Friday, January 13, 2012

Crispy Chocolate Chip Cookies

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This year, I keep my cookies simple. Can’t effort to bake “fancy” cookies like last year… Well this chocolate chip cookies definitely easy! Just drop the cookie dough and bake ^-^


For those who looking for crispy cookies, this is the one. Once cool it harden and crunchy when bite. My kids like it very much.
 

Adapted and slightly modified from Wendy
Ingredientsyield about 145 pieces
(A)
250g unsalted butter (soften at room temp)
100g white sugar
100g brown sugar
 
(B)
2 tsp vanilla extract
2 eggs (room temp, lightly beaten with VE)

(C)
500g all-purpose flour
2 tsp baking powder
Pinch of salt
*sift and set aside
 
(D)
200g (or more) semi-sweet chocolate chips
 
 


Method:

1. Cream (A) until the mixture turns pale and fluffy.


2. Add egg mixture gradually, mix well after each addition.

3. Add in (C) in 2 batches and beat at low speed till just incorporated.Fold in (D) with a spatula.

4. Drop a teaspoon of the cookie dough onto lined baking tray (use 2 small spoons, one for scooping and another one for ‘pushing’). Leave some space between the cookies to allow spreading.

5. Bake in preheated oven at 180C for about 15 minutes.

6. Transfer to a wire rack to cool completely before keep in airtight container.










14 comments:

  1. Yes, these crunchy choco chip cookies will certainly be a favourite amongst the kids this New Year.

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  2. Oh you tried this, hahaha.
    Glad your boys loved this, your girl didn't eat this right? LOL.
    Long time I never made choc chip cookies. Today just made 2 cookies, one old one new recipe, but won't be posting, no time.
    Hey, I know you do come back for CNY, but will u be staying right up until the potluck?

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  3. Cheah,
    I'm glad you like it :)

    Wendy,
    Thanks for the invitation. I won't be able to attend the potluck as I only stay a week in hometown. You guys have fun!

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  4. Thanks again. Aries

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  5. Hi,

    Love crunchy cookies. May I know what is "VE" added to the eggs ?

    Regards,
    nicole

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  6. HI,
    the all-purpose flour got any suggestion? cause i really doesn't want to use which flour.. thanks.:)

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    1. Some call it plain flour. Can get from any grocery shop.

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  7. Can bicarbonate soda replace the baking powder?

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    1. Not encourage as baking soda will give unpleasant 'smell' once baked.Happy baking!

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  8. I just made this! But it was dry and it stayed in its shape when I rolled them into balls. Other than that it was nice!

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  9. It gave me great quinces, and the recipe that I am not happy, I am very grabs! thank you in advance
    I board a good recipe already dealt a site like this
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  10. This recipe use sugar? Not icing sugar that we usually use it for making cookies?

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