Triple Chocolate Cookies


Good morning everyone, how are you today?

Like many others, I find comfort in baking and have recently rediscovered my love for it since spending so much time at home! Creating a fluffy mixture, infusing the kitchen with sweet goodness whilst watching bakes rise into soft, freshly-baked puddings is so relaxing. Over the weekend, I made some delicious triple chocolate chip cookies and I promised I’d share the recipe with you – so here it is!

You will need:

200g butter, 300g caster sugar, 1 egg, 275g self-raising flour, 75g cocoa powder, a bar of Cadburys milk chocolate, a bar of white chocolate and a baking tray

Method:

Put the oven on 200ᵒC. Soften the butter and mix it with the sugar. Add the egg and mix again. Then sift the flour and the cocoa powder. The mixture will not be runny – it should be relatively ‘firm’ and easy to mould! (Shown in the images below.) Then, break the chocolate bars into smaller pieces (I usually just half the segments so the chocolate pieces are quite big.) Mix and voila! Roll the mixture into balls, flatten them slightly once they’re on the baking tray and pop them in the oven for literally 7-9 minutes! They don’t look ready as soon as they’re out the oven but don’t be fooled!

So, there’s the recipe! It’s super simple and it makes the most delicious cookies – I swear by them! It’s pretty flexible too, you can add whatever chocolate bars you like, however, I do just stick to the standard Cadburys and white milky bar.

I hope you’ve enjoyed this post and let me know how you get on with the cookies, I’d love to see how they turn out!

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Lots of love,
Somewhat Perfect xxx

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