Introduction: Froggies Coockies

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I love cooking because I love eating. And I love cookies. As we are on an US based website and as I am french, I have had the idea to share with you my own recipe of American cookies. Let me know what you think about it ;-)

What you will need:

  • 250 g of flour,
  • 125g of butter,
  • 1 egg,
  • 2 spoons of honey,
  • 1/2 bag of baking powder
  • Chocolate
  • 125 g of sugar
  • Vanilia sugar
  • salt

Let's bake it and check if frogs can make cookies ;-)


(don't forget to wash your hands ;-)


Have a look at my other recipes ;-)

Step 1: Mix Dry Ingredients

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In a big bowl, mix all dry ingredients in a big jag.

Cut the butter in small pieces and melt it (I use the microwave, it is so convenient ;-).

Add two big spoons of honey. I love honey so I am used to even put a little bit more ;-)

Break the egg and pour it into the mix.

Beat it like an omelette.

Pour this mix into the jar and incorporate with the dry ingredients.

Step 2: Chocolate, Chocolate...

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I use raw chocolate instead of buying already made chocolate chips. I rather prepare my own as I love big chunk of chocolate that melt in your mouth.

So take your chocolate bars (I took a bit more than 200g of mixed milk and black chocolate) and cut them into small pieces.

Pour in the jar and incorporate into the dough.

Step 3: Bake Your Cookies

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Warm your oven at 220°C.

Out of your dough, prepare from 8 to 10 balls according to your taste (8 if you like big cookies, 10 if you like smaller).

Arrange the balls on a baking plate covered with baking paper and press it slightly.

Bake it for 9 min (soft) to 11 min (crispy).

Enjoy!

Comments

mrsmerwin (author)2017-02-11

I was intrigued by your title. I wondered what made them 'froggie'. This sounds like a good chocolate chip cookie. I will have to try it and see how it compares with the ones I usually make.

peabody1929 (author)2017-02-02

I think you mean "bowl" instead of "jar". How should I measure the baking powder? It comes in a can, not in small pouches. Thanks!

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