Prep 10 mins
Cook 10 mins
I recently fel in love with cookies as i only have to make them once and they keep up to one or two weeks in your cookie jar. Well, if you let them. That way i do not waste anymore tears of left over cake which i have to trow away. We are only two and sometimes, we just feel for a bite of cake but we can never finisih it all - and we should not even if we could. This is a simple recipe for choclate cookies which are simple and good.
- 1 cup butter, softened
- 6 tablespoons brown sugar
- 2 cups flour
- 2 teaspoons Dutch-processed cocoa powder
- Mix butter and sugar until creamy.
- Add flour and cacao.
- Roll little balls and press them onto your baking sheet.
- Bake at 150°C for 10´.
We really enjoyed these cookies! They were soft and cake-ish, but still very much a cookie..if that makes sense. Lol I added 1TB of cocoa instead of the 2 tspn, and cooked them for about 15 minutes. We enjoyed them with our afternoon coffee, thanks for sharing! [Made & reviewed as a thankyou for reviewing one of my recipes :)]
Well, based on the intro to this recipe I was expecting something between a cake and a cookie, however being that there isn't any actual liquid in this recipe, I can't really assume I'd end up with either. I halved the recipe knowing I'd be the only one eating these and got 9. 150C translates to 302F, so I set my oven to 300F. I used Smart Balance with Flaxseed Oil spread in lieu of the butter, which may have affected the results, but I've baked cookies and breads and cakes with this with excellent results in the past, so I doubt the substitution made that big of a difference. The rest of the ingreds I followed. These were very quick and easy to make, but I had to cook them 20 mins instead of 10. After 10 mins they were still "wet" and raw. After 20 mins I let them sit on the cookie sheet for 5-10mins. The result was a very dry powdery, mildly chocolate cookie. Somewhat bland, melts in your mouth, but overall kind of disappointing. I feel bad for giving low stars, but this just didn't work out for me. I appreciate your sharing this recipe though, and I'd love to see what others discover if they decide to try your recipe. Thank you, Iceland. :) Made for Please Review My Recipe tag game.