Few weeks ago I promised to bring some cookies to my language course’s class. It was hard to choose the kind of cookies to please everyone and so this recipe was one of five which I was considering. Have no fear though, it was a great choice, everyone liked them. Plus of this recipe is a very short preparation time and of course the taste! Chocoholics should be satisfied. Enjoy!
Ingredients for around 40 cookies:
125 g soft unsalted butter
160 g brown sugar (I had a white one so added 100 g)
1 tsp vanilla extract
185 g flour
1 tsp baking soda
¼ tsp baking powder
35 g cocoa
85 g chopped raisins
95 g chopped milk chocolate
75 g chopped white chocolate
75 g chopped dark chocolate
Mix soft butter, sugar, egg and an extract. Add all the dry ingredients and in the end raisins and chocolate. Mix it again.
Form little balls (the size of a walnut) and place it on the tray lined with a baking paper, slightly press with a spoon. Leave 5 cm space between the cookies, they will grow during baking,
Bake at 170 ºC around 10 minutes. Wait some time before taking them off the tray; they will be really delicate/soft.