Why Do My Chocolate Chip Cookies Turn Two Tone?

Why do my chocolate chip cookies turn two tone?

By Robbyn from Davenport

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June 22, 20110 found this helpful

It's a matter of them having at one point gotten too warm, the chocolate fats have risen to the top and are visible now. There is no quality issue but if you've had them for a long time, you'll notice they don't taste as yummy.

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What do you mean by two tone? Do you mean the bottoms being darker than the top or do you mean the melted chocolate within the cookie spreading into the dough?

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