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Easy Chocolate Chip Cookies Recipe at MyDish

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Easy Chocolate Chip Cookies

by Team MyDish

by Team MyDishViewed 1776 times


    Description

    A typically American style cookie - baked to create a chewey cookie

    Method

    1. 1. Blend butter and sugar
    2. 2. Add the egg
    3. 3. Fold in flour and dry ingredients
    4. 4. Add chocolate chips at the end
    5. 5. Roll into a sausage shape and put in a clean bag and store in the fridge
    6. 6. Slice cookies from the sausage and cook in the oven (170) for 10 mins - or a little longer if you like the cookies more crunchy

    3 Comments

    • by carol savage

      carol savage  Thu Jan 24 2013   • Reply

      Just added 2oz of porridge oats and white choc chips - my kids rated them 11 out of 10!

    • by Team MyDish

      Team MyDish  Mon Sep 19 2011   • Reply

      Hi Tom - so delighted you enjoyed them - the oats are a good idea - I'll give that a go next time I knock up a batch.

    • by tom savage

      tom savage  Wed Sep 14 2011   • Reply

      I made these and they were really good - i added a sprinkle of oats to make the dough drier and it made it taste really good - and then we cooked them! (only a few left)

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    Ingredients

    • 4oz butter
    • 4oz caster sugar
    • 4oz light brown sugar
    • 8oz plain flour
    • 1 tsp bicarbonate of soda
    • 1 tsp salt
    • 100g chocolate chips
    • 1 egg
    • 2oz Quaker oats
    Chocolate Chip Cookies Recipe at MyDish

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    Chocolate Chip Cookies

    by Michelle Spevick

    by Michelle SpevickViewed 44065 times


      Description

      Easy, quick and delicious cookie recipe I still use from my domestic science lessons at Rosary Priory when I was 11!

      Method

      1. 1. Cream marg/butter and sugar
      2. 2. Beat in egg.
      3. 3. Stir in flour and chocolate.
      4. 4. Place in small spoonfuls on greased/lined baking tray.
      5. 5. Bake 180 for 10-15 minutes.

      12 Comments

      • by Charlie Oldfield

        Charlie Oldfield  Mon Jun 3 2013   • Reply

        What is 180 in gas mark?

      • by Team MyDish

        Team MyDish  Fri Apr 26 2013   • Reply

        So pleased you liked them - enjoy!

      • by arexu.as

        arexu.as  Sat Mar 23 2013   • Reply

        OMG, I loved, so good and also easy. thank you

      • by Anett

        Anett  Mon Nov 21 2011   • Reply

        I tried these Chocolate Chip Cookies recipe and added a hint of orange zest OMG these are great.

      • by Adrian

        Adrian  Fri Nov 18 2011   • Reply

        I must say I have tried Nigella totally chocolate chocolate chip cookies but your easy chocolate chip cookies recipe is spot on for me. Thanks so much also tweeted this :-)

      • by Trickster360

        Trickster360  Sat Dec 4 2010   • Reply

        This is a sick recipe. Im 12 so i cant do complicated recipes but this was really easy and the taste was well worth the effort

      • by Lizphills

        Lizphills  Mon Mar 22 2010   • Reply

        The dough ends up a bit dry there's a bit 2 much flour for the eggs or fat used

      • by cookiemonster

        cookiemonster  Fri Aug 7 2009   • Reply

        i loved the cookies thanks so much to die for

      • by safeting

        safeting  Wed May 13 2009   • Reply

        omg like totally wow these are liki totally great i've like never tried anything like them!
        The are like awsome!
        toodles x

      • by woozely

        woozely  Sun Feb 10 2008   • Reply

        Hi my name is Susie and I am 13. I found your cookies really easy to make and me and my mum think that they are delicous! Thanks 4 the gr8 recipe we really enjoyed it!:)

      • by hi fi

        hi fi  Thu Jan 17 2008   • Reply

        Just made your cookies, they were truely yum!This is Helen's daughter, my name is Ellie && i LOVE your cookies.tee-hehe. thanks for posting your recipie! x :)

      • by Joyce-x

        Joyce-x  Wed Dec 26 2007   • Reply

        I tried your recipe...It turned out like those french madeira cakes but with chocolate bits....! It was nice though. I had to add a bit of Baking powder and Vanilla essence because it had no flavour!

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      Ingredients

      • 75 g soft brown sugar
      • 75 g soft butter/margarine
      • 100 g chocolate chunks/drops
      • 150 g self raising flour
      • 1 egg
      New York Chocolate Chip Cookies Recipe at MyDish

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      New York Chocolate Chip Cookies

      by carol savage

      by carol savageViewed 28158 times


        Description

        A great recipe from a New York department store that grossly overcharged for the recipe, so the disgruntled customer sent it to all her friends and now I pass it onto you!

        Method

        1. 1. Cream butter and sugar and mix

        2. 2. Add the eggs and essence

        3. 3. Then add dry ingredients and chocolate chips.

        4. 2. Mix together.

        5. 3. Roll into balls (large marbles) and put on a greaseproof lined tray.

        6. 4. Cook for 10 mins at oven 375 F.

        30 Comments

        • by Team MyDish

          Team MyDish  Wed Sep 14 2011   • Reply

          I made these and put unsalted butter in - but added about 3 tablespoons of oats made it really yummy (even after i cooked them)

        • by carol savage

          carol savage  Tue Jul 19 2011   • Reply

          Hi Eliza Jane..sounds great why dont you take a piccie and put the variations up as yours - would love to see the different versions we can try

        • by eliza jane

          eliza jane  Tue Jul 19 2011   • Reply

          Just made these with white choc chunks and orange zest...amazing. Next batch will be orange zest, sultana and I think some cornflakes just for a bit of texture.

        • by carol savage

          carol savage  Mon Jul 4 2011   • Reply

          I think the basic cookie goes well with all kinds of extras - please let me know whether the orange variations work.

        • by eliza jane

          eliza jane  Sun Jul 3 2011   • Reply

          Just made these with chopped up chunks of white chocolate. They are just like the big flat cookies you buy in bags at the supermarket. They are a bit special! Might put some orange zest in the next batch.

        • by Mumof4

          Mumof4  Thu Jun 16 2011   • Reply

          what can I say?.....YUMMMMM!

        • by Ben Permutt

          Ben Permutt  Mon Mar 28 2011   • Reply

          The best cookies ever!!!!!!!!!! Perfect every time!

        • by nishyr

          nishyr  Sat Nov 20 2010   • Reply

          Absolutely delicious. I used chocolate chunks as I had run out of chocolate chips. I will definately be making these again and again!

        • by saz.irvine

          saz.irvine  Mon Oct 18 2010   • Reply

          this is truely an amazing recipe, guess what my son has in his lunch box tomorrow? will definitely be making these again. thank you

        • by daijohn

          daijohn  Fri Oct 15 2010   • Reply

          Made these for the 1st time today,what can I say ?Fantastic!

        • by Cookie Monster

          Cookie Monster  Sun Jun 20 2010   • Reply

          OMG! - OMG! Popped into Taste of London at in Regent's Park today and this lovely lady came up to me and gave me the most wonderful Chocolate Chip Cookie I have ever tasted - and I am the expert RIGHT! She told me I could share the recipe with her as it is on Mydish. So I rushed home and knocked up a batch and Oh Boy!!! sooo goood!!! Now all eaten of course. I think I'm in love with those cookies and ahat wonderful lady who introduced me to them.

        • by LouisaTownend

          LouisaTownend  Sat Jun 19 2010   • Reply

          Best cookies ever!

        • by Kenny

          Kenny  Fri Jun 18 2010   • Reply

          Met Carol at the Taste of London foodie fair in Regent's Park today - she is handing out these cookies and chatting to people. attending the exhibition - get on down there if you can it's well worth the trip. The cookies are fab and so is she - sooooo much energy!!!

        • by carol savage

          carol savage  Mon Jun 7 2010   • Reply

          Thanx - Just remember to undercook them if you like them really lovely and gooey

        • by sophee

          sophee  Sat Jun 5 2010   • Reply

          nice and simple to follow! Grate for dislexia! lol. xx I asked daddy if i coulds make them and he said yes! definetly heaven on a plate, everything a 13 year old girl could ask for. Simply perfection. xx

        • by carol savage

          carol savage  Mon Nov 23 2009   • Reply

          Yes i "Cream" or beat together the butter with both the sugars - i like the quantity provide in the recipe which is probably cos i have a real sweet tooth and i sue any brown sugar - whatever is in the store - usually soft light brown sugar

        • by Mum4ever

          Mum4ever  Fri Nov 6 2009   • Reply

          When you cream the butter & sugar, do you cream both the caster and brown sugar at this stage ? Also, what type of brown sugar is best?

        • by bailes_30

          bailes_30  Wed Sep 30 2009   • Reply

          i found that 10oz of sugar was too much sweetness. also excuse my ignorance but what is cream the butter?

        • by carol savage

          carol savage  Mon Sep 28 2009   • Reply

          There are 2 lots of sugar - brown and caster sugar

        • by Julie E Clarke

          Julie E Clarke  Sun Sep 27 2009   • Reply

          it doesnt say when to add the egg, we just did it before the dry ingredients - seems to work

        • by Julie E Clarke

          Julie E Clarke  Sun Sep 27 2009   • Reply

          it asks for 5oz sugar twice, is this right or should it be just the once?

        • by carol savage

          carol savage  Thu Sep 17 2009   • Reply

          What did you do - and did it work?

        • by bailes_30

          bailes_30  Thu Sep 17 2009   • Reply

          i found 10oz in total of sugar was too much

        • by carol savage

          carol savage  Sat Sep 5 2009   • Reply

          Thanks for that - i like it best when you slightly undercook it so it is a bit gooey!

        • by Julie E Clarke

          Julie E Clarke  Mon Aug 31 2009   • Reply

          great recipie, I made them too big and so they were sticky in the middle, absolutely heaven.

        • by bevpat

          bevpat  Fri Aug 28 2009   • Reply

          really morish, thanks

        • by carol savage

          carol savage  Wed Dec 19 2007   • Reply

          you are all right and i have changed it in the recipe - thanks

        • by Jacquie

          Jacquie  Fri Dec 7 2007   • Reply

          Definately must be 4oz - cos that's what I used when I made these unbelievable cookies -
          which are everything a good cookie should be crispy on the outside and soft and mouthwatering on the inside. Watch out though cos if you leave them in the oven for a second too long they go hard so make sure you keep an eye on them

        • by londonmum

          londonmum  Fri Oct 12 2007   • Reply

          I assume this must be 4 oz

        • by PamF

          PamF  Tue Sep 25 2007   • Reply

          40 oz - is this right?

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        Ingredients

        • 1tsp vanilla essence
        • ½ tsp baking powder
        • 4oz brown sugar
        • 1 eggs
        • ½ tsp salt
        • 2oz blended oats (ready brek)
        • 4oz caster sugar
        • 2 tspp bicarbonate of soda
        • 7 oz plain flour
        • 6oz choc chip
        • 4oz Butter
        Rye Chocolate Chip Cookies Recipe at MyDish

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        Rye Chocolate Chip Cookies

        by amygoodall@blueyonder.co.uk

        by amygoodall@blueyonder.co.ukViewed 1 times


          Description

          I have discovered that rye is not just for bread! A tasty variation on a chocolate chip cookie.

          Method

          1. Melt the butter and leave to cool for 5 minutes.
          2. Put both the sugars in a mixing bowl, pour in the slightly cooled butter and stir together.
          3. Lightly whisk the egg and vanilla, then add to the bowl and beat well, either with a wooden spoon or with electric beaters.
          4. Sift in the flours and add the rye flakes and salt if using. If not using chocolate chips / drops, roughly chop the chocolate into small chunks, add to the bowl and mix everything together until it forms a dough.
          5. Wrap the dough in cling film and flatten and chill in the fridge for 2 hours.
          6. Preheat the oven to 180°C and line 1 or more baking tray(s) with baking paper or a silicone mat.
          7. Pull off chunks of dough and roll into balls roughly the size of a walnut.
          8. Place on the lined baking tray(s), about 5 cm apart, and bake for 12 minutes. Leave to cool on the tray(s) for 5 minutes then eat warm or move to a wire rack to cool completely.

          Tips

          If not baking all at once, the remaining balls can be kept in the fridge for up to three days. Or you can freeze them (on a tray covered in cling film, then when hard, pop them in a freezer bag). Cook from frozen, adding a couple of minutes to the cooking time. I like the mixture of half dark chocolate and half milk chocolate but just use one, or a different combination, if you prefer. Also good with spelt flour and spelt flakes.

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          Ingredients

          • 100 g Unsalted butter
          • 120 g Light muscovado sugar
          • 40 g Golden caster sugar
          • 1-2 tsp (to taste) Vanilla paste (or extract)
          • 1 egg
          • 90 g Plain flour
          • 90 g  Rye flour
          • ½ tsp Sea salt (optional)
          • 35 g Rye flakes
          • 60 g Dark chocolate
          • 60 g Milk chocolate