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Chocolate Chip Cookies

Chocolate Chip Cookies

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I have been cooking too much Asian and Chinese food for the past few months. I almost forgot how I used to bake sweet treats such as blueberry muffins and chocolate lava cake, until I was recently reminded about the lack of bakes coming from the kitchen. It set me to remedy the situation right away, starting with these lovely chocolate chip cookies. I got the recipe from Women’s Weekly, one of my favourite cookbook series. It was a really easy recipe and I was successful at the first attempt. The original recipe called for 50g of coarsely chopped walnuts to be folded along with the chocolate chips, but I omitted that as we prefer our chocolate chip cookies without nuts.

Chocolate Chip Cookies

36 comments on “Chocolate Chip Cookies”

  1. can i use all caster sugar instead of half caster sugar half brown sugar? can i substitute choco chips with maybe walnut or cashew nuts or almond etc?

  2. Can replace plain flour with self raising flour?

  3. hi are these crispy or soft types? been looking for a recipe for the crispy / crunchy types

  4. Thumbs up for this post! With your posting, I managed to bake the cookies!

  5. Hello , may i ask what is tsp ?
    teaspoon or tablespoon ? ;D
    I love this recipe btw , easy to follow ;)

  6. Hi, can I ask if it is necessary to refrigerate the dough?

  7. Hi Noobcook,

    Is like to check w u if I can keep the cookie mixture inside the fridge and bring to my friend’s house to bake. My mini oven can only place 6 to 9 cookies. She has a bigger oven which can bake in one big batch. Is it advisable? Thanks for reading.

  8. Hi, can I use icing sugar instead of caster sugar? Also, is it possible to mix it without an electric mixer? Thanks!

    • Yes you can substitute. But not sure about not using an electric mixer. Basically you need to mix it by hand until you see the consistency of the batter you see in the photo.

  9. Always use this recipe for cookie making.. But I cheat by melting the butter first for easy mixing by hand.. The outcome is awesome, taste great and my hubby love them!

  10. Hi noobcook may I ask if I can just put only 75g of caster sugar becus I prefer low sugar cookies

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