing how the cookies would taste and look without that ingredient. It can help us to perfect cookies. It will show what omitting certain ingredients would do to the texture, taste, color, and/or shape. It will also show how taking out certain ingredients can help make the cookies safer to eat for people with health conditions. By taking away the salt, I figured it would make the cookies sweeter.
By taking away the baking soda, I would figure it would change the texture of the cookies.
By taking away the butter, I would figure the cookies would be dry.
It is best not to omit the egg from a cookie recipe. The egg holds the ingredients together, without the egg, the cookie may not stick together and may fall apart. Also it could change the taste of the cookies. If you leave out the flour, it becomes a sticky soup because cookie’s main structure is flour. Without baking soda, it doesn’t make much of a difference, but since is baking soda is a leavening ingredient, it doesn’t rise as much. If you leave out sugar, then it doesn’t taste as sweet, is lighter in color, and gets puffier. Leaving out flavorings like salt, vanilla, etc. ,then it just effects the taste. It’s a very minor change though. Leaving out butter and eggs doesn’t allow the batter to stick together and the batter is all crumbly. With this experiment, I am going to make four batches of cookies. The first batch will follow the directions completely. No ingredients will be added or taken away. The second batch, I kept all the ingredients the same except I omitted the salt. No extra ingredients were added. The third batch, I kept all the ingredients in except I omitted the baking soda. No extra ingredients were added. The fourth batch, I kept all the ingredients in except I omitted the butter. No extra ingredients were added.
3/8 cup light brown sugar
½ teaspoon of vanilla
1 egg
1 3/8 cup all purposed flour
½ teaspoon of baking soda
¼ teaspoon of salt
1 cup of chocolate chips
½ cup of butter
3/8 cup of sugar
Baking Tray
Mixer
3 bowls
3 spoons
1 beater
Teaspoons
Measuring cups First Batch:
Heat oven to 375 degrees. Next, I mix ½ cup of butter, 3/8 cup of sugar, 3/8 light brown sugar, and ½ teaspoon of vanilla extract. Then, I beat 1 egg in a separate bowl and then I added to the mixture. Next I mixed 1 3/8 cup of all purposed flour, ½ teaspoon of baking soda, and ¼ teaspoon of salt in a separate bowl. Then, I slowly added the mixture in with the rest of the ingredients and blended. Last, I shaped the cookies and baked for 10 minutes.
Second Batch:
I repeated all the same steps except I omitted the salt.

Third Batch:
I repeated all the same steps except I omitted the baking soda.

Fourth Batch:
I repeated all the same steps except I omitted the butter. 1st batch: The 1st batch was a normal batch of cookies.
The 2nd batch looked the same as the first, the texture was the same but the cookies taste better.
The 3rd batch, the color of the cookies was different from the 1st and 2nd batches. The texture was a little different. And they didn’t taste very well.
The 4th batch, everything was different. The texture was rough. They looked dry. The color was really light. And they tasted horrible. 2nd batch: 3rd batch: 4th batch: Results: The 1st batch was a normal batch of cookies.
The 2nd batch looked the same as the first, the texture was the same but the cookies taste better.
The 3rd batch, the color of the cookies was different from the 1st and 2nd batches. The texture was a little different. And they didn’t taste very well.
The 4th batch, everything was different. The texture was rough. They looked dry. The color was really light. And they tasted horrible.
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