Most People Skip This Step When Making Cookies 

The satisfaction that comes from eating cookies that have just come out of the oven is unparalleled in the world. 

Still, there is one element that a lot of people overlook. When you are ready to bake cookie dough, you must first chill it. 

To begin, cooling cookies before placing them in the oven helps to prevent them from spreading out too quickly at that point. 

In the event that you are using a butter with a greater fat content, such as Kerrygold, it is imperative that you refrigerate your dough. 

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When you place the dough in the refrigerator, the fats are able to chill down.  

Because of this, the cookies will expand at a slower rate, retaining their texture throughout the process. 

It is more likely that you will end up with disks that are flat and sad if you omit the stage of chilling the dough,  

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