How to Wirte a Process Analysis on Favorite Recipe

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Running Head: Homemade Chocolate Chip Cookies

Steve Hogan
American InterContinental University

In this essay, I will attempt to guide you through the process of making homemade chocolate chip cookies which is one of our favorites in the family. This process does take some time, and needs some attention to get the correct thickness and size of each cookie. Making these succulent cookies is something to die for especially when milk is brought together with the cookie. The process analysis will help you as the reader to make chocolate chip cookies as good as ours, which we have had for many years.

My family’s favorite treat is homemade, chocolate chip cookies. From the aroma throughout the house to the gooey, hot cookies coming right out of the oven, making chocolate chip cookies makes me not just a hero but the best dad ever. As long as there is a gallon of milk in the fridge to go along with this yummy treat, the family is ready for chocolate chip cookies anytime. My mother and I most of the time, make the cookies together to enjoy some conversations that I would normally would not bring up any other time, while making these wonderful sweets. Chocolate chip cookies not only bring my mother and me together, they provide us with a delightful treat, and the cookies allow us to share them with our whole family and some friends once we have the finished product.

My mother and I usually prepare in advance. We have to make sure that we have enough ingredients to make these gooey, chocolate chip cookies. We make a list of things that we may be missing in the ingredients and head to the grocery store to pick out the items that are missing. My mother most of the times comes to my house to bake the cookies. On her way to my house, she usually brings what she has for ingredients to make the cookies. Once she gets to the house we go over the ingredients and like I mentioned before, what is missing from both of our...
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