Jodi’s Blueberry White Chocolate Chip Cookies

Blueberry White Chocolate Chip Cookies

I created and started baking this super yummy cookie years ago by taking my old reliable base cookie recipe and adding dried blueberries and white chocolate chips.

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It has become a favorite of hubby’s and some of my other cookie-lovin’ friends.  I was surprised to realize I had not posted this recipe here yet, so I’m excited to share it with you.

If you are looking for a unique and delightful treat, you really should try this cookie.  I have been hard-pressed to find someone who doesn’t like these!

Dried blueberries can be a bit pricey, but Trader Joe’s is a great source of delicious and reasonable ones.  And they are sooooo worth it once you’ve taken a bite of this cookie!

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Blueberry White Chocolate Chip Cookies

Ingredients:Blueberry White Chocolate Chip Cookies

4 sticks (1 lb.) butter, softened
1 1/2 cups packed brown sugar
1 1/2 cups white granulated sugar
2 tsp vanilla
4 eggs
2 tsp baking soda
2 tsp salt
5 cups all purpose flour
1 12-oz bag Nestle Premier White Chocolate Chips (or your favorite)
1 8-oz bag Trader Joe’s dried blueberries (or your favorite brand)


With electric mixer, beat butter and sugar together until completely incorporated. Add vanilla and eggs, and beat until light and fluffy. Add baking soda and salt, and mix another minute. Gradually add flour and beat until well incorporated, but do not overbeat.

Fold in white chocolate chips and blueberries. Refrigerate dough for at least 2 hours or up to 2 days.

When ready to bake, preheat oven to 375 degrees F. With your hands, form a cookie dough ball about 1-1/2 inches in diameter.  Place on baking stone. Bake for 8-10 minutes. Do not overbake. Allow to cool on baking stone for 2-3 minutes, then remove to cooling rack to cool completely.


Cheers & Hugs,

64 thoughts on “Jodi’s Blueberry White Chocolate Chip Cookies

  1. So Beautifully photographed! are you SURE, you’re not a secret food photographer for a magazine?
    I guess, I can just wish to take shots like that. I know your your secret! you have a magic camera – LOL
    these cookies sound sooo good 🙂

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      • incredible gifted in doing so…. and they make me want, make me yearn, for just a taste of those yummy Delights you bake up home made…. yum. 🙂 my cooking is terrible these days; I need a good cook! lol


    • You know – I have not – but my daughter-in-law, Colleen, did once – by accident – thinking that was how I made them. She had a bit of trouble with the moisture that is in fresh compared to dry and when stirring them in, they are quite fragile, so the dough turned purpley, but she said they were good. After the first batch, she added more flour to compensate. I do make chocolate chips with fresh raspberries, but I add the raspberry to each ball of dough right before baking instead of stirring in, so I think I could do that with this too. Might be worth a try, but they are so good with the multitude of dried blueberries throughout 🙂

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  2. Oh there you go again, tempting me. I can smell them, they look so heavenly. Of course, your photography is so awesome. Thanks Jodi for this yummy recipe, I think my young art friends Annie and Ethan, may enjoy making these. Have a wonderful Friday. I’m going to a Japanese brush painting workshop at a friends. I hope I’ll have something to post from the experience. 😄

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  3. Hi Jodi !.. Sorry, I thought I hit like recipe this eary AM,!.. I love your recipies ( and sweets!)!!..Only ‘Moi to bake for now.. So, cookies it usually IS,!.. I collect ” OLD COOK BOOKS!” .. Great hobby: thought of You and COLLEEN ..might find that fun? .. Maybe!!.. So, it is .. COOKIE TIME AGAIN.. I love this recipe !!.. Have a Good Weekend ❤️ Joanne ..

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      • Thank you!!.. Yes, This is exactly a good recipe for me.. Cause I can freeze it!!… I have a stoneware cookie sheet to, ( Bar pan) !!.. I will let you know.. ❤️ Thank you again JODI ..

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  7. Instead of 2 teaspoons of baking soda. What if I add 1 teaspoon of baking soda and another of baking powder? And can I use frozen blueberries instead of dried?

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    • You can try, but there may be too much moisture in the frozen blueberries – completely different thing than the dried, which are almost more like raisins. Not sure on the baking soda/powder substitute. Would love to hear how they turn out if you try though!! 🙂


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