Thursday 4 August 2011

Loving: Chocolate Chip Biccies ♥

We did some serious baking yesterday - two types of cookies, about 10 baking tray loads... Needless to say we now have biscuits for a long long time...

♥ Baking
♥ Biscuits
♥ Little Helpers
♥ The Smell That Fills The House
♥ Using the leftover sweetened condensed milk to replace sugar and milk in my coffees!

♥ This Recipe:

Classic Chocolate Chip Cookies
500g butter
1 cup supgar
6 tbsp sweetened condensed milk
few drops vanilla essence
4 1/2 cups flour
4 tsp baking powder
500g dark chocolate, chopped into chunks, not too small

Preheat oven to 170'C.
Beat butter and sugar until creamy.
Beat in the condensed milk and vanilla.
Stir in dry ingredients and chopped chocolate.
Roll into large walnut-sized balls and place on cold, greased oven trays, allowing some room to flatten.
Flatten with the palm of your hand.
Bake for 15-20 minutes until lightly golden.  
Cool then remove from trays and store in an airtight container.
Makes about 70.

Recipe by Annabel Langbein.

It's a deliciously buttery chocolaty cookie.  I don't really change much to this recipe.  I use Nestle cooking chocolate (chopped into big chunks) or Nestle Dark Chocolate Melts (broken in half).  I flatten them with a fork or the heel of my hand and they don't need more than 15 minutes in my oven.

They also don't last long in our house!

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  1. Mmmmm, these look scrumptious!

  2. oh they look delicious! I can almost smell them cooking!!

  3. My favourite chocolate chip recipe ever!!!

  4. Yum! Look so good, will be trying you recipe :)

  5. YUM! We use a similar recipe for our cookies.

  6. YUM! This looks like the most amazing choccy chip recipe of all time! I'm totally going to give it a go - I'm all for anything with condensed milk in it (mostly so i can sneak it into my milo's once the tin is open!) Good luck with getting the baking to last very long - no matter how much I do it seems to get swallowed up in no time at all!


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