Chocolate Chip Cookies




I'll show you how to make chocolate chip cookies. Come on, I know you like them.

Step 1: Preparation

Hi all you cookie eating fox out there, I think it's time for me to show you how to make your own delicious easy chocolate chip cookies in no time.
Shall we start?
The first thing to do is to gather all your stuff and lay it on the table. Make sure nothing is missing!

Materials needed:
500 g. of plain flour
200 g. of plain sugar
250 g. (1 stick) of butter
2 eggs
200 g. of chocolate or chocolate chips
100 g. of peanuts, hazelnuts, dried fruits... whatever will do
10 g. (1 little bag) of baking powder
Some vanilla extract

Tools needed:
A mixer with a mixing bowl
A weighing bowl
Any dishes to keep the flower and the sugar in
A spoon
Some baking paper
A pan to bake the cookies into

Step 2: Let the Game Begin

In this step you will start making the cookies.
Just cut the stick of butter in few smaller pieces, throw it in the mixing bowl and turn on the mixer.
Mix the butter for about 6-7 minutes.

Step 3: The Eggs

After about 6-7 minutes, turn off the mixer. Crack-open the 2 eggs and throw them too in the mixing bowl. Turn on your mixer again and let it mix the butter and the eggs for another 6-7 minutes.
You should get a homogenate mixture in the end.

Step 4: The Sugar

There is nothing to it! Just start adding the sugar in the mixing bowl along with the butter and the eggs slowly.
You might want to decrease the speed of the mixer, but make sure you turn it back up again.
Let it mix for another 6-7 minutes, or so. The mixture should be a bit foamy and smooth in the end.

Step 5: The Flour

After about 6-7 minutes, turn off your mixer.
Get the flour and pour roughly half of it in the mixing bowl. Mix the whole mixture a bit with a spoon. Then turn the mixer back on and let it mix for about 5 minutes. The mixture should be in the form of small pallets in the end.
Take of the bowl from the mixer and start moulding the dough with your pre-washed hands.
Mould it for a minute, or so, and add a pinch of vanilla extract. Continue with moulding and after 2-3 minutes, add the rest of the flour.
In the end, you should end up pretty much with just dough.

Step 6: The Bitts

Leave the dough for a minute and chop the peanuts (or whatever you are using) into smaller pieces. Add the peanuts to the dough and start moulding again.
Mould just enough to spread the peanuts evenly in the mixture.
Leave the dough once again and chop the chocolate in chips. If you have store-bought chocolate chips (like I didn't!), that is even better.
Add the chocolate to the dough and mould to spread the chips evenly in the dough.
You should end up with a pretty interesting looking mixture shown in a picture below.

Step 7: Baking, at Last

After you're finished moulding, you might want to leave the dough in the fridge for 30 minutes, but this isn't really necessary.
Lay the baking paper in your baking tray.
Start by taking some of the dough in your hands and making a ball, around 3 cm across. Then flatten the ball into a cookie shaped form. Don't worry if the shape isn't perfect cause that's what we're after! Put the cookies in the baking tray. Leave about 1-2 cm between the cookies so they won't stick together.
Bake in a pre-heated oven on 200 C, or 390 F for about 10-15 minutes. Take the cookies out of the oven just about they start to get darker in colour.

Step 8: Cookies

Here you are. Freshly baked delicious chocolate chip cookies.
Serve them with a glass of milk. Enjoy!

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    31 Discussions


    6 years ago on Introduction

    Really nice cookies, except that you forgot to type in to put the baking powder in! Good thing I noticed, though.


    8 years ago on Introduction

    did u know that if u add colored sprinkles to any chocolate chip cookie mix( inside the mix) it makes it taste sweeter


    8 years ago on Introduction

    Just made these and they are AWEsome!

    Only thing missing from the recipe though is when to add the baking powder. I did it in Step 6 when I added raisins instead of nuts.

    YUMMMMMMM!!! :)


    8 years ago on Step 3

    Hi, is there a lot of difference if I beat the eggs for 6 minutes compared to 1 or 2 minutes? My mom was insisting it doesn't have to be beaten so much. Just wondering =)


    9 years ago on Introduction

    could we use self-raising flour? Just to make the batch a little bit bigger?


    OMG THANK YOU THANK YOU! I made these cookies (69 of these babies!) and wow they are so good. I love you for this!


    10 years ago on Step 1

    the recipe here is worth trying but I added a secret ingredient to make the cookies moist and sweeter, rose water. try it you will love it

    2 replies

    10 years ago on Step 8

    lovely...*digs in and stuffs himself...*