The chocolate chip cookie was an accidental product of Ruth Wakefield, who owned the Toll House Inn in Massachusetts. Having run out of baker's chocolate, she substituted semi-sweet chocolates, which, rather than melting into the cookie, became the badges of the modern day chocolate chip cookie.

Cooking steps

Crack an Egg!

Gently crack the egg on the side of the bowl, then quickly position the egg above the bowl. Don't crack too hard or you'll make a mess!

Chop the Chocolate!

Click the knife to chop up the Chocolate.

Sift the Flour!

Shake the sieve back and forth to sift the Flour. Don't go too far or you'll miss the bowl.

Mix the Dough!

Following the scrolling instruction to mix the Dough.

Bake the Chocolate Chunk Cookies!

Press the correct baking temperature, then press "On". Press "Off" when the meter is in the green zone. Press "Reset" if you enter the wrong temperature.