Cookies… aren’t they just loved by everyone?
There’s just so much choice when it comes to a cookie. there’s so many choices of flavours, textures, fillings that I think I can honestly say cookies are my all time favourite sweet treat! are they yours?
As you can probably tell, I’m very passionate about food I love so when I’m sharing it with you all, you best believe the recipes gonna be blooming good!
Yet again, today’s bake is inspired by Jane’s Patisserie who posted a photo of some cookies she’d made and instantly I knew I had to recreate them.
Triple choc chip cookies… now that’s my kind of cookie. Why skimp out on the chocolate? why not just chuck all three flavours of chocolate into one cookie and enjoy it. Sounds good to me! so today I’m sharing with you my ‘Triple Chocolate Cookies’. If your like me and just reading about them has your stomach rumbling, then the recipe to make these bad boys is down below:
Ingredients You Need:
- 250g Of Unsalted Butter
- 200g Of Demerara Sugar
- 150g Of Granulated Sugar
- 2 Large Eggs
- 2tsp Of Vanilla Essence
- 500g Of Plain Flour
- 70g Of Cocoa Powder
- 3tsp Of Baking Powder
- 1tsp Of Bicarbonate Of Soda
- 100g Of Milk Cooking Chocolate
- 100g Of White Cooking Chocolate
- 100g Of Dark Cooking Chocolate
- Dash Of Milk
How To Make Triple Chocolate Cookies:
- firstly, gather together your ingredients & equipment and line two baking trays with parchment paper.
- Secondly, add your 250g of unsalted butter, 200g of demerara sugar and 150g of granulated sugar into a large bowl and beat together using an electric whisk.
- Once you’ve beaten together the butter and sugar, add in the 2 large eggs and 2tsp of vanilla extract and beat again.
- Now, add in your 500g of plain flour, 1tsp of bicarbonate of soda, 3tsp of baking powder, 70g of cocoa powder and mix together until a cookie dough is formed.
- Get your three cooking chocolates and whilst still in the packet, bash and roll your rolling pin over them until the chocolate has broken up into little pieces, then mix the little pieces of chocolate into the cookie dough until well distributed.
- TIP: If your finding your dough isn’t coming together, add in a dash of milk and continue adding milk until your dough is fully formed.
- Next, wrap your dough up in cling film and place into the fridge for around an hour.
- Whilst your cooking dough is chilling in the fridge, pre heat your oven to 180C Fan / Gas Mark 4.
- Once your hours up, take your dough out the fridge and using your hands, take pieces of the dough and roll them into medium size balls. TIP: I personally didn’t care if the cookies were different sizes but if you want each cookie to be the same size, get your scales and weigh out each ball.
- When you’ve rolled all your cookie dough balls, place them onto the lined baking trays, I put 6 per tray. TIP: don’t flatten your cookies as they’ll flatten as they bake.
- Place the baking trays into the oven for around 12-14 minutes.
- Finally, once the cookies have baked, leave to cool on tray before moving to a wire rack to cool further.
That’s your cookies prepared, refrigerated, cooked and ready to eat. YUM!
All my bakes go down a treat with my family but these cookies… hit another level! I think they were demolished in 2 days and everyone complimented me on how good they were, so I was very pleased with the outcome.
Are cookies your favourite sweet treat too? let me know in the comments below or on my baking instagram page (@ellesbakeoff) if there’s any other cookies you’d like me to make. I’m a cookie gal at heart so I’m more than happy to try experimenting with new flavours!
I really hope you liked today’s post and it got you in the mood to bake! Cookies are a super fun bake to do and these, well they are just so easy to make. Apart from the refrigerated time, these only take around half hour to make and then little to no time to bake. Just a yummy sweet treat for all to enjoy.
Sending tons of love & hugs to you all as always,