Wednesday, 23 March 2016

BAKING | MILK AND WHITE CHOCOLATE COOKIES


  
The moment I found out that Tanya Burr was releasing a book, I knew I had to have it. Within the incredible book lies a recipe section containing one of my favourite recipes of all time, the oh so famous signature cookie recipe. These cookies are super easy and quick to make and so perfect for movie nights in or sunny Saturday picnics. 

{Recipe taken from Love, Tanya book}


: you will need (based on ten cookies)

-200g butter
-300g caster sugar
-1 large egg
-325g self raising flour
- A dash of milk (optional)
-200g White Chocolate (I used Milkybar)
200g Milk Chocolate (I used Cadbury's)


: method

Pre-heat your oven to 200c and then start off by whisking the butter and sugar together until it's pale and creamy- make sure you butter is at room temp so it blends easily. 
Crack in the egg and mix it through. 
Gradually add the flour by putting in little amounts at a time and mix. 
The mixture should now resemble a dough, if it is too dry then add a dash of milk until it's the right consistency- if it becomes too runny, add a little more flour.  
Break up and add in the white and milk chocolate chunks- spread them through thoroughly as they will tend to clump together. 
Shape the mixture into ten balls with your hands and place onto a greaseproof paper lined tray- bake these for 10-12 minutes and NO longer.. 
It will seem like they aren't done yet but that's the point, it makes them gooey on the inside and crunchy on the outside YUM.


and there we go, my favourite recipe from the book! 

what is your favourite thing to bake?

Love, 
Dayna
xx

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  1. I have this book too and I've used that recipe tons of times! It really makes the best 'soft in the middle' cookies! Gorgeous blog xx Zahra

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