- 120 grams salted butter (at room temperature)
- 75 grams light brown sugar
- 75 grams granulated sugar
- 1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract
- 1 egg
- 240 grams plain flour
- 1/2 teaspoon bicarbonate of soda
- 170 grams dark chocolate (roughly chopped)
- sea salt flakes (optional)
|Calories220Calories from Fat100|
|% DAILY VALUE|
|Calories from Fat100|
|% DAILY VALUE|
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
Ahmed 2 months ago
They were amazing! Really gooey and choclatey
Siobhan Parker 2 months ago
Didn’t chill but they turned out fine
Simone Riedel 4 months ago
Easy n' tasty 😍🤤 I made a double batch, fingers crossed that my guests will like them!
Hello 8 months ago
Easy to bake and just as tasty 👌
sarah w. a year ago
so easy to make. loved them.
Wiktor 2 years ago
Very well . It was great
Zachary P. 2 years ago
Delicious. Swapped-out dark for milk chocolate, just to make them a bit sweeter could do with some crunch, like macadamias
Mark 2 years ago
Chilled the dough overnight and baked for a drink with breakfast this morning. Perfect with the pinch of salt 👍🍪
Gina S. 2 years ago
Was a quick bake before a my niece's birthday party so didn't have time to chill for long but they still came out perfectly. Mine didn't spread out at all really so I suggest if you want flat cookies you make smaller sized balls to start with. Also 15 minutes make them just a bit over the chewy stage but still lovely! Absolutely will make again!
Jennifer Hodgson 2 years ago
great recipe. quick and easy to prepare and have come out right every time. I roll mine into a clingfilm wrapped sausage and leave to chill in the fridge then cut it into circles as I want to bake. Brilliant results!
Skinner 2 years ago
Don't roll them into balls. Make a sausage about 2" diameter, just over a foot long, and let it rest for 2 hours+ (or overnight). Then slice it into discs about half an inch thick, and bake. They'll rise up with a nice edge, will still be soft in the middle but nicely cooked with a crisp outside. They won't spread much, they'll be just the right size.
Nicola 2 years ago
I agree they are too fat did mine plain as one of my family don't like things too chocolaty and put chocolate buttons on top .The outside is nice any crunchy but the middle too cake like not chewy like i expected.Don't think I'll be making them again.
dafe4f0e-a023-496f-af34-454bf3fa57da 2 years ago
Used the recipe twice, it went very well both times. The only issue I had was that you have to chill the dough overnight -- cookies are an instant gratification kind of thing ya know
char. 2 years ago
The cookies came out too fat I thought the would flaten in the oven. They tasted ok however were not chewy enough. I would not make these again.
EYITEMI A. 3 years ago
Twas amazing.. Everyone loved the cookies. Definitely making more today. It's a recipe worth keeping
Belynda G. 3 years ago
AMAZING !!! I have been searching and trying all different kinds of recipe for the perfect cookie and this one is the closest to date !!! The taste is amazing and the crunch on it is perfect - about to bake some more now as the batch I made yesterday is already finished !!!!!! I just wish the inside could be abit chewy and than it would be bang on but not complaining at all I'm happy to keep this recipe as my go to !!