When it comes to Chocolate Chip Cookies I am one of the pickiest persons ever. Most of them are too sweet for me – others are too buttery – too rich – too heavy. None of the Chocolate Chip cookies were the way I liked them so far. Last weekend I experimented with some ingredients to create a recipe which I actually like. Try it out and let me know how you like it! 🙂
What you need for Chocolate Chip Cookies:
200 g Brown Sugar
1 tsp Salt
1 ½ tsp Baking powder
1 tsp Vanilla Aroma
200 g Margarine
360 g Flour
200 Chocolate (chopped)
1. Measure all the ingredients
2. Chop the chocolate. You can also buy the chocolate drops, however, I like it when there are smaller and bigger pieces in the cookie.
3. Mix the sugar and the eggs together until it’s frothy. Add the salt, vanilla aroma and the margarine. Mix the dry ingredients (flour, baking powder) in an extra bowl and mix it afterwards with wet ingredients. In the end you add on the chopped chocolate and stir it with a spoon.
4. Take two table spoons and form little flat balls in the size of the spoons. Don’t put more than 9 cookies on one baking sheet. The cookies will grow and we don’t want them to stick together, right? 😉
5. Bake the cookies for about 20 minutes. 160°C air circulation. If you prefer the cookies softer, take them out after 15-17 minutes. Even though they might be still a bit pale, don’t leave them too long in the oven. They will get dry and won’t be so nice anymore (I tried it…).
6. Let the cookies cool down.
7. In the end you can dredge the Chocolate Chip Cookies with some powder sugar. Ready! 🙂