Chunky Chocolate & Almond Cookie

Use your favorite milk chocolate - deliciousness is guaranteed!

Recipe By: cookbuzz (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/454)
Makes 15-20 Prep: 20 min Cook: 18 min

Ingredients

Your favorite chocolate 200g
Butter 100g
Granulated sugar 200g
Eggs (medium) 2
Flour 190g
Baking powder 1/6 tsp
Salt 1/6 tsp
Cocoa powder 25g
Sliced almonds 100g

Method

1
I used my favourite Cadbury's dairy milk chocolate (fruit and nut variety).
2
Put half the chocolate and the butter in a bowl and microwave for 1 minute then whisk well.
3
Add the sugar and eggs and whisk well.
4
Mix the flour, baking powder, salt and cocoa powder in a separate bowl then sieve it into Step 3. Mix well with a spatula.
5
Roughly chop the remaining chocolate with a knife and add into Step 4 with the sliced almond and mix lightly.
6
Lay a baking sheet on an oven tray and evenly place ping-pong ball size amounts of the mixture from Step 5, pressing each down slightly. The cookies will expand by around 1.5 times so space them out well.
7
Bake in a preheated oven 160°C for 18 minutes. Enjoy the chocolatey flavour and soft texture!

Tips & Note

You can use self-raising flour but don't use baking powder in this case.
Don't give away the secret that you used Cadbury's...

Chunky Chocolate & Almond Cookie

Use your favorite milk chocolate - deliciousness is guaranteed!

Recipe By: cookbuzz (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/454)

Makes 15-20

Prep: 20 min

Cook: 18 min

Ingredients

Your favorite chocolate 200g
Butter 100g
Granulated sugar 200g
Eggs (medium) 2
Flour 190g
Baking powder 1/6 tsp
Salt 1/6 tsp
Cocoa powder 25g
Sliced almonds 100g

Chunky Chocolate & Almond Cookie

Recipe ID :2552 Posted on 28 MAR 2017

Makes 15-20

Prep 20min
Cook 18min
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Use your favorite milk chocolate - deliciousness is guaranteed!

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Method

Prep
20min
Cook
18min
1
I used my favourite Cadbury's dairy milk chocolate (fruit and nut variety).
2
Put half the chocolate and the butter in a bowl and microwave for 1 minute then whisk well.
3
Add the sugar and eggs and whisk well.
4
Mix the flour, baking powder, salt and cocoa powder in a separate bowl then sieve it into Step 3. Mix well with a spatula.
5
Roughly chop the remaining chocolate with a knife and add into Step 4 with the sliced almond and mix lightly.
6
Lay a baking sheet on an oven tray and evenly place ping-pong ball size amounts of the mixture from Step 5, pressing each down slightly. The cookies will expand by around 1.5 times so space them out well.
7
Bake in a preheated oven 160°C for 18 minutes. Enjoy the chocolatey flavour and soft texture!

Tips & Note

You can use self-raising flour but don't use baking powder in this case.
Don't give away the secret that you used Cadbury's...

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