Sunday, 27 December 2015

Home-made Millies Cookies Recipe


Home-made Millies Cookies Recipe.

During the winter months i've found myself baking a lot more than usual and today was no exception, as i was attending a friends birthday i thought i would bake up some treats to take with me and cookies were my first thought.. milk chocolate super soft Millies style cookies!


Ingredients:

125 grams softened butter 
100 grams light brown sugar 
125 grams caster sugar 
1 egg lightly beaten
1 tsp vanilla extract (i forgot to add this and they still tasted amazing)
225 grams self raising flour 
1/2 tsp salt 
200 grams chocolate chips/chunks 


Method:

Preheat the oven to 180 degrees/gas mark 4.

Cream the butter and sugars, once combined add the egg and vanilla.



Sift in the flour and the salt and combine together, adding the chocolate chips/chunks along the way.


         


Roll into walbut size balls, for a more homemade look, or roll into a long, thick sausage shape and slice to make neater looking cookies, i placed 6 on each tray as cookies tend to expand when cooking so you need to allow for more room than expected. 


Cook for just 7 minutes till the cookies are just setting, they will look really doughy but this is fine they continue to set once out of the oven to become soft and delicious!




This recipe is so easy virtually anyone can make these delicious cookies, i packaged mine into little clear bags with handmade labels, they also keep for a long time too which is great as i made around 24 cookies with this batch so great if you can resist eating them all in one go ;)

I plan on making some more this week, im thinking white choc chip and some terrys chocolate orange ones too!

Do any of you have any reccomendations for what i could add to my cookies, let me know, and if you happen to make these yourself dont forget to tag me in your photos @frankieboox

Lots of love, Frankie Xx





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2 comments

  1. homemade is the best! these look simply scrumptious.

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