Wednesday, 25 April 2012

The super secret chocolate cookie recipe

This one has been spreading around classrooms, halls and schoolyards for a few years now, filling the children's heads with dreams of sunny afternoons with chocolate smeared mouths and their eyes with anticipation. And I say to you that I was one of those kids and have been ever since for this recipe has made my life just a little bit better at the right time. This is nothing for the low-fat longing calory hunters among us, but even them can treat themselves to something, and why not to this little piece of chocolate-heaven? I decided to write this down and to finally publish it, but not without the consent of my source and author (who wants to stay unknown in fear of the cookie Mafia). Which makes me all the more proud to present it to you:

The super secret chocolate cookie recipe

We need:

200g white chocolate
2 eggs
3 cups of flour
1 cup of liquid butter
1 cup of unsweeten cocoa
1 cup of brown sugar
1 cup of white sugar
1/2 teaspoon of salt
1/2 teaspoon of backing powder

1. Put the butter into a cup of approximately this size and melt it in 
    the microwave (use a plate as lid)

2. Mix the brown and white sugar with the liquid butter in one
     bowl, add the eggs:

3. In a different bowl, mix cocoa, salt, backing powder and flour. Stir it with a spoon. Cut the
    chocolate into little chunks.

4. Put everything together (except the chocolate) and stir it. Then add the chocolate. On a baking tray
    prepared with baking paper make little piles of about 3cm diameter.

5. In a preheated oven bake the cookies at 180°C hot air for 9 minutes. Don't worry if they're not hard
   yet, they will be after cooling down (with a smooth core!). Voilà:

I hope you enjoy them as much as I do everytime I make them.

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