Double Chocolate Almond Cookies

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Introduction: Double Chocolate Almond Cookies

About: I have always loved to cook and share my food with others. Whether exploring new recipes and foods from all over the world or cooking an old comfort food favourite. It is always important to cook with love...

Delicious chocolate cookies with dark chocolate chips - not ideal for after Christmas diets but everything in moderation...as they say!  They are really quick and easy to make and also make a great food gift.  

ingredients:
100g ground almonds
100g sugar
100g softened butter
80g plain flour
20g cocoa powder
50g chocolate chips
1 tsp vanilla essence
20g icing sugar to dust 

preparation time:  10 minutes
cooking time:  15 minutes 

Step 1: Preheat the Oven and Prepare Your Baking Sheets

  • preheat the oven to 180C and grease and line your baking sheets 

Step 2: Cream the Butter and Sugar

  • add the butter and sugar to a bowl and beat with an electric mixer or wooden spoon until well incorporated

Step 3: Add the Other Ingredients

  • add in the flour, ground almonds, cocoa, vanilla essence and chocolate chips and mix well until a dough forms

Step 4: Roll Into Balls

  • roll into walnut sized balls and place on the lined baking sheet with some space between each one.  

Step 5: Bake

  • place trays in the preheated oven and bake for about 15 minutes
  • take out of oven and leave to cool on a rack before dusting with icing sugar
  • Enjoy yourself or give away as a lovely homemade gift :) 

You can check out my other recipes on:  http://chipbuttiesandnoodlesoup.blogspot.co.uk/

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    Those sound tasty, I just love chocolate cookies! So these cookies don't flatten and spread when they are baked?

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    Thanks so much - they flatten a bit but not much. You could flatten them a bit before baking if you like :)