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Stuck on the roof of your mouth. Chocolate chip flavour. Cocoa boosted.A crunchy baked outside coating but wait….
…an irresistible melting soft fudgy centre.It’s a tongue
twisting, deliciously breathtaking experience, of pure indulgence, all combined to make this mouthwatering chocolate chip cookie
one of the best I have ever tried.
I’m having some quality time with my sister and her family. I’m experiencing a world I have never ventured into. The world of motherhood. Can it really be this exhausting! I’m loving every minute of it. Every day is a new adventure into the world of 6 and 8 year olds.Can there be this much competition at a young age!
A wonderland of play, a kaleidoscope of colours…
Making and baking things have strung a new string in my creative mind.
What to make for the first day of school, lunch box treats?
The shiny new lunch box is filled with fruit,crackers,cheese,sandwiches(healthy) and of course that energy boosting sugar plus delight.
Here’s the favourite of my niece and nephews taste buds….
Chocolate Chip Cookies.
Read on for this recipe,it’s childs play …
It’s a favourite with the kids and the irresistible fudgy chocolaty taste will win you over.
This recipe has been adapted from the Neiman Marcus recipe…had to look that one up! You can read about the recipe here…urban legend…status – false. What ever the recipe it’s going round.
My sister has also tweaked it for her kids liking. I have to admit I love cooking with my sister we seem to know what the other is thinking and as our minds mix we create some wonderful things…it’s been too long since we’ve been together.
Serving: 12 cookies
Oven Temp: 375°F / 190
1/2 cup softened butter
1 cup brown sugar
3 tablespoons granulated sugar
1 large egg
2 teaspoons vanilla extract
1 3/4 cup flour
1/2 teaspoon baking soda
1/2 teaspoon baking soda
1/2 teaspoon salt
2 tablespoons cocoa powder
1 cup chocolate bits
Cream the butter with the sugars until fluffy.Beat in the egg..
Add the vanilla extract…
Combine the flour,baking powder, baking soda, salt and cocoa. Then beat into the butter mixture.
Stir in the chocolate chips. Roll desert spoonfuls in you hand, gently forming a ball and place on a oven tray covered with oven proof paper.Gently press down. Cover the top with extra chocolate bits.
Cook in pre heated oven for 8 minutes…yes, only eight minutes…
These chocolate chip cookies are the best and easy as child’s play. Ready in minutes for the school day lunch boxes or a relax with a good magazine and coffee.
You deserve a coffee break and a chocolate chip cookie!
I’m about to make something very similar for the new lunch box 🙂
Yum, lucky kiddies 🙂
The cookies look delicious and all the beauty you surround them with make them extra special! Thank you for sharing the recipe. Blessings to you, Yvette…
You are the most wonderful aunt and how special to spent time with your sister and her family.