Wholemeal (Wholewheat) Chocolate Chip Cookies

These are lovely soft cookies. I adapted a recipe to use wholemeal flour in an effort to fool myself that these are healthy.(Elle Cuisine Aust. Oct 2000). You may use normal self-raising flour if you prefer. Australian measurements used.

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  • Preheat oven to 180 deg C., 350 deg F. Line 2 baking trays with non-stick paper.
  • Place butter in mixing bowl then beat with electric mixer until smooth.
  • Gradually add both sugars and beat until mix is pale and creamy.
  • Add egg and vanilla. Continue to beat until well combined.
  • Stir through the chocolate and walnuts.
  • Stir in both flours and the salt. When this becomes difficult finish this using your (washed) hands.
  • Using 2 tablespoons of mix, roll into ball and place on tray. Repeat with remaining mix. Leave a 5cm gap between cookies as these spread quite a bit. Gently flatten top of balls with fingers (don't press too flat).
  • Bake in oven for approximately 14 minutes or until light golden & cooked through.
  • Remove from oven and rest on baking trays for 2 minutes to harden. Transfer to wire rack to cool.
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"These are lovely soft cookies. I adapted a recipe to use wholemeal flour in an effort to fool myself that these are healthy.(Elle Cuisine Aust. Oct 2000). You may use normal self-raising flour if you prefer. Australian measurements used."
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  1. auntchelle
    These are lovely soft cookies. I adapted a recipe to use wholemeal flour in an effort to fool myself that these are healthy.(Elle Cuisine Aust. Oct 2000). You may use normal self-raising flour if you prefer. Australian measurements used.
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