These cookies are sensational. No more, no less. You can whip up a batch in less than 10 minutes and have delicious cookies in no time. I've often usen them as a dessert, fresh out of the oven while they are still soft and chewy, with a dollop of vanilla ice cream on top and warm chocolate sauce poured over. But they do come with a warning, they are highly addictive and eating too many and you will end up with a tummy ache. But Christmas is around the corner and the diet doesn't start until January, so what are you waiting for. Go bake!
Ingredients:150g of white sugar
150g of brown sugar (the sticky kind)
125g of half-melted butter
1 tbsp vanilla
1 tsp raising powder
340 g of flour
Chunks of Chocolate (White & Dark)
Add the eggs and whisk it white and creamy before adding the flour.
Mix the vanilla, raising powder with the flour and add it. When baking these, don't improvise on measures as it's all a rather exact science. This is build on years and years of trial and error. Just go with me on this one.
This batch is mixed with dark and white chocolate and walnuts. Other suggestions are M&Ms or raisins. Place the dough on cling film. Roll it into a sausage and put it in the fridge for at least and hour. Or you could even make a big batch and keep them a couple of days, and then take them out. Cut a few and make freshly baked cookies.
Take the dough out of the fridge and slice it.
They might look raw when you take them out, but you need to look for the lower part of the cookie to be slightly brown. Leave them too long and they'll go dry or even worse - burn.