Question by  PaulLoftis (19)

What makes oatmeal raisin cookies chewy or not chewy?

What is in the wrong proportion if they're not chewy?


Answer by  Cathie (670)

What mostly makes them chewy or not is the amount of time they are cooked. Cook them a little less for soft, chewy cookies, a little longer for crunchy.


Answer by  whoareyou (3483)

The ingredient in any cookie that makes it chewy or crispy is the ratio of brown sugar (or molasses) to 'regular' white sugar. The more brown sugar(molasses) the chewier.


Answer by  gmdao (3)

Moisture is the key factor to the chewiness of cookies. The cookie mixture should contain high sugar and liquid but should have a low fat content.

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