One of the tastiest and easiest things that you can bake is a delicious batch of chewy chocolate chip cookies.

Whether you’re cooking one batch, a second batch, or even three batches these fun and simple dessert treats can be made by following a simple chocolate chip cookie recipe.

It’s incredible how much taste can come from mixing butter, flour, egg yolk, and more!

But how many cookies are in a batch? How many tasty treats will be leaving the oven?

We’ve got the answers! In our helpful guide below, we’ll tell you about how many delicious chocolate chip cookies a batch means.

If you’re interested in enjoying the sweetness and sugars of these delicious snacks, read on.

**How Many Cookies Are In A Batch?**

**It Varies**

The answer is debatable. A batch of cookies technically just refers to the amount of cookies that a recipe makes at any one point.

It isn’t a set number, rather the amount you get from following cookie recipes.

If you want to be cooking more chocolate chip cookies, then you can do that by following the recipe again.

However, you can technically make a recipe three times in one go into just one batch.

However, you’re getting more than one batch of cookies out of it – you’re getting three batches.

**The Number Of Cookies**

With that being said, a cookie recipe typically makes an average number of between 24 and 36 cookies from its cookie dough.

Most recipes will give you this amount, but it is just an average. Some will give you more cookies, while others will give you less.

**It Depends On The Recipes**

The amount of chewy chocolate chip cookies that a batch makes all depends on the recipe you follow from the cookbooks, whether it’s a small batch or big.

With some recipes for specific types of cookies, you’ll get more, while with others you’ll get less.

**Getting More Cookies**

For example, one recipe for chocolate chip cookies might give you 50 cookies. Given that it’s that many, they’re probably very small.

**Getting Fewer Cookies**

On the other hand, a recipe for some raisin cookies might give you a dozen cookies.

When the number of cookies is that small, the batch coming out of the oven probably consists of very large cookies.

The helpful thing you want to look out for is to make sure you’ve got enough for each person that’s going to be eating the chewy treats.

Sometimes, you might want to make double, or sometimes you might want to make fewer.

**Changing It Up**

Of course, you can also improvise how many cookies with chocolate chips you get.

Most cookie recipes will give you what you want, but you can always make the cookies whatever size you want from the dough, providing they remain intact.

Using the same amount of dough from a recipe, you can get lots of small cookies or a handful of big cookies – it’s all about the size and the number of cookies you want!

If this is your first time baking cookies, though, you might want to practice strictly with the recipe. If not, do.

**Making Sure You Get Enough Cookies**

Once you’ve thought about how many cookies you want from the batch of cookies, you’ll want to ensure you get that many.

**A Dozen Cookies**

To make it easier, think about cookies in terms of dozens. A typical recipe makes 2 to 4 dozen cookies, which is either going to be 24, 36, or 48 cookies.

**Scooping Per Person**

Now, to make your multiple of a dozen, you will want to get a tablespoon scoop.

From the cookie dough mix, you want to take 3 to 5 tablespoon scoops per person that’s going to be eating the cookies.

**Doing The Math**

So, let’s do some equations. Just what you always want to do when cooking!

If we go on a basis of 3 to 5 cookie dough scoops per person, then a group of 10 people will need at least 30 scoops – and at most 50!

When the gathering is more than 15 people, one batch isn’t going to feed them all. In those cases, it’s a good idea to make a second batch.

**The Average Recipe**

The average recipe makes about 24 to 48 cookies, which is going in multiples of a dozen again.

If you work with this in mind, you can have a good idea of how many batches of dough you will need to make to feed everyone.

If your recipe is for big cookies, then you will want to lower the amount you make for each person.

You will still be using the same amount of dough, but everyone will be getting larger cookies!

**Related Questions**

**How Much Does A Batch Of Cookies Cost?**

You may be wondering through all this how much the cookie making is going to cost you. After all, if you’ve got a large party to feed then you might be having to spend more.

Some people have found that it costs around $4.85 to bake a batch of cookies.

This takes into account all the ingredients that you need to buy for it, rather than the time you have to put in too – which isn’t inconsiderable either!

If you’ve got a lot of guests, this may seem expensive. However, they will certainly all leave happy!

**How Many Cookies Do You Get From A Pack Of Cookie Dough?**

You can buy cookie dough pre-made, instead of buying the ingredients.

The amount varies, but it often says how many cookies you can get out of it on the packet.

**Final Thoughts**

Baking cookies is a great treat, but always make sure that you know how many you’re going to come out with!