Do you like your chocolate chip cookies fluffy or brittle?
Sweet or nutty? Why not try this delicious recipe that I’ve been experimenting with?
Try this recipe and tell me, did you like it?
How fast did it disappear -was it into your stomach with relish or to the bin with disgust?
This is the recipe not designed not for your figure and health but rather as a pick me up on those days. So.
Indulge a little with this recipe here.
- Chocolate Bars 200gm
- Flour 225gm
- Baking Soda 1/2tsp
- Vanilla Extract 1/2 tsp
- Large Egg 1
- Butter 150gm
- Caster Sugar 70gm
- Dark Sugar 90gm
Preheat the oven to 170° Celsius at Gas Mark 5
- Cream the butter and sugar together.
- It incorporates air into your cookie!
- Pop the butter into the oven and melt 1/3-1/2 of the butter to make creaming it easier.
- Greater amount of the brown sugar adds chewiness to the cookie so adjust to your taste.
- Add the egg and vanilla extract.
- Sift in the flour, baking soda, and salt into the mixture.
- Baking soda helps spreads the cookie and baking powder puffs the cookie.
- Mix this with a wooden spoon.
- If you whisk this you will make a though cookie. No one will advise this. Use the wooden spoon from the edge of your bowl towards the inside repeatedly until it is mixed well.
Line the tray with baking sheets.
Shape the cookie dough into a small ball < you can use ice-cream scoop, spoon, or your hands > and place onto the baking sheet with wide spaces in between. Remember the cookie will spread in the oven.
Bake for 8-10 minutes in the oven at 170° Celsius at Gas Mark 5. Take the tray out when the edges starts to turn brown/golden.
- Take the baking sheet with the cookies off the tray. This insures that your cookie won’t be burned at the bottom when cooling <the tray is still hot out of the oven>.
- Place the cookies into the cookie jar after cooling. This will insure that it remains moist/crunchy instead of stiff. <It doesn’t have to be a cookie jar, as long it’s airtight it’s good to go>
- You can use any type of chocolate bars, the uneven shapes you get when chopping gives your cookie more character and it tastes better too! – add nuts this part is to your taste.
- If your chocolates is always at the bottom of you cookie, try mixing it in the flour first. This will make sure that the chocolates can be found even in the centre of your cookie.